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Cinephile, history fan, and one-time Muscovite Ally Pitts explores contemporary and Soviet-era Russian language cinema one film at a time! The show combines interviews and movie discussion, and features expert guests including authors, journalists, stand-up comedians, and indie podcasters. From time to time, it also tackles Hollywood’s attempts to bring aspects of Russian culture, literature, and history to the Silver Screen.
 
The long requested Communist Book Club has been launched! Join us for an intellectual and human view on communism and the legacy of the Soviet Union. As of 2022, the show now focuses on mobilizing the American left while building solidarity among global comrades. Though I describe myself as a Marxist-Leninist, I have much to learn. Please share freely with the show. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kyles-communist-book-club/support
 
A conference to share as much practical and methodological information as possible to give all new researchers in the history of former Soviet States a head start so they could avoid getting bogged down in administrative or organisational difficulties. The conference had a strong interdisciplinary focus, incorporating talks on History, Film, Theatre, Visual Art, Literature, Language, Music, Cultural Studies and Memory.
 
April 1919. Tanks on the streets of Limerick. Workers on strike. A soviet declared. The workers control prices and produce food. They even have their own police force and money. Listen to this amazing true story of popular revolt, betrayal, and a city that defied an empire. Hosted by Cian Prendiville & Aprille Scully. Cian and Aprille are socialist activists in Limerick, and members of RISE. A former city councillor, Cian lead the anti-water charges movement in Limerick. Aprille is a sociali ...
 
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Hello Comrades, today's episode was fun to record. I hope you'll enjoy the podcast. We're discussing the war in Ukraine from a Marxists-Leninist perspective. TL;DL - This is an imperialist, capitalist proxy war led by two capitalist empires: The Russian Federation and the United States (NATO). We, the working peoples of the world are cannon fodder …
 
Comrades, join me for a discussion about interacting with your fellow communists online. In this episode, I outline some spiteful takes by other "comrades." It seems I am not the only one tired of hearing the word "Fed" or "Op" tossed around. A few communist Instagram posters mentioned this today as well. So let's talk about treating your comrades …
 
What an embarrassing week for Americans. Parents killed at the 4th of July parades, Nazi setting off bombs, and Biden saying "more women need to vote!!" Join the Revelator Pioneer Program Learn more: https://revelatornetwork.com/pioneers Subscribe: https://ko-fi.com/kyleparanormal Follow on Instagram: Kyleparanormal (most active - lots of communism…
 
We highly recommend you check out this history podcast series centering on Teddy Roe, an American who visited the Soviet Union in 1968. Visit the Teddy Goes to the USSR website, or find the show wherever you get your podcasts.Ally Pitts による
 
Hello everyone. Today's recording was made live on Twitch. The episode is cut down as much as possible to provide easy listening. I hope you'll enjoy and consider joining us on Discord and Twitch! Join the Revelator Pioneer Program Learn more: https://revelatornetwork.com/pioneers Subscribe: https://ko-fi.com/kyleparanormal Follow on Instagram: Kyl…
 
Welcome to the second installment of season two. Today we're talking about local networks and the opposition we face. Join our Discord! Beau of the Fifth Column: Let's talk about community networking 101.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZJuWScu3qQ&feature=youtu.be Join the Revelator Pioneer Program Learn more: https://revelatornetwork.com/pione…
 
We're back after a long hiatus, a war, and the world spiraling into oblivion! So get ready for more communist agitprop. I changed the show's format as previous episodes got flagged for their sound clips. Join the Revelator Pioneer Program Learn more: https://revelatornetwork.com/pioneers Subscribe: https://ko-fi.com/kyleparanormal Follow on Instagr…
 
On this episode we have a wide ranging conversation with the illustrious historian Candan Badem who his an expert on the South Caucasus and in particular the borderlands between the Ottoman Empire and Imperial Russia in the 19th and early 20th centuries prior to the Russian Revolution. He has written on The Ottoman Empire in the Crimean War of the …
 
durée : 00:54:12 - Poutine, le tsar soviétique - par : Philippe Collin - Philippe Collin vous propose d'analyser comment Vladimir Poutine entretient déjà très jeune la nostalgie d'une Russie puissante, fantasmée par laquelle il cimente toujours aujourd'hui la société russe. Avec à l'appui, un récit de l'histoire réarrangé pour justifier ses actuels…
 
durée : 00:54:02 - Poutine, le tsar soviétique - par : Philippe Collin - Philippe Collin retrace la carrière d'espion de Vladimir Poutine au KGB. L'agent y cultive déjà un grand mépris des principes de Liberté. Un parcours qui conforte ses convictions autoritaristes et sa volonté de réaffirmer l'Etat russe pendant la chute de l'URSS qu'il vit comme…
 
