In the tumultuous years following the failed Russian Revolution of 1905, a wave of satirical journals envisioned Russian political life as a phantasmagoria of devils, skeletons, and other ghoulish monsters. Beginning Friday, September 9, dozens of these creatively illustrated periodicals will be on display as part of Demonocracy: All Hell Breaks Loose in 1905 Russia, a new exhibition in Doheny Memorial Library’s first-floor Treasure Room.
RSVP for the opening reception on Friday, September 9 at 5:00 p.m.

In the tumultuous years following the failed Russian Revolution of 1905, a wave of satirical journals envisioned Russian political life as a phantasmagoria of devils, skeletons, and other ghoulish monsters. Beginning Friday, September 9, dozens of these creatively illustrated periodicals will be on display as part of Demonocracy: All Hell Breaks Loose in 1905 Russia, a new exhibition in Doheny Memorial Library’s first-floor Treasure Room.

RSVP for the opening reception on Friday, September 9 at 5:00 p.m.

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