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Vitalii Gennad’evich Ananiev

is Associate Professor (доцент) at St. Petersburg State University. His field of expertise is the history of world cultures, sciences, and the arts during Imperial and early Soviet Russia. He is the author of more than 200 scholarly publications, including the two monographs: «История зарубежной музеологии. идеи, люди, институты. (Москва: Памятники исторической мысли, 2018); «Институт истории искусств как центр музееведческой мысли Петрограда-Ленинграда 1910-х-1920-х гг.» (Санкт-Петербург: Нестор-История, 2021).

Dmitrii Andreevich Barinov

is Research Fellow at the Department of Modern and Contemporary Russian History at the Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg. His research interests include the history of higher education and of the student movement during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and the history of the Left Opposition within the All-Russian Communist (Bolshevik) Party. His current research focuses on the student underground groups in Petrograd-Leningrad during the 1920s. His recent publications include: Левая оппозиция в Ленинградском университете (Вестник Санкт. Петербургского университета, 2021, т. 66, № 4), Ленинградская оппозиция 1925–1926 гг. и высшая школа (История повседневности, 2021, № 2), Студенты в коммунистическом подполье Ленинграда (1928–1929) (Вестник Марийского государственного университета, 2022, т. 8, вып. 1).

Mikhail Dmitrievich Bukharin

is Full Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences and Chief Research Fellow (главный научный сотрудник) at the Institute of World History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. His research interests include ancient and early medieval history and the history of historical writing in late Imperial and early Soviet Russia. He is the author of more than 350 scholarly publications, «Нам надо строить заново весь мир истории искусств»: ленинградское историческое искусствознание в дискуссиях 1930-х гг. М.: «Индрик», 2021. (совместно с В. Г. Ананьевым и О. С. Сапанжей).

Lutz Häfner

earned his PhD in modern East European history from Hamburg University in 1992. He has taught at the Universities of Bielefeld, Leipzig, Gießen, and Göttingen. His publications include Society as Local Event: The Volga Cities Kazan’ and Saratov (Cologne: Böhlau, 2004). He is currently working on viticulture in Imperial Russia and the Soviet Union, as well as on the project “Man, City, Water: Health and Environment in the Moskva-Volga River System (1860s to 1941)”.

Valery Valerievich Levchenko

is Associate Professor at the Department of Ukrainian Studies, Historical, Legal and Language Disciplines of Odessa National Maritime University (Ukraine). His research interests focus on intellectual history, historiography, archival collections of Russian and Soviet scientists, history of science and higher education in Russia and abroad, including relationships between scientific intelligentsia and state authorities. His recent works include: «“Мы были в Одессе у своих, но здесь остаемся навсегда между чужими”: письма И. В. Ягича одесским ученым», Славяноведение (2021): № 3, 105–121; «В омуте “второй волны. российской эмиграции. общие и частные моменты в судьбах научной интеллигенции Одессы», Дипийцы. исследования и материалы, отв. ред. П. А. Трибунский (Москва. Дом русского зарубежья им. А. Солженицына, 2021): 92–115; «Письма А. С. Лаппо-Данилевского к И. А. Линниченко», Петербургский исторический журнал. исследования по российской и всеобщей истории (2021): № 1 (29), 181–198; «Из истории русского зарубежья. письма Ф. Г. Александрова А. В. Флоровскому», Русский архив (2021): № 9 (2), 143–164.

Andrei Borisovich Nikolaev

is Professor and Chair of the Department of Russian History at The Herzen Russian State Pedagogical University of Russia, St. Petersburg. He is a specialist in the history of the Russian Revolution of 1917. His major recent works include: Думская революция: 27 февраля–3 марта 1917 года. в 2 т. (СПб.: РГПУ им. A. И. Герцена, 2017) and “Константин Федорович Греков (1890–1947): первая биография революционера,Journal of Modern Russian History and Historiography 14 (2021): 176–224.

