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Dr. Pavel Vasilyev

Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
Ort: 91040 Jerusalem
Universität: Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
Mitglied seit 30.04.2012
E-Mail: pavelv@vanleer.org.il
Telefon: +97225608911

Links

https://www.mpib-berlin.mpg.de/en/staff/pavel-vasilyev

Kurzvita

B.A. (Specialist Degree), Modern Russian History, St. Petersburg State University, 2009
M.A., Central European History & Jewish Studies, Central European University (Budapest), 2010 (M.A. thesis title: "Poisons of Civilization, Remnants of Capitalism, or Jewish Disease? Drug Addiction in Russian and German Medical Texts from the 1870s to the 1930s")
Ph.D., Contemporary Russian History, St. Petersburg Institute of History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, 2013 (dissertation title: "Drug Addiction in Petrograd/Leningrad, 1917-1929: A Social Problem and the Search for Its Solution").

Besonderes

Russian, English, German


Wissenschaftliches Profil

Forschungsthemen

history of emotions, history of crime and legal history, history of drugs, history of medicine and health care, social and cultural history of late Imperial and Soviet Russia, history of St. Petersburg, gender history, comparative history.

Aktuelles Projekt

"Emotions in the Early Soviet Coutroom"

Fachbereich

Center for the History of Emotions

Publikationen

"War, Revolution, and Drugs: 'Democratization' of Drug Addiction and the Evolution of Drug Policy in Russia, 1914-1924." In Russia’s Great War and Revolution, 1914–1922: The Centennial Reappraisal. Russia’s Home Front. Book III: Experiencing War and Revolution, ed. Adele Lindenmeyr (under contract with Slavica Publishers, to appear in 2014/2015)

"Medical Science, the State, and the Construction of the Juvenile Drug Addict in Early Soviet Russia." Social Justice: A Journal of Crime, Conflict, and World Order 38, no. 4 (2012): 31-52.

“Evoliutsiia predstavlenii o narkotikakh v rossiiskikh meditsinskikh tekstakh (1890-1930-e gody): Ot 'iadov tsivilizatsii' k 'perezhitkam kapitalizma'.” In Deutsches Historisches Institut Moskau, Bulletin Nr. 6, ed. Katja Bruisch, 53-65. Moskau: Deutsches Historisches Institut Moskau, 2012.

“Modernity, Jewishness and Addiction Research in Late 19th and Early 20th Century Russia and Germany.” Jewish Studies at the CEU VI (2011): 107-118.

“Alimentary and Pellagra Psychoses in Besieged Leningrad.” In Food and War in Twentieth Century Europe, ed. Rachel Duffett, Alain Drouard and Ina Zweiniger-Bargielowska, 111-121. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011.

Poisons of Civilization, Remnants of Capitalism, or Jewish Disease? Drug Addiction in Russian and German Medical Texts from the 1870s to the 1930s. München: GRIN, 2010.

Förderbeginn 2011