Geschichte Osteuropas und Südosteuropas




Viacheslav Morozov (Tartu)

Class and Empire: A Neglected Dimension of the Post-Soviet Crisis

22.11.2023 17:15 Uhr – 18:45 Uhr

Historicum Room K001, Schellingstr. 12, Munich

Colloquium "Europe's History of the Present: Universalism and Particularism"

The KFG colloquium continues with its next session on Wednesday, November 22nd, with a lecture by Senior Fellow Viacheslav Morozov on "Class and Empire: A Neglected Dimension of the Post-Soviet Crisis".

Viacheslav Morozov is professor of international political theory at the University of Tartu, Estonia, and academic director of the UT’s Centre for Eurasian and Russian Studies. His research interests include poststructuralist approaches in international relations, postcolonial theory and critique, ideology and discourses in Russia, and comparative aspects of post-socialist social, cultural, and economic development. He is the author of Russia’s Postcolonial Identity: A Subaltern Empire in a Eurocentric World (2015) and the editor of the Russian translation of Dipesh Chakrabarty’s Provincializing Europe (2021). His articles have appeared in International Theory, International Relations, Journal of International Relations and Development, and Cooperation and Conflict, among others.

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