Alexandra Mikhailovna Kollontai (Russian: Алекса́ндра Миха́йловна Коллонта́й, née Domontovich, Домонто́вич; 31 March [O.S. 19 March] 1872 – 9 March 1952) was a Russian revolutionary, politician, diplomat and Marxist theoretician.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexandra_Kollontai
Alexandra Mikhailovna Kollontai (Russian: Алекса́ндра Миха́йловна Коллонта́й, née Domontovich, Домонто́вич; 31 March [O.S. 19 March] 1872 – 9 March 1952) was a Russian revolutionary, politician, diplomat and Marxist theoretician.
Alexandra Kollontai. Alexandra Kollontai (1872-1952) was a significant figure in the Bolshevik party during the Russian Revolution. She became arguably the most influential female in the new Soviet society. Born Alexandra Domontovich in 1872, her father was a former tsarist general, her mother the daughter of a minor nobleman.
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Aleksandra Mikhaylovna Kollontay, née Domontovich, (born March 31 [March 19, Old Style], 1872, St. Petersburg, Russia—died March 9, 1952, Moscow), Russian revolutionary who advocated radical changes in traditional social customs and institutions in Russia and who later, as a Soviet diplomat, became the first woman to serve as an accredited minister to a foreign country.
A New Generation of Radicals Is Rediscovering Alexandra Kollontai. The Bolshevik diplomat and Marxist feminist thinker Alexandra Kollontai, whose pioneering writings explored the prospects for women’s emancipation under socialism, was born 150 years ago today. Portrait of Alexandra Kollontai in Sweden, circa 1930.
Alexandra Kollontai’s autobiography reveals the reasons why she preferred the revolutionary path to the stable and prosperous life of a married woman, and why she ultimately came to believe that communism was the only way to achieve women’s emancipation.
Alexandra Kollontai. Born in 1872 to a family of Russian aristocrats, Kollontai studied political economy in Switzerland, participated in the agitation and organizing which preceded the Bolshevik Revolution, served as Commissar of Social Welfare in Lenin's government and headed its Zhenotdel, or Women's Bureau. She later became a member of the ...
Kollontai, Alexandra (1872–1952) Russian revolutionary and feminist who was the first woman to be a member of the Bolshevik Central Committee and the Council of People's Commissars as well as the world's first female ambassador. Name variations: Aleksandra Kollontay; (nickname) Shura. Pronunciation: KOLL-lon-TIE.
Alexandra Kollontai (1872–1952) was a Russian revolutionary, minister, diplomat, and socialist feminist thinker. From 1908 to 1917, in political exile from the Tsarist regime, she traveled in Europe as a political agitator.
Alexandra Kollontai is not much celebrated or even remembered, although she was the rare woman with important roles before, during, and after the October Revolution. She was on the Bolshevik Central Committee in 1917, the only woman member, and Commissar of Social Welfare in the first Soviet government. She ought to be of great interest ...