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The Dynamic Middle Ages II

The Dynamic Middle Ages II
PhD and post-doctoral training school
Moscow, Russia 7th - 10th October 2014
Following the first international doctoral and postdoctoral school on ‘The Dynamic Middle Ages’ in Moscow in 2012, the Centre for Medieval Studies and the Department of History of the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Moscow) organized second international PhD and post-doctoral training school.
The second international doctoral and post-doctoral school on The Dynamic Middle Ages was a two-year programme with European partner institutions. It was conducted in two phases, as follows:       
       1) 7-10 October 2014 at the Higher School of Economics (Moscow, Russia) with a focus on “The Dynamics of European Cultures and Societies in the Middle Ages”;
2) 26-29 September 2016 at the Heinrich Heine University (Düsseldorf, Germany) with a focus on “Materiality and Production in the Middle Ages”;
Applications were invited from PhD students in medieval history whose research is in the fields of West, South-East and East European studies, or in that of Byzantine studies. Their dissertation projects must be focused on dynamic elements in medieval cultures and societies. It is expected that applicants commit themselves to participating in all three phases of the training school, should they be invited to the next phases by the conveners. No further applications for the next phases will be required from those students taking part in the first course in Moscow.
The first phase of the School (in Moscow) was convened by the Higher School of Economics with the support of the German Historical Institute in Moscow (Max-Weber-Stiftung, Germany), the White Rose University Consortium (UK), and the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf (Germany).
The second phase of the School  (in Düsseldorf) was convened by the Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf (Germany) with the support of the Higher School of Economics and the German Historical Institute in Moscow (Max-Weber-Stiftung, Germany).
School sessions consisted of a series of lectures delivered by prominent historians from various European countries and a discussion of the participating students’ doctoral projects. 
Invited scholars, who delivered lectures and commented on the students’ papers, offering their expertise, were 


Mikhail Dmitriev ( Lomonosov Moscow State University and Higher School of Economics),

Johannes Helmrath ( Humboldt University in Berlin),

Andrea von Hülsen-Esch ( Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf),

Annette Kehnel ( University of Mannheim),

Graham Loud ( University of Leeds),

Eva Schlotheuber ( Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf ),

Fjodor Uspenskij ( Russian Academy of Sciences and Higher School of Economics)

Junior Member:

Dr. Silke Schwandt ( Universitу of Bielefeld).

Director of the School:

Professor Mikhail Boytsov (Higher School of Economics, Centre for Medieval Studies).


Maria Alexandrova ( Higher School of Economics, Centre for Medieval Studies),

Julia Lebedeva ( German Historical Institute in Moscow).


Denis Golovanenko (Higher School of Economics)

Andrey Kravchenko (Higher School of Economics)

Konstantin Meftakhudinov (Higher School of Economics)

Anastasia Melikhova ( Lomonosov Moscow State University)

Maria Merzlyakova (Higher School of Economics)

Artemy Streletsky (Lomonosov Moscow State University)

Polina Vasilenko (Higher School of Economics)

Phase I:


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