Starikov Sergey Valentinovich

 

 

ResearcherID F-6244-2014

WORK ADDRESS

Mari State University
424001, Republic of Mari El, Yoshkar-Ola, Lenin Sq., 1
Phone: +79033267551
E-mail: sv.starikov@yandex.ru

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
1978 - 1983: Assistant at the Department of World History, Mari State University
1983 - 1986: Post-graduate student at the Department of History of Soviet Society of the Historical Faculty, Leningrad A. A. Zhdanov State University
1986 -1988: Assistant at the Department of History of the USSR, Mari State University
1986 -1991: Deputy Dean of the Faculty of History and Philology in full-time and part-time forms of study
1988 - 1989: Senior Lecturer at the Department of History of the USSR, Mari State University
1989 -1994: Associate Professor at the Department of History of the USSR, Mari State University
1995 - 1996: Senior Researcher at the Mari State University
2003: Dean of the History and Philology Faculty, Mari State University
2003 - 2011: Vice-rector for research and innovative activity, Mari State University
1998 - present: Professor at the Department of National History, Mari State University

PRESENT POSITION
From 1998 to present: Professor of the Department of National History, Mari State University

RESEARCH INTERESTS
• national history
• social movement in Russia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries
• history of the Russian Revolution of 1917-1918 and the Civil War in Russia (1918-1920)
• left-wing socialist parties in the Great Russian Revolution of 1917-1918
• history and regional studies of the Volga and the Mari region
• Russian Orthodox culture
• church art
• auxiliary historical disciplines (filocarty)
• popularization of historical and cultural heritage

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND GRANTS
• Honored Scientist of the Republic of Mari El
• Laureate of the Prize of the Volga Association of Classical Universities
• Honorary Citizen of Yoshkar-Ola

TRAINING OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
2016 – Patrushev A. V. Vyatka zemstvo on the eve of and during the First World War
2011 – Akshikov A. G. Zemskaya intelligentsia of the Mari region of the second half of 60-90s of the XIX century
2010 – Tumanova N. E. Formation and development of the technical intelligentsia of the Mari ASSR in 1920s-1980s
2008 – Koshkina O. A. Agriculture and the collective farm peasantry of the Mari ASSR during the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)
2004 – Vasenin D. V. Industry and workers of the Mari ASSR during the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945)
1999 – Ivanov A. A. The pre-collective farm village of the Mari Autonomous Region (1921-1929): socio-economic aspects of the problem

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
Mari regional branch of the All-Russian Society of Archivist Historians 

MEMBERSHIP IN EDITORIAL BOARDS OF JOURNALS
• University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities
• The Mari Archeographic Herald
• Philocarty

TOTAL NUMBER OF PUBLICATIONS
Over 400

MAIN PUBLICATIONS
1. Demobilized revolutionary soldiers and the October Revolution in the village (on the materials of the Volga region). Saransk, 1989
2. The political struggle in the Volga region: the Left-wing Socialists in 1917-1918. Yoshkar-Ola, 1996
3. “Power to the Soviets, not to the Parties!” The Soviet Revolution in Samara in 1917-1918. Yoshkar-Ola, 1999
4. Orthodox churches and monasteries of the Mari Region. Yoshkar-Ola, 2001 (in co-authorship)
5. Panorama of the old city: Tsarevo-Koksha in old postcards and photographs. Yoshkar-Ola, 2002
6. Left-wing Socialists in the Great Russian Revolution. March 1917-July 1918: on the materials of the Volga region. Yoshkar-Ola, 2004
7. Tsarevo-Koksha album: era, city and townspeople in old postcards and photographs. Yoshkar-Ola, 2008
8. The Great River of Russia at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: the Volga from Nizhny Novgorod to Kazan in old postcards. Yoshkar-Ola, 2009
9. Alexander Kotomkin (Savinsky): life, creativity, destiny. Yoshkar-Ola, 2012
10. Pavel Dybenko in Samara. Spring of 1918. Voprosy istorii. 1998. No. 4
11. The Kazan and Simbirsk Left-wing SRs, the Bolsheviks and the Commander-in-Chief, M.A. Muravyov in the July events of 1918. Problems of the Modern History of Russia. SPb., 2005
12. Kazan left-wing socialist bloc in the period of armed insurrection and crisis of revolutionary power (October-November 1917). Russia in the twentieth century: problems of political history. SPb., 2008
13. “Kazan Riot”: Bolsheviks and Left-wing SRs in the period of the July 1918 political crisis. The newest history of Russia: time, events, people. SPb., 2010
14. Yoshkar-Ola is the red city of Russia. Yoshkar-Ola, 2013
15. The Saratov Bloc of the Bolsheviks and Left-wing SRs in May-July 1918. University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities. Penza, 2017. No. 2 (42), pp. 47-60
16. The Penza Bloc of the Bolsheviks and Left-wing SRs in the spring and summer of 1918. Scientific Research Institute of the Humanities under the Government of the Republic of Mordovia. Saransk, 2017. No. 2 (42), pp. 77-88
17. The Great Russian Revolution of 1917-1918: from a new reading of sources to a new interpretation. The Mari Archeographic Herald, 2017. No. 27
18. Left-wing socialist alternative in the Great Russian Revolution of 1917-1918. St. Petersburg Historical Journal. Studies on Russian and World history, 2017. No. 4 (16), pp.161-170.

 

 

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