Publications in Russian. Books, articles and reviews

1. “Soviet People: indestructable friendship”: creation, usage and deconstruction of a soviet myth. // Vestnik RGGU, “Linguistic Studies, Literature Studies, Culture Studies”. Issue #8, 2019. P. 27-39.

2. Latent barbarianism: nature of the phenomena, historical evolution. // Civilization and barbarianism. Anthropology of latent barbarianism. Issue VIII. “Akvilon”. 2019. P. 104-123.

3. The Past, The Present and not so Distant Future: unoptimistic thoughts. // ONS 2019/2. P. 182-189.
    
4. Civilizational Analysis as actual branch of Russian Studies. // Russian Studies in New Times. Articles and Materials from International conference in Nankin. — Nankin 2019. P. 68-78.

5. Pre-verbal component of traditional culture // Historical Twists of Culture: Scientific Articles сборник (dedicated to 70-th Anniversary of Professor I.V.Kondakov) // Edited by O.N. Astafieva. Moscow, “Soglasie” publishing, 2018. P. 450-457.

6. “Gazing into. Corrupted mirror of Russian reality. Years 2014-2017 articles.” // Igor Yakovenko. Moscow, ROSSPEN. 2018. 303 p.
           
7. Thought Revolution I. Yakovenko 121 // Social Sciences, Volume #48, Issue 3, 2017.

8. Historical reality drama. // Neva 2018/4, p. 132-159.     

9. “On The Nature of Mentality“ // Articult #29 (Jan-March 2018). P. 137-145.

10. Intellectual Virtue. // Neva 2017/5. P. 137-162.

11. “Ten Shades of Red.” // Neva 2017/11. P. 183-185.

12. “Hannibal’s Oath” // The Man 2017/5. P. 86-99.

13. “Russia. The Great War. Revolution.” // Znanie-Sila 2017/10. P. 58-65: 2017/11. P. 26-30.

14. Monography. “Understanding Russia: Civilizational Analysis. 3-rd Edition”. // Moscow, “Knowledge”, 2017. 642 p.

15. “Russia. The Great War. Revolution.” // Question. 2017/2. P. 83-94.

16. “Thinking via Revolution” // ONS 2017/3. P. 87-96.

17. “Wasteless Civilization: Culture Studies Specialist’ Approach” // Znanie — Sila 2016/2. P. 64-65.

18. “Violence and Non-Violence in Ukrainian Peoples’ History”. // “Neva” 2015/4. P. 146-157.

19. Credo and Cogito: Russia Facing Double Challenge // Vera. Mysl. Vybor: Materials of 2012-13 Zernovsky conference: “Philosophical though and Religious experience”, “Freedom and Choice of Faith in the History of World Religions” — Moscow, Rudomino, 2014. P. 98-112.

20. Monography. “Russia and Modernzation in 1990s and Later: Sociocultural Dimension.” // Moscow, “Novie Znaniya“, 2014. 320 p.

21. “Traps of the Historical Dead End.” // Sovremennaya Rossia: Discussia (Materials of the Seminars of the Center of Russian Studies in INION RAN 2008-2013). Moscow, 2014. P. 286-319.

22. Bengal Renaissance: Look from the Opposite Side. (Thoughts on T.G. Skorokhodova book) // Voprosy Filosofii. 2014/6. P. 185-190.

23. Russian Orthodox Church in Changing World. Traditional Culture Coplex’ Destiny. // “Neva” 2013/6. P. 129-158.

24. Monography. Alexander Akhiezer, Igor Klyamkin, Igor Yakovenko. “Russian History: the End or the New Beginning?”, 3rd edition, Corrected and Edited. // Moscow, Novoye Izdatel’stvo, 2013. 496p.     

25. Church and Power Relations: History-Civilizational genesis and Russian phenomena. // “Znak Voprosa“ 2013/1. P. 18-35.

