Links to Primary Sources, Other History Websites, and University Courses for Studying Bolshevism and International History.
NotEvenPast -The University of Texas at Austin History website is a great resource to explore more book reviews, primary sources, interviews and other interactive features that cover all world regions and, of course, Texas.
http://www.oac.cdlib.org/ – The Online Archive of California allows anyone to do keyword searches that covers public and private archives throughout the state.
https://www.facebook.com/historyitm– A great online history journal.
http://jeremisuri.net/– The website for history professor Dr, Jeremi Suri is a great resource for international history and how it applies to current events.
www.soviethistory.org– Explores various topics in Soviet History.
http://www.hoover.org/library-and-archives/collections/russia-cis – One of the best collections on the Russian Revolution and Communism.
Courses by University and Professor:
HIS 350L – History of Globalization, Dr. Mark Metzler
HIS 333M – US Foreign Relations, Dr. Mark Lawrence/ Dr. H.W. Brands
HIS 362G – Marx and Western Marxism, Dr. Tracie Matysik
HIS 343L – History of Russia to 1917, Dr. Joan Neuberger
HIS 343M – History of Russia Since 1917, Dr. Charters Wynn
HIS 350L – Stalin’s Russia at War, Dr. Charters Wynn
HIS 381- International History Since 1898, Dr. Jeremi Suri
HIS 383 – Conflict/Coexist in East Europe, Dr. Mary Neuburger
HIS 383 Stalinist Russia, Dr. Charters Wynn
HIS 383 Revolutionary Russia, Dr. Charters Wynn
HIS 381 – The Long Cold War, 1919-1991, Dr. Robert Hutchings and Jeremi Suri
HIS 381 – Transnational Mediterranean, Dr. Benjamin Claude Brower