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Christine Evans

Assistant Professor
 (414) 229-5722
 Holton Hall 391

Degree(s)

PhD, History, University of California, Berkeley, 2010
MA, History, University of California, Berkeley, 2004
BA, English and International Studies, Yale University, 2000

Research Interests

Modern Russia and Eurasia
History and theory of mass communications
Socialist cultures in comparative perspective
Play, leisure, and consumption

Teaching Areas

Russian society and politics
Soviet and post-Soviet cultures
Russia and Central Asia
The role of mass media in social and political change

Courses Offered

Hist 293 – Seminar on Historical Method
Hist 341 – Imperial Russia
Hist 343 – The Soviet Union

Selected Publications

Evans, Christine E. Between Truth and Time: A History of Soviet Central Television. Yale University Press, (In Progress) .
Evans, Christine E. “The ‘Soviet Way of Life’ as a Way of Feeling: Emotion and Influence on Soviet Central Television in the 1970s.” Cahiers du Monde Russe. (2015).
Evans, Christine E. “1973: KVN is Canceled.” www.soviethistory.org. Ed. Siegelbaum, Lewis, and von Geldern, James. (2011).
Evans, Christine E., and Peri, Alexis. ““How Terrorists Learned to Map: Plots and Plotting in Boris Savinkov’s Recollections of a Terrorist and Pale Horse.” Petersburg/ Petersburg: Novel and City, 1900 – 1921.. University of Wisconsin Press, (2010).
Evans, Christine E. ““A ‘Panorama of Time’: the Chronotopics of Programma Vremia,”.” Ab Imperio: Studies of New Imperial History and Nationalism in the Post-Soviet Space 2010.2 (2010).
Evans, Christine E., and Djagalov, Rossen. “Moskau, 1960: Wie man sich eine sowjetische Freundschaft mit der Dritten Welt vorstellte.”.” Die Sowjetunion und die Dritte Welt. UdSSR, Staatssozialismus und Antikolonialismus im Kalten Krieg 1945–1991. Ed. Hilger, Andreas. Oldenbourg, (2009).