“Under the Romanovs’ Sceptre: the 300th Anniversary of Russia's Proclamation as an Empire”. “Russian Charity. Tradition and Modernity”. Review of International and Interregional Scientific Conferences
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“Under the Romanovs’ Sceptre: the 300th Anniversary of Russia's Proclamation as an Empire”. “Russian Charity. Tradition and Modernity”. Review of International and Interregional Scientific Conferences
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Anna Volodko 
Affiliation: Institute of World History RAS
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Anna Gromova
Affiliation: Institute of World History RAS
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract

A review of international/inter-regional scientific conferences held by the Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Foundation for the Revival of Traditions of Charity and Charity “St. Elisabethan and St. Sergius Educational Society” (ESPS Foundation) in 2021 is presented. In connection with the momentous historical date — the 300th anniversary of the proclamation of Russia as an empire — scientific conferences were held “Under the Romanovs' sceptre: on the 300th anniversary of the proclamation of Russia as an empire» with thematic blocks: “The Russian Empire: Projection to the West” (Kaliningrad), “The Imperial House of Romanov and the Inclusion of New Lands and Peoples in the Cultural and Civilisational Space of the Russian Empire” (Perm) and “The Russian Empire in Comparison with Other Empires of the East and West” (Kazan). There was also an international scientific and practical conference entitled “Russian Charity. Traditions and Modernity” (Kazan), whose scientific reports focused on the development of charity in Russia in the first half of the 19th and early 20th centuries. More than 300 leading scientists-historians, archivists, representatives of the museum community from Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Perm, Kaliningrad, Voronezh, the Republic of Tatarstan, the Republic of Crimea and the CIS countries took part in the events.

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Russia, empire, emperor, imperial house of Romanov, politics, charity
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07.12.2021
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27.12.2021
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