- Postgraduate Student:Faculty of Humanities / School of History
- Research Assistant:International Laboratory 'Russia’s Regions in Historical Perspective'
- Erofey Moryakov has been at HSE University since 2019.
3rd year of study
Approved topic of thesis: Practices of Resolving Conflicts Between Landlords and Serfs in the Russian Empire in the Second Half of the 18th Century
Academic Supervisor: Smilyanskaya, Elena
December 2, 2019. The Peter and Paul Fortress and the Secret Office. Investigation and Exile in the Era of Palace Coups (The State Museum of the History of St. Petersburg). Conference report: “The Declaration of ‘slovo I delo gosudarevo’ by Serfs against their Masters as a Reaction to Abuse in 1741-1767”.
October 24, 2019. Regions of Imperial Russia: Identities, Representations, Meanings (HSE Moscow). Conference report: "Serfs’ Representations about their Region in the Russian Empire in 1797".
November 4, 2016. Youth Scientists Readings on Russian Literature of the 18th century (Pushkin House Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg). Conference report: “The Image of a Serf in the Notes of Foreign Travelers about Russia in the 18th Century”.
September 2019 – present: trainee researcher, The International Laboratory 'Russia’s Regions in Historical Perspective', the HSE Moscow.
June 2015 – March 2020: employee, The Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts (RGADA).
July 2017: volunteer at the reconstruction of the fireplace in the castle of Gombervo (Vaucouleurs, Meuse, France).
2014 – 2016: organizer of a literary club, the HSE Moscow.
August-Decembre 2013: assistant, The Laboratory of Sociohistorical Research, the HSE Moscow.
A new article "The Regional Identity of Serfs in Their Petitions to Emperor Paul I" by the research assistant of the laboratory Erofey Moryakov was published in the fourth issue of the journal "Quaestio Rossica" for 2020.