Stephen Crowley Presented a Talk at University of California, Berkeley
November 9, 2022
Stephen Crowley presented a talk entitled “Sanctions, Economic Hardship, and Social (In)stability in Russia” at the University of California, Berkeley’s Institute for Slavic, Eastern European and Eurasian Studies. He published an article with the same title on the website Riddle. He was interviewed by the BBC World Service about the impact of sanctions on Russian society and potential for social protest.
Stephen Crowley Recently Published in the "Global Labour Journal"
June 28, 2022
Stephen Crowley recently published "Russian Labour, Economic Hardship and Putin's Fear of Colour Revolutions" in the Global Labour Journal.
Stephen Crowley Writes article with Hardy Merriman '21 for The Hill
March 31, 2022
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley co-wrote with Hardy Merriman '21 “How the Russian people can end Putin's war” for The Hill. Crowley also participated in a “Ukrainathon,” a 24-hour marathon of expert lectures in support of Ukraine. He gave an extended interview about Russia and Ukraine to the Archipelago, a radio program (and podcast) based in Athens, Greece.
Stephen Crowley Discusses His Recent Book in Podcast
March 1, 2022
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley recorded an interview about his recent book, Putin's Labor Dilemma, on the SRB Podcast. In November and December 2021 Crowley was a fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study at the University of Bologna.
Stephen Crowley Gives Book Talk at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars
October 25, 2021
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley gave talk on his book, Putin's Labor Dilemma, at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars in Washington, DC. Watch a video of the event here.
Stephen Crowley publishes new book, 'Putins's Labor Dilemma'
August 26, 2021
The latest book by Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley, Putin's Labor Dilemma: Russian Politics Between Stability and Stagnation, is now out from Cornell University Press. The book questions the popular assumption that Russia's workers are Putin's "core supporters," and explores the challenges the Russian leadership faces between undertaking painful reforms to boost economic growth, and preventing economic grievances from leading to demands for political change.
Stephen Crowley leads OSU Global Teacher Seminar
July 15, 2021
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley was the lead instructor for Ohio State University's Summer Global Teacher Seminar on "Global Protests and Social Justice Activism."
Stephen Crowley publishes in The Nation and Slavic Review
August 25, 2020
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley wrote "The Factory Joins the Square: Putin’s Nightmare Unfolds in Belarus" in The Nation, and "Global Cities versus Rustbelt Realities: The Dilemmas of Urban Development in Russia" in Slavic Review.
Stephen Crowley Gives Talk, Records Podcast
February 11, 2020
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley gave a talk on his research and recorded a podcast at the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Russian & East European Studies.
Stephen Crowley Writes Op-Ed
November 25, 2019
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley wrote an op-ed in the Plain Dealer calling on Senator Rob Portman of Ohio to push back against President Trump's policy on Ukraine to instead promote a peace process in the region.
Steve Crowley Works on Manuscript
May 8, 2019
Steve Crowley will spend June at the Aleksanteri Institute for Russian Studies at the University of Helskinki, Finland. There he will be working to complete a manuscript on "Stability Amid Stagnation: The Politics of Labor and Deindustrialization in Putin's Russia."
Stephen Crowley Published
April 21, 2017
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley's article "Why Protests Keep Putin Up at Night" was published in Foreign Affairs.
Stephen Crowley Authors Op-Ed
March 10, 2017
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley’s opinion piece “To Resist Trump, Divide His Supporters” appeared on Truthout.
Stephen Crowley Published
January 3, 2017
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley’s opinion article, “What Will Putin do Without America as His Enemy?” appeared in Newsweek.
Stephen Crowley Selected as Fellow
April 29, 2016
Stephen Crowley, professor of politics, chair of Russian and eastern European Studies, and chair of peace and conflict studies, has been named a Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars fellow. Crowley’s fellowship begins in September and continues through May 2017.
Stephen Crowley Publishes
February 11, 2016
Stephen Crowley, professor of politics, chair of Russian & east European studies, and chair of peace & conflict studies, has co-written the article “Is Putin about to face a ‘colored revolution’?” Co-written by Irina Olimpieva, the article was published in The Washington Post.
Steve Crowley Discusses Ukraine
March 19, 2014
Professor of Politics Stephen Crowley has given two radio interviews recently on the situation in Ukraine. On March 19, he discussed developments in that country on WEOL’s Morning Show When asked if his knowledge of the region had allowed him to sense a crisis was coming, Crowley said, “I don’t think anybody predicted exactly what would happen in Ukraine. But there’s always been tension, particularly centered around Crimea, between Russia and Ukraine.” Noting that Crimea had long been a part of Russia and that its populace is overwhelmingly Russian speaking and Russian oriented, Crowley said “Putin and Russia have seen Crimea as a special case” and that he doesn’t expect Russia will press militarily any further into Ukraine. Crowley’s entire interview is archived on the WEOL website. On February 26, Crowley joined two other panelists for a segment on WCPN’s The Sound of Ideas titled “What Next in Ukraine,” which can be accessed on WCPN’s website.”
Steve Crowley Talks Sochi with WCPN
February 19, 2014
Cleveland NPR affiliate WCPN invited Professor of Russian and Eastern European Studies Steve Crowley to participate in a conversation about the political and security issues of the 13th Olympic games in Sochi, Russia. The program aired Monday, February 10, and is available for listening on the WCPN website.
November 25, 2019