Student Poster Project

HST 436/POL 440/540
Havighurst Seminar: The Gulag in History and Memory

Students in HST 436/POL 440/540 each pursued individual research for three weeks on an aspect of the Gulag that interested them. Working with Steve Norris, Karen Dawisha, and Masha Misco, each student selected a topic, developed a research question, and pursued individual research on the topic. They presented their findings in poster form before the participants in the Young Researchers Conference held from October 28-30.

Solovki Power

Solovki Power

Women Gulag II

Women in the Gulag II

Literary Portrayals

Literary Portrayals of the Gulag

Memorial Gulag

Memorializing the Gulag II

Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Alexander Solzhenitsyn

Gulag Dreeze

The Gulag Paradox

Gulag Functionalism

Gulag Functionalism

Lloyd poster

Forced Labor in the Gulag


Memorializing Sachsenhausen

Gulag Education

Gulag Education

memorializing the gulag poster

Memorializing the Gulag I

King Gulag

Propaganda & Labor in the Gulag

Gulag Prison Gangs

Gulag Prison Gangs

Survivor art

Survivor Art


Gulag Policy toward Political Prisoners

Bitzer Gulag

Americans in the Gulag

Political prisoners

The Use of Political Prisoners in WWII


Victory Despite Stalin