Pietro Annanias Shakarian
- Research Fellow:HSE Campus in St. Petersburg / School of Arts and Humanities / Centre for Historical Research
- Pietro Annanias Shakarian has been at HSE University since 2022.
Education and Degrees
Ohio State University, USA
Master's in Russian and East European Studies
University of Michigan
- Article Shakarian P. A. Yerevan 1954: Anastas Mikoyan and Nationality Reform in the Thaw, 1954–1964 // Peripheral Histories. 2022
- Article Shakarian P. A. Nested Nationalism: Making and Unmaking Nations in the Soviet Caucasus, written by Krista A. Goff // The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review. 2021. Vol. 49. No. 1. P. 104-108. doi
- Article Shakarian P. A. Revisioning Stalin and Stalinism: Complexities, Contradictions, and Controversies, edited by James Ryan and Susan Grant // H-Net Reviews. 2021
- Book Parrot F. Journey to Ararat / Пер. с нем.; Ed. by P. A. Shakarian. L. : Gomidas Institute, 2016.
- Book Von Haxthausen A. Transcaucasia and the Tribes of the Caucasus / Пер. с нем.; Ed. by P. A. Shakarian. L. : Gomidas Institute, 2016.
- Article Shakarian P. A. Haze over Ararat: The Role of Environmentalism in the Rise of National and Civic Movements in Soviet and Post-Soviet Armenia, 1975–Present // Armenian Forum On-Line. 2013
- Book Yeghenian A. Y. The Red Flag at Ararat / Ed. by P. A. Shakarian. L. : Sterndale Classics, 2012.
An interview with Dr. Pietro Shakarian, the research fellow of the Center for Historical Research, who has been hired through the International Faculty Recruitment Initiative, was published in the August issue of "The HSE Look" (an English supplement to the University’s bulletin "Okna Rosta")
“Toward a More Perfect Union”: Dr. Pietro Shakarian on Anastas Mikoyan's nationality policy reform in the USSR
On December 2, Dr. Pietro Shakarian presented his paper “Toward a More Perfect Union? Anastas Mikoyan and Nationality Policy Reform in the USSR, 1954–1964” about the role of A. Mikoyan in the formation of Soviet national policy after the death of Stalin in the framework of the research seminar. held by the Center for Historical Research and the Department of History.