How Does Russia’s Authoritarian Government Celebrate A Revolution? It Doesn’t, And Thinking of Race As A Social Construct
On today’s show:
- Cynthia Hooper, associate professor of history and director of Russian and Eastern European studies at College of the Holy Cross, explains how until recently, the anniversary of the 1917 revolution that laid the groundwork for the Soviet Union was a national holiday in Russia.
- Howard Winant, co-author of Racial Formation in the United States and a professor of sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, discusses how critical race theory can be applied to our era of heightened racial awareness.