Beauregard-King Emeriti Lecture: The Russian Revolution Centennial
Tuesday, February 21
Time: 7 p.m. — 8:30 p.m.
Location: Sears Recital Hall, Jesse Philips Humanities Center
Tags: Arts and Sciences, Social Sciences, History
The department of history hosts the Beauregard-King Emeriti Lecture each year in honor of its distinguished emeritus faculty, the late Erving Beauregard and Edwin (Sandy) King. This year’s lecture addresses the hundredth anniversary of one of the defining moments of the twentieth century, the Russian Revolution.
The lecture entitled “Bread, Equality or Justice? Women as Participants in the Russian Revolution” is presented by Dr. Adele Lindenmeyr, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Professor of History at Villanova University. She holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University and is an internationally recognized scholar on the history of women and charitable organizations in the Russian empire. Dr. Lindenmeyr is a lead member of the editorial team for Russia’s Home Front: The Experience of War and Revolution, published by Slavica Press, part of the international, multi-volume series Russia’s Great War and Revolution.
Contact Information:Name: Department of History