Builders and Deserters: Students, State, and Community in Leningrad, 1917-1941

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APPENDIX TWO
Major Institutions of
Higher Learning in
Leningrad, 1917-1941
Leningrad's institutes of higher education went through a number of changes between 1917 and 1941. Names changed, institutions merged, faculties were created or shifted to different institutions. In the text, for the sake of consistency and simplicity, I have chosen to refer to some of the institutions by their more generic title (e.g., the Leningrad Agricultural Institute rather than, say, the Dairy Farming Institute, as it was known for a few years). Below are brief sketches of the institutions as they evolved. Leningrad Agricultural Institute
Known as the First Agricultural Institute, 1917-31.
Renamed the Dairy Farming Institute (some of its departments were transferred elsewhere), 1931-34.
Renamed the Leningrad Agricultural Institute (after the departments previously transferred were merged once again with the institute), 1934-41.
Leningrad Mining Institute
The institute first comprised three faculties: Geological-Survey, Mining, and Mine Processing.
The Mining-Mechanics Faculty was added in 1924.
Leningrad Communist University
Petrograd Communist University, 1917-20.
Renamed after Zinoviev, 1920-30.
Renamed after Stalin, 1930-32.
Renamed the All-Union Communist Agricultural Academy, 1932-41.
Leningrad State University
First, Second, and Third State universities, 1918-22.
The Second and Third State universities merged with the First State University in 1922 to form Leningrad State University.

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