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Editorial Board

Hieronim Grala
Hieronim Grala

Dr, PhD, professor, professor of the Faculty “Artes Liberalis” of Warsaw University, Poland

Research Interests: History of Russia and Moscow state (16-17th centuries); history of Byzantium, history of Poland-Russia relations, history of diplomacy and intelligence in the Late Middle Ages and early New Age.

Igor Danilevsky
Igor Danilevsky

Dr, PhD, tenured professor, professor of the School of History, National Research University Higher School of Economics; leading research fellow at the Faculty of Humanities / Centre for Source Studies, Programme Academic Supervisor of Information Resources in Historical Studies

Research Interests: History of Ancient Russia (till the end of 16th century); culture of the Ancient Russia, Historiography, Source Study, and Methods of Historical Research

Galina Zvereva
Galina Zvereva

Dr, PhD, professor, Chair of History and Theory of Culture Department, Russian University of Humanities Studies

Research Interests: Theory and history of culture, Historiography history and theory, British history, discourse analysis of texts, gender studies, issues of management in higher education.

Andreas Kappeler
Andreas Kappeler

Professor Dr, Professor emeritus University of Vienna, Institut für osteuropäische Geschichte

Research Interests: History of the Russian Empire, history of Ukraine.

Dariusz Kołodziejczyk
Dariusz Kołodziejczyk

Prof. dr hab. Director of the IH UW

Research Interests: Early Modern History.

Vladimir Milchev
Vladimir Milchev

Dr, professor, Dean of the history faculty at Zaporozhie National University, Ukraine

Research Interests: History of the paramilitary communities in the Eastern and Central Europe (Cossacks, gaidamaki, yanychary) in 17-18th century

Nikolay Mininkov
Nikolay Mininkov

Dr, PhD,  Professor, Head of Chair of Auxiliary Sciences of History, Institute of History and International Relations, Southern Federal University

Research Interests: Russian History of the Middle Ages and New Age, Don History, Historiography and methodology of History.

Lorina Repina
Lorina Repina

Associate member of the Russian Academy of Science, Dr, professor, vice-director of the Institute of the World History (RAS), chief of the Centre of Intellectual History IWH RAS, chief of the Department of Theory and History of Humanities, Russian State University of Humanities

Research Interests: Theory and methodology of History, History of the historical science, intellectual history, modern historiography, social memory and historical culture

Hubert Thielicke
Hubert Thielicke

Dr., Editorial staff of "WorldTrends - the foreign policy journal" (in German), University of Potsdam, Member of Board, Association for International Policy and Law, Berlin,Journey features and articles on political and historical questions for newspapers and journals.

Research Interests: Arms control and disarmament; current international affairs, especially Europe, Eurasia; history of international relations.

Vadim Trepavlov
Vadim Trepavlov

Dr, PhD, leading researcher at the Institute of Russian History, RAS, chief of the Centre of History of people in Russia and interethnic relations

Research Interests: National policy and interethnic relations in Russia, patterns of empires and poliethnic communities functioning; history of local people in Russia (Volga region, Siberia, Northern Caucasus etc.), Kazakhstan and Central Asia in 13-18th century.

Alexander Filyushkin
Alexander Filyushkin

Dr, PhD, professor, chief of the Chair in History of Slavic and Balkan Countries, Sankt-Petersburg State University, editor-in-chief of the International research journal on the Historical Slavistics "Studia Slavica et Balcanica Petropolitana"

Research Interests: Military history, ethno-cultural history, history of discourses and notions applicable to the history of Central and Eastern Europe and Russia in 15-17th centuries

William Hamish Fraser
William Hamish Fraser

D. Phil. (Sussex) Professor Emeritus in History at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow

Research Interests: Aspects of social history of Britain in the 19th and early twentieth centuries.

Janet Hartley
Janet Hartley

Professor, Professor of International History, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK

Research Interests: Russian history and Anglo-Russian relations in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries

Victor Shnirelman
Victor Shnirelman

Dr, PhD, Senior Researcher in the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences

Research Interests: Ethnic studies, nationalism, xenophobia, racism, modern religious studies, social memory