26. Monography. “The World Through the Lense of Culture. Cultures and Russian Studies”. // Moscow, “Znanie” 2013. 310 p.

27. History and Historical Mindset. (Edited by I.M. Klyamkin) // Moscow, 2012. Discussions. P. 35-71; 103-190; 217-242.

28. “Crisis of Adequacy. Culturorogist’s Thoughts.” // Vestnik Evropy. Journal of European Culture. Book XXXIII, 2012, p. 11-26.

29. How to Change Russian Civilization’ Culture Codes.  // “Znak Voprosa”, 2012/2. P. 13-30.

30. Basic Identity as Problem and Critical Factor in Russian Geopolitical Positioning in XIX-XXI centuries. // Rossia i Mir glazami drug druga: iz istorii vzaimovospriyatiya. Issue 6 (III). Moscow, 2012. P. 458-467.

31. Monography. “Understanding Russia: Civilizational Analysis, 2nd ed.” // Moscow, ROSSPEN, 2012. 671 p.

32. “Does the Totalitarism have Cultural Background?” // Znak Voprosa. 2012/1. P. 91-103.

33. “Reflexing on USSR Decomposition.” // Filosofskie nauki 2011/12. P. 50-55.  

34. USSR Collapse: preliminary results.  // Filosofskie nauki 2011/12. P. 34-43.

35. Citizenhip duty problem. // Neva 12/2011. P.

36. Russian Repressive Culture and Modernization // Where is culture crisis going? Interdisciplinary dialogs and experiences. Edited by I.M. Klyamkin. Moscow, 2011. P. 191-261.

37. “Stalin as Cultural Issue”. // Znanie-Sila 6/2011. P. 26-34.

38. “What has been, what would be, what aren’t you waiting for…” // Neva 3/2011.

39. Monography. Russian and Repression: repressive component of Russian Culture. // Moscow, Novij Chronograph. 2011 — 336 p.

40. Monography. Igor Yakovenko, Alexander Muyzikantski. “Manichaeism and Gnosis: Cultural Codes of Russian Civilization”. // Moscow, “Russkii put’ “, 2011. 320 p.

41. Dialogue via Conflict — Russian historical factor. // Philosophskie nauki 2009/2. P. 14-20.

42. Globalization as a Factor of Dialogue: New History Situation and Civilizational Dialogue. // Dialog v policentrichnom mire: filosofsko-kulturnie, istoricheskie, politicheskie i kommunikativnie problemi. Moscow, 2010. P. 96-104.

43. Inter-Cultural Dialogue as a Problem. // Dialog v policentrichnom mire: filosofsko-kulturnie, istoricheskie, politicheskie i kommunikativnie problemi. Moscow, 2010. Moscow, 2010. P. 10-24.

44. “Big Repression” phenomena. // VA, PENSIERO SULL`ALI DORATE… Iz istorii mysli Vostoka i Zapada. Collection of articles dedicated to 70-th anniversary of E.B. Rashkovksy. Moscow, Centr knigi Rudomino. 2010. P. 275-291.

45. “Culture. The Necessity for Survival”. // Znanie-Sila 2010/6. P. 21-29.

46. Dialogue and Identity.  // “Voprosy socialnoi teorii”. Scientific almanakh, 2010, Book IV. Moscow. P. 513-518.

47. History in Broad Cultural Context.  // Neva, 2010/7. P. 101-110.

48. History in Broad Cultural Context: historical thinking forms and problems. // Lichnost’. Kultura. Obshestvo. Book XI. Issue 4, №51-52. P. 89-100.
    
49. “Globalization and Local Civilizations: Margins of Concepts”. // Speech in Discussion “Civilizatsiya v globaliziruushemsya mire. Predvaritel’nie itogi mejdisciplinarnogo proekta”. Conference materials. Moscow, IMEMO RAN 2009. P. 155-158.

50. Civilizational Research Methodology. Speech in Discussion. //“Civilizatsiya v globaliziruushemsya mire. Predvaritel’nie itogi mejdisciplinarnogo proekta”. Conference materials. Moscow, IMEMO RAN 2009. P. 62-66.

