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Russian International Relations in War and Revolution, 1914–22. Book 1: Origins and War, 1914–16

Edited by: D. Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, M. Hughes, D. M. McDonald et al.

Bk. 1: Book 1: Origins and War, 1914–16. Bloomington: Slavica Publishers, 2021.

Article
Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution

Budnitskii O.

Slavic Review. 2021. Vol. 80. No. 2. P. 428-430.

Book chapter
The State Duma and Russian Foreign Policy in the Great War

Solovyov K.

In bk.: Russian International Relations in War and Revolution, 1914–22. Book 1: Origins and War, 1914–16. Bk. 1: Book 1: Origins and War, 1914–16. Bloomington: Slavica Publishers, 2021. P. 317-332.

Working paper
Not backward: Comparative labour productivity in British and Russian manufacturing, circa 1908

Lychakov N., Saprykin D., Vanteeva N.

Humanities. HUM. Basic Research Programme, 2020

Tag "medieval studies" – News

Medieval Russian History through the Eyes of American Historian

Medieval Russian History through the Eyes of American Historian
On June19,Valerie Kivelson, Professor of History at the University of Michigan, conducted an online workshop ‘How to Draw Hatred? The Litsevoi Letopisnyi Svod and Depictions of Religious Others’. It was organized by HSE Cenre for Medieval Studies within the series of discussions on medieval Russia.She spoke with HSE News Service about the seminar, her attitude to historical research, and having online discussions instead of live meetings.

Seeking Answers in Medieval Russian History

On May 31, Valerie Kivelson, Professor of History at the University of Michigan, will be delivering a seminar entitled ‘Visualizing Empire: Muscovite Images of Race’. Professor Kivelson is an expert in Medieval and early modern Russia, history of cartography, history of witchcraft, religion, and political culture, among other topics. She is the author of 'Desperate Magic: The Moral Economy of Witchcraft in Seventeenth Century Russia' and a guest editor of 'Witchcraft Casebook: Magic in Russia, Poland and Ukraine. 15-21st Centuries'.

Svetlana Yatsyk Spoke at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds

Svetlana Yatsyk, Analyst at the HSE Laboratory of Medieval Studies, spoke at the 22nd International Medieval Congress in Leeds on the problem of paganism in the works by John of Wales.

‘As Long as We Think about the Middle Ages as a Dark Time, We Will Remain Dark Ourselves’

‘As Long as We Think about the Middle Ages as a Dark Time, We Will Remain Dark Ourselves’
Every era builds its own version of the Middle Ages, and the modern age is no exception. Oleg Voskoboynikov, the youngest full professor at the Higher School of Economics, talks about the reason for the popularity of metaphors that refer to that era, why the ‘Suffering Middle Ages’ group on 'VKontakte' is not the same thing as medieval studies and how the desire to be different from everyone else can lead a student to study the Middle Ages.