War Memory, Militarism, and National Identity in Late Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine

On March 31, 2014, Karen Petrone, Professor and Chair of the History Department at the University of Kentucky, delivered a lecture at Miami on war, memory, and identity in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine.  Her talk built on her recent, award-winning book, The Great War in Russian Memory, and explored the reasons why she became interested in Soviet history as well as the ways that memory studies have developed in the field.  You can listen to the lecture here:


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