Quaestio Rossica

This is a peer-reviewed academic journal publishing the results of the surveys in the spheres of Russian culture, art, history, archaeology, linguistics and literature. The main purpose of the journal is to extend the ideas of Russian humanities in the discourse of world science. There are published articles written in Russian, English, German, and French.


QR is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal which publishes the results of research conducted into the history and culture of Russia. The aims of the journal are to find new scholarly trends in the study of Russia, to acquaint specialists in history, literary studies, linguistics, cultural studies, and art with Russian studies from different countries, and to develop international contacts among scholars concerned with Russian studies.

The editorial board is made up of authoritative scholars from various different countries. All articles sent to the editorial board are subject to review. The process of peer review is conducted by specialists of the very highest level. The journal is published 4 times a year. Publication is free for all authors.

Articles in Russian, English, German, and French are accepted. All articles contain annotations in both English and Russian.

A full version of the journal is freely available on the journal’s website, in the electronic archive of UrFU, and via the Electronic Scientific Library (RINTs).

CONTENTS No. 3 2017


Vol 5, No 4 (2017)

Russia and Russians in British Literature

The Myth and Everyday Life of the Russian Revolution

On the Time when Peter I Ordered Beards Shaved

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Table of Contents

Vox redactoris

Lydmila Mazur, Larisa Soboleva
915–924

Scientia et vita

Olga Sidorova
927–937

Problema voluminis

Tatiana Krasavchenko
941–957
Svetlana Koroleva
958–973
Natalia Nikonova, Daria Olitskaya, Ekaterina Khilo
974–991
Gunnar Thorvaldsen, Elena Glavatskaya
992–1008
Lyudmila Mazur
1009–1026
Sergey Krasilnikov
1027–1046
Alexey Kilin
1047–1062
François-Xavier Nérard
1063–1072
Elena Chernysheva
1073–1090

Disputatio

Alexei Frolov
1093–1106
Evgeny Akelev
1107–1130
Mikhail Kiselev
1131–1148
Evgeny Rostovtsev, Dmitry Sosnitsky
1149–1163
Zoya Rezanova, Aleksandra Bub
1164–1177
Liubov Balashova
1178–1196

Controversiae et recensiones

Adrian Selin
1199–1207
Tatiana Snigireva
1208–1214