This class explores daily life and cultural developments in the Soviet Union, 1917 to 1999. Focusing on the everyday experience of Soviet citizens during these years, students learn about the effects of large-scale social and political transformation on the private lives of people. To explore daily life in the Soviet Union, this class uses a variety of sources and media, including scholarly analysis, contemporaneous portrayals, literary representations, and films. Students will receive a foundation in Soviet political, social, and cultural history with deeper insights into select aspects of life in Soviet society.
Course Attributes: EN HBU HumBU ISAS HUMAS LCDAS SD IFA HUMAR HUM
Section 01Socialist and Secular? A Social History of the Soviet Union
INSTRUCTOR: WalkeView Course Listing