The Story of Alexander Kerensky at Hoover Featured in Sandstone & Tile

Thursday, June 14, 2018
The Story of Alexander Kerensky at Hoover Featured in Sandstone & Tile

The Story of Alexander Kerensky at Hoover Featured in Sandstone & Tile

Hoover research fellow and Stanford historian Bertrand Patenaude has published "The Russian Revolution Comes to Stanford" in the latest edition of Sandstone & Tile. The article tells the fascinating history of Alexander Kerensky, the charismatic head of the Russian Provisional government of revolutionary Russia who would spend a great deal of the 1950s and 60s at Stanford, where he researched at Hoover Library & Archives, taught classes, delivered lectures, and left a lasting impression on students and faculty alike.

Read the full text of Patenaude's article here.