Wilson Center Experts

Marianna Tax Choldin

Short-Term Grant
Kennan Institute

Russia and Eurasia
Professor, University of Illinois, Urbana
Wilson Center Project(s):
The Soviet Practice of Censoring Translations of Western Publications
Feb 01, 1990
Feb 01, 1990

Project Summary

Russian and Soviet censorship a study of the essential concerns that underlie the institution of censorship in imperial and Soviet Russia: the fear of alien values and ideas, the belief that the West is out to subvert the populace ideologically, the view of bourgeois ideas as inherently hostile to the USSR, the need to protect Soviet citizens from these dangerous foreign values, concepts, fashions and fads.

Previous Terms at the Wilson Center:
Mar 01, 1983 - Mar 01, 1983: Soviet Censorship