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Workshop "Russia in the World in the Imperial Era (1650-1917)" is postponed for summer 2021

Workshop "Russia in the World in the Imperial Era (1650-1917)" is postponed for summer 2021

The workshop will be supported by the Frederick Paulsen Foundation. Within the framework of the conference program, the London School of Economics and the Center for Historical Research of the National Research University Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg will be able to bring together the most promising young and recognized scholars of Imperial Russia.

The conference program will consist of nine panels, each will have three speakers. 

Panels List: 

  • Russian foreign policy – 17th century and Peter I (Chair: Paul Bushkovitch, Yale University, USA)
  • Economic history (Chair: Ekaterina Pravilova, Princeton University, USA)
  • The Monarchy (Chair: Dominic Lieven, University of Cambridge, UK)
  • Imperial visions and governance in the Russian empire (Chair: Alexander Semyonov, National Research University Higher School of Economics St. Petersburg)
  • Russia and the Ottoman Empire (Chair: Vladimir Bobrovnikov, National Research University Higher School of Economics St. Petersburg)
  • Russia, Caucasus and Central Asia (Chair: Alexander Morrison, University of Oxford, UK)
  • Foreign policy (Chair: Frithjof Benjamin Schenk, Basel University, Switzerland)
  • Elites (Chair: Igor Fedyukin, National Research University Higher School of Economics Moscow, Russia)
  • Armed Forces (Chair: David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, Brock University, Canada)

In addition to these universities, the conference will be attended by representatives of the Russian Academy of Sciences, French National Center for Scientific Research, the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Moscow State University, Georgetown University and more.

Also, post-graduate students of the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg and the Higher School of Economics in Moscow will be present at the conference as listeners and participants in the discussion.

Working languages: English and Russian