51. Book chapter (ch. 7). The Great Meaning of Defeat. // Dmitry Aksenov. Future Predictions — Shocking Truth from S. Lukyanenko, V. Levi, S. Kapitsi i dr. (Interview series). Moscow, Prestij, 2006. P. 141-160.

52. Iberoamerica in the World Civilizational Processes. Speech in Discussion. // IBERICA AMERICANS. Latinoamerikanskaya Kultura v Discussijakh konca XX — nachala XXI vekov. Moscow, 2009. P. 31-38.

53. “Yesterday” country in the Wait for the Future. // Znanie-Sila 2009/12. P. 40-46.

54. Alexander Akhiezer: Man and Thinker. // Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennotst’. 2009/5. P. 105-111.

55. “Theoretical Fundaments in Civilizational Analysis of Russia”. // V poiskah teorii Rossiiskoi tsivilizatsii: pamyati A.S.Akhiezera. // Comp. by A.P. Davydov // Moscow, Novij Chronograph, 2009. P. 224-260.

56. “We and Gogol” (on the book “Gogol’s Soul”) // Sociologicheskie issledovanija. 7/2009. P. 144-149.

57. Monography. “Political Subjectivity of Masses. Cultural Studies Aspect of Political Life in Russia.” // I.G. Yakovenko. Moscow, Novij Chronograph, 2009. 178 p.

58. Scientific report “Cautionary Trends in Contestual Works” // Shkolnie uroki po teme “Istorija politicheskih repressii i soprotivlenie nesvobode v SSSR”: Po itogam shestogo mejregional’nogo konkursa uchitelej v 2007/2008 uchebnom godu. // Edited by I.A.Mischina. Moscow, Prava Cheloveka, 2008. P. 538—553.

59. “Russia and the West: Positional Logic” // Rossia i mir glazami drug druga: istoria vzaimovospriyatija (Reports summaries from Russian Scientific Conference). Moscow, November, 25-26, 2008. IRI RAN. Moscow, 2008. P. 4-9.

60. Monography. “Understanding Russia: Civilizational Analysis”. // Edited by academic U.A.Ryzhov. Russian Academy of Sciences Council “World Cultural History.” Moscow, “Nauka”, 2017. 642 p.

61. Gnostic Component in Civilizational Margins (Russia and Latin America) // ONS 2008/4. P. 100-113.

62. Monography. “Russian Country: national interests, limitations, perspectives. 2nd ed.”. // — Moscow, Novij Chronograf. 2008. 320 pages.  

63. Scientific report “Cultural Sources of Totalitarism in Russia”. // Shkolnie uroki po teme “Istoriya politicheskih repressii i soprotivlenie nesvobode v SSSR”. Conlusions on 5-th multiregional teachers contest 2007. // Edited by I.A.Mishina — Moscow, Prava cheloveka, 2007. P. 468-484.

64. “Russian Politics — Unrolling and Folding”. // Neva. 2008/3. P. 181-197.

65. Monography. Alexander Akhiezer, Igor Klyamkin, Igor Yakovenko. “Russian History: the End or New Beginning?” // 2nd edition, corrected. Moscow, Novoye Izdatel’stvo, 2008. 464 p.

66. “On Opon Kingdom, Fried Rooster and Use of Dentistry”. // Druzhba Narodov, 2008/1. P. 186-198.

67. “Art and Basic Identities.” // Isskustvo i civilizatsionnaya identichnost. Edited by N.A.Hrenov. Russian Academy of Sciences, “World Cultural History” Assembly. Moscow, Nauka, 2007. P. 402-420.

68. “Manikheo-Gnostical Complex of Russian Culture”. // Rossia kak civilizatsia, ustoichivoe i izmenchivoe. / Edited by I.G.Yakovenko. Russian Academy of Sciences Assembly, “World Cultural History”. Moscow, 2007. P. 73-194.

69. Political Dimension of Traditional Culture: Russians and Greeks. Etudes in Comparative Description. // Collection of articles dedicated to 60-th anniversary of Igor Vadimovich Kondakov. Moscow, 2007. P. 17-38.

