The following 4 experts are listed against your chosen search criteria of:
Dr Jonathan Smele
My research interests focus on late-imperial Russian and early Soviet history, with a particular emphasis on the revolutionary period (roughly 1881-1932). My recent and forthcoming publications have explored the multifaceted and multinational nature of the conflicts that wrecked the Russian Empire and helped form the Soviet Union in the period 1916 to 1926, placing them within the context of the global upheavals engendered by the First World War.
Prof Brigitte Granville
My research interests include French politics and economics, Russian development economics, access to essential medicines in poor countries, trade issues and fair trade.
Prof Andreas Schonle
My research is broadly concerned with Russian and comparative literature in the years 1790-1890, as well as literary and cultural theory. My particular interests include the semiotic fashioning of space (gardens, cities, travels), the perception of ruins, and cultural constructions of time.
Dr Jeremy Hicks
My research is broadly concerned with Russian culture, and more specifically the Leninist and Stalinist eras. this includes Soviet literature and cinema, satirical press and the works of Zoshchenko.