Philip Pomper

Consulting Editor of History and Theory

William F. Armstrong Professor and Professor of History, Emeritus, Wesleyan University

ppomper@wesleyan.edu


Professor Pomper received his BA (1959), MA (1961), and PhD (1965) from the University of Chicago.

Professor Pomper applies psychology to history. His books include: The Russian Revolutionary Intelligentsia (New York, 1970; 2d ed 1993); Peter Lavrov and the Russian Revolutionary Movement (Chicago, 1972); Sergei Nechaev (New Brunswick, NJ,1979), The Structure of Mind in History (New York, 1985); editor and translator, Trotsky's Notebooks on Lenin, Dialectics, and Evolutionism, 1933-35 (New York, 1986); Lenin, Trotsky, and Stalin: The Intelligentsia and Power (New York, 1990; paperback ed. 1991); co-editor of World History: Ideologies, Structures, and Identities (Oxford, 1998); co-editor of History and Theory: Contemporary Readings (Oxford, 1998); co-editor of The Return of Science: Evolution, History and Theory (Lanham, MD, 2002); Lenin's Brother: The Origins of the October Revolution (New York, 2010).


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