"[O]ffers convincing arguments for the transformation of the postwar generation of the Soviet Union. Furthermore, her book is a major contribution to a growing literature that helps our understanding of how and why the Soviet Union collapsed." --The Historian
"A substantial contribution to the growing field of 'youth studies'...Stalin's Last Generation
is an engaging, informative and thoroughly researched work of scholarship that deserves the attention of anyone interested in post-war Soviet culture in general, and youth culture in particular." --Slavic and East European Journal
"Apart from making an original contribution to our understanding of late Stalinism, Furst also speaks to an emerging body of literature on various Soviet generations." --The Historian
About the Author
graduated from Oxford and the LSE. Subsequently, she was a lecturer at Magdalen College, Oxford, and a Junior Research Fellow at St. John's Collge, Oxford. She is currently lecturer in 20th Century History at the University of Bristol.