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Stalin and Myself: On Writing History and Writing Memoirs

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Sheila Fitzpatrick is professor of history at the University of Sydney, professor emerita at the University of Chicago, and the author of many books on the Soviet Union, including The Russian Revolution, Everyday Stalinism, Tear Off the Masks!, and a memoir of Moscow in the 1960s, A Spy in the Archives. Professor Fitzpatrick – one of the world’s foremost scholars of the Stalinist period – will be inaugurating the 2015-16 CamCREES seminar series with a free public lecture entitled ‘Stalin and Myself: On Writing History and Writing Memoirs’. Don’t miss this special event, which will also serve as our annual Networking Reception.

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