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Book
Remembering the Neoliberal Turn: Economic Change and Collective Memory in Eastern Europe after 1989

Gökarıksel S., Gontarska O., Hilmar T. et al.

L.: Routledge, 2023.

Article
Сholera Riots in Staraia Russa in 1831. People and the Authorities: Actions, Motives, Concerns
In press

Belan M.

Slavonic and East European Review. 2024. Vol. 102. No. 2.

Book chapter
The Stolbovo Treaty and Tracing the Border in Ingria in 1617–1618

Adrian Selin.

In bk.: Sweden, Russia, and the 1617 Peace of Stolbovo. Vol. 14. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2024. P. 99-118.

Working paper
The Image of the Past in Ciro Spontone’s ‘Historia Della Transilvania’

Khvalkov E., Levin F., Кузнецова А. Д.

Working Papers of Humanities. WP. Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2021

The Article by Associate Professor I.V. Sablin and Student A. Korobeynikov"Buryat-Mongol and Alash autonomous movements before the Soviets, 1905-1917"

On June 15, 2016 an article by Associate Professor I.V. Sablin and third-year student A. Korobeynikov "Buryat-Mongol and Alash autonomous movements before the Soviets, 1905-1917" was published in AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples.

Employing a comparative perspective, this article traces the development and implementation of two autonomous projects in Asian Russia. The Buryat- Mongol and Kazakh (Alash) Indigenous intellectuals synthesized local ideas and the globally circulating notions of national self- determination, enlightenment and democracy when articulating political unity of Indigenous peoples in national terms. By advocating their broader representation in existing and envisioned power structures they fought against discrimination and protected native languages and other forms of cultural expression from assimilation. This article shows that these Indigenous intellectuals were not silent recipients of the policies coming from the imperial and post- imperial centers but actively engaged in designing and ensuring the future of their communities.

You can find more information about the article on the official website.