English (United Kingdom)  Russian (CIS)


«Русский архив» (Russkii arkhiv) - Russian historical journal.

E-ISSN 2413-726X

Publication frequency – issued 2 times a year.
Issued from 2013.

1 June 21, 2023


Articles

1. Evgeny F. Krinko
The Journal “Russkii Arkhiv”: 10 Years of Publishing Activity in the Post-Soviet Archaeographic Space

Russkii Arkhiv. 2023. 11(1): 4-12.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2023.1.4CrossRef

Abstract:
The article summarizes the experience of the publishing activities of the journal “Russkii Arkhiv” in 2013–2023. The 19th century historian and literary critic, P.I. Bartenev, founded the historical and literary journal “Russkii Arkhiv” with the aim of publishing sources on the Russian history and culture. The journal was published in Moscow from January 1863 to 1917. During this time, it accumulated a huge number of sources on the history and culture of Russia, mainly documents, diaries, memoirs and notes of the second half of the 18th – the first third of the 19th centuries. In the 1990s various publishing houses have undertaken a number of projects to publish historical documents under the same title. Since 2013, Academic Publishing House Researcher (since 2021 – Cherkas Global University Press) resumed the publication of “Russkii Arkhiv” as a periodical. The article provides data on the total number of published materials, as well as their specific and thematic analysis.

URL: https://ra.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1689078327.pdf
Number of views: 46      Download in PDF


2. Evgeny F. Krinko
The Chronological List of Articles Published in the Journal “Russkii Arkhiv” in 2013–2022

Russkii Arkhiv. 2023. 11(1): 13-27.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2023.1.13CrossRef

Abstract:
The chronological list of publications in the historical journal “Russkii Arkhiv” was compiled for 10 years from 2013 to 2022. In total, 167 articles have been published in the journal over the years. The list of publications in the journal is one of the most common reference and bibliographic indexes that allows researchers and other readers to facilitate the search for the necessary materials. In this list, journal publications are listed in chronological order, according to the time of their publication. Bibliographic descriptions are given in accordance with the way the authors and titles of materials are indicated in the publications themselves on the official website of the journal. In accordance with the requirements of the Academic Publishing House Researcher (since 2021 – Cherkas Global University Press), in 2013 this information was indicated in Russian, from 2014 to the present – in English (in this case, the names in Russian are given in square brackets).

URL: https://ra.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1689078358.pdf
Number of views: 49      Download in PDF


3. Nicholas W. Mitiukov, Yury L. Kim
Reconstruction of the River Fleets of the Region's Enterprises Based on the Form 26-vod of the Statistical Reports on the Example of the Udmurt ASSR, 1947–1956

Russkii Arkhiv. 2023. 11(1): 28-41.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2023.1.28CrossRef

Abstract:
The study of the composition and evolution of the river fleets of the enterprises of the USSR is extremely difficult. Since individual enterpises were subordinate to a variety of ministries and departments, with a significantly different form and composition of the documentation. Moreover, for many enterprises, their river fleet played a supporting role in production, which is why it could not be mentioned in the traditional annual final reports. In this regard, the search for sources that summarized the data on the river fleets for a certain period is relevant. The paper proposes a method of sequential reconstruction based on the 26-vod form of the annual statistical report. Firstly, based on a comparison of the summary form for water transport and the same form for individual farms, the forms for the missing farms are reconstructed. After that, the composition and evolution of the fleets of these farms are reconstructed. In total, it was possible to reconstruct the ships of about a dozen enterprises of the Udmurt Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in 1947-56. Unfortunately, the method is not without drawbacks. The main one is the complete impersonality of the fleet. Therefore, the names of ships can only be judged on the basis of additional sources. The second drawback is the possibility of combining two courts into one or the possible division of one into two. For example, in the absence of additional information, it is impossible to understand whether the 30 HP vessel of the Sarapul’s Gortop before 1950 and after 1950, is the same or two different ships.

URL: https://ra.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1689078496.pdf
Number of views: 43      Download in PDF


Publication of Sources

4. Ekaterina V. Gomeleva, Vladimir V. Gomelev
Features of Religiosity in the Rostov Region in the Post-War Period in the Documents of the Authorized Council for the Russian Orthodox Church under the Council of Ministers of the USSR for the Rostov Region

Russkii Arkhiv. 2023. 11(1): 42-51.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2023.1.42CrossRef

Abstract:
During the Great Patriotic War on the territory of the USSR, despite the implementation of a tough anti-religious policy in 1929–1941, the spontaneous opening of churches, their revival to life and a surge in the religiosity of the population began. The patriotic position of the Church and the demand of the foreign community to soften attitudes towards religious organizations led to a change in state-church relations in the USSR. This caused not only the establishment of the Council for the Affairs of the Russian Orthodox Church, whose main task was to control the activities of diocesan administrations and churches, but also a surge in popular religiosity. Its manifestations often went beyond the boundaries of the teachings and practices of the Russian Orthodox Church. In the Rostov region, the control of manifestations of the popular religiosity was initiated by the commissioner and culminated in a collection of documents presented in this publication and demonstrating both the manifestations of this type of religiosity and the attitude of the hierarchs towards it.

URL: https://ra.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1689078539.pdf
Number of views: 46      Download in PDF


5. Daria K. Leonova, Elizaveta E. Glazunova
From the History of University’s Everyday Life: Academician V.I. Minkin about the War, Life in the Evacuation and Knowledge that Brings Food

Russkii Arkhiv. 2023. 11(1): 52-62.
DOI: 10.13187/ra.2023.1.52CrossRef

Abstract:
An interview with an Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, an outstanding chemist Vladimir Isaakovich Minkin was conducted and prepared for publication as a part of the research project “Scientists of the Southern Federal University: Yesterday, Today and Always”. The project aims at the popularization of oral history and forms a unique cultural code of the Southern Federal University through microsocial history. It forms a complex of biographical materials about outstanding scientists and employees of the Southern Federal University, whose childhood and youth fell on the years of the Great Patriotic War. In accordance with the goal, at the first stage of the project implementation, the personality of V.I. Minkin was chosen. He is a well-known scientist in Russia and abroad in the field of physical and organic chemistry. He devoted many years to the Chemistry Department of the Rostov State University, and nowadays hу is the scientific director of the Southern Federal University. The scientist shared not only his memories of the family, childhood in the time of war, life in evacuation, but also about Soviet life and everyday life of the scientific community of the city of Rostov-on-Don and the university in the 20th century.

URL: https://ra.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1689078602.pdf
Number of views: 48      Download in PDF


6.
full number
URL: https://ra.cherkasgu.press/journals_n/1689078622.pdf
Number of views: 48      Download in PDF





Home   Editorial Board   Peer-reviewing   Indexing   Publishing Ethics   Statistics   Our authors   For Authors   Contract Offer   Example   Archives   


Copyright © 2014-2024. «Русский архив» (Russkii arkhiv) - Russian history journal.