Publication of a book series “Imperial Transformations -- Russian, Soviet, and Post-Soviet History”
In Novermber 2015 an agreement on book series with Routledge (category B by SENSE ranking of scientific publishers) “Imperial Transformations: Russian, Soviet and Post-Soviet History” was signed by Prof Alexander Semyonov and Prof Ronald Suny.
In Novermber 2015 Professor Alexander Semyonov and Professor Ronald Suny signed an agreement on publication of a book series “Imperial Transformations -- Russian, Soviet, and Post-Soviet History”.
The works published by Routledge are indexed both in Scopus and Web of Science databases.
Series editors: Alexander Semyonov, Professor of History at the Higher School of Economics in St Petersburg and Ronald Grigor Suny, Professor of History at the University of Michigan and at the Higher School of Economics in St Petersburg.
The series will publish original, high-quality, research-level work by both new and established scholars on a wide range of subjects related to Russian, Soviet and post-Soviet empires. It will cover work on the imperial peripheries as well as the imperial centre, on social, religious and marginal groups and the lived experiences of empire as well as politics and imperial elites, and on legal and constitutional frameworks and the intellectual underpinnings of empire. By highlighting the experiences of Russia and the Soviet Union as empires, from the perspectives both of great power politics and also the government of large, diverse populations, the series will contribute a great deal to wider historical studies of empire and colonialism, where much of the focus has concentrated on Western European countries and their overseas colonies. Besides the work of Western scholars, the series will include books from a new rising generation of very promising young historians from the region itself. Works of synthesis, reference books, and student textbooks will also be considered.