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The thematic issue of the journal, 2022.

"The Civil War" (2, 2022)

The year 2022 is associated with the 100th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. In October 1922 when the Bolsheviks entered Vladivostok the “white movement” stopped to exist on the territory of Russia.

The Civil War in Russia was and continues to remain one of the most important topics of Russian historiography. Thousands of books and tens of thousands of articles written in different times on the basis of different sources and from different methodological positions is devoted to it. Nevertheless, there is no reason to believe that all aspects of the large-scale and tragic history of the Civil War in Russia have been fully studied. A number of issues have been the subject of acute polemical discussions, what is connected with political and ideological bias of many publications and has not been outlived until now. In turn, the result of the lack of a common understanding of the reasons, course and consequences of the Civil War is that a number of researchers focus on the internal origins of the conflict, while others focus on external interference.

The continuation of the historical tradition objectively explaining the course of events and the dynamics of processes in various spheres of human activity during the Civil War on the basis of the introduction of new sources into scientific circulation is assumed in the planned issue.

The issue is scheduled to be released in the third quarter of 2022. Materials are accepted until February 20, 2022. All received materials will be exposed to blind review. The editorial board of the number of magazine reserves the right to a motivated refusal to publish on formal and meaningful features. You can find requirements for articles on the journal's website: http://vestnik.pstu.ru/kult/toauthors/requirements/

The science editor is Angela V. Dolgova

 

"Anthropology of the City: People, Brands, Cultural Industries" (No. 4, 2022)

The contemporary history of foreign and Russian cities overflows by examples of the implementation of creative scenarios for their development. They are based on historical and cultural heritage, which performs as a continuation of tradition, peculiar presentation of local history uniqueness, and as the creation of a new tradition like cultural "bridge", connecting the rich past of the city and the contemporary urban text. Today the field of view of domestic researchers includes problems of saving the material and immaterial historical heritage in cities, and the historical memory of local communities, issues of using the resources of historical and ethnographic parks and archaeological museums. So, understanding the city like a historical phenomenon and a cultural whole, we must to admit of insufficiency of studying the phenomenal core of urban historical eventfulness ‒ urban legends, legends, unofficial toponymy, traditions of folk-spoken (or living) speech, places of memory (mental places), etc.

  In the whirlpool of urban everyday life, these cultural realities did not lose their symbolic and conceptual meaning. The study of historical eventfulness also allows us to way out from traditional ideas about urban identity and focus an attention of researchers on the problems of branding the city and cultural industries. This planned number applies to decide a range of issues relating to this issue, an appeal to the phenomenal core of the Russian city.

   We want to invite specialists of Russian history and the history of science and technology, as well as those who are learning in neighboring historical problems, to send materials to our number of magazine. Also we welcome texts which reflects elements of urban historical eventfulness, a description of the life of historical figures who created a significant contribution to a development of the city (a genius of the place), as well as new archival materials and exhibits of ethnographic institutions, which allow to create geocultural brands for the city and explain the issue of the perspective of using cultural industries in the representation of its historical and cultural heritage.

    The number of magazine will be released in the fourth quarter of 2022. We will accept materials until September 10, 2022. All received materials will be exposed to blind review. The editorial board of the number of magazine reserves the right to a motivated refusal to publish on formal and meaningful features. You can find requirements for articles on the journal's website: http://vestnik.pstu.ru/kult/toauthors/requirements/

     The science editors are Sergey Dianov and Maria Belyaeva.

                                                                                                                                                     

2022: 1 2 3 4
2021: 1 2 3 4
2020: 1 2 3 4
2019: 1 2 3 4
2018: 1 2 3 4
2017: 1 2 3 4
2016: 1 2 3 4
2015: 1 2 3 4
2014: 1 2
2013: 7 8
2012: 5 6
2010: 2 3
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