70. Ineffective Structures, Resources and Globalization. Globalization takes away resources from ineffective structures for to include them into global capital pull. Russian Country: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. // Edited by I.M. Klyamkin. Moscow: Novoe Izdatel’stvo, 2007. P. 481-487.

71. “Ukraine: Ecclesiastic-Civilizational Component of Political Conflitcs.” // Religiya i Konflikt. Edited by A.Malashenko i S.Filatov. Moscow Carnegie center. Moscow, ROSSPEN, 2007. P. 47-84.

72. Russia: Socio-Cultural Restrictions of Modernization. (“Round table”, A.S. Akhiezer, I.M. Klyamkin, I.G. Yakovenko). // ONS 2007/5. P. 87-102.

73. Manikheo-Gnostical Component in Russian Culture: Sources and Causation. // ONS 2007/3. P. 55-67.

74. “The New Integration have to change the Imperial Project.” // ONS 2007/3. P. 208-211.
    
75. “Empire and Nation.” After Empire. // Edited by I. Klyamkin. Moscow, 2007. P. 54-60.  
    
76. “When the “skinny cows” period come.” // Druzhba narodov 2007/3. P. 183-197.  
    
77. “People live in Myth, not Reality.” // INDEX. 2007/25. P. 151-157.

78. “Thoughts on Betrayal, Riots, Revolution and Spiritual Freedom“ // Neva 2006/9. P. 176-186.

79. Major and Minor Traditions of Subjects’ Differentiation and Formation of European Cultural Completeness: Dynamics of Interaction. // Subyekt vo vremeni social’nogo bytia. Moscow, Nauka. 2006. P. 137-176.

80. Drone Brodsky and prisoner Hodorkovsky: us and reputation. // ИНDEKC dos’e na cenzuru 2006/24. P. 113-121.

81. “Art and Basic Identities”. // Isskustvo v kontekste civilizatsionnoi identichnosti. Book 1. Moscow, 2006. P. 188-209.

82. Monography. “Social Transformation Risks in Russian Society: Culture Studies Aspect.” — Moscow. Progress-Traditsiya, 2006. 176 p.

83. “Socioeconomical Dynamics — Civilizational Fundaments.” // My i Oni. Rossia v sravnitel’noi perspektive (Edited by V.A. Mau, A.A. Mordasheva, E.V. Turuntseva). Moscow, Institue of Transition Period Economics, 2005. P. 39-81.

84. Ekaterina Dais, Igor Yakovenko. “The Last Day Oratory”. // INDEKC dosie na tsenzuru 2005/23. P. 53-57.

85. “Terrorism”. // Neva 2005/12. P. 163-190.

86. “Major and Minor Traditions of European Culture: Problem Statement. Article 2.” // Obschestvennie nauki i sovremennost’, 2005/6. P. 151-165.

87. “Ukraine and Russia: Interrelation Themes.” // Vestnik Evropy 2005. Book XVI, p. 63-76.

88. “For the victory we drank our 5-th…” // Druzhba Narodov, 2005/10. P. 177-184.

89. Monography. A. Akhiezer, I. Klyamkin, I. Yakovenko. “Russian History: End or New Beginning?” // Moscow, Novoe Izdatel’stvo, 2005. 708 p. (“Liberal Mission” Foundation Research).

90. “Cultural Dynamics Mechanics and Generational Leaps” // Pokolenie v sociokulturnom kontexte XX veka. // (edited by N.A. Hrenov). Art history State institute of Ministry of mass communications and culture. Russian Academy of Sciences, “World Cultural History” Assembly. Moscow, Nauka. P. 112-129.

91. “Where to Go, What to Strive For“. // Neva 2005/9. P. 147-153.     

92. “Become What I Want…” // Persona 2005, Issues 6-7. P. 50-55.

