From Friday April 30 to Monday May 3 we will holding our first Spring CU. The special theme of this school is ‘Coups, putsches and revolutions’.
Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, this event will be held online via Zoom.
More information – such as the zoom registration links and the full list of speakers – will be available soon. For the latest updates, follow our Facebook page here
‘Coups, putsches and revolutions’
Friday April 30 – Monday May 3
7pm: Mussolini’s March on Rome – glorious myth and sordid reality
Speaker: David Broder
10am: Hitler’s beer hall putsch – a dress rehearsal for 1933?
Speaker: Kevin Bean
2pm: How the August 1917 Kornilov coup was defeated
Speaker: Lars T. Lih
6pm: Left responses to the events of January 6
Speaker: Alexander Gallus
10am: The August 1953 coup against Mohamad Mossadegh: the CIA’s first Middle East coup
Speaker: Yassamine Mather
2pm: Turkey 1981 – the nature and significance of the generals’ coup
Speaker: Esen Uslu
7pm: The Egyptian coup détat of 3 July 2013
Speaker: Joel Beinin
10am: Louis Bonaparte’s 1851 self-coup: the army, universal suffrage and referenda
Speaker: Mike Macnair
2pm: The nature and global significance of January 6
Speaker: Daniel Lazare
(Timetable may be subject to changes in the future – follow our Facebook page to stay updated)