Conferences and seminars
June 9-10, 2017. Joint workshop of "Ab Imperio" Journal and the Center for Historical Research with support from the Fund for Support for Liberal Arts "Imperial revolution of 1917: Post-Imperial Imaginaries and Revolutionary Politics in the Context of Diversity"
June 7, 2017. Joint workshop Center for Historical Research and Global History Group (University of Copenhagen) with the support of the Danish Cultural Institute in Russia "Contested Global History"
November, 26-28, 2015. International Conference “Natural Resources, Landscape and Climate in History of Russia and Neighbouring Countries”
June, 5-11, 2015. Summer school “Comparative Studies of Power and Diversity in Historic Empires”
June, 4-6, 2015. International Conference "Federalism, Regionalism, and Autonomism as Alternative Political Imaginaries of Post-Imperial Political Order"
October, 1–4, 2014.The First History Student Conference of Higher School of Economics "From Huge Comparisons to Thick Descriptions: Historical Research and Interpretation".
March, 28–29, 2014. International conference "A Usable Past: Applied and Interdisciplinary History”
October, 24–25, 2013. International Research Seminar “Historical Biographies in the context of Regional and Imperial borders of Northern Europe”
May, 27−28, 2013. International workshop "When Postcolonial Meets Postimperial: Sovereignty, Politics of Difference, and Composite Society in Comparative Perspectives"
November, 21– 22, 2012. International round table "The borders, cross-border communication and mobility in the Baltic region of Europe. Past and Present ".
September 5, 2012. International workshop "The circulation of knowledge in a divided world: attraction, confrontation, cooperation, expert communities during the Cold War."
August, 30–31, 2012. I nternational workshop "The history of the study and management of natural resources: society, nature, technology and the State."
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