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Historian Faith Hillis examines the evolution of Russian émigré communities in Europe and their pivotal role in the Russian Revolution. For recommended reading, event details, and more, visit https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2021/11/03/faithhillis-mikeduncan
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The 1917 Russian Revolution marked the dawn of a new day in Russian politics, but it also represented the continuation of decades-long conversations that began during emigration and were exported back to Russia. In Utopia’s Discontents, Faith Hillis explores how Russian émigré communities developed into revolutionary social experiments in the heart of bourgeois cities like London and Paris, and how their efforts to transform the world played crucial roles in socialism, liberalism, anarchism, and Zionism across borders.
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