durée : 00:54:08 - Poutine, le tsar soviétique - par : Philippe Collin - Dans la Russie convalescente des années 1990, Philippe Collin décortique la folle et discrète ascension de Vladimir Poutine, depuis la mairie de Saint-Pétersbourg à l'intérim de la présidence russe, en passant par sa nomination en tant que Premier ministre de Boris Eltsine. - …
 
durée : 00:54:15 - Poutine, le tsar soviétique - par : Philippe Collin - Une fois élu président de la fédération russe, Vladimir Poutine rompt avec l'héritage désastreux des années 1990 et de Boris Eltsine. Découvrez comment il met en place son règne autocratique, comment il centralise l'exercice du pouvoir pour restaurer la grandeur de l'Etat russ…
 
durée : 00:54:21 - Poutine, le tsar soviétique - par : Jean-Philippe Collin - Dans cet ultime épisode, Philippe Collin raconte comment, depuis sa réélection en 2012, Vladimir Poutine rêve d'aller au bout de sa vieille ambition, celle qui l'anime depuis si longtemps : le combat pour la Russie éternelle contre l'Occident décadent. Une guerre de civil…
 
Jenny Shelton from the RSPB discusses this historical drama from Yakutia with host Ally Pitts. The film centres around an elderly couple whose grueling but predictable life in rural Siberia in the 1930s is a disrupted by the arrival of mysterious bird of prey. Episode Sponsor: You can watch The Lord Eagle, along with many other films from Eastern E…
 
Anastas Mikoyan was an incredible figure. An Armenian old Bolshevik whose career spanned decades all the way from active involvement in the Baku Commune of 1918 to playing a central role in the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962. Mikoyan's role as First Deputy Premier under Khrushchev and architect of de-Stalinization and thaw-era nationality policies me…
 
Podchaser.com is donating $0.25 to support World Central Kitchen's #ChefsForUkraine for every podcast review on their site from now until the end of April 2022. Russophiles Unite's Podchaser page. The Eastern Border's Podchaser page. More about Podchaser's #Reviews4Good campaign. Here's Podchaser's FAQ about #Reviews4Good. Contact Us: Twitter: @Rus…
 
On today's episode we welcome Samuel Moyn, professor of Law and History at Yale, to discuss the political history of human rights and in particular how this relates to the Cold War, Soviet collapse, and neoliberalism as a politics in the post-Cold War era. Here's an article by Samuel Moyn based on his book Not Enough: Human Rights in an Unequal Wor…
 
On this episode, we have a discussion with political geographer Dr. Gerard Toal about the 2008 August War that embroiled Georgia, Russia and South Ossetia in conflict, along with the contingencies and background that led to the fighting and what this event can tell us or not tell us about Russia's 2022 invasion of Ukraine. Dr. Toal wrote a book in …
 
Petrov's Flu film screening times: https://www.odeon.co.uk/films/petrovs-flu/HO00002609/ Petrov's Flu + Q&A with Kirill Serebrennikov film screening times:: https://www.odeon.co.uk/films/petrovs-flu--qa/HO00002626/Ally Pitts による
 
In this interview with French political scientist Laure Neumayer, we discuss how a particular form of anti-communist memory politics were mobilized and utilized by "memory entrepreneurs" in Europe following the Cold War. A particular interpretation of the socialist past was put up against official European memory of the 20th century as the EU enlar…
 
In this episode we sit down with anthropologist Erin Koch to have a conversation about the shifts in medical practices, treatments as well as epidemic management from the Soviet period to Post-Soviet period in Georgia through a discussion of her 2013 book Free Market Tuberculosis: Managing Epidemics in Post-Soviet Georgia. The shift to a market eco…
 
Lyn Seren joins Ally Pitts once again, this time to discuss this surreal Canadian spoof of early Soviet film. Some Ways You Can Support the Show: First of all, please subscribe on your podcatcher of choice, if you haven't already! Try out MUBI for free for 30 days with our referral link, www.mubi.com/russophiles If you're listening from the UK, you…
 
One of the Soviet Union's most well known directors Mikhail Kalatozov was born as Mikhail Kalatoziashvili in Tiflis in 1903. Before releasing his more famous works such as Soy Cuba (1964) and The Cranes Are Flying (1957), or winning an award at the 1958 Cannes Film Festival, he along with Nutsa Gogoberidze (Soviet Georgia's first female director) c…
 
Carrie & Ally Pitts discuss a Khrushchev Thaw-era musical satirical comedy from the director of Soviet New Year staple The Irony of Fate, or Enjoy Your Bath!. Some Ways You Can Support the Show: First of all, please subscribe on your podcatcher of choice, if you haven't already! If you're listening from the UK, you can pick up a book from our uk.bo…
 
