После Сталина. Реформы 1950-х годов в контексте советской и постсоветской истории: Материалы VIII Международной научной конференции. Екатеринбург, 15-17 октября 2015 г.
Eighth conference of the series "History of Stalinism" devoted to the problems of overcoming the legacy of Stalin's dictatorship as a Soviet transit first natalinskoe, moderately authoritarian, and then to the post-Soviet model of development. Significant political and socio-economic reform in the Soviet Union began immediately after Stalin's death. This contributed to numerous preconditions, primarily, the plight in which the country finds itself in the early 1950-ies, the mass anticipation of change and awareness of Soviet leader the impossibility of continuing the previous course. Despite the fact that the reforms were limited and contradictory, they contributed to developments that have given a considerable impetus to the development of Soviet society. The difficulties of the 1970s - early 1980s forced the to find naaye direction of the Soviet transit and ended otkazat of the socialist system and the collapse of the Soviet Union. Despite this, in the new Russia and other former Soviet transit and ended otkazat of the socialist system and the collapse of the Soviet Union. Despite this, in the new Russia and other former Soviet States, the issues of de-Stalinization or destalinization retain the current political and ideological significance, are the subject of public and scientific debate. The task of this conference is to capture the main trends and milestones of de-Stalinization in long retrospect, to sum up the results of this process, as well as contemporary debates about the Stalinist system.