College of Arts and Sciences

Dr. Ann Livschiz

Dr. Ann LivschizAnn Livschiz, Associate Professor
Office: LA275
Office Hours:  TR 1:30-3:00 PM & By appointment.
Phone: 260-481-6693

Ann Livschiz received her  Ph.D. from Stanford University in 2005. Her dissertation was titled "Growing Up Soviet:   Childhood in the Soviet Union, 1918-1958."  

Research Interests:

Russian and Soviet, Central Asia, World, gender and women's history


"De-Stalinizing Children: The Quest for Moral Rebirth," in Negotiating Cultural and Social Change in the Khrushchev Era, ed. by Polly Jones

"Pre-Revolutionary in Form, Soviet in Content? Wartime Educational Reforms and the Postwar Quest for Normality," for History of Education Special Issue Making Education Soviet, 1917-1953

"Battling 'Unhealthy relations:' Soviet Youth Sexuality as a Political Problem," Special Issue of The Journal of Sociology, "The History of Sexuality of Childhood and Youth." 


Fall 2017

-HIST D310 Russian Revolution and Soviet Regime

-HIST H232 World in the 20th Century

Spring 2018