RUSSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY FOR THE HUMANITIES
RUSSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY FOR THE HUMANITIES
 
Academic collaboration

  • Supervisor – Prof. Pavlenko.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2012.
  • Study and publication of unpublished documents and materials on the history of the collapse of the Eastern Bloc.
  • Two monographs have been prepared for publication:
  • “The Kremlin and Eastern Europe 1985-1991” (in Russian);
  • “Eastern Europe and the USSR in Transition. The End of an Era ”(in English, in three volumes) in the Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series (Mark Kramer, Stefan Karner, Peter Ruggenthaller, Efim Pivovar, Olga Pavlenko etc.) (Prof. Pavlenko - Member of the editorial board, contributing author).
  • Supervisor – Prof. Pavlenko.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2016.
  • Preparation and publication of the Russian-Austrian collective monograph.
  • Russian-Austrian collective monograph "Russia-Austria: Milestones of a Joint History"/"Österreich - Russland: Stationen gemeinsamer Geschichte” The monograph was published in Russia and Austria (Prof. Pavlenko (in co-authorship with academics from Russia and Austria) is the author of 4 chapters, member of the editorial board).
  • Supervisor – Prof. Pavlenko.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2013.
  • Studying collective memory, teaching history and perception of the same historical events by peoples of different European countries.
  • Participation in international conferences and publication of the e-book "Shared histories for a Europe without dividing lines".

The project was initiated by the Russian Council for Foreign Affairs and Venice International University.

  • Head – Prof. Pavlenko.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2017.
  • Exchange of experience in teaching and conducting research on globalization issues. Participants from the Italian side: Venice International University, University of Padua, University of Rome, University of Venice. Participants from the Russian side: MGIMO, RSUH, Baltic Federal University, Siberian Federal University, Ural Federal University
  • Participation in the preparation and publication of the collective monograph "Globalization 2.0: New Approaches to research and teaching". M: NPMP RIAC, 2017.

Jointly with the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Research into Consequences of War (Austria), Institute of Global history (RAS), Russian State Archive of Social and Political History, etc.

  • Supervisor – Prof. Pavlenko.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2019.
    • Organization of conferences and preparation for publication of a collective monograph covering the following topics:
    • Organization of conferences and preparation for publication of a collective monograph covering the following topics:
    • The role of neutral states in the shaping of the Soviet policy as regards the CSCE and the Helsinki Act;
    • Soviet diplomacy and the role of the main European neutral states in the strategy of Soviet foreign policy;
    • Soviet views on the economic aspects of the process of preparing the conclusion of the Helsinki Act utral states in the shaping of the Soviet policy as regards the CSCE and the Helsinki Act;
    • Soviet diplomacy and the role of the main European neutral states in the strategy of Soviet foreign policy;
    • Soviet views on the economic aspects of the process of preparing the conclusion of the Helsinki Act.
  • Organization of conferences, participation in the preparation of a collective monograph, assistance to foreign researchers in working with Russian archives.
  • Organization of conferences, participation in the preparation of a collective monograph, assistance to foreign researchers in working with Russian archives.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Pavlenko.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2015.
  • Preparation of a collective monograph.
  • Publication of the article by Dr. Pavlenko "The Soviet Union and Neutral Switzerland: Concerns and Hopes in 1989".

Jointly with the University of Konstanz (Germany).

