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The Oxford handbook of the history of communism /

Main Author: Smith, Stephen.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Oxford, UK : Oxford university press, 2014.
Series: Oxford handbooks
Subjects:
Table of Contents:
  • Towards a global history of communism / Stephen A. Smith
  • Part 1. Ideology. Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels on communism / Paresh Chattopadhyay
  • Lenin and Bolshevism / Lars T. Lih
  • Stalin and Stalinism / Kevin McDermott
  • Mao and Maoism / Timothy Cheek
  • Part 2. Global moments. 1919 / Jean-François Fayet
  • 1936 / Tim Rees
  • 1956 / Sergey Radchenko
  • 1968 / Maud Anne Bracke
  • 1989 / Matthias Middell
  • Part 3. Global communism. The Comintern / Alexander Vatlin and Stephen A. Smith
  • Communism in Eastern Europe / Pavel Kolář
  • Communism in China, 1900-2010 / Yang Kuisong and Stephen A. Smith
  • Communism in South East Asia / Anna Belogurova
  • Communism in Latin America / Mike Gonzalez
  • Communism in the Islamic world / Anne Alexander
  • Communism in Africa / Allison Drew
  • Part 4. Communist polities and economies. Political and economic relations between communist states / Balázs Szalontai
  • Averting Armageddon : the communist peace movement, 1948-1956 / Geoffrey Roberts
  • The cult of personality and symbolic politics / Daniel Leese
  • Communist revolution and political terror / Julia C. Strauss
  • Popular opinion under communist regimes / Sheila Fitzpatrick
  • Communism and economic modernization / Mark Harrison
  • Collectivization and famine / Felix Wemheuer
  • The politics of plenty : consumerism in communist societies / Paul Betts
  • Part 5. Communism and social relations. The life of a communist militant / Marco Albeltaro
  • Rural life / Jeremy Brown
  • Workers under communism : romance and reality / Tuong Vu
  • Communism and women / Donna Harsch
  • Privilege and inequality in communist society / Donald Filtzer
  • Nation-making and national conflict under communism / Adrienne Lynn Edgar
  • Part 6. Communism and culture. Cultural revolution / Richard King
  • Communism and the artistic intelligentsia / Mark Gamsa
  • Popular culture / Dean Vuletic
  • Religion under communism / Richard Madse