Autumn schedule

Blogging has been light since my return from Moscow as I not only have classes to teach and a book to write, but I also have to prepare for a bunch of talks and conferences to which I have (over-)committed myself during the next couple of months. Here are the details:

29 September – I’ll be giving a talk entitled ‘Russia and Ukraine’ at the annual symposium of the Canadian Association of Security and Intelligence Studies in Ottawa. Details here.

19 October – I’ll be participating in a roundtable on the subject of the Russian Revolution at McGill University, 3.30-5.30 pm.

25-27 October – Conference, University of Victoria, BC, on subject of ‘1917 and Today: Putin, Russia, and the Legacy of Revolution.’ My presentation will be on the subject, ‘Revolution, Emigration, and Post-communist Russia.’ Details here.

31 October – Group of 78 luncheon talk, Ottawa. I’ll be speaking on the topic ‘Do we still need NATO?’

9/10 November – I’ll be in Cobourg, Ontario, to give a lecture and run a seminar as part of the Northumberland Learning Connection program on ‘Russia 2017: 100 Years after the Revolution’. Details here.

16-18 November – Finally, it’s off to Ditchley Park, England, for a conference on ‘Russia’s Role in the World, Today and Tomorrow.’

I’ll try to fit some blogging in amongst all that.

4 thoughts on “Autumn schedule”

  1. Many of your general articles deserve a wider readership. At the risk of telling you how to suck eggs, do you ever offer them to the main stream media, especially outside Canada. Who knows, one or two Australian papers might be interested.

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    1. Click on where it says ‘Op-eds’ on the menu bar at the top of this page, and you’ll get a load of op-eds I have written in newspapers and political magazines. I used to do a lot of it, but have largely given up, because a) it was getting harder to publish the kind of stuff I wanted to say, and b) the newspapers in Canada, where I live, stopped paying even the pittance they had previously provided. I have therefore decided for now to focus on the internet.

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