Russian historian Yefim Pivovar marks 65th birthday

Yefim Pivovar, the rector of the RSUH, a Russian and Soviet historian, Doctor of History, professor, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, is marking his 65th birthday.

Yefim Pivovar started his history studies in 1966-1971 when he was studying at the History Faculty of the MSU, lectured by such notable tutors as Vladimir Drobizhev and Ivan Kovalchenko. After post-graduate studies, he worked at the magazines History of the USSR and National History, simultaneously reading lectures at the Moscow State History and Archive Institute (renamed the RSUH in 1991).

In 1995 he became deputy editor-in-chief of the Historical Notes Almanac. He was promoted to deputy dean of the MSU History Faculty in 1999, to head of the subdepartment for the history of the near abroad at the faculty in 2004, to RSUH rector in 2006, re-elected in 2011.

Yefim Pivovar is a well-known specialist of modern Russian history, economic and social history, historiography, methodology of history. Together with Kovalchenko and Dobizhev, he was creating a national school of quantitative methods in historical studies. He pays special attention to studies of history of Russian emigrants of the 20th century and the history of post-Soviet space.

In 2010, the scientist received the Friendship Order for his progress and years of research. He is also a holder of the Honorary Worker of the Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation title for efforts in education (received in 2005), Moscow International European Prize in Education (2007).

Yefim Pivovar, the rector of the RSUH, a Russian and Soviet historian, Doctor of History, professor, corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, is marking the 65th anniversary.Yefim Pivovar started his historical studies in 1966-1971 when he was studying at the History Faculty of the MSU, lectured by such notable tutors as Vladimir Drobizhev and Ivan Kovalchenko. After post-graduate studies, he worked at the History of the USSR and the National History magazines, simultaneously reading lectures at the Moscow State History and Archive Institute (renamed to RSUH in 1991).In 1995, he became deputy editor-in-chief of the Historical Notes Almanaque. He was promoted to deputy dean of the MSU History Faculty in 1999, to head of the subdepartment for history of near abroad at the faculty in 2004, to RSUH rector in 2006, re-elected in 2011.Yefim Pivovar is a well-known specialist of modern Russian history, economic and social history, historiography, methodology of history. Together with Kovalchenko and Dobizhev, he was creating a national school of quantitative methods in historical studies. He pays special attention to studies of history of Russian emigrants of the 20th century and history of post-Soviet space.In 2010, the scientist received the Friendship Order for his progress and years of research. He is also a holder of the Honorary Worker of the Higher Professional Education of the Russian Federation title for efforts in education (received in 2005), Moscow International European Premium in Education (2007

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