Sergey Zatravkin and Elena Vishlenkova published an article about the Soviet historical-medical canon
The Journal of European Education published an article by S.N. Zatravkin and E.A. Vishlenkova "A Ghost Textbook on the History of Medicine: A Case Study of the Legacy of a Stalinist Scholarly Canon"
Joint project "Medical Archive" of V.A. Yakovenko and P.A. Vasiliev
Vladislav Yakovenko and Pavel Vasiliev organized a student project to work with the medical archives of Moscow and St. Petersburg
A new article by Elena Lisitsyna
A new article by the project participant Elena Lisitsyna provides a case study on the production of knowledge about crude oil as a medical resource by a Prussian physician J.J. Lerche in the18th-century Russian Empire
A new article by Vladislav Yakovenko
Vladislav Yakovenko published an article in the journal "Problems of Social Hygiene, Healthcare and the History of Medicine" (in Russian).
Sergei Zatravkin and Elena Vishlenkova issued the article in the Journal of the History of Science and Technology
Chief Research Fellows of IGITI Sergei Zatravkin and Elena Vishlenkova issued the article 'Early Soviet Medicine: digital and narrative utopies' in the 'Kwartalnik Historii nauki I techniki. Quarterly Journal of the History of Science and Technology' by Polish Academy of Sciences (2019, №4).
Elena Vishlenkova and Sergei Zatravkin issued the article in the journal 'Dialog so vremenem'
Elena Vishlenkova and Sergei Zatravkin issued the article 'Doctor’s narrative under the light of intellectual history: Kovno, 1827' in the journal 'Dialog so Vremenem' (2019, №6).
Elena Lisitsyna participated in an international conference in St. Petersburg
The project member Elena Lisitsyna took part in the conference "Russian Science in the European Context in the First half of the Nineteenth Century", which was held on November 12–13 in the Russian National Library, St. Petersburg
Seminar about Alexander von Humboldt's research in the Russian Empire
In the winter term 2019/2020, Prof. Renner holds a seminar, in the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich, about the research activities of Alexander von Humboldt in the Russian Empire