Laboratory of Textual Archaeography
This laboratory was established as part of a scientific research project supported with a monetary grant awarded by the Government of the Russian Federation under a grant competition designed to provide governmental support to scientific research projects implemented under the supervision of the world's leading scientists at Russian institutions of higher learning (Resolution of the RF Government No.220 of April 9, 2010).
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Name of the institution of higher learning:
Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Professional Education «Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N.Yeltsin»
Fields of scientific research:
History and Archaeology
Return to Europe: Russian elites and European innovations, norms, and models (XVIII — early XX centuries)
Leading scientist's full name: Rey, Marie-Pierre
Academic degree and title:
Doctor of historical sciences, Professor
Professor of Russian and soviet history at University of Paris-1 (France), Deputy Director of the UMR laboratory "Identities, international relations, and European civilizations" (UMR IRICE), Director of the Center for Research of Slavic History (IRICE).
Field of scientific interests:
The scientific laboratories spearheaded by Professor Marie-Pierre Rey are the leading Russian history research centers in Western Europe. The research teams led by Professor Marie-Pierre Rey focus on researching the processes of interaction between Russia and Western European countries, including such interaction formats as intellectual, scientific, political, and diplomatic influence, military conflicts, imprisonment and emigration, and religious quests.
The Center for Research of Slavic History (CRSH) led by Marie-Pierre Rey since 1998 is part of the IRICE laboratory and involved in the LABEX project. The Center specializes in Russian and soviet history of the XIX-XX centuries, primarily – in domestic and international politics, social and cultural problems and ideas.
- President of the association "Les Amis du Patrimoine Russe" ("Friends of Russian Heritage");
- Member of the editorial boards of a number of referenced peer-review journals, such as "Relations Internationales", "La Revue des Etudes Slaves", and the "Collection Mondes Russes" series of publications;
- Napoleon Foundation Prize for the monograph "Terrible tragedy: a new history of the Russian campaign" (2012);
- Drouin de Lhuys Prize from the Academy of Political and Ethical Sciences for the monograph Alexander I" (2009).