Sergiy Ivanovich Posokhov

is Professor and Chair of the Department of Historiography, Source Studies and Archaeology at the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine). His research interests include the history of higher education during the nineteenth and early twentieth century, historiography, and urban studies. He is the author of “Образи університетів Російської імперії другої половини ХІХпочатку ХХ ст.” (Харків. ХНУ ім. В. Н. Каразіна, 2006), and more recently, “The Symbolic Space of Kharkiv as a University City: Emergence and Evolution,” East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 7, no. 1 (2020): 129–167 (in collaboration with Y. Rachkov); Проблеми теорії та практики історичної імагології. український вимір, Ideology and Politics Journal, no. 2 (16), (2020): 7–29; and У пошуках обличчя міста. Практики саморепрезентації багатонаціональних міст в індустріальну і постіндустріальну добу / загал. ред. В. Кравченко та С. Посохова (Харків. Видавництво Точка, 2021. 564 с.).

Evgenii Anatol’evich Rostovtsev

is Professor at the Department of Russian History of St. Petersburg State University. His research interests focus on the history of higher education in Russia, historiography and historical memory. He is the lead researcher and director of several major projects, including: “History of St. Petersburg University in Virtual Space” and “Russian History in the Mirror of Mass Historical Consciousness, 1991–2020.” His recent publications include: Столичный университет Российской империи. ученое сословие, общество и власть (вторая половина XIXначало ХХ в.) (Москва. РОССПЭН, 2017); “Санкт-Петербургский университет в советской историографии и коммеморативных практиках (1919–1939),” Вече, 33 (2021); “The Immortal Host of Prince Igor’,” Вестник Санкт-Петербургского университета, т. 65, № 3 (2020).

Tatjana Kuzminichna Shor

is an independent scholar from Tartu (Estonia). Her research interests include Estonia-Russian cultural space and the history of Dorpat/Iur’ev/Tartu University. She was a contributor to these recent publications: «Хроники русской культурной и общественной жизни в Эстонии (1918–1940). Из истории русского зарубежья» (Таллин: Aleksandra, 2016–2017. Т. III); [Воспоминания Д. Д. Гримма], Из жизни государственного совета (СПб.: Нестор-История, 2017); and «Журнал Таллинн = Tallinn. Летопись журнальных статей 1978–2018» (Tallinn: Aleksandra, 2021).

Pavel Aleksandrovich Tribunskii

is Senior Researcher at the Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn House of Russia Abroad and the Institute of Russian History, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow. His field of expertise is the history of Russian liberalism, archival collections of Russian historians, the history of science, the history of Russian Studies, and the history of Russian-language publishing houses abroad. His recent significant publications include: Н. Н. Платонова, Дневник 1889–1921 (Рязань. НРИИД, 2020), Е. В. Спекторский, Воспоминания (Рязань. НРИИД, 2020), Дипийцы. исследования и материалы (Москва. Дом русского зарубежья им. А. Солженицына, 2021) and the monograph Российское зарубежье и становление россиеведения в Великобритании и США (конец XIX в.–1920 г.) (Москва. Институт российской истории РАН, 2021).

Ekaterina Iur’evna Zharova

is Research Fellow at the S. I. Vavilov Institute of History of Natural Sciences and Technology of the Russian Academy of Science, St. Petersburg. Her scholarly interests include the history of higher education, social history of science and history of natural sciences. Her current research focuses on the visual history of science, history of experimental science and culture as well as the history of veterinary studies in Russian universities. Her most recent publications include, “Historical evidence of the European mink Mustella Lutreola (L.) presence in Białowieża Primeval Forest in the 19th century” (в соавторстве с А. А. Федотовой), Sylwan, 7 (2021). «Профессора естественных отделений российских университетов 1850–60-х гг. и «вторичный импорт» науки,» Современные исследования социальных проблем, 4 (2021).

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