CALL FOR PAPERS
The Laboratory of Archaeographical Studies (LAI) at the Ural Federal University (UrFU) invites participants to attend the international academic conference ‘8th Ural Archaeographical Readings’, which will proceed in Ekaterinburg on 11-13 October 2018.
For over forty years, the Summer Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has provided scholars from around the world with the opportunity to work in our Library's famous collections in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies.
I have already heard it said on four occasions in my lifetime that this new society made by the Revolution has now finally found its natural and permanent form. Four times events afterwards proved that people were wrong.
--Alexis de Toqueville, L'Ancien Régime et la Révolution
What do post-revolutionary societies remember and what do they forget?
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 2018
International Prize for an outstanding publication
Jews and Illiberal Regimes in Eastern Europe after 1917
International conference "Rationalism and Mysticism in Jewish Philosophy: Sources and Contexts"
Call for papers
The Department of Jewish Culture of Saint-Petersburg State University, in collaboration with the International Center for University Teaching of Jewish Civilization at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, will host a three-day conference "Rationalism and Mysticism in Jewish Philosophy: Sources and Contexts».
Deadline extended to Feb. 1, 2018.
This round table will discuss a history of various forms of Soviet meddling in American politics during the Cold War. These forms included not only various efforts to support and finance American communists and other anti-establishment political groups, but also to spread disinformation (“faked news”), forgeries of documents and visual materials, and active propaganda “through sympathetic individuals and front organizations.” The major goals of Soviet meddling in American politics were to undermine and discredit American democratic political order, and at the same time, to undermine the int
The program includes five one-month residence grants for young researchers, working on their PhD thesis or preparing them for publishing, and five two-week residence grants for advanced researchers. The program also provides for three residences in digital urban history, jointly with the Lviv Interactive project, an online-encyclopedia representing the history of Lviv through places and spaces.