“Dmitrii Bulanin” publishing house issued the next 36th volume of collection of articles “Auxiliary historical disciplines” (“Auxiliary sciences of history”/”Vspomogatelnye istoricheskie discipliny”, ISBN 978-5-86007-841-3). It incorporates articles on different aspects of auxiliary sciences of history: the documents on Medieval Russian history, the Peter the Great era, Russian history of the 19th-20th centuries are put under examination. The articles of this book reflect modern approaches to different source studying disciplines (archaeography, diplomatics, epigraphy, etc.). All the articles and materials are published for the first time ever.
This publication has been issued with grant support from the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (project №17-01-16059). Totally not for sale.
The collection of documents “Stenogrammy zasedanij ispolkoma Leningradskogo gorodskogo Soveta. Zapisi obsuzhdenij, zamechanij k proektam, reshenija nojabr’ 1941—dekabr’ 1942 gg.” has been issued by “Art-Express” publishers (ISBN 978-5-4391-0341-6).
Publication of the materials from the Central State Archive of Saint Petersburg is the first one of this kind. The stenographs of speeches of Soviet leaders show the readers apart from tragedy of the first winter of the Blockade tense and desperate struggle for restoration and preservation of the city infrastructure vital for hundreds of thousands of Leningrad residents. Moreover, the published documents shed a new light on everyday work of Leningrad administration in the extreme period of the history of this great city.
This publication is dedicated to the memory of historians, who studied the Siege of Leningrad, Andrey Rostislavovich Dzeniskevich and Valentin Mihailovich Kovalchuk.
On December 13, 2017 at the Institute of Humanities of Novgorod State University began the conference “Russian province during the Revolution oа the year 1917”. The conference is carried out as a part of collaboration between the Yaroslav the Wise Novgorod State University, Saint Petersburg Institute of History and Novgorod metropolitanate of the Russian Orthodox Church. Both lecturers and students of different specializations of Humanities participate in this event.
“Liki Rossii” publishers issued a collection of articles of participants of the International scientific conference “Russia and the world in the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries” (“Rossiya i mir v kontse XIX — pervoy polovine XX v.”) timed to 85-year anniversary of B.V. Ananich (ISBN 978-5-87417-536-8).
It includes the articles of disciples, colleagues and successors of the scientific school of the academician of the RAS Boris Vasilievich Ananich (1931-2015). The major subjects are economy and imperialism in the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries; economic policy and business; internal policy of the Russian Empire; issues of relations between scientists, scholars, cultural figures and authorities.
The publication was prepared with the financial support from the Russian Foundation for Humanities (project № 16-01-14056).
“Politicheskaya encyclopedia” publishers issued a book “1917. Around the Winter Palace” (“1917 g. Vokrug Zimnego”). The idea of this book belongs to Yulia Kantor, who was also its editor-composer. Cand. Sc. In History S.V. Kulikov and Cand.Sc. in History K.A. Tarasov are among the authors of this encyclopedia.
The subject of Revolution is a “dotted line” of the historical knowledge: some events, which took place in Petrograd in 1917, were well-known, but between them there is emptiness. Toponymies, the routes of political figures of Petrograd during revolution are tabula rasa for the most of us.
This collective monograph both raises and solves a number of questions and will be of interest for specialists-scholars as well as for a wide range of readers.
December 7, 2017 at the Reading hall of Scientific and Historical archive the exhibition “Reflection of the Reformation in Europe in documents of the Archive of Saint Petersburg Institute of History of the RAS” has been opened.
Genuine letters of well-known figures of the Reformation from Germany, England and Switzerland are on the display. Among them there are letters by Martin Luther, Philipp Melanchthon, the Queen of Scots Mary Stuart and the open letter by Henry VIII. The exhibition incorporates also some other documents and early printed books of the period of the Reformation and the Counter-Reformation.
The exhibition has been organized by the archivists of the Western European section of the Archive Cand. Sc. in History E.I. Nosova, Cand. Sc. in History N.B. Sredinskaya and research fellows of the Department of General History Cand. Sc. in History S.A. Isaev and Cand. Sc. in History T.N. Tatsenko.
The exhibition is open for visitors in the office hours of the Reading hall of the Archive till December 28, 2017.