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Book
Place and Nature: Essays in Russian Environmental History

Edited by: D. Moon, N. Breyfogle, A. Bekasova.

White Horse Press, 2021.

Book chapter
Lev Trotskii’s Experiences of Autobiography: My Life and Its Antecedents

Reznik A.

In bk.: Personal Trajectories In Russia’s Great War And Revolution, 1914–22. Biographical Itineraries, Individual Experiences, Autobiographical Reflections. Vol. 9: Russia's Great War and Revolution. Slavica Publishers, 2021. P. 333-353.

Working paper
THE ISSUES OF CULTURAL HIERARCHIES IN EARLY MODERN ETHNOGRAPHY BASED ON THE ACCOUNTS BY PETRUS PETREJUS, PAUL RYCAUT, FYNES MORYSON, AND JOHN DAVIES

Selin A. A., Байгушев С. В., Levin F. et al.

Working Papers of Humanities. WP. Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2020. No. 197.

Visiting Professor Sergey Glebov Opens the New Season of Graduate Master Classes

A series of thematic graduate master classes launched at the Department of History  a year ago resumed with the sessions organized by Visiting Professor Sergey Glebov (Smith College and Amherst College, MA).

November 19 meetings discussed citizenship in Russia and the Soviet Union. The master classes gathered a larger than usual audience, its numbers strengthened by the new intake of PhD students as well as postdoctoral fellow Anton Kotenko and visiting research student from the University of British Columbia Dmitry Mordvinov.

 Graduate master classes at the Department of History are known for challenging reading assignments and intense discussions. While the doctoral students have learned to cope with the reading on their own, the success of the lengthy discussion was largely due to Professor Glebov’s mastery. Apart from giving a critical review of current scholarly approaches to citizenship and subjecthood in Russia and the USSR, the master classes examined the topic from the point of view of comparative history.