Sukhova Olga Aleksandrovna

 

 

ORCID 0000-0003-0658-736X   ResearcherID S-4085-2016   SCOPUS ID 57193094045

WORK ADDRESS
Penza State University
Penza, Lermontov St., 37
Phone: +79272892041
E-mail: savtemp@yandex.ru

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS
1991 - Diploma of Higher Education with qualification “History and Soviet Law”, teacher of history, social studies and Soviet law, Penza State Pedagogical University named after V.G. Belinsky
1991-1996 - Trainee Teacher, Assistant at the Department of History of the USSR and Soviet Law of Penza State Pedagogical Institute (until 1994) / Penza State Pedagogical University (PSPU) named after V.G. Belinsky
1996-1998 – Post-graduate student of PSPU named after V.G. Belinsky
1998-1999 - Senior Lecturer at the Department of History of the USSR and Soviet Law, PSPU named after V.G. Belinsky
1998 - Candidate of Historical Sciences
2001 - Associate Professor
2008 – Doctor of Historical Sciences
1999-2010 - Associate Professor at the Department of Modern History of Russia and Regional Studies, PSPU named after V.G. Belinsky
2010-2013 - Head of the Department of Modern History of Russia and Regional Studies, PSPU named after V.G. Belinsky / Penza State University (PSU)
2012 - Professor
2013-2016 - Professor at the Department of History of Russia, Regional History and Methods of Teaching History

PRESENT POSITION
Dean of the Faculty of History, Languages and Literary, Pedagogical Institute named after V.G. Belinsky of PSU

RESEARCH INTERESTS
The agrarian history of Russia, the Volga region, the Penza region in the second half of the 19th and the first third of the 20th centuries (everyday life; social ideas; labor ethics; material and spiritual culture; religiousness of the peasantry; holiday culture; political ideal and attitude to power; participation in social and political life; gender aspect of everyday life; community institutions; modes of communication; forms of economic and social organization; social resistance; social conflicts and other forms of interaction within the peasantry society; “world view”; world perception by the peasantry; ethnic peculiarities of peasant everyday life).

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND GRANTS
• The main RFBR competition: 18-09-00125 “Economy and practices of social interaction in the Soviet village in the context of the mobilization economy of the USSR in 1930s-early 1950s”, 2017-2019
• The main RFH competition: 16-31-00009 a1 “Soviet society in conditions of socio-cultural transformation (second half of the 1970s-early 1990s.)”, 2016 - 2017
• RFH Grant: 14-11-58005 а(р) “Culture of the everyday life of the peoples of the Penza region in the twentieth century as a factor in the formation of historical memory”, 2014 - 2015
• The main RFH competition, 2007, №07-01-16052d “Ten myths of peasant consciousness: essays of the history of social psychology and mentality of the Russian peasantry (late XIX-early XX century) (based on the Middle Volga materials)”

TRAINING OF HIGHLY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL
Four Candidates of Sciences

MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
• Branch of the Russian Historical Society in Penza
• Penza Regional Branch of the Russian Military Historical Society

MEMBERSHIP IN EDITORIAL BOARDS OF JOURNALS
University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities

