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Feliks Levin

  • Feliks Levin has been at HSE University since 2017.

Education and Degrees

  • 2018

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD)
    Institute of World History of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  • 2017

    Doctoral programme in History
    Saint Petersburg State University

  • 2014

    Degree in History
    Saint Petersburg State University

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

09.2016 -02.2017 - scholarship in the "Dmitrij Mendeleev-Programme' funded by DAAD and Saint Petersburg State University, research project "The preceding medieval Irish tradition: patterns of Foras Feasa ar Éirinn'' carried out in the University of Marburg, Germany

Young Faculty Support Program (Group of Young Academic Professionals)
Category "New Lecturers under 30" (2019-2020)

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers

Courses (2020/2021)

Courses (2019/2020)

Courses (2018/2019)

Courses (2017/2018)

Publications17

Conferences

  • 2021
    Colloquium of the project 'Classical Influences and Irish culture’ (Орхус). Presentation: Aristotelian and Ciceronian theory of politics and Geoffrey Keating: challenging the discourse of English domination in Ireland
  • 2020
    Virtual International Medieval Congress 2020 (Лидс). Presentation: The Boundaries of High-Kingship in Lebor Gabála Érenn
  • История понятий: эпистемологические традиции и методологические новации (Москва). Presentation: Категории общности в ирландском политическом дискурсе первой половины XVII в.
  • 2019
    GRACEH 2019: NEGOTIATING HIERARCHIES (Будапешт). Presentation: Linguistic hierarchy and the strategies of adaptation to it: the case of early modern Ireland
  • 9th Annual Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference” (Дублин). Presentation: Formulation of Irish consensual identity in early modern Ireland and Geoffrey Keating’s Foras Feasa ar Éirinn
  • Проблемы глобального в современных гуманитарных науках (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Typology of early modern colonial discourses
  • 2018
    Колониализм и неоколониализм: дискурсы и практики (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Теория естественного рабства Аристотеля и оправдание английского господства в Ирландии XVI–XVII вв.: дискурсы и контр-дискурсы
  • Ulidia VI Fíanaigecht III (Sabhal Mór Ostaig). Presentation: The religious context of the tales of the Ulster Cycle in Foras Feasa ar Éirinn
  • 8th Annual Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference (Белфаст). Presentation: Geoffrey Keating's Foras Feasa ar Éirinn and the discourse of commonwealth
  • 2017
    Язык и пространство этнокультурного диалога (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: «Народ Ирландии» в нарративах Средних веков и раннего Нового времени: редукция и поиски смыслов
  • 2nd European Symposium of Celtic Studies (Bangor). Presentation: The role of sequences and typologies in Geoffrey Keating’s “Foras Feasa ar Éirinn”

Grants

RHF 16-01-008 ‘Institutes, theory and practice of Western European monarchies of the XVI–XVIII centuries

Timetable for today

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Research seminar: the image of "Other" in Japan and "civilizing policy" in England in 16th – 17th centuries 

On February 11, during the session of the Research Group “Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation” two master students of the Department of History of the Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg, presented their papers. 

Twelth meeting of research group: the image of Other on the example of french periodics and enlish colonial "travelogues"  

On january 28th another meeting of the research group «Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation» was held. 

Final meeting of the research group and research seminar "Prussia as a Nation: Strategies for Representation of Origin in Prussian Historical Writing of the 16th and early 17th Cen."

On December 11, at 18:00, the final meeting of the research group and the research seminar were simultaneously held. The meeting began with the report "?" by Associate Professor of Tomsk State University Anton Kotov. After that the members of the research group discussed the structure of the report and all possible prospects for the development of the group.

The tenth meeting of research group: discussion of preprint's drafts

On November 13, at 18:00, a regular meeting of research group was held on the ZOOM online platform. The participants discussed preprints' drafts.

Research seminar «Ireland and the Irish in the imperial project of late Tudors: mythologeme, practices of describing and paths of incorporation»

On Novermber 2 at the eleventh session of the research seminar “Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation” a PhD student of Saint Petersburg State University Evgenii Tishunin presented his paper «Ireland and the Irish in the imperial project of late Tudors: mythologeme, practices of describing and paths of incorporation»

Research seminar: “”Latvians” in Livonia, Ingria and Karelia: describing diversity in early modern time”.

On October 2, during the tenth session of the research seminar “Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation” a PhD student of Saint Petersburg State University Dmitry Verkhovtcev presented his paper “”Latvians” in Livonia, Ingria and Karelia: describing diversity in early modern time”.

The nineth meeting of research group: discussing the results and assignment of preprint-groups

On September 18, during the ninth session of the research seminar “Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation” the participants presented their research reports and created three new groups which will be preparing the preprints. 

The sixth meeting of research group 

On 13 May 2020, on the seventh seminar of the research group “Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation” Gleb Paromonov and Julia Zakrzhevskaya presented a research report about peculiarities of the image of Muscovites in the seventeenth century in the works of Peter Petreius and Johan Sparwenfeld, two Swedish authors of profound academic background.

The fifth meeting of research group 

On 29 April 2020, on the sixth seminar of the research group “Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation” Alexei Vovin, the visiting scholar of National Research University Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg, presented a paper “The image of the ‘Other’ in Pskov Chronicles”.

The forth meeting of research group 

On 15 April 2020 on the seminar of the research group “Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation” Sergey Baigushev, Alexandra Shisterova and Irina Yakovleva presented preliminary results of their study into the image of the Irish in early Stuart sources on the basis of the texts by Fynes Moryson and John Davies. 

Research seminar “The War of the Sons of the Light against the Sons of Darkness: The Other in Abrahamic Religions in Antiquity ”

On 8 April, 2020, the online session “The War of the Sons of the Light against the Sons of Darkness: The Other in Abrahamic Religions in Antiquity ” from the series of the seminars of the research group “Languages for Describing the Other in Early Modern Europe: Social Contexts and Repertoires of Interpretation” was held.

Third seminar of the research group

Third seminar: topics of discussion, papers, transformation of the notion of ‘barbarian’ in Greek culture from Homer to Aristotle, workshop on Classical sources

Research seminar “Self-government and organization of foreign formation regiments in Russian military service in 1630-1634”

On February 12, 2020, Oleg Rusakovskiy, the research associate of National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, presented a paper about the main sources related to the activities of foreign formation regiments in Muscovy in 1630-1634.

The second meeting of the research and academic group

Second meeting: what was discussed at the meeting. Reporting activity. Frederick Barth, Rogers Brubaker - Ethnic Groups or Ethnicity Without Groups?

Formation of the new research and academic group at the History Department

With pleasure, we inform you, that a new research and academic group associated with Medieval Studies will appear at the St. Petersburg Department of History.
In 2020-2021 the research and academic group