Faculty Honors: Stephen Jones

Professor of Russian Studies Stephen Jones

Stephen Jones, professor of Russian studies, gave two lectures at Oxford University (St Antony's College) this fall. Jones spoke on “Marxism, Nationalism, and Intervention: Georgia and the Russian Revolution, 1918-21,” and “Recurring Patterns in Georgian Politics.” 

He was interviewed by the BBC World Service (World Business Report) on the Georgian presidential elections, which took place on October 28. His introduction to “A Georgian Peasant Social Democratic Republic,” by Karl Kautsky (Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Tbilisi 2018, Georgian edition) was published in October.

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