INVITED AND PLENARY REPORTS AT CONFERENCES
1. Organization and holding of International Scientific and Practical Conference “1917 in the Russian Province” (with the support of the History of Fatherland Foundation)
2. Sukhova O.A. Political Practices of Revolutionary Time: 1917 in the Provinces of the Middle Volga Region. International Scientific Conference “The Great Russian Revolution of 1917: Problems of History and the Problems of Teaching” (Moscow, Moscow Pedagogical State University, April 24-25, 1917)
3. Sukhova O.A. “Community revolution” in Russia: social psychology and behavior of the peasantry in the first decades of the twentieth century. International Scientific Conference “History of Stalinism: the peasantry and power”. Ural Federal University, Ural State University named after A.M. Gorky, Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center, Boris Yeltsin Ural Center, the State Archives of the Russian Federation and the Memorial International Society. September 29 – October 2, 2010. Russia, Ekaterinburg
4. Sukhova O.A. Gender aspects of peasant “rebellion” in Russia at the beginning of the 20th century (based on the Middle Volga materials). IV International Scientific Conference of RAIZhI and RAS IEA: “Private and Public: Gender Aspect”. The RAS N. N. Miklouho-Maklay Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology. October 20- 22, 2011. Russia, Yaroslavl
5. Sukhova O.A. The problem of “impoverishment of the agricultural center of Russia” in historiography and peasant consciousness. XXXIII session of the Symposium on the Agrarian History of Eastern Europe “Typology and features of agrarian development of Russia and Eastern Europe X-XXI centuries”. Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Scientific Council on Problems of Agrarian History of the Russian Academy of Sciences. September 19-21, 2012. Russia, Bryansk.
6. Sukhova O.A. Peasantry and the Taxation System in the Conditions of the Revolution in Russia: Opportunities and Adaptation Limits. XXXIV Session of the Symposium on the Agrarian History of Eastern Europe “Fiscal Policy and Tax-Compulsory Practices in the Agrarian History of Russia in the X-XXI Centuries”. Scientific Council on Agrarian History of Eastern Europe, Department of History and Philology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Samara State University. September 23-26, 2014. Russia, Samara.
7. Sukhova O.A. The history of the daily life of the First World War: methodology and sources. International Scientific Conference “Problems of search and publication of Russian and foreign sources about the First World War 1914-1918 at the present stage of the development of historical science”. Russian Society of Historians and Archivists. June 18, 2014. Russia, Moscow.
8. Sukhova O.A. “High prices” as a factor in the everyday life of the First World War (based on the Middle Volga materials). International Scientific Conference “The Great War and the European North of Russia (on the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War I)”. The Russian Association of Historians of the First World War, the Government of the Arkhangelsk region, the Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, Association of Civil War Researchers in Russia, Arkhangelsk Branch of the Russian Society of Historians and Archivists, North-West Section of the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences on the History of Social Reforms, Movements and Revolutions, Center for Youth Patriotic Upbringing and Pre-conscription, Voluntary Cultural and Educational Society Nord. Russia, Arkhangelsk, NArFU, June 21-25, 2014

