- Chief Research Fellow:Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities
- Ben Eklof has been at HSE University since 2018.
Student Term / Thesis Papers
K. Pashkov, Generational Synthesis Principle and the Problem of Reflections on Serfdom among Russian Peasantry after 1861. Faculty of Humanities, 2018
- Article Eklof B. The Perils of the Historian: Edward Dneprov and Experimental Educational Reform in the Tsarist and Gorbachev Eras // European Education. 2020. P. 1-17. doi
- Chapter Eklof B. From the Top Down? Legislation and Public Initiative in Building a School System in Russia After the Great Reforms: 1855–1914, in: School Acts and the Rise of Mass Schooling: Education Policy in the Long Nineteenth Century. Palgrave Macmillan, 2019. P. 253-276. doi
- Article Caroli D., Saburova T., Eklof B. «Seeing Like a State?» Innovative approaches to the history of education in Russia presented at the International conference at the Indiana University Europe Gateway at CIEE Global Institute // History of Education and Children's Literature. 2018. Vol. XIII. No. 1. P. 685-701.
- Chapter Saburova T., Eklof B. ‘Remembrances of a Distant Past’: Generational Memory and the Collective Auto/Biography of Russian Populists in the Revolutionary Era, in: Writing Russian Lives. The Poetics and Politics of Biography in Modern Russian Culture. L. : University College London, 2018. P. 67-93.
- Book Saburova T., Eklof B. A Generation of Revolutionaries. Nikolai Charushin and Russian Populism from the Great Reforms to Perestroika. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2017.
- Article Saburova T., Eklof B. In Pursuit of a Different Revolution: Russian Populists of the Seventies Generation in 1917 // Slavic Review. 2017. Vol. 76. No. 3. P. 683-693. doi
On March 12, a seminar of IGITI Centre for University Studies was held. IGITI Chief Research Fellow and Professor of History at Indiana University Ben Eklof presented a paper "Seeing Like a State? Local Governance and State-Society Relations in Provincial Russia Through the Lens of the School". See the abstract.