Aktivitet: Deltagelse i eller arrangering af en begivenhed › Organisation og deltagelse i konference
Given the professed internationalism of the communist movement, communist historiography has inevitably figured prominently in recent developments in transnational labour history. Much work has focused on the connection between national communist parties and the centre of world communism in Moscow. But researchers have also begun to explore less restricted conceptions of the transnational, whether through more sophisticated approaches to the concepts of national and international or through other forms of transnational association than those centring on Moscow. Through sessions on ‘Communism: national and national’ and Communism: exiles and diasporas’ this day conference presents recent work from both these perspectives.