TOTAL NUMBER OF PUBLICATIONS
Over 300

MAIN PUBLICATIONS
1. Pavlova N., Yagov O., Sukhova O. “Proletarian Internationalism” and “Great Colonization”: Creating a New National Identity in the USSR in 1920s-1930s.Terra Sebvs. Acta Mvsei Sabesiensis, 2017, no. 9, pp. 355-362
2. Sukhova O.A. Searching for Social Identity: Soviet Society as Reflected the Epistolary Heritage of the Era. Vestnik Arhivista – Herald of an Archivist, 2017, no. 4, pp.101-110
3. Sukhova O.A., Filenkova O.A. The matter of nationality and zoning in RSFSR in 1920-early 1930s: Management strategies and their implementation (based on the Volga region materials) (Review). Modern History of Russia, 2017, no. 1, pp. 62-77
4. Kondrashin V.V., Sukhova O.A. The phenomenon of sabotage in the socio-political context and in contemporary discourse of humanitarian knowledge. Modern History of Russia, 2017, no. 2, pp. 144-161
5. Sukhova O.A. “Car – for private use!”: Car purchase in the USSR during the distribution system crisis in 1960s-1980s. University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities, 2017, no. 3, pp. 60-67
6. Sukhova O.A., Yagov О.V. Imperial identity and formation of the Russian nation: historiographic aspects of the problem. University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities, 2015, no. 3, pp. 52-61
7. Sukhova O.A. Religion, ethnic identity and the unified state political department (OGPU): on the issue of nation-building factors in the USSR in the 20s. University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities, 2016, no. 3, pp. 73-80
8. Sukhova O.A. Resistance, wrecking, adaptation: construction of a new social reality in USSR in the late1920s-early 1930s. University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities, 2016, no. 1, pp. 32-41
9. Sukhova O.A. Desertion during the Civil War in Russia: cultural and anthropological aspect. Bulletin of the Research Institute of the Humanities by the Government of the Republic of Mordovia, 2016, no. 2, pp. 37-47
10. Belousov S.V., Sukhova O.A., Yagov O.V. “Giant child covered by the Upturn”: Memoirs of Napoleon's Army Prisoners about the Formation of the Ethnic Identity of the Peoples of the Volga. Bylye Gody, 2016, no. 4 (42), pp. 1285-1294
11. Sukhova O.A. International Round Table “Russian Peasantry and World War I”. The new Historical Bulletin, 2014, no. 2 (40), pp. 27-29
12. Sukhova O.A. “High prices” as the everyday life transformation in the era of the First World War: the subject and method of research practices. University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities, 2014, no. 2 (30), pp. 53-62
13. Sukhova O.A. History of everyday life of World War I: methodology and sources. Vestnik Arhivista – Herald of an Archivist, 2014, no. 3, pp. 35-51
14. Sukhova O.A. “If vodka hadn’t been not banned, we wouldn’t have got freedom...”. Rodina, 2014, no. 8, pp. 85-87
15. Sukhova O.A. Mobilization campaigns of the First World War in the perception and behavior of the Russian peasantry: problem study results and prospects. University proceedings. Volga region. Humanities, 2014, no. 1 (29), pp. 39-49
16. Sukhova O.A. Local authorities from the point of view of Stalin environment: style and methods of governance (According to the materials of the Archive of the President of the Russian Federation). Bulletin of the Research Institute of the Humanities by the Government of the Republic of Mordovia, 2014, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 46-53
17. Sukhova O.A. “Think what a great joy seems to be like the world “: social perception of the realities of the First World War (according to private documents). Centre and Periphery, 2014, no. 2, pp. 24-31
18. Sukhova O.A. The peasants and the state in the era of Stalin’s modernization: the construction of a new social reality (According to the materials of the Archive of the President of the Russian Federation). XXI Century: Resumes of the Past and Challenges of the Present plus, 2013, vol. 2, no. 11 (15), pp. 28-33
19. Sukhova O.A. Revolutionary terror in Russia: historiography, methodology and facts. The Historical Reporter, 2012, no. 2 (149), pp. 136-173
20. Sukhova O.A. Governors of Povolzhye (Volga Region) and the Urals at the beginning of the 20th century. The Historical Reporter, 2013, no. (150), pp.122-153
21. Sukhova O.A. The completion of revolutionary crisis in Russia: possibilities of methodological and source study analysis. Vestnik of Samara University, 2012, no. 2/2 (93), pp. 17-22
22. Sukhova O.A. “The revolution had begun from women, and it should have ended by women”. Gender aspects of peasant resistance in the first third of the twentieth century. Centre and Periphery, 2010, no. 3, pp. 78-83
23. Sukhova O.A. The traditional methods of communication in the peasant environment as a factor of social dynamics in the period of revolution shocks (on the materials of Middle Volga). Vestnik of Samara University, 2010, no. 3, pp. 64-66
24. Belousov S. V., Sukhova O.A., Yudin S.О. Penza province in the era of World War I [monograph]. Penza: PSU, 2015. 464 p
25. The peasantry and the Cossacks of Russia in the conditions of the 1917 revolution and the Civil War: the national-regional aspect: monograph. Eds. V.V. Kondrashin, V.A. Yurchenkov. Moscow; Saransk, 2017. 1048 p. (in co-authorship)
26. Regional aspects of the formation of the Russian nation in the XVII - early XXI century (on the materials of the Volga region): monograph / Eds. O.V. Yagov, O.A. Sukhova. Penza: PSU Publishing House, 2017. 520 p. (in co-authorship)
27. Soviet people at the turn of the ages: life strategies and modernization tasks. 1960s-1990s: a monograph / Ed. O.A. Sukhova. Penza: PSU Publishing House, 2017. 274 p. (in co-authorship)

 

 

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