New article of IGITI research fellow Jan Surman discusses the history of Habsburg philology as an "a-political" science. On the example of Theodor Gartner, Romance philologist whose work had a great influence on Ukrainian, Romanian and Rhaeto-Roman languages, Surman shows how mobility, research and politics were intertwined in the Habsburg Empire.
A new book by Michael Gordin, IGITI Chief Research Fellow and Princeton University Professor, was released by Princeton University Press. The book "Einstein in Bohemia" explores the period Albert Einstein spent in Prague, the capital of Bohemia, in 1911–1912.
In the annual supplement to the Volume 51 of the journal History of Political Economy, "Economic Knowledge in Socialism, 1945-89" an article was published by a leading researcher at IGITI, Olessia Kirtchik.
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).