The Russian Revolution is truly inspirational. We should certainly celebrate, study and, above all, learn from it, says MARY DAVIS
Thursday 15th Jun 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
Curator DR EKATERINA ROGATCHEVSKAI gives a guided tour of the new exhibition marking the centenary of the Russian revolution at the British Library
Saturday 13th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Arts
NICK WRIGHT recommends an exhibition on the creative vision of architects following the 1917 Russian revolution
Thursday 30th Mar 2017
The Dilemmas of Lenin
by Tariq Ali (Verso, £16.99)
HOW long is Lenin’s shadow?
A lot of ink will be spilt, seminars convened, papers published and declarations issued on the question in this, the centenary year of the...
Monday 27th Mar 2017
CHRISTINE LINDEY takes issue with the reactionary agenda of an exhibition of marvellous Russian revolutionary art
Saturday 11th Mar 2017
Women were truly the ‘midwives of the revolution’ – they were present at the birth and were crucial in the final stages of delivery, says MARY DAVIS
Wednesday 8th Mar 2017
In this extract from his book A People’s History of the Russian Revolution, Neil Faulkner explains the significance of February 23, 1917 in the overthrow of the tsarist regime
Monday 6th Mar 2017
MARK PERRYMAN asks: What kind of centenary celebration does 1917 deserve?
Monday 13th Feb 2017
BEN CHACKO finds this book on events in 1917 flawed – but its stress on the revolution’s democratic nature is welcome
Monday 30th Jan 2017
Lenin’s Moscow by Alfred Rosmer (Haymarket Books, £16.99)
WRITTEN by French revolutionary syndicalist Alfred Rosmer, this is a fascinating first-hand account of the immediate aftermath of the Russian Revolution.
Rosmer became a communist after the...
Monday 9th Jan 2017