Communism and Hunger: The Ukrainian, Chinese, Kazakh, and Soviet Famines in Comparative Perspective
In this volume, leading specialists examine the affinities and differences between the pan-Soviet famine of 1931–1933, the Ukrainian Holodomor, the Kazakh great hunger, and the famine in China in 1959–1961. The contributors presented papers at a conference organized by the Holodomor Research and Education Consortium in 2014.
Andrea Graziosi and Frank Sysyn. Communism and Hunger: The Ukrainian, Chinese, Kazakh, and Soviet Famines in Comparative Perspective. Toronto: CIUS Press, 2016.
- Andrea Graziosi and Frank E. Sysyn, “Communism and Hunger: Introduction.”
- Nicolas Werth, “Stalin’s and Mao’s Famines: Similarities and Differences Food Shortages, Hunger, and Famines in the USSR, 1928-33.”
- Lucien Bianco, “Comparing the Soviet and Chinese Famines: Their Perpetrators, Actors, and Victims.”
- Niccolò Pianciola, “Towards a Transnational History of Great Leaps Forward in Pastoral Central Eurasia.”
- Sarah Cameron, “The Kazakh Famine of 1930-33: Current Research and New Directions.”
- Zhou Xun, “Re-examining the History of the Great Famine in China through Documentary Evidence.”
- Andrea Graziosi, “Selected Bibliography of Socialist Famines in the Twentieth Century”