Department of World History
Chair: Dr. Natalia Basovskaya
Dept. of World History,
Korpus 5, Room 511-513, RGGU
Chayanova St., 15, korpus 5, Moscow;
Room 10, RGGU, Nikolskaya St., 15, Moscow.
Department of World History:
- Leading experts in the area of European, American, Asian and African history.
- Up-to-date courses "World History" and "History of World Civilizations" (history of ancient times and the Middle Ages, modern and contemporary history).
- Cooperation with leading research centers in Russia (Institute of General History, Russian Academy of Sciences; Institute of the Middle East; Institute for Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences; Institute for African Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences) and abroad (Ecole pratique des hautes études - Sorbonne; Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin).
- Publication of articles and monographs.
- Representation at the Academic Council of RSUH.
- Organization of international and Russian conferences on history.
- Guidance of research work of undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students.
- Graduates of the Department are excelling in education, science and business fields.
List of courses and seminars
History of the Ancient World and the Middle Ages:
Aurov. Source study of Medieval History.
Aurov. Medieval Latin texts.
Basovskaya. The Leopard vs. Lily: 300 years of Anglo-French conflict.
Braun. Witchcraft and the Inquisition in European history.
Bulycheva. Colonies of Magna Graecia.
Volodarsky. German culture of the Durer Era.
Ermolova. Late Rome: Society and State.
Gorelov. History of England in the Middle Ages.
Petrova. Carolingian era.
Petrova. Prosopography as a special historical discipline.
Grechnyh. Religion and cults in ancient Rome.
Modern and contemporary history:
Voevodsky. History of South Africa in the biographies of its leaders.
Zhenin. Historiography of the modern period in the West.
Kalmykov. Latin America as a world historical process.
Molchanov. Source study of contemporary period in the West.
Rostislavleva. State and nation in German history of the 17-20-th centures.
Saprikina. Self-identification of Slavdom and Slavic nationalism.
Shcherbakov. USSR in regional conflicts in Asia and Africa.