Problems of the Journal

In 2018–2019

Main themes of Quaestio Rossica research journal for 2018–2019 are embracing the interdisciplinary approach, which covers different aspects of Russian history and culture.

QR strives to stimulate the authors to interpret the proposed themes in their own way, while anticipating the fruitful dialogue between the different approaches to research. We especially welcome papers which are aimed at the complex and comparative analysis, and are promoting polemics amongst the community of scholars.

  • Ukraine. Issues. The Past in the Present (until April 2018)
  • Religious Non-conformism in Contemporary Russian History (on the Anniversary of Luther’s Theses) (until the middle of 2018)
  • Bodily Imperfection and Spiritual Harmony in Russian Literature (until the middle of 2018)
  • Honesty and Compromise in Art, or How Not to Deceive Yourself (until the middle of 2018)
  • “An Incomplete World”: The Thirst for Fear and Terror in Art and History (until the middle of 2018)
  • Names in Russian History and Culture: From Ivan and Petr to Ekaterina (until the end of 2018)
  • The Russian Elites: An Axiology of Everyday Practices and Life Strategies (New Sources) (until the end of 2018)
  • The Dramaturgy of Russian Identity: Contradictions in the Search (until the end of 2018)
  • Unfinished Projects in Russian History: Utopian Tragedies of the Times (until the end of 2018)
  • Dialogue with Power. The Limits of the Possible and the Art of Forms (until the middle of 2019)
  • Civil War (1918‒1922): The Apocalypse Accomplished (until the middle of 2019)
  • Happiness as a Plan of the Soviet Epoch: Dynamics of Realisation (until the middle of 2019)
  • Bears on City Streets: The Myths and Symbols of Russia (until the end of 2019)

Deadlines for 2018: 30 April (2nd issue), 30 July (3rd issue), 30 October (4th issue). The decision of dedicating certain issue to certain theme is based upon the actual number of reviewed and accepted papers. Therefore, the theme might be prolonged for several issues. The papers ought to be prepared in accordance with the rules, available at the journal web-site.

The paper might be submitted via the web-site qr.urfu.ru or directly sent to the journal’s e-mail, qr@urfu.ru.

In addition, any question could be addressed to the managing editor, Dr. Konstantin BugrovKonstantin.Bugrov@urfu.ru.

Past problems

Vol 6, No 3 (2018)

Peter I's Second Journey: European Context

Society – Personality – Power: Forms and Boundaries of Dialogue

Vol 6, No 2 (2018)

Russia and Ukraine: The Controversial Experience of State and Nation-building

Religious Nonconformity in Modern Russian History

Vol 6, No 1 (2018)

Peter the Great's Second Journey to Europe: Events and People

Art and Diplomacy

Vol 5, No 4 (2017)

Russia and Russian Literature: A View from Abroad

The Russian Revolution, 1917–2017: The Mythology and Reality of Everyday Life

Vol 5, No 3 (2017)

The Russian Revolution 1917–2017 as Seen from afar

Vol 5, No 2 (2017)

Peter the Great’s Second European Tour (1716–1717)

Practices of European Enlightenment in 18th-century Russia

Vol 5, No 1 (2017)

Urban Space: Modernisation and Tradition

The Far East and the Extreme North: Representations of the Russian Regions

Foreigners in Russian Service

Vol 4, No 4 (2016)

Anton Chekhov's Sakhalin Island

The Russian Philological World in International Context

Christianity: Dissent and Conformity

Vol 4, No 3 (2016)

Bolshevism in Brick and Concrete: The Past and Present of Soviet Constructivism

Social Space in Russia: The Middle Ages and Modern Period

Vol 4, No 2 (2016)

Russian Art with and without Politics

Hot and Cold Wars

Vol 4, No 1 (2016)

Russian Contradictions: History and Modernity

Artistic Symbols of the Russian State

No 4 (2015)

Utopias of Totalitarianism: A Text of Hope and Despair

Foreign Investments in Russia: Ideas, Technologies and Finance

No 3 (2015)

Russian Implementation of European Ideas and Foreign Investments

No 2 (2015)

The Images of Elements in the Artistic Culture of Russia

Russian Authorities: The Mechanisms of State Administration

Russia and Foreigners: Interaction and Conflicts

No 1 (2015)

Foreigners in Russia

Russia: Images and Stereotypes

No 3 (2014)

Sergiy Radonezhsky and Russian Religiosity

Russia: Images and Stereotypes

No 2 (2014)

Despotism and Resistance to Violence in Russian History

The Strangeness of the Russian World in the Space of Literature

No 1 (2014)

War in Cultural Memory

No 1 (2013)

The Many Faces of the 17th Century: Russia’s Path to Modernity