Welcome to Professor Roberta T. Manning's homepage. This page is under beaucoup construction. We hope to have this page up and running soon. This page will be a resource for those interested in the Soviet era from the late 1920's through the fall of communism in 1991. Professor Manning is a notable member of the history department at Boston College. She has earned several honors for her work on Soviet collectivization including the Baxter Award. She is now teaching "The Fall of Communism" and "Stalin".


Boston College: Boston College Homepage
Paul and Annie's Page: Prof.Manning's "Scholar of the College" student
Russia Today: Russian News and Information
The Hermitage: The Hermitage Museum collection
Soviet Women: Soviet Women Fighter Pilots of World War II
Russia: Cultural information about Russia
Class 046/114 (Russian Revolution): Materials and references to go along with class lectures and readings

Welcome to Professor Roberta Manning's WebPage

Professor Manning lives in Newton, Massachusetts with her husband Gerry Manning, who is a professor at Rutgers University. Professor Manning has two daughters, Innessa and Becky. Becky is an aspiring guitarist and vegetarian. She hopes to be an actress as well as a writer. Her older sister, Innessa, works abroad for a large financial institution. Professor Manning did her Masters and Doctoral work at Columbia University in New York City. She is originally from the Republic of Texas. She is currently working on a project with fifty-three Soviet specialists and archivists on a project entitled "Tragedy in the Soviet Village".

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