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RUDN Journal of Russian History

Editor-in-Chief: Vladimir M. Kozmenko, Doctor of Science (History), Ph.D. in History, Professor

Indexation: Russian Science Citation Index, Google Scholar, Ulrich's Periodicals Directory, WorldCat, East View, Cyberleninka.

Open Access & Publication frequency: Open Access; quarterly publishing.

Peer-Review & APC: double blind; no article processing charge.

ISSN: 2312-8674 (Print) ISSN: 2312-8690 (Online)

PUBLISHER: Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University)

 

The recommended name of the journal in transliteration from Russian into the Roman alphabet: Vestnik Rossiiskogo universiteta druzhby narodov. Seriya: Istoriya Rossii

Key title officially registred by ISSN Center: Vestnik Rossijskogo universiteta družby narodov. Seriâ Istoriâ Rossii

Parallel title in English: Bulletin of Russian Peoples’ Friendship University. Series Russian History

 

The journal is a peer-reviewed academic periodical. The journal publishes articles of renowned Russian and foreign scholars, young researchers and postgraduate students. It is an international publication in terms of both covered subjects and authors.

The purpose of the journal is enhancement of research work efficiency in the field of the humanities on the basis of the development of scientific and editorial and publishing activities as well as dissemination and approbation of modern techniques and the latest achievements of history in order to realize the humanities mission of a modern classical university. This purpose specifies the principal objectives of the journal:

  • restoration of historical memory and consolidation of national self-consciousness;
  • providing the authors of articles with an opportunity of free exposition of their vision of the past within the framework of scientific discourse, critical review of historical problems through the prism of certain concepts, aspects, approaches;
  • cooperation with Russian and foreign academic and educational institutions in order to extend the information field and exchange of scientific knowledge;
  • while preparing publications particular attention should be paid to materials considering the specificity of the PFUR in general and the themes of participating countries in particular;
  • extension of the authors’ community presupposing involvement of not only scientists and lecturers, but also postgraduates and masters in publishing activities; - improvement of the image and recognition of the journal due to the extension of its impact-factor;
  • inclusion of the journal in one of the foreign indices of quoting – “Scopus”;
  • promotion of the journal in the market of scientific periodical reviewed works;
  • usage of the journal materials in the research and educational process at history departments of Russian institutes of higher education as well as within the framework of teaching the humanities. 

Announcements

 

Анонс номера: Том 16 - № 4 - 2017 г.

 

СОДЕРЖАНИЕ НОМЕРА

В этом номере

ИНОСТРАНЦЫ В РОССИИ

Ермакова О. К. Контрактование иностранцев начальный период реализации политики по Переселению колонистов в Россию (1760-е гг.)

Ганчар А.И. Положение римско-католических братств в Российской империи (на примере Царства Польского и Северо-Западного края) 

Ерохина О.В. Немецкое влияние на культурно-экономическое развитие Донского края XIX – начало ХХ в.

Георгиева Н.Г., Слепцова Т.В. Подготовка кадров к военной и гражданской службе в середине XIX в.: годы учебы историка, генерал-лейтенанта Н.К. Шильдера

Аксенова Г.В. Иностранцы – московские книгопечатники последней трети XIX – начала XX века

Линькова Е.В. Шарль Андре Поццо ди Борго – корсиканец на русской службе, «решавший судьбы Франции»

Давидович И.Ф. Жизненный опыт датчанки в СССР в контексте советско-датских отношений 1920−1950-х гг. 

СТАТЬИ

Василенко В.А. «Урянхайский вопрос» во внешней политике России начала ХХ в. и проблема участия в нем иностранных государств

Гаража Н.А. Понятийное измерение в контексте трудоиспользования советских граждан в экономике нацистской Германии

Рябкова Е.С. Женщины и женский быт в СССР 1950−1960-х гг. в советской и современной российской историографии 

РЕЦЕНЗИИ

Афанасьева Т.К. Рецензия: Гитлин С.И. Воспоминания историка о жизни в СССР и Израиле. М.: Собрание 2016, 768с.

Кузнецов А.А. Рецензия: Котеленец Е.А. Битва за Ленина. Новейшие исследования и дискуссии. М.: АИРО – XXI, 2017. – 256 с. 

 
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Current Issue

Vol 16, No 3 (2017)

Articles
RUSSIAN PERIODICALS AT THE TURN OF THE 19TH -20TH CENTURIESON RUSSIAN MIGRANTS’ SOCIOCULTURAL ADAPTATION IN CENTRAL ASIA
Arslanov R.A., Klimashin A.L.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):347-363
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PROBLEM OF LANGUAGE ADAPTATION OF THE RED ARMY SOLDIERS OF NON-RUSSIAN NATIONALITIES IN THE 1920-1930-s
Bezugolny A.Y.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):364-377
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ECONOMIC “DISCOVERIES” IN CRIMEA IN WORKS BY V. F. ZUYEV AND C. L. HABLITZ: “DEFECT IN DESCRIPTION”
Konkin D.V.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):378-399
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SIBERIAN POLICE BUREAUCRACY IN THE STATE APPARATUS OF ABSOLUTISM IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 19TH CENTURY
Konovalov I.A.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):400-413
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NEW DATA ON VICTIMS OF CHURCH PERSECUTIONIN THE USSR IN THE 1920-1930S (BASED ON THE MATERIALS OF THE VYSOKOPETROVSKY MONASTERY IN MOSCOW)
Balashova E.G.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):414-428
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FOOD PROBLEM AND STRATEGIES FOR ITS SOLUTION IN VLADIMIR REGION DURING THE GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR
Tryakhov I.S.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):429-444
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COMMERCIAL RELATIONS BETWEEN RUSSIA AND SPAIN IN THE EARLY 19TH CENTURY
Volosyuk O.V.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):445-461
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RUSSIA - MONGOLIA FROM THE 1990S TO 2016: ON THE WAY OF STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
Ganhuyag E.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):462-476
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NIGERIA - RUSSIA BILATERAL RELATIONS: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
Adetokunbo A.
RUDN Journal of Russian History. 2017;16(3):477-490
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