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Pavel Demchenko

  • Pavel Demchenko has been at HSE University since 2017.


Assistance of scientific work in the Laboratory


  • 2017

    Master's in History
    European University in St. Petersburg

  • 2015

    Bachelor's in History
    Saint Petersburg State University

Young Faculty Support Program (Group of Young Academic Professionals)
Category "New Researchers" (2022-2023)


  • 2021
    “Loyalty, subjecthood, and citizenship: Between empire and nation” (Tyumen'). Presentation: Permeability of imperial boundaries: the relations with foreign subjects in the 18th century in the Russian Empire
  • Россия и Семилетняя война (1756-1763) (Москва). Presentation: Захваты нейтрального имущества и призовая практика в Семилетнюю войну в свете международных отношений
  • Verflechtungsgeschichte des Ostseeraums (Flensburg). Presentation: Entangled Movements of Commercial Actors during the Seven Year’s War
  • 2020
    Trade and Empire: Productivity, Economic Exchange, and Differences in Eurasia (Tyumen'). Presentation: Black Box of Ports: Commercial Practices in the Russian Baltic Ports in the XVIII century
  • 2019
    Annual Meeting Society for the History of Technology (Milan). Presentation: People of ports: norms and practices in the Russian Baltic ports at the XVIII century
  • Oceanic Turn and Perspectives of Historical Research: Russia and France in Comparative Perspective (Saint-Petersburg). Presentation: Merchants, captains and the development of maritimeness in the Russian Baltic in the 18th c.
  • 2018
    «Globalized Peripheries: New Approaches to the Atlantic World 1680–1850» (Франкфурт на Одере). Presentation: Skippers between Baltic and Atlantic: trade routes and networks between the “East” and the “West” in the XVIII century.
  • 2017
    12th Sound Economic History Workshop (Jyväskylä). Presentation: The case of Østersøen in Sound toll registers.
  • Торговля, Купечество и таможенное дело в России в XVI-XIX вв. (Нижний Новгород). Presentation: Торговля в портах русской Балтики во время Семилетней войны.
  • The crew is working hard: Opportunities for Russian-Dutch collaboration in the fields of maritime heritage management and research (Амстердам). Presentation: Dutch shipping through the ports of the Russian Baltic during the Seven Years War. The Russian perspective of Sound Toll Registers.
  • Shipping, fisheries and maritime identities in 15th-19th centuries: Perspectives from Russia and France (Париж). Presentation: Maritime commerce and representation of maritimeness in the Russian Baltics in the 18th c.
  • 2016
    VIII Международный петровский конгресс: «PETRO primo CATHARINA secunda»: Два монарха, две эпохи – преемственность, развитие, реформы». (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Внешнеторговая политика при Петре Великом и Екатерине Второй: торговый флот во внешней политике.
  • Выставка достижений научного хозяйства (ВДНХ-10) (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Балтика как Mare Nostrum Российской Империи.
  • 2015
    Студенческая научная конференция «Ноябрьские чтения» (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Датский нейтралитет в период Семилетней войны – между Великобританией и Российской Империей.


Courses (2019/2020)

Courses (2018/2019)

Courses (2017/2018)

Introduction to Human History (Bachelor’s programme; School of Arts and Humanities; 1 year, 1-3 module)Rus

«Fighting a New Cult: Thing-Theory of Late Socialism» by Serguei Oushakine!

The second day of the international symposium Cold War matters: The (In) Visible Economies of Things, organized by the Laboratory of Environmental and Technological History, ended with a lecture by Russian-American cultural historian and anthropologist Sergei Alexandrovich Ushakin. Currently, he is an employee of the Department of Slavic Languages ​​and Literature at Princeton University. His professional interests include family and gender identity, the consequences of cultural trauma and the collective memory of the Soviet past.

Researchers of the Laboratory participate in the SHOT Annual Meeting

The Annual Meeting of the Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) has been held in Milano and was co-organized by the SHOT and the National Museum of Science and Technology named after Leonardo da Vinci.

Society and the Sea 2018: Investinblue The Values of the Ocean and Coasts for Sustainable Development

On September 6-7, the Society and the Sea Conference 2018: Investinblue conference was held at the Greenwich Marine Center.

Round table in Paris 22/12/17.

22th of December there was a round table «Shipping, fisheries, and maritime identities in 15th-19th centuries: perspectives from Russia and France» in University Paris Diderot. The round table was orginized by common efforts of Irina Gouzévitch (Centre Maurice Halbwachs), Liliane Hilaire-Pérez (University Paris Diderot / EHESS) and Alexei Kraikovski (HSE SPb).

Invited specialists at HSE SPb lectures.19/10/2017.