1917 Russian Revolution Centenary Virtual Special Issue Revolutionary Russia

Revolutionary Russia

This Virtual Special Issue brings together a selection of articles from Revolutionary Russia to commemorate the centenary of the momentous events in Russia over the course of 1917. It was a year that witnessed the demise of autocracy, popular revolution, the spread of democracy, and the rise of revolutionary socialism that would shape Russia, Europe and the international system for the rest of the twentieth century and beyond. The range of articles carefully curated by the editors of the Revolutionary Russia go as far back as 1988 and the start of the Journal. 

Related Articles from Europe-Asia Studies

The following four articles were published in the recent Europe-Asia Studies special issue ‘Against The Grain: Essays in Honour of Geoffrey Swain’. The articles in this issue have been made free to access until 31st May 2017.