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Konstantin Kotelnikov

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Affiliated researcher of the Centre for German and European Studies 

PhD student at the Institute of History, St. Petersburg State University   


 

 

 

 

 Research interests:

  • Social history of the “first wave” of Russian Emigration in Germany / History of 20th century German-Russian relations
Knowledge of languages:
 
  • German (TestDaF C1)
  • English (B1/2)
Education:
  • 2017 – present  St. Petersburg University (graduate student), Institute of History, Department of Modern and Contemporary History
  • 2015 – 2017 St. Petersburg University (Master), Institute of History, Department of Modern and Contemporary History
  • 2011 – 2015 St. Petersburg University (Bachelor), Institute of History, Department of Modern and Contemporary History
Research and exchange programmes:
  • 05.06.2018 - 22.06.2018    Bielefeld University, Centre for German and European Studies; Berlin (research stay)
  • 22.11.2017 – 19.12.2017  Potsdam University (participant of the SPbU academic exchange program), Institute of History
  • 01.04.2014 – 30.09.2014  Potsdam University (participant of the SPbU academic exchange program), Institute of History
Academic publications:
  • Kotelnikov, K.(forthcoming). The number of Russian first ‘wave’ emigration in Germany and ‘Russian Berlin’ in the 1920s. Herald of the archivist (in Russian).
  • Kotelnikov, K.(forthcoming). Crime in ‘Russian Berlin’ 1919-1933: Underworld of emigration in the context of socioeconomic adaptation. Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas(in German).
  • Kotelnikov, K.(forthcoming). The number of Russian first ‘wave’ emigration in Germany and ‘Russian Berlin’ in the 1920s. Herald of the archivist (in Russian).
  • Kotelnikov K.D. The impact of economic crisis on the formation of the electorate of the National Socialists in 1929 – 1933. // Proceedings of the Department of Modern and Contemporary History. 2016, № 16 (2), pp. 119 – 131
  • Kotelnikov K.D. Reichswehr’s chief general Hans von Seeckt and the searches of an exit from the “Versaiiles trap”. // Proceedings of the Department of Modern and Contemporary History. 2016, № 16, pp. 169 – 179.
  • Kotelnikov K.D. German-Soviet secret military negotiations in the connection with the Ruhr conflict (1923). // Proceedings of the Department of Modern and Contemporary History. 2015, № 14, pp. 147 – 156.
  • Kotelnikov K.D. Xenophoby in Berlin of the early 1920-s: factors, pratices and consequences for the Russian emigration community // Proceedings of the Department of Modern and Contemporary History. 2018, № 18 (2). pp. 160 - 175
  • Kotelnikov K.D. Escape from Soviet Russia to Finland through the memories of Russian emigrants of the first “wave” // Saint Petersburg and Northern Europe. 2019, № 20 (2). pp. 166 - 176.
  • Kotelnikov K.D. Attempt upon the Life of P.N. Milyukov and Assassination of V.D. Nabokov in Berlin (1922): Testimony of the Accused Monarchist P.N. Schabelsky // Herald of an Archivist, 2018, no. 3, pp. 867–881.
  • Kotelnikov K.D. Attempt upon the Life of P.N. Milyukov and Assassination of V.D. Nabokov in Berlin (1922): Testimony of the Accused Monarchist S.V. Taboritzky // Herald of an Archivist, 2018, no. 4. pp. 1163 - 1174.
  • Kotelnikov K.D. Crime in “Russian Berlin” 1919 – 1933 (in the context of socio-economic adaptation problems of the Russian emigrant community) // CGES, WP 2018-08 // Bielefeld / St. Petersburg