  • Supervisor – Prof. Pavlenko.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2012.
  • Teaching students at RSUH and the University of Konstanz with an option of obtaining double diplomas.
  • Teaching students of the University of Konstanz at RSUH for one semester, organizing joint defenses of Master's theses.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Zhuravleva.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2017.
  • Preparation of a series of academic publications for reprint.
  • Preparation for publication and academic commentary of a series of 25 travelogues of the Americans who visited Russia in 1914-1921 (Slavica Publishers).
  • Preparation for publication and academic commentary of a series of 25 travelogues of the Americans who visited Russia in 1914-1921 (Slavica Publishers).
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2009.
  • Academic research and M.A. program in the field of international protection of human rights.
  • Preparation of academic and educational materials, organization of international academic events, supervision of M.A. theses.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Logunov.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2015
  • Joint research in the field of political design in Europe and Russia, organization of joint Summer schools.
  • Organization of the event "Political design of integration and disintegration: geopolitical space of Europe and Russia", organization of the International Annual Workshop "Summer School" RSUH (Russia) and the University of Bremen (Germany), publication of the collective monograph "Cultural modeling of modern European design".
  • Supervisor – Dr. Belyaev.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2015.
  • Documentation and analysis of Mayan hieroglyphic texts (photographing, drawing, three-dimensional scanning) and their subsequent indentification, preparation of a new edition of the Mayan Codices (Madrid, Paris, Dresden) with the participation of European and Mexican research groups.
  • Analysis of hieroglyphic texts of the National Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography of Guatemala, analysis and reconstruction of text and images in the Codices using new technologies, paleographic and iconographic analysis of manuscripts, preparation of transliteration and transcription of texts.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Khorkhordina.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2012.
  • Joint scientific research, organizing academic events, teaching M.A. students.
  • Publication of the glossary of French-Russian archival terms.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Lanskoy.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2016.
  • The accumulation of knowledge necessary to ensure long-term preservation of authentic documents in electronic format and creation of the foundation for standards, policies, strategies and action plans that can ensure the preservation of such materials and provide users with proof of their authenticity.
  • Research on the topic "Audiovisual archives in electronic environment"; organization of academic events.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Tyupa.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2016.
  • Preparation and updating of an online reference book on narratology, including articles on concepts and theories that are fundamental to narratology and to the study of the narrative.
  • Publication of the international interdisciplinary electronic journal Narratorium, conducting international academic seminars.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Repina.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2013.
  • Preparation of the multi-volume collective edition “Contemporary International Historiography and Its Further Development” (Beijing, Ch. Ed. - Prof. Chen Chinong).
  • Academic consultation for the joint project with the World History Institute of the Academy of Social Sciences of the PRC: preparation of the multi-volume collective edition "Contemporary International Historiography and Its Further Development".
  • Supervisors – Dr. Korchinsky, Dr. Lileev.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2016.
  • Conducting research in the field of historical semantics of nihilism in German and Russian literature and intellectual culture, reception of the “St. Petersburg text” in Germany, narratives of deviation in German-Russian academic and cultural exchange of the XIX-XX centuries.
  • Preparation of academic articles for publication, organization of joint academic events and public lectures read by foreign experts.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Kemper.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2018.
  • The international graduate and postgraduate program researches the rich tradition of national, bilateral and international academic research in the field of German-Russian cultural contacts and aims to create an innovative concept of interdisciplinary and international studies of cultural transfer.
  • Organization of educational and research process on the territory of the Russian Federation. Joint dissertation defense.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Neklyudov
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2003
  • Organization of International School-Conferences on Folklore Studies, Sociolinguistics and Cultural Anthropology for Young Academics.
  • International School-Conferences on Folklore Studies, Sociolinguistics and Cultural Anthropology are held annually.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Rostislavleva.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2006.
  • Permanent program of international cooperation with Humboldt University (Berlin, Germany) and Freie Universität Berlin (Berlin, Germany).
  • Organization of joint international conferences.
The project is part of the Horizon 2020 program. Project participants: University of Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne (France); University of Leipzig (Germany); University of Birmingham (UK), etc.

  • Supervisors – Prof. Pavlenko, Prof. Zabotkina.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2015.
  • Study of the processes of socialization and integration of children born during the war, in conflict and post-conflict situations, the role of state organs and non-governmental organizations in this process.
  • Conducting research in the following areas: experience of children born during the war in a historical context; children, conflicts and memory; children, education and citizenship; children and society. RSUH acts as an academic base for internships and research for foreign experts and students, provides academic consulting for the organization of seminars on the project topics abroad.

Intra- and Inter-Societal Sources of Instability in the Caucasus (ISSICEU) within the framework of the European Commission’s Seventh Framework research program. Subproject "Religion as a source of social capital, trust and democratic participation"

