HERALD OF OMSK UNIVERSITY Series «HISTORICAL STUDIES» 2017 ¹4
Gladkov A. K.
“Paces Civilium” by Marsilius of Padua: a Social Welfare, State “Health” and Functions of a Power in Political Thought of the 14th Century
Popov D. I.
Italy on the Way to the Regionalized State: the Second Half of the 19th – the Beginning of the 20th Century
Matveev A. V.
The Hypothesis on the Existence of the Caravan Way of the 17th – 18th Centuries in the Interfluves of the Irtysh and Osha Rivers
Serov V. V.
From Kolyvan’ to Suzun: Historical and Geographical Identification of the “Siberian Coins” Production
Golikova S. V.
The Participation of Medics of Perm Province in Organization and Activities of Day Nurseries
Kirillov A. K., Karavayeva A. G., Samultseva N. N.
Conflicts Between New Settlers and Old Dwellers at the Dawn of the Great Siberian Migration (1870s – 1880s): Some Features to the Portrait of the Russian Society
Churkin M. K.
Ego-Texts in the Investigation of Peasant Migrations in Siberia: Species and Opportunities of Use
Kadikov E. R.
Expropriation in Siberia in the Early 20th Century: the Work of the Socialist-Revolutionaries and Pseudo-SRs
Zakharova K. L.
Approval of the West-Siberian Regional Executive Committee of Soviets of Worker’s and Soldier’s Deputies as Authority (May – December, 1917)
Sizov S. G.
The Main Socio-Economic Aspects of Everyday Life of White Omsk (June, 1918 – November, 1919)
Gelvikh A. V.
A. Bogdanov’s “Proletarian Science”: the Communicative Utopia as the Precondition of Social Utopia
Cherepanov K. V.
Between China and Japan. The Far-Eastern Strategy of the USSR in 1931–1941
Kozlova A. A.
Features of Peasant Life of the Siberian Province in the Years of the Great Patriotic War
Turlybekova A. M.
The Soviet Fine Arts of Kazakhstan in the Documents of the Central State Archive of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Kabakova N. V.
Normative Images and Daily Practices Siberian Automobile-Road Institute Even and During the Great Patriotic War
Sibiryakov I. V.
Poetic and Musical Images Born in the Fronts of the Great Patriotic War. Sevastopol by the Eyes of the City Defenders in 1941–1942
Demyanov C. V., Ryzhenko V. G.
Ideology, Toponymy, Policy of Memory: about City’s Renaming in the USSR
Krikh A. A., Mulina S. A.
“Poland is Supported by Disorder”: Image of the Rzeczpospolita of the Era of Partitions in Russian History School Textbooks in 20th – 21th Centuries
HISTORIOGRAPHY OF WORLD AND RUSSIAN HISTORY
Mironov V. V.
R. J. Vincent and “Humanitarian” Trend in English School of International Relations
Krikh S. B.
The Strategy of Periphery: Works of M. E. Sergeenko in the Context of Evolution of Soviet Historiography of Antiquity
Gruzdinskaya V. S.
The Unsuccessful Attempt of “Historiographical Renaissance” of Soviet Historical Science: The Activity of the Commission on the History of Historical Science of the of the USSR Academy of Sciences in 1946–1948
Zaitsev P. L.
History of Study of Religious Identity and Invariants of Religious Experience: C. G. Jung, I. A. Ilyin, Yu. V. Balakin
Bychkov S. P.
M. E. Budarin: À Scientist at the Intersection of Several Eras. Researching the Image of the Omsk Historian
Kozhevin V. L.
Omsk Revolutionary in the Format of the Newest Historiography
Melnikova I. V.
Conditions of Emergence, Key Stages of Development and Main Representatives of Modern Western Political Philosophy
Abzalbekov B. S.
Features of Formation of the Party System of Modern Russia: Political Overview
ARCHEOLOGY, PRIMITIVE HISTORY
Shmidt I. V.
Rescue Archaeology in Germany. Part Second – Theses About Addition of New Culture of Scientific Research and Forming of Archaeological GIS in Saxony
Gerasimov Yu. V., M. Zdor Yu., Korousenko M. A.
The Archeological Site of Omsk and Its Environs: to the History Study (1860s – 1960s)
Otarbayevà G. K., Kosanbaev S. K., Kamaldinov R. A.
Reflection of the Kazakh Nation of Culture and Life in the Works N. G. Mallitsky
Tikhomirova M. N.
Traditional Meal of Tatars of Kemerovo Oblast in Present
Seleznev A. G., Selezneva I. A.
“To Live According to Conscience and in Harmony with Nature”: New Ecovillages in the Modern Socio-Cultural Space (Western Siberia, Omsk Region)
Gruzdinskaya V. S., Metel O. V.
“Is It True That Universities Have Survived in Russia After the Revolution?”: I. K. Luppol about the Particularities of Soviet Scientist Relations with the Western Colleagues in the 1920s
Sashanov V. V.
V. N. Beneshevich and His Projects of the Renaissance of Domestic Byzantine Studies in the 1930s
Korzun V. P.
Changes of the Institutional Landscape of Historical Science in the 1990s – 2000s: Omsk Case
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