Viacheslav Morozov to deliver a public lecture in Brussels
CEURUS member Viacheslav Morozov is giving a talk at the Brussels School of International Studies (University of Kent) on “The long 1980s: class, gender and late Soviet neoliberalism”. The lecture takes place on 5 March at 12:30.
Since the mid-1970s, Soviet popular culture is increasingly concerned with the new class hierarchies, which constitute the Soviet version of consumer society. The resulting neoliberal ideology, promoting individual success and traditional gender roles, foreclose any progressive reforms of Soviet socialism and pave the way towards the conservative hegemony of the early twenty-first century.