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Hearing Communism: Part Two

Part two of Hearing Communism—five short audio pieces by students in my International Communism undergraduate research seminar at the University of Pittsburgh.

Hearing Communism: Part One


Part one of Hearing Communism—five short audio pieces by students in my International Communism undergraduate research seminar at the University of Pittsburgh.

Georgian Diaspora and the Soviet Empire

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Guest:

Erik Scott is an Associate professor of history at the University of Kansas who specializes in Modern Russia, comparative empires, migration and diasporas. He is the author of several publications on contemporary Russia and Eurasia. His most recent book is Familiar Strangers: The Georgian Diaspora and the Evolution of Soviet Empire published by Oxford University Press.

Music:

Blackalicious, “Blazing Arrow,” Blazing Arrow, 2002.