Professor Ian Thatcher
Research Director - History
- School of Arts & Humanities
- Research Institute
- Arts and Humanities Research Institute
- Coleraine campus
- +44 28 7012 3375
Ian Thatcher undertook graduate work in Russian at Soviet History at Glasgow, famous as the scholarly home of the journal Soviet Studies and of the late Professor Alec Nove.
The Head of the Glasgow Institute at that time was Professor Bill Wallace, one of the founders of the History Department at Coleraine. Ian's route to a Chair at Ulster was academic posts in Scotland, New Zealand, and England.
Ian is a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and a member of the Study Group on the Russian Revolution (UK) and of the Association for Slavic, East European, & Eurasian Studies (USA).
The history of Russian Social Democracy, the 1917 Revolution in Russia, and the history of the USSR.
Ian has received funding from the British Academy and the Leverhulme Trust.
He has also held a visiting fellowship at the Slavic Research Centre, Hokkaido University, Japan; a Research Directorship at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Study, University of Helsinki; and has been a British Academy-Russian Academy of Sciences Exchange Scholar.
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- The Russian Revolutionary Constitution and Pamphlet Literature in the 1917 Russian RevolutionEurope-Asia StudiesDate: (2016)
- Scripting the Russian RevolutionScripting Revolution: A Historical Approach to the Comparative Study of RevolutionsDate: (2015)
- Post-Soviet Russian Historians and the Russian Provisional Government of 1917The Slavonic and East European ReviewDate: (2015)
- Historiography of the Russian Provisional Government 1917 in the USSRTwentieth Century CommunismDate: (2015)
- Trotsky, LeonDate: (2014)
- ForewordFilming the Unfilmable: Casper Wrede's 'One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich'Date: (2014)
- Memoirs of the Russian Provisional Government 1917Revolutionary RussiaDate: (2014)
- The First State Duma, 1906: The View from the Contemporary Pamphlet and Monograph LiteratureCanadian Journal of History/Annales canadiennes d'histoireDate: (2011)
- Khrushchev As LeaderKhrushchev in the KremlinDate: (2011)
- From Stalin to Gorbachev: Reflections on the Personality of Leaders in Soviet HistoryContemporary European HistoryDate: (2010)