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CURRICULUM VITAE

YURY ZARETSKIY

Professor

Faculty of Humanities

National Research University Higher School of Economics

Ul. Myasnitskaya 20

Moscow 101000, Russia

Phone: +7 (495) 771 3232

E-mail: yzaretsky@hse.ru
Degrees


  • Doktorskaia (Habilitation) in History, Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow – 2005. Thesis title: “Individual in European Autobiographies: from the Middle Ages to Modern Times”

  • Kandidatskaia (Ph.D.) in History, Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow – 1993. Thesis title: “Renaissance Autobiography and Individual Self-Consciousness: Aenea Silvio Piccolomini (Pius II)”

  • Diploma in History and English Language, Rostov-on-Don Teachers College – 1976. Thesis title: “Religion in Italian Renaissance Thought”


Employment

  • Professor of History, National Research University Higher School of Economics 2005 – present
  • Senior Research Fellow, Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2003 – 2004

  • Research Associate, Russian State University for the Humanities, 2000 – 2003

  • Associate Professor in History, Nizhnii Novgorod State University, 1999 – 2000

  • Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor in History, Taganrog Pedagogical Institute, 1988 – 1998

  • Senior Lecturer in History, Taganrog Musical College, 1983 – 1988

  • Adjunct Lecturer in History, Rostov-on-Don Teachers College, 1978-1981



Courses Taught or Currently Teaching

World History; Academic Communication and Writing (in English); Early European Autobiography; Medieval Civilization of Western Europe; Russian Medieval Life-Writings


Research interests

Theory and History of Historical Knowledge, Medieval and Early Modern European Culture, History and Theory of Autobiography


Selected Publications in Russian

Books:

  • Strategii Ponimaniia Proshlogo: Teoriia, istoriia, istoriografiia [Strategies of Understanding the Past: History, Theory, Historiography] (Moscow: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2011, 384 pp.)

  • Avtobiograficheskie Ia: ot Avgustina do Avvakuma [Autobiographical Selves: from Saint Augustine to Protopope Avvakum] (Moscow: Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2002, 323 pp.)

  • Renessansnaia avtobiografiia i samosoznanie lichnosti: Enei Silvii Piccolomini (Pii II) [Renaissance Autobiography and Individual Self-consciousness: Enea Silvio Piccolomini (Pius II)] (Nizhnii Novgorod: Nizhnii Novgorod University Press, 2000, 154 pp.) 


Edited volumes:

  • (with Elena Karpenko) Avtobiograficheskie sochineniia v mezhdistsiplinarnom issledovatel’skom prostranstve: Liudi, teksty, praktiki [Autobiographical Writings in an Interdisciplinary Research Environment: People, Texts, Practices] (Moscow: 
Higher School of Economics Publishing House, 2017, forthcoming)

  • (with Kirill Levison and Ingrid Shierle) Slovar’ osnovnykh istoricheskikh poniatii: Izbrannye stat’i [Lexicon of Basic Historical Notions = Geschichtliche Grundbegriffe. Historisches Lexikon zur politisch-sozialen Sprache in Deutschland: Selected Articles]. Vol. 1-2 / Transl. from German (Moscow: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2014, 1485 pp.) (2nd ed. 2016)

  • Avtor i biografiia, pis’mo i chtenie [Author and Biography, Writing and Reading] (Moscow: 
Higher School of Economics Publishing House, 2013, 252 pp.)

  • O moei zhizni’ Girolamo Cardano [‘About my Life’ by Girolamo Cardano] (Moscow: 
Higher School of Economics Publishing House, 2012, 336 pp.)

  • Istoriia subiektivnosti: Drevniaia Rus [History of Subjectivity: The Old Rus] (Moscow: 
Akademicheskii proekt, 2010, 348 pp.)

  • Istoriia subiektivnosti: Srednevekovaia Evropa [History of Subjectivity: Medieval Europe] (Moscow: Akademicheskii proekt, 2009, 565 pp.) 


Journal Articles, Book Chapters:

  • “Memoriia professora [Professor’s Memoria],” Universitas historiae (Moscow: Institute of General History, 2016, pp. 139-148)

  • “Falshivye uchenye stepeni v XVIII veke? [Fake Academic Degrees in the 18th Century?],” Voprosy obrazovaniia [Educational Studies] 2016, no 1, pp. 245-273

  • “Geroicheskoe ‘Ja’ Benvenuto Cellini [Benvenuto Cellini’s Heroic Self],” Ars historica (Moscow, Tsentr gumanitarnykh initsyativ, 2015, pp. 153-173)

  • “Kak professor Philipp Dilthey otstoial svoiu pravdu (Sluchai iz rannei istorii Moskovskogo universiteta) [How Professor Philipp Dilthey Stood for His Rights (An episode from the early history of Moscow University)],” Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie [New Literary Observer] 2015, vol. 191, No 1, pp. 142-166.

  • “Kak pisat’ istoriiu universiteta [How to Write the History of The University],” Neprikosnovennyi zapas [Emergency Ration], 2014, vol. 98, No 6, pp. 329-338.

