Lyudmila Mazur

Head of Department of Documentation, Archival Science and History of Public Administration; Leading Researcher
Ural Federal University; Russian State University for the Humanities

NAME:                   Lyudmila Mazur

CITIZENSHIP:      Russian Federation

DATE OF BIRTH: 21. 07. 1960

E-MAIL: Lmaz@mail.ru

AFFILIATION: Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH, Moscow, Russia);

Ural Federal University (UrFU, Ekaterinburg, Russia)

POSITION: Leading Researcher (RSUH); Head of Department of Documentation, Archival Science and History of Public Administration (UrFU)

SCIENTIFIC DEGREE: Doctor of History (2006)

EDUCATION: Ural State University (1983)

SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS: history of Russia in 20th century, study of mass sources and audiovisual sources, methods of historical research

MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATIONS: History and Computer Association, Russia (since 1993), Russian Society of Intellectual History (since 2012), British-French Association for the Study of Russian Culture (since 2013), Canadian Association of Slavists (since 2014), Social Science History Association, USA (since 2014), European Community of Digital Humanities (since 2015)

 

PUBLICATIONS: Total list of publications – 351 (9 monographs), incl.:

Masur, L. N, and L. I. Brodskaya, Evolution of rural settlements of Central Ural in the XX century: experience of the dynamic analysis, Yekaterinburg: Ural University Publishing house, 2006. 564 p. (Rus.)

Masur, L. N. Methods of historical research, Yekaterinburg: Ural University Publishing house, 2010. 604 p. (Rus.)

Masur, L. N. Russian village in the urbanization: regional aspect (2nd half of the 19 -20th centuries). Yekaterinburg: Ural University Publishing house, 2012. 406 p. (Rus.)

Mazur, L. “Golden age mythology and the nostalgia of catastrophes in post-Soviet Russia,” Canadian Slavonic Papers, 2015, 57 (3-4): 213-238; DOI: 10.1080/00085006.2015.1090731 (Eng.)

Mazur, L. and O. Gorbachev, “Primary sources on the history of the Soviet family in the twentieth century: an analytical review,” The History of the Family. 21(1), 2016: 101-120; DOI: 10.1080/1081602X.2015.1031808 (Eng.)

 

Mazur, L. and O. Gorbachev, “Material culture of the Soviet village in the second half of the 20th century, as mirrored by cinema,” in Roberts, G. (Ed), Material Culture in Russia and the USSR: Objects, Values and Identities, Bloomsbury: London, 2017 ( Eng)

Liudmila Mazur. “Images of Power in the Early Soviet Society: Evolution of Official Representations, Sources and Mechanisms of their Construction”. Res Historica. № 44. 2017. S. 193-215. (Eng.)

Liudmila Mazur. “The Peasant Family in the Urals in the 1920s–1960s: Reconstruction Based on the Data of Budget Studies”. Transylvanian Review. Vol. XXVI , No. 4 (Winter 2017). P. 119-135. (Eng.)

Early Soviet Society as a Social Project, 1917–1930s : monograph : in 2 parts. Р. 1 : Soviet State: Territory, Government, and Economy / Team of authors ; ed. by Ludmila Mazur. Ekaterinburg: Publishing House of the Ural Federal University, 2018. – р. 468. (Rus.)

Early Soviet Society as a Social Project, 1917–1930s : monograph : in 2 parts. Р. 2 : Soviet society: Culture, Consciousness, Behaviour / Team of authors ; ed. by Ludmila Mazur. Ekaterinburg: Publishing House of the Ural Federal University, 2018. р. 460. (Rus.)

“...With Lenin in our Heads and a Gun in our Hands”: Collective Portrait of the Russian Communist Bolshevik Party in Ekaterinburg Guberniya in 1919–1923 : monograph / V. A. Bondar, S. V. Vorobyev, O. V. Gorbachev, L. N. Mazur, E. I. Yarkova [ed. L. N. Mazur].  Ekaterinburg : Publishing House of the Ural Federal University, 2019.  508 p. (Rus.)

CURRENT FUNDING:

  1. Russian Foundation for Humanities (2014-16, No. 14-01-00352, “Visual representations of the Soviet village in the art cinema of 1920-1980s: source study research”). 
  2. Russian Science Foundation (2016-18, No. 16-18-10106, The Early Soviet Society as a Social Project: Ideas, Mechanisms of Implementation and Results of Construction).
  3. Russian Foundation for Basic Research (2018–20, No. 18-09-00592, The evolution of a peasant family in the Middle Urals in the XX century: the experience of reconstruction based on budgetary surveys.