Political Cultures in Revolutionary Russia
Faculty from the School of Public Policy and Management at RANEPA Institute for Social Sciences (ISS) have taken part in the conference, Political Cultures in Revolutionary Russia (1905-1917), held at the University of Naples Federico II, Italy.
During the conference, recognized experts and young researchers from Russia, Italy and France presented the results of their research on various aspects of the political culture of Russia in the late imperial and revolutionary periods. The Presidential Academy was represented by ISS professors Giovanni Savino, Yelena Prokhorova and Alexander Gelvikh. Representatives from the European University in St. Petersburg, the Higher School of Economics, the University of Turin, Italy, and the University of Rennes 2, France, discussed the concept of Political Cultures of a revolutionary period across all parts of the political spectrum, including conservatives and liberals, radical and moderate left and right-wingers.
The conference was organized by Senior Lecturer of the English-speaking Bachelor's program Global Governance and Leadership at RANEPA ISS, Giovanni Savino, PhD, and Professor of 19th-20th Century History at University of Naples Federico II Giovanna Ciliano.
“The conference gave us a unique opportunity to discuss with prominent scholars from Russia, France and Italy various aspects of the political and state history of Russia in the late imperial era. We are confident that our initiative, jointly implemented by RANEPA and University of Naples Federico II is only the first step towards further productive cooperation in our research and academic activities,” Giovanni Savino said.