  • “Avtobiografiia i pravda: Avvakum Petrovich o Nastasie Markovne [Autobiography and 
Truth: Avvakum Petrovich about Nastasiia Markovna],” AvtobiografiЯ: Journal on Life Writing and the Representation of the Self in Russian Culture 2013, vol. 2, pp. 13-23

  • “Zhizn’ protopopitsy i ‘Zhitie’ Avvakuma [The Life of Protopope’s Wife and ‘The Life’ of 
Avvakum],” Neprikosnovennyi zapas [Emergency Ration] 2013, vol. 90, No 4, pp. 220-228.

  • “S tochki zreniia istorika moego pokoleniia [From the Point of View of a Historian of My Generation],” Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie [New Literary Observer] 2013, vol. 122, No 4, pp. 40-46

  • “Istoriia v Moskovskom universitete. Nachalo [History in the Moscow University. The Beginning],” Neprikosnovennyi zapas [Emergency Ration] 2012, vol. 85, No 5, pp. 179-193

  • “Istoriki i avtobiografii [Historians and Autobiographies],” Cogito. Almanakh istorii idei [Annual on the History of Ideas], vol. 4 (Rostov-on-Don: Logos, 2009, pp. 311-324)

  • “Istorii, kotorye u nas ne pishutsia [Histories that Are Not Being Written by Us],” Neprikosnovennyi zapas [Emergency Ration] 2009, vol. 67, No 5, pp. 261-276

  • “Aktual’noie proshloie: Stenogramma zasedaniia moskovskikh medievistov 1949 goda. Opyt medlennogo chteniia [The Actual Past: Transcript of a Meeting of Moscow Medievalists in 1949. A Practice of Slow Reading],” Neprikosnovennyi zapas [Emergency Ration] 2009, vol. 63, No 1, pp. 77-96

  • “Istoriia, pamiat’, natsional’naia identichnost’ [History, Memory, and National Identity],” Neprikosnovennyi zapas [Emergency Ration] 2008, vol. 59, No 3, pp. 39-48

  • “Svidetelstva o sebe: Novye issledovamiia gollandskikh istorikov [Self-testimonies: New studies of Dutch Historians],” Sotsialnaia istoriia 2008. Ezhegodnik [Social History 2008. A Yearbook] (Saint-Petersburg: Aletheia, 2008, pp. 329-340).

  • “Detstvo v zapadnoevropeiskikh avtobiografiiakh: Ot Srednikh vekov k Novomu vremeni [Childhood in European Autobiographies: From the Middle Ages to Modern Times],” Neprikosnovennyi zapas [Emergency Ration] 2008, vol. 58, No 2, pp. 220-231

  • “Zachem pisat’ eto? Pis’mo rimskogo Papy turetskomu sultanu [Why Write this? A Roman 
Pope's Letter to a Turkish Sultan],” Chelovek 15 stoletiia: grani identichnosti [The Fifteenth Century Person: Faces of Identity] (Moscow: Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2007, pp. 250-272)

  • “Pis’metso sv. Alekseia cheloveka Bozhiia kak srednevekovaia avtobiografiia [The Saint Alexis’ letter as a Medieval Autobiography],” Cogito. Almanakh istorii idei [Cogito. Annual on the History of Ideas], vol. 2 (Rostov-on-Don: Logos, 2007, pp. 201-240)

  • “Samoidentifikatsiia ili modelirovaniie Ja? Postklassicheskii kontsept sub’ektivnosti v istoriografii [Self-identification or Self-fashioning? Postclassical Concept of Subjectivity in Historiography],” Sotsial’naia identichnost’ srednevekovogo cheloveka [Social Identity of the Medieval Person] (Moscow: Nauka, 2007, pp. 9-21)

  • “Srednevekovyi individ v istoricheskoi antropologii A. Ja. Gurevicha [The Medieval Individual in Aron Ja. Gurevich’s Historical Anthropology],” Cogito. Almanakh istorii idei [Annual on the History of Ideas], vol. 1 (Rostov-on-Don: Logos, 2006, pp. 405-423)

  • “Evropeiskii idivid v istoricheskom znanii [The European Individual in Historical Knowledge],” Dialog so vremenem. Al’manakh intellektualnoi istorii [Dialog with Time. Miscellany on Intellectual History] 2005, vol. 15, pp. 110-149

  • “Teoriia literaturnykh zhanrov i nekotorye voprosy istoricheskogo izucheniia avtobiograficheskikh tekstov [Theory of Literary Genres and Some Questions of Historical Approach to Autobiographical Texts],” Novyi obraz istoricheskoi nauki v vek globalizatsii i informatizatsii [New Image of Historical Science in the Age of Globalization and Informatization] (Moscow: Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2005, pp. 159-173)

  • “Evreiskaia kupchikha iz Gamburga o sebe i svoikh detiakh [A Jewish Merchant Woman from Hamburg about Her Children and Herself],” Chelovek XVII stoletiia [The Seventeenth Century Person], vol. 2 (Moscow: Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2005, pp. 46-62)

