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Book
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

News

Sergei Zatravkin and Elena Vishlenkova issued the article in the Journal of the History of Science and Technology

Sergei Zatravkin and Elena Vishlenkova issued the article in the Journal of the History of Science and Technology
Chief Research Fellows of IGITI Sergei Zatravkin and Elena Vishlenkova issued the article 'Early Soviet Medicine: digital and narrative utopies' in the 'Kwartalnik Historii nauki I techniki. Quarterly Journal of the History of Science and Technology' by Polish Academy of Sciences (2019, №4).

Elena Vishlenkova and Sergei Zatravkin issued the article in the journal 'Dialog so vremenem'

Elena Vishlenkova and Sergei Zatravkin issued the article in the journal 'Dialog so vremenem'
Elena Vishlenkova and Sergei Zatravkin issued the article 'Doctor’s narrative under the light of intellectual history: Kovno, 1827' in the journal 'Dialog so Vremenem' (2019, №6).

The Goths Compared: 'East-Germanic' Communities between the Baltics, the Black Sea and the West

The Goths Compared: 'East-Germanic' Communities between the Baltics, the Black Sea and the West
In early November, the Centre for Medieval Studies hosted the international conference 'The Goths Compared: "East-Germanic" Communities between the Baltics, the Black Sea and the West'

National Alchemy and National Art: Goldsmithing Centres in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe

National Alchemy and National Art: Goldsmithing Centres in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe
Sergey Zotov presented a paper in the 'Symbolic Middle Ages' seminar series

Helsinki Professor Discusses Stalin and Finland at HSE

On October 18, Professor Kimmo Rentola (University of Helsinki) presented his recent book, Stalin and the Fate of Finland,in an event hosted by HSE’s International Centre for the History and Sociology of World War II and its Consequences. HSE News Service spoke with Professor Rentola about how he became interested in history, his book, and what brings him to HSE University.

'HSE Is a Dynamic Place with So Much Going On'

'HSE Is a Dynamic Place with So Much Going On'
Isabelle Kaplan has recently joined the Centre for the History and Sociology of World War II and Its Consequences as a post-doctoral fellow. She will be working at HSE University for one year.

New article by Elena Vishlenkova and Sergey Zatravkin

New article by Elena Vishlenkova and Sergey Zatravkin
A new article by chief research fellows of IGITI Elena Vishlenkova and Sergey Zatravkin was published in the Quarterly Journal of the History of Science and Technology (№2, 2019). The title of the article is "Polish medicine in the Russian Empire in the first third of the 19th century". The full text is available on the journal's website.

Russian and French Scholars Present Research on Soviet History at Graduate Seminar

The International Centre for the History and Sociology of World War II and its Consequences at HSE University held a Graduate Student Seminar in Soviet History together with Sciences Po (France) on June 17 – 18, 2019. HSE News Service spoke with participants and instructors of the seminar, which examinedthe impact of WWII on the Soviet Union and surrounding regions, as well as aspects of the Soviet system from Stalin up to the 1980s.

In Search of Truth in the Pravda Newspaper

On June 24-25, HSE University held the international academic conference, ‘The 1990s: A Social History of Russia’ organized by International Center for the History and Sociology of World World War II and its Consequences, the Boris Yeltsin Center, the Egor Gaider Foundation, and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. HSE News Service spoke with Roberto Rabbia, one of the international participants, about how he became interested in Soviet history, why he reads Soviet newspapers, and what he has learned from his research.

Digital Humanities Create New Opportunities for Faculty and Students Alike

On October 3, the School of History and the HSE Centre for Digital Humanities, with support from the Teaching Excellence Initiative, held a lecture by Dr. Andrew Janco (Haverford College, USA) entitled ‘Engaging Students in the Humanities and Sciences through Digital Scholarship Projects.’ Covering methods for engaging students in project-based research in the digital humanities, the lecture aimed to demonstrate the benefits of researchers working with students as co-investigators with their own research interests and agenda.