Historical Information Science Department Faculty of History, Moscow State University
Dr. Timur VALETOV
Associate professor in Historical Information Science Department of the History Faculty MSU (since 2007, Research Fellow since 1998). PhD in Russian social history (2005). Member of the Council of Russian Association for "History & Computing". Post-doc Researcher at the Department of Economic & Business, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona (November 2006) and at the Department of Economic History, School of Economics and Management, Lund University (May-July, 2007).
Current research and teaching interests: Foreign trade of Russia/USSR, 1802-1991; Economic and social statistics of Russia, 19th-20th cc.; Historical information science; GIS in history.
Internet Resources on Russian History: the Electronic Library at Moscow State University. In: Slavic & East European Information Resources, Vol.8, Numbers 2/3, 2007. With L.I.Borodkin.
Valetov T. World museums on the internet: A brief overview. In: Humanities, Computers and Cultural Heritage. Papers of the XVIth Conference of the International Association for history and computing. Amsterdam, 2005.
Valetov T. Households in the Russian Empire: Extended or Nuclear Families? In: Afontsev S., Kessler G., Markevich A., Tyazhel'nikova V., Valetov T. Urban Households in Russia and the Soviet Union, 1900-2000. Size, Structure and Composition. - Research papers of the International Institute for Social History, №44. Amsterdam, 2005.
Participated in the following international conferences:
XIII International Conference of the Association for History and Computing. Toledo, 1998.
XII World Economic History Congress. Madrid, 1998.
"Internet in Education, Economics and Arts - Conceptions and Perspectives". German-Russian Congress. Moscow, 2000.
IATP Conference "Integrating the Internet in Education". Vladivostok, 2000.
IV European Conference for Social History. The Hague, 2002.
XIII World Economic History Congress. Buenos-Aires, 2002.
BASEES (British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies) Annual Conference. Cambridge, 2003.
XV International Conference of the Association for History and Computing. Tromsø, 2003.
V European Conference for Social History. Berlin, 2004.
I Russian-French Historians Conference. Moscow, 2004.
AAASS (American Association for the Advancemant of Slavic Studies) Annual Conference. Boston, 2004.
1st International Conference "Industrial Heritage". Saransk, 2005.
VII ICCEES (International Council for Central and East European Studies) Congress. Berlin, 2005.
VI European Conference for Social History. Amsterdam, 2006.
Workshop "Family and Household in Urban East and Southeast Europe". Graz, Austria, 2006.
XIV World Economic History Congress. Helsinki, 2006.
VII European Conference for Social History. Lisbon, 2008.