Film historian and Hamo Bek-Nazarov Project co-founder Daniel Bird joins Ally Pitts to discuss this astonishing debut feature by the late Armenian-Russian director Maria Saakyan. To celebrate the release of the new restoration the film on region-free Blu-ray, Second Run are offering 10% off the list price of The Lighthouse and/or any other Blu-ray …
 
On today's episode we sit down with prolific historian Dr. Gerald Horne to discuss the intimate political relationship in the 20th century between the Soviet Union, the Communist Party of the USA and Black political struggle in the United States. We discuss a number of topics including African American Marxists such as Paul Robeson - who Dr. Horne …
 
Kristen Ghodsee and Mitchell Orenstein have recently released a new book entitled "Taking Stock of Shock: The Social Consequences of the 1989 Revolutions" - this week we have both authors on as guests to discuss their new book, their methodological process, how to make sense of the social consequences of socialist collapse and how it relates to Geo…
 
In this episode we sit down with Tbilisi-based researcher and lecturer Archil Sikharulidze, who specializes in securitization, Georgia-Russia relations and more, to discuss the hurdles that dominant forms of nationalism pose to doing research on critical yet politically sensitive topics in Georgia. His most recent article here on Georgian identity …
 
On today’s show we welcome Anastasia Shesterinina to discuss her excellent new book Mobilizing in Uncertainty: Collective Identities and War in Abkhazia which, using hundreds interviews and extensive field research, explains how and why Abkhaz did or did not mobilize to fight in the war with Georgia in the early 1990s, and how to many Abkhaz as the…
 
Our guests for today's episode are author, educator and journalist Vijay Prashad as well as world literature professor and author Ian Almond. With Vijay Prashad, we discuss the basic idea of one of his recent books Red Star Over the Third World (2019, Pluto Press) - how the 1917 Russian Revolution and then the seventy year existence of the Soviet U…
 
The Lighthouse [AKA Mayak] (Maria Saakyan; 2006) Blu-ray Giveaway on Twitter A new restoration of Maria Saakyan’s stunning film The Lighthouse AKA Mayak is out on Blu-ray on 27th September 2021! To celebrate, we've teamed up with Second Run to give away 2 copies of the Blu-ray. To enter: 1) Follow @RussophilesU & @SecondRunDVD on Twitter. 2) Retwee…
 
We discuss the book Familiar Strangers: The Georgian Diaspora and the Evolution of Soviet Empire with the author Erik Scott and much more. In the book, Scott discusses the unique opportunities Soviet Georgians were afforded due to their position within Soviet society as a coherent, institutionalized nationality. Unlike other histories that touch on…
 
In this ninth episode, we cover Kazakhstan – the biggest land-locked country in the world. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), Tom King and Kristina Tsabala, talk about the current, historical, and cultural affairs of the Central Asian giant while sampling some Kazakh pelmeni (dumplings). Find out more and v…
 
Ally Pitts and Lyn Seren are hosting podcast where they discuss the music of alternative rock legends R.E.M. one track at a time. It's called Gentlemen Don't Get Caught, and we think you should listen to it! You can find the show at this link.Ally Pitts & Lyn Seren による
 
On today’s episode, we sat down with Georgia based writer and researcher Katie Sartania. In April of this year, Katie wrote an excellent article entitled “Struggle and Sacrifice: Narratives of Georgia’s Modern History” which critically interrogates the role of Georgian nationalism and independence in the post-Soviet period, and how narratives of in…
 
In the eight episode, we turn our attention to Uzbekistan. In this handy primer, MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), James Bolton-Jones and Sophia Burna-Asefi, introduce you to some basic facts about Uzbekistan followed by a discussion of its history, culture, and current affairs, all while enjoying some del…
 
In this seventh episode, we look at Latvia, the final of the Baltic countries to be covered in this series. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES), Natalie Sauer and Tom King, discuss quirky Latvian idioms, battles for independence, and contemporary economic and environmental optimism in the region – all whilst …
 
Welcome to the Post-Soviet Press Pod’s "10 Minutes on…" series, which condenses the key information you need to know about each of the 15 countries of the former USSR into a bitesize 10 minutes. In this sixth episode, we look at Lithuania – a country at the geographical centre of Europe. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East European S…
 
Welcome to the Post-Soviet Press Pod’s "10 Minutes on…" series, which condenses the key information you need to know about each of the 15 countries of the former USSR into a bitesize 10 minutes. In this fifth episode, we cover Estonia: a North-East European country with a strong national identity. MA students at the UCL School of Slavonic and East …
 
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