  • Supervisor – Prof. Agajanyan.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2014
  • Study of various aspects of the current situation in the Caucasus and the surrounding countries as part of a consortium of eight research institutions based in Germany, Switzerland, Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan and the Russian Federation. The ISSICEU Consortium is led by the Center for Governance and Culture in Europe at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland).
  • Publications: Agadjanian "Ethnicity, nation and religion: academic paradigms and reality of the South Caucasus" // State, religion, church in Russia and abroad. 2016; A. Agadjanian, T. Matosyan. Prosociality in the South Caucasus: Does religion matter? 2018
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2014.
  • Engaging academics, diplomats, historians, strategy specialists and decision makers to determine the origins of European scientific diplomacy and develop its conceptual framework.
  • Materials developed during the work on the project.
  • Supervisor - Prof. Kemper)
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2015
  • Implementation of the joint Master's program
  • The main goal of the project is to implement a joint Master's program at RSUH (organization of lectures, seminars, research). RSUH has been a full member of the Consortium since 2018.
  • Supervisor – Prof. Shkarenkov.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2018
  • The goal of the project is to create a joint graduate program for students working on dissertations related to literature. RSUH holds a number of educational and academic events.
  • Academic supervision of international graduate students, organization of educational and academic events for graduate students of member universities on the subject "Literature of the peoples of foreign countries and Russian literature".
  • Supervisor - Prof. Zabotkina.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2006
  • Implementation of research projects; development of academic mobility (exchange of faculty members); organization of joint conferences, symposia and seminars; organization of the exchange of information, academic publications and educational literature.
  • Brief description of the organization’s contribution to the collaboration
    • The Präsens project in conjunction with the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. 
    • As part of the project, the Russian-German seminar “Präsens” was held: Category "Present" in interdisciplinary aspect (March 29-30, 2011).  
    • Round table "Cognitive diversity as a direction of research in the humanities", March 31, 2014.
    • On March 27-28, 2018, RSUH hosted the international conference “Cognitive mechanisms and discursive strategies to overcome socio-cultural threats".
  • Supervisor - Prof. Zabotkina.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2018.
  • Organization of joint research; exchange of publications and educational literature.
  • International round table "Integration Processes in Cognitive Sciences” April 2-4, 2012 (with Professor Stephen Cowley from the University of Southern Denmark) – On March 27-28, 2018, RSUH held the international conference "Cognitive mechanisms and discursive strategies to overcome socio-cultural threats". The conference facilitated the interaction between various disciplines of the humanities and methods of cognitive science for developing mechanisms to overcome socio-cultural threats. The conference was attended by leading experts in the field of cognitive research in Russia and Europe. A presentation was made by Dr. Stephen Cowley, Language and Communication Department, University of Southern Denmark
  • Supervisor - Prof. Zabotkina.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2014.
  • Development of the general theory of formalized cognitive systems; design and implementation of applications that demonstrate the capabilities of this theory; employment of the developed applications in the automation of solving various cognitive tasks in the field of data mining, robotics, medicine, etc.
  • Brief description of the organization’s contribution to the collaboration
    • On June 15-17, 2011, the Russian-British conference on the heritage of the English mathematician and philosopher D.S. Mill took place at RSUH, dedicated to the 205th anniversary of his birth. International round table “Integration processes in cognitive sciences".
    • April 2-4, 2012 - Round table "Perspectives of cognitive research: interdisciplinarity and integrativity" (December 2014).
    • March 31, 2016 - international conference "Representation of events: an integrated approach from the perspective of cognitive sciences".
    • April 10-11, 2017 - conference "An integrated approach to representing knowledge from the perspective of cognitive sciences".
    • March 27-28, 2018 - international conference "Cognitive mechanisms and discursive strategies to overcome socio-cultural threats".
  • Supervisor – Prof. Glukhareva.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2015.
  • Conducting research in the field of interaction between European and international law.
  • Formation of a group of young graduate students at the Department of International Law of RSUH in order to identify the interaction between the international and European law. Publication of a monograph on this topic.
  • Supervisor - Prof. Rostislavleva.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2009.
  • Definition of the features of the eras of German history.
  • Publication of articles in the collection "Humboldt Readings" (Humboldt Readings: Materials of the international conference September 24-25, 2009. M., 2010).
  • Supervisor - Prof. Rostislavleva.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2018.
  • Study of perception of Soviet heritage in different historical traditions.
  • Organization of the round table at RSUH "Soviet Heritage in the Historical Memory of Russia and Germany". Organization of joint international conferences and preparation of conference materials for publication.
  • Supervisor - Prof. Rostislavleva.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2005.
  • Research into the history and present of Germany and Russia in a state of global challenges.
  • Organization of a series of student scientific forums "Globalization and Identity" (I-IV forums, 2004-2007), the materials of the Forums are published in the collections "Globalization and Identity".
  • Supervisor - Prof. Rostislavleva.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2008.
  • Analysis of the reception of the heritage of Humboldt in Russia and Germany.
  • Student conference "Reception of the heritage of Wilhelm von Humboldt in Russia and Germany" (2008) was held and a collection of articles “The concept of Wilhelm von Humboldt and its significance for the internationalization of higher education” (M., 2008) was published.
  • Supervisor - Prof. Rostislavleva.
  • Year of entry into the collaboration – 2013.
  • Understanding of the processes of international academic mobility within the framework of cooperation between RSUH and the Institute of Slavic Studies of Humboldt University.
  • International Conference "Focus on Academic Mobility: RSUH and Humboldt University in My Career" (2013). - Round table "Intercultural dialogue in university education (to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the signing of the cooperation agreement between RSUH and Humboldt University)" (2016). Publication of studies by German students in RSUH journals.