Criminal cultures and criminal figures in the Soviet Union and the Post-Soviet space: workshop report
Costanza Curro, 19.09.2022
Escapes concealing death: the importance of regional archives for clarification of GULAG death toll
Mikhail Nakonechnyi, 24.3.2022
Will there be camps?
Judith Pallot and Brendan Humphreys, 20.03.2022
What lies behind FSIN’s promoting of “forced labour used as an alternative to deprivation of liberty”?
Judith Pallot, 19.8.2021
Why does the geography of Stalin’s Terror matter, and how do we study it?
Sofia Gavrilova, 07.07.2021
Bamlag’s lingering shadow
Mikhail Nakonechnyi, 03.06.2021
Thirty days in ‘Kremlin Central’: The Detention of Alexei Navalny
Judith Pallot, 24.01.2021
What awaits convicted protesters sentenced to the Zona in Belarus
Judith Pallot, 20.11.2020
Lessons of the recent past: From Tuberculosis to COVID-19 in Russia’s prisons
Judith Pallot, 14.10.2020
Caught in Russia’s prison-pandemic nexus
Olga Zeveleva, 20.09.2020
The veil of secrecy: How did the Soviet government quell epidemics in prisons?
Mikhail Nakonechnyi, 13.07.2020
Muslim prisoners in Russia during the COVID-19 pandemic
Rustamjon Urinboyev, 17.06.2020
Prisons and the typhus/typhoid epidemic of 1908-1910: How the Russian Imperial penal system contained the outbreak
Mikhail Nakonechnyi, 19.05.2020
Prisons and the cholera epidemic of 1892-1893: How the Russian Imperial penal system contained the outbreak
Mikhail Nakonechnyi, 05.05.2020
Living in prison: Responses to COVID-19 in Georgia’s penal system and implications for how we think about the ‘inside’ and the ‘outside’
Costanza Curro, 24.04.2020
Prison riots and the COVID-19 pandemic: A global uprising?
Coronavirus in prisons, a global perspective: Tracking policy responses, releases, and riots