Author: Kimberly St. Julian

Baba, Proletarka and the Kolkhoznitsa: Soviet Depictions of Women in Anti-religious Posters

This paper examines how the evolution of state policy from 1923-1933, toward women and religion was expressed in posters, one of the most important mediums of communicating policy to a society that was still overwhelmingly illiterate at the beginning of Stalin’s cultural revolution in 1928. Furthermore, this paper seeks to use the analysis of the […]