Matthew Pauly » Affiliated Faculty
Matthew Pauly is a historian of Russia and Eastern Europe. Dr. Pauly’s first book, Breaking the Tongue: Language, Education, and Power in Soviet Ukraine, 1923-34 (Forthcoming, University of Toronto Press, Fall 2014] The book concerns the political acculturation of the first generation of Soviet Ukrainian citizens through native-language schooling and pedagogical innovation in the 1920s and early 1930s and references issues of Yiddish-language instruction and Jewish identity in early Soviet Ukraine. His next book-length project is entitled “Raising ‘Nobody’s Children’: Juvenile Poverty, Crime, and Salvation in the City of Odessa, 1880-1940” and addresses, among other subjects of concern, children’s welfare societies for poor Jewish children and assistance to juvenile victims of the 1905 Odessa pogrom. He teaches the History of Modern Eastern Europe, the History of Imperial Russia, and methodological seminars on the History of Nationalism and National Identity and the History of Childhood in Modern Europe.
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Emeritus Affiliated Faculty