16:30-18:15, December 6
Venue: Room 403, Slavic-Eurasian Research Center (SRC), Hokkaido University, Sapporo

Pre-symposium Workshop

Wars and Transformation of Social Order:

Russia’s Conquest of Central Asia and the Caucasus

 

Hideyuki Naganuma (JSPS/Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan)
Kenesary Revolt and its Consequences, 1837-1868: Reconfiguration of Kazakh Society and Russian Rule

 

Junko Nosaka Sahara (Bilkent University, Turkey)
“Divide and Conquer” in the North Caucasus under the Imperial Russian Rule, 1850s-1860s

 

Azim Malikov (Institute of History, Academy of Science of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan)
“Holy Groups” in Samarkand Province: Social and Cultural Transformations, 1868-1917

 

Chair: Akira Ueda (JSPS/SRC)

 

Slavic-Eurasian Research Center 2017 Winter International Symposium

The Russian Revolution in the Long Twentieth Century

SRC2017冬期国際シンポジウム

December 7–8, 2017

Venue: Room 403, Slavic-Eurasian Research Center (SRC), Hokkaido University, Sapporo

Language: English
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 Program

 
 December 7
Opening Remarks 9:50-
   
1. A Chain of Constitutional Revolutions in Eurasia 10:00-12:00
 

Houri BERBERIAN (University of California, Irvine, USA)
Bound by Revolution: The Caucasus, Iran, Ottoman Anatolia, and Armenians

Nobuyoshi FUJINAMI (Tsuda University, Japan)
Constitutions In-Between: Crete, from the Ottoman Privileges to a Greek State

David BROPHY (University of Sydney, Australia) 
Containing the Crisis: Xinhai, the World War, and the Western Response to “Pan-Turkism” among the Muslims of China

Discussant: Takayuki YOSHIMURA (Waseda University, Japan)
Chair: Taro TSURUMI (University of Tokyo, Japan)
 
Lunch Time 12:00-13:15
 
2. The Soviets’ Place in the Interwar World Order 13:15-15:15
 

Samuel J. HIRST (Bilkent University, Turkey)
Soviet Oil for Turkish Oranges: Anti-Imperialism, Bilateral Trade, and National Development

Norihiro NAGANAWA (SRC)
Making an Anti-Imperialist Empire: Soviets’ Entanglements with Central Asia, Iran, and the Red Sea in the 1920s

William J. CHASE (University of Pittsburgh, USA)
The Opportunities and Challenges of the Popular Front, Anti-fascism and ‘Bourgeois Democratic’ Revolutions: The Comintern in Spain and Mexico, 1935-1940

Discussant: David WOLFF (SRC)
Chair: Shinichiro TABATA (SRC)
 
Coffee Break 15:15-15:30
 
3. Middle Grounds between Communism and Capitalism 15:30-17:30
 

Ichiro MAEKAWA (Soka University, Japan)
Cold War and Decolonization: British Response to Extension of the East in Africa in the 1960s

Kamran Asdar ALI (University of Texas, Austin, USA/Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan)
Towards a People’s Literature: Soviet Cultural Politics and the Progressive Writers Movement in South Asia

Zbigniew WOJNOWSKI (Nazarbaev University, Kazakhstan)
Pop Music from Stagnation to Perestroika: How Economic Reform Broke East European Cultural Networks and Why That’s a Good Thing

Discussant: Jun FUJISAWA (Kobe University, Japan)
Chair: Tetsuo MOCHIZUKI (Hokkaido University, Japan)
 
Reception 18:00-
 
  December 8
Special Presentation 10:00-10:30
 

Tomohiko UYAMA (SRC)
Research Trends in Japan on the Russian Revolution and the Soviet Union from the Perspective of Imperial History

   
4. 1917: Petrograd, Borderlands, and International Environment 10:30-12:30

Yoshiro IKEDA (University of Tokyo, Japan)
The Crisis of Representation of the Sovereign in the Russian Revolution

Peter HOLQUIST (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
Occupation as Revolution: 1917 in Territories Occupied by the Russian Army (Eastern Anatolia and Austrian Galicia)

Sean MCMEEKIN (Bard College, USA)
The Russian Revolution and the War, 1917-1918

Discussant: Tetsuya SAHARA (Meiji University, Japan)
Chair: Nobuya HASHIMOTO (Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan)
 
Lunch Time 12:30-13:45
5. State-Building amid Civil Wars and Interventions 13:45-15:45
 

Aminat CHOKOBAEVA (Australian National University, Australia)
A Broken Trough: Civil War in Semirechye, 1916-1921 

Oliver BAST (Université Paris III - Sorbonne Nouvelle, France)
Grand Designs and Unintended Consequences: An Attempt at Gauging the Impact of the October Revolution on Iran

Yaroslav SHULATOV (Kobe University, Japan)
Transition from Imperial to Soviet: Russia’s Policy Towards Japan after the Revolution

Discussant: Tomohiko UYAMA (SRC)
Chair: Hisao KOMATSU (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan)
Coffee Break 15:45-16:00
6. Revolution Unfinished? 16:00-18:00
 

Nikolay MITROKHIN (Bremen University, Germany)
Another Restart of the Unfinished Civil War: Ideological Groupings among the Soviet Elite and Their Family Connections, 1960s to 1970s

Anna SOKOLOVA (Institute for Ethnology and anthropology, Russian academy of sciences, Russia)
TBA

Juliane FÜRST (University of Bristol, England, UK)
Boomerang Revolution: How Hippies and Their Likes Brought Revolutionary Ideas Back Home

Discussant: Yasuhiro MATSUI (Kyushu University, Japan)
Chair: Sanami TAKAHASHI (SRC)
 

 



Organizing Committee:
Norihiro NAGANAWA, Tomohiko UYAMA, Sanami TAKAHASHI, Haruka KIKUTA

 

 

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