|European Information and Research Network on Parliamentary History|
The European Information and Research Network on Parliamentary History — is a cluster of European research institutions and experts in parliamentary history. The network facilitates the exchange and dissemination of knowledge as well as promotes comparative studies on the development of parliamentary culture in Europe. The main idea of the network is to enhance international cooperation in the area of parliamentary history and development by creating a cluster, which is to include all European research institutions and experts in parliamentary history.
|University of Eastern Finland,|
A long-term and fruitful cooperation with the Karelian Institute of the University of Eastern Finland, whose specialization are the key issues of the Center's research agenda, continues at the present time within the framework of the large tripartite project "Post-imperial diversity - the relationship between the majority and minorities in the transition from empires to national states".
|Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity|
The Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity is one of the largest centers for the multi-disciplinary study of diversity, in its multiple forms, in today’s globalizing world. At this moment, the Institute deals with the issues of religious and sociocultural diversity, and related issues of law, politics and ethics. The Research Group of the Institute “Governance of Cultural Diversity”, headed by prof. Matthias Koenig (University of Göttingen), has been the one of the Center's partners in the tripartite project “Post-imperial diversity — the relationship between the majority and minorities in the transition from empires to national states” since 2018.
|The Paulsen Programme at the London School of Economics and Political Science|
The Frederick Paulsen Foundation's program is intended to provide support to for scholars dealing with the history of Russia in the imperial period (mid-17th century - 1918). Within the framework of the Program, in addition to direct financial support of Russian researchers, two major international seminars are planned at the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg in 2020 and 2021, as well as an international conference in Latvia in 2022. The conference, in which leading world experts in the field of the history of imperial Russia will take part, will result in a series of publications reflecting the current state of research in this field at the highest academic level.
|Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREES) at the University of Michigan|
The largest in the US Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies is the strategic institutional partner of the Higher School of Economics - St. Petersburg in the field of social and human sciences. Cooperation, which began in 2014 with the scientific project "Comparative Historical Studies of Empires and Nationalism", was endorsed through the signing in 2017 of a Memorandum of Understanding, involving a permanent scientific exchange between the two Centers.
|German Historical Institute Moscow (DHI Moskau)|
DHI Moskau supports one of the ten foreign research institutes of the Max Weber Foundation (along with the institutes in Rome, Paris, London, Washington, Tokyo, Beirut and Istanbul) in researching the closely interlaced history of the two states - Russia and Germany. Guided by the principles of scientific objectivity and transparency, the institute coordinates German-Russian research projects in the field of new and modern history (XVI-XX centuries) in the global perspective. DHI Moskau regularly conducts international conferences, round tables, colloquiums and seminars, and also traditionally acts as a reliable partner of the Center in organizing joint events.
|Netherlands Institute in Saint Petersburg|
The Netherlands Institute in St. Petersburg is an academic center whose activities are aimed at providing services to Dutch students and scholars, as well as for the development of scientific ties between Russia and the Netherlands, thanks to the support of the Institute in the Higher School of Economics - St. Petersburg, seminars and conferences on topical issues of intellectual and ecological history, the modern role of social and human sciences, and many others.
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