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Pretty cool stuff that, regardless of its topic and time period, demonstrates how research on scientific conferences should be done. Besides, from the standpoint of the historiography of psychology in the interbellum period this is a very informative piece, indeed. All texts are open access publication:


Ответственный редактор:
Д. В. Арзютов, С. С. Алымов, Д. Дж. Андерсон
Издательство:
МАЭ РАН
Год издания:
2014
ISBN:
978-5-88431-266-1

Библиографическая информация:

От классиков к марксизму: совещание этнографов Москвы и Ленинграда (5–11 апреля 1929 г.) = From classics to marxism: the meeting of ethnographers from Moscow and Leningrad (5–11 April 1929) / Рос. акад. наук, Музей антропологии и этнографии им. Петра Великого (Кунсткамера), Абердинский университет (Шотландия, Великобритания); [под ред. Д. В. Арзютова, С. С. Алымова, Д. Дж. Андерсона]. — Санкт-Петербург: МАЭ РАН, 2014. — 511 с. — (Кунсткамера — Архив; т. 7).

http://www.kunstkamera.ru/lib/rubrikator/08/08_02/978-5-88431-266-1/

Another exemplary piece, but in English, is Krementsov's exploration of the several twists and turns of the plot of the history of the genetics International Congress that was to be held in late 1930s in Moscow:
International Science Between the World Wars: The Case of Genetics
Preview here, but an electronic copy of the whole book is also available: https://books.google.ca/books?id=HEF00F-_nVAC

Among the studies on the history of Russian psychology and its involvement in international congresses of psychology (and allied sciences) there some relatively recent text available authored by Bogdanchikov, Yasnitsky, Stoyukhina & Mazilov, and, possibly, some other guys, but all these are quite far from the 'gold standard' established in the first two publications mentioned here. Way to go, guys! ;)





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