Revisiting Revolution

Exploring the cultural history and legacy of the Russian Revolution and the year that shook the world

Revisiting Revolution

Revisiting Revolution: Introduction

Revisiting Revolution

Red and white blues: How the Second World War replaced 1917 as modern Russia's national myth

Revisiting Revolution

No stone unturned: Owen Hatherley on what monuments to the Revolution tell us about 1917

Revisiting Revolution

Sea change: How a company of female sailors sparked a gender revolution in 1917

Revisiting Revolution

Revolutionary reading list: Get your head around 1917 with our selection of novels and non-fiction

Revisiting Revolution

Empire state of mind: The legacy of the Russian Revolution in Central Asia

Revisiting Revolution

First post the past: Recreating the Russian revolution through social media

Revisiting Revolution

Artistic exercise: Sport and art in the Soviet Union

Revisiting Revolution

Tariq Ali: Read an extract from the activist author's new book, The Dilemmas of Lenin

Revisiting Revolution

Body language: The many afterlives of Lenin, from art object to science experiment

Revisiting Revolution

China Miéville: An interview with the author and an extract from his new history of 1917

Revisiting Revolution

Witnesses to history: The turmoil of 1917 captured in children's drawings

Revisiting Revolution

Men with movie cameras: Why documentary cinema owes everything to Soviet filmmakers

Revisiting Revolution

Poetry in motion: The avant-garde dancers who brought freedom of movement to Russia