Faculty

Office Location

KN 229

Phone Number

905-828-5203

Email Address

richardb.day@utoronto.ca

Area Group(s)

  • Political Theory
  • Comparative Politics

Education

  • MESc, University of Toronto
  • M.A., University of Toronto
  • Dip. R.E.E.S., University of Toronto
  • Ph.D., University of London

Richard Day

Professor

Biography

Publications: Leon Trotsky and the Politics of Economic Isolation (1973); The “Crisis” and the “Crash”: Soviet Studies of the West, 1917-1939 (1981); Nikolai Bukharin, Selected Writings on the State and the Transition to Socialism (1982), E. A. Preobrazhensky, The Decline of Capitalism (1985), both ed. and trans. R.B. Day; Democratic Theory and Technological Society (1988), ed. R. B. Day, Ronald Beiner, Joseph Masciulli; Neoconservative Economics: The Crisis of the Welfare State and Reaganomics, ed. and trans. R.B. Day (Summer 1989, International Journal of Political Economy); Post-Soviet Russia, ed. R.B. Day (Spring 1994, International Journal of Political Economy); Cold War Capitalism: The View from Moscow, 1945-1975 (1995); P.V. Maksakovsky, The Capitalist Cycle, ed. and trans. R.B. Day (2005); Globalization and Political Ethics (2007), edited R.B. Day and Joseph Masciulli. Witnesses to Permanent Revolution: The Documentary Record, ed. & trans. R.B. Day and Daniel Gaido (2009); Discovering Imperialism: Social Democracy to World War I, ed. & trans. R.B. Day and Daniel Gaido (2012). The Preobrazhensky Papers, Volume I, co-edited and translated by R.B. Day (2013).