Internal Migration

I'm starting to put together material for a new article and was hoping that some of you might be able to help. I was thinking back to Eastern Europe in the 1970s, recalling what might be called internal migration. It was the habit of small groups of tightly bonded friends to retreat in their free time into different kinds of fantasy worlds as a way of coping with the stresses of life under communism. In Bulgaria and Czechoslovakia that I was most familiar with it was quite a marked pattern.

Willard Sunderland, 4 conferences on 28 May, 29 May, 11 June & 15 June 2018, EHESS, Paris

EHESS (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales) is pleased to welcome Dr. Willard Sunderland,  Henry R. Winkler Professor of Modern History (University of Cincinnati), author of The Baron's Cloak: A History of the Russian Empire in War and Revolution (Cornell University Press, 2014), who will speak in four seminars during the months of May and June:

ToC Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas – East European History, vol. 66 (2018), issue 1

Vol. 66 (2018), issue 1

Stefan Guth, Fabian Lüscher: Nuclear Technopolitics in the Soviet Union and Beyond – An Introduction, pp. 3-19

Fabian Lüscher: The Nuclear Spirit of Geneva: Boundary-Crossing Relationships of Soviet Atomic Scientists after 1955, pp. 20-44


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