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School Head — Alexander Kamenskii

 

Deputy Head — Dmitriy Dobrowolski

 

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Article
Proof of Sincere Love for the Tsar: Popular Monarchism in the Age of Peter the Great

Trefilov E. N.

Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History. 2017. Vol. 18. No. 3. P. 461-485.

Book chapter
Khwarezm, the Eastern Kipchaks and Volga Bulgaria in the Late 12–early 13th Centuries

Timokhin D. M., Tishin V.

In bk.: The Golden Horde in World History. A Multi-Authored Monograph. Kazan: Sh. Marjani Institute of History of the Tatarstan Academy of Sciences, 2017. P. 25-40.

Working paper
HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN ALANIA BEFORE 932

Vinogradov A. Y.

Basic research program. WP BRP. National research university Higher School of economics, 2016

Strategic Academic Units

Russia and the West:
similarities and differences of historic paths

Leaders — Budnitskii Oleg Vitalyevich, NRU HSE, Faculty of Humanities, School of History, professor, born in 1954, h-index — 2; Filatova Irina Ivanovna, NRU HSE, Faculty of Humanities, School of History, professor, born in 1947, h-index — 2.

The project is aimed at comparative study of Russian history in european context. Key expected outcome: a ratio of local and pan-european elements in Russian history from the beginnigs till our times will be determined.

Key partners: École des hautes études en sciences sociales (Paris), United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (Washington), Max Weber Stiftung (Deutsches Historisches Institut Moskau), Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität (Münster), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (München), Uniwersytet Warszawski, Eberhard Karls Universität (Tübingen) etc.

Beneficiaries: educational, scientific, cultural institutions, governmental agencies.

Crises and peaks of Eurasian history, 4th – 20th centuries

Leader — Khlevnyuk Oleg Vitalyevich NRU HSE, Faculty of Humanities, School of History, professor, The International Centre for the History and Sociology of World War II and Its Consequences, leading research fellow, born in 1959, h-index — 2.

The project is aimed at the study of key factors determining both dynamic and conservative elements of historical process on the Eurasian continent.

Basic research directions:

    • dynamics of peoples and cultures on the Eurasian continent from the Middle Ages to the Postmodernity
    • Byzantine Empire, Caucasus and Russia: economic, social and cultural interaction
    • modernisation cycles in Eastern Europe in the 18th – 20th centuries: a comparative study
    • reception and adaptation of political, social, legal and philosophical theories and conceptions on the Eurasian continent from the 16th to the 20th century

Expected outcome: exposure of main factors determining the dynamics of historic process on the Eurasian contitnent for the first time viewed as an integral historic phenomenon.

Beneficiaries: educational, scientific, cultural institutions, governmental agencies.