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    Call for papers - History

    National Liberation, World Revolution: Anti-Colonial Networks and the Origins of Global Communism, 1914-24

    The end of the First World War and the Russian Revolution inaugurated a period of unprecedented global effervescence. Europe has often been regarded as the epicentre of these agitations and the Moscow-centred international communist movement as their protagonist. However, the upheavals of these years galvanised a variety of actors, including anti-colonialists and anarchists, as well as activists linked to the Communist International but who retained significant ideological and political autonomy. This was especially true in the pre-Stalinist period. Unrest spread to the Americas, Africa, and Asia too, where nationalism intersected in complex ways with class conflict. This conference seeks to map this complexity and its long-term significance, with special focus on non-European places and actors. 

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