  • “Istoriia v rossiiskom i amerikanskom universitetakh: osnovaniia dlia sravneniia [History in Russian and American Universities: Grounds for Comparison],” Zapadnoevropeiskaia tsivilizatsiia i Rossiia: obschee i osobennoe [Western European Civilization and Russia: General and Special] (Piatigorsk: Piatigorsk State Linguistic University, 2003, pp. 397-402)

  • “Taina monakhini (o skazannom i ne skazannom Knigoi zhizni Teresy Avil’skoi) [The Nun’s Secret (About Told and Untold by Teresa of Avila in Her Book of my life)],” De mulieribus illustribus: Sud’by i obrazy zhenschin srednevekovia [De mulieribus illustribus: Fates and Images of Medieval Women] (Saint Petersburg: Aletheia, 2001, pp. 97-122)

  • “Chitaia Terezu Avil’skuiu: monakhinia i ispovednik [Reading Teresa of Avila: the Nun and a Confessor],” Srednie veka [The Middle Ages] 2000, vol. 61, pp. 185-201 (with Galina Brandt)

  • “Telo i ego kazni (ob avtobiografizme Epifaniia Solovetskogo) [The Body and Its Executions (on Autobiographism of Epifanii Solovetskii)],” Kazus [Case] 2000 (Moscow: Russian State University for the Humanities, 2000, pp. 319-344)

Publications in English and German



  • “Confessing to Leviathan: The mass practice of writing autobiographies in the USSR,” Slavic Review 2017, vol. 76, No 4 (forthcoming)

  • “Universities for Modernising Russia,” Philosophical and Cultural Interpretations of Russian Modernisation, ed. by Katja Lehtisaari and Arto Mustajoki (London: Routledge, 2016, pp. 89-101)

  • “Early Russian Autobiography: Old Texts, New Readings,” European Journal of Life Writing 2014, vol. 3, pp. 44-62

  • “Die Figur der Protopopica. Ein Beitrag zur altrussischen Autobiographie,” L'HOMME. Europäische Zeitschrift für Feministische Geschichtswissenschaft 2013, Bd. 2. S. 39-52

  • “Personality of St. Alexis, the Man of God,” In stolis repromissionis. Светци и святост в Централна и Източна Европа = Saints and Sainthood in Central and Eastern Europe, Ed. by A. Angusheva-Tihanov, M. Dimitrova, R. Kostova, and Rossen Malchev. София: Род, 2012, pp. 47-60

  • “Aron Gurevich’s Medieval Individual,” Writing Medieval History: Essays in Memory of Aron Gurevich (1925-2006) (Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers, 2010, pp. 301-322) (with Boris Stepanov)

  • “Tortured Body as the Location of the Self? A Seventeenth-Century Russian Case,” Räume des Selbst. Selbstzeugnisforschung transkulturell (Köln; Weimar; Wien: Böhlau, 2007, S. 187-196) (Selbstzeugnisse der Neuzeit)

  • [Review:] “Aron Gurevich, The History of a Historian [Istoriia istorika] (Moscow, 2004),” Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 2007, vol. 8, No 1, pp. 177-182

  • “The Academy of Arts,” “Federal Security Service,” “United Russia,” etc. (24 entries in total) Encyclopedia of Contemporary Russian Culture (L.; NY: Routledge, 2006, pp. 4, 72, 79-80, 185-187, 235, 238, 294, 305, 314-315, 329, 364, 389-391, 418-419, 443, 558, 568, 650, 660-661, etc.)

  • [Review:] “Mark Jusim, Makiavelli v Rossii [Machiavelli in Russia] (Moscow, 1999),” Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 2000, vol. 1, No 2, pp. 410-415


Visiting Scholar/Professor

Central European University; Collegium Budapest; Columbia University; European University Institute; Maison des sciences de l'homme; Max-Planck-Institut für Geschichte; Universidad de Deusto; University of California, Berkeley; University of Helsinki; University of Sheffield; University of St Andrews; University of Tübingen


Guest Lectures

California State University, Stanislaus; Central European University; Collegium Budapest; Eötvös Loránd University; Finnish Literature Society; Montclair State University; Universidad de Deusto; Université de Strasbourg; University of Amsterdam; University of California, Berkeley; University of California, Los Angeles; University of California, Riverside; University of Helsinki; University of Maryland, College Park; University of Sheffield; University of St Andrews; University of Tampere 


Major Fellowships and Awards

Carnegie Research Fellowship (2016); CEU-HESP Professorial Fellowship (2009);

Collegium Budapest Senior Fellowship (2002-2003); Erasmus Mundus Scholar Fellowship (2012); Fulbright Senior Fellowship (1995-1996); Kone Fellowship (2013); Open Society Foundation, Research Support Scheme Research Grant (1997-2000); Regional Scholar Exchange Program Fellowships (1995, 2000); 

Russian Foundation for Humanities Research Grants (1997-1999, 2006-2007)



Languages

Russian – native; English – fluent; Italian, Spanish – basic; German, French – poor


Professional Memberships
  • Member of the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies

  • Member of the World History Association

  • Member of the Russian Association of Medievalists and Historians of Early Modern Time

  • Member of the Russian-American Scholarly Exchange Alumni Association







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