93. “Basic Identities’ Transformations: Factors, Trends, Scenarios”. // Sovremennie transformatsii rossiiskoi kulturi. // Edited by I.V. Kondakov. Russian Academy of Sciences, “World Cultural History” Scientific Assembly. Moscow, Nauka 2005. P. 119-134.

94. “From Extensive to Intensive Historical Strategy (Perspectives, Risks, Optimization Strategies)“ // Sovremennie transformatsii rossiskoi culturi. / Edited by I.V. Kondakov. Russian Academy of Sciences, “World Cultural History” Scientific Assembly. Moscow, Nauka, 2005. P. 43-82.

95. “Major and Minor Traditions of European Culture: Problem Statement. Article I.” // Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost’ 2005/4. P. 86-99.  

96. “In the grip of the spiritual width” // Neva, 2005/2. P. 160-188.

97. A.I. Muzikantsky, I.G. Yakovenko. Ukraine: European Integration as Civilizational Project. // “Nezavisimaya Gazeta”, Issue 52. March, 18 2005. P. 10.

98. “Inconvenient Anecdote as Modeling System. Cultural Analysis” // “Zlaya laya maternaya…”: articles collection, Edited by V.I. Zhelvis. Moscow, Ladomir, 2005. P. 357-375.

99. “Utilitarism and Quest for the Philosophical Stone.” // Globalizatsiya i utilitarism. Materials on interdisciplinary Scientific Club “Global World” seminar. Issue 11. Moscow, “Izdatel’skii dom NOVII VEK”. Macroeconomics Institute, 2004. P. 26-35.

100. Scientific report “On the Cultural Status of Mercantilism“ // Starie problemi na novii lad: rossiiskoe preprinimatel’stvo i obschestvennie stereotipi. // Nikitsky Club. // “Russia in Global Context” public discussions series. Issue 18. Moscow 2004. P. 73-76.  

101. Scientific report “Historical, Law and Moral Evaluation Problems of Soviet State and Society” // Shkol’nie uroki na temu “Istoriya Politicheskih Repressii i soprotivlenie nesvobode v SSSR”: 2nd Interregional History and Social Science Teachers Contest Conclusions, 2003-2004. // Scientific editor G.V.Klokova. Moscow, Prava cheloveka, 2004. P. 450-459.

102. Igor Yakovenko. Russia's Disintegration: Factors and Prospects. // Russia in Global Affairs. Vol. 2. No.4. October-December. 2004. P. 61-74.    
103. “Post-Soviet Russia: Ethno-Cultural Processes Development in the End-of-Empire and Globalization context”. // Civilizatsii, Issue 6: Rossia v civilizatsionnoi strukture Evropeiskogo kontinenta/ Edited by A.O. Tchubaryan, 2004. P. 65-96.
    
104. “Russian Space“. // Gumanitarnaya geografia. Scientific and Cultural-Educational Almanac. Issue I. Moscow, 2004. P. 283-296.

105. “Basic Identities Transformation”. // Puti Rossii: sushestvuushie ogranicheniya i vozmozhnie varianti. // Edited by T.E. Vorozheikina. Moscow, MVSHSEN, 2004. P. 206-217.

106. “I am Russian. Who am I , Why am I here?” // “Neva” 2004/6. P. 149-178.

107. “Man in Mass: New approach to classical topic.“ // (Peer-review on D.V.Olshansky “Psychology of Masses” monograph) // “Mirovaya economica i mejdunarodnie otnoshenia”, April 2004. P. 110-116.

108. Peer-review: Yanov A.L. Patriotism and Nationalism in Russia in 1825-1921. // Kosmopolis 2004/3. P. 191-201.

109. “Man and Culture: Dialectics of Interaction (Problem Statement)” // Prostranstva Jizni Sub’ekta: Edinstvo i mnogomernost’ sub’ektno-obrazuushei socialnoi evolucii. // Edited by E.V. Saiko. Russian Academy of Sciences, “World Cultural History” Scientific Assembly. Moscow, Nauka, 2004. P. 117-148.

110. “Basic Identities and Socio-Cultural Fundamentals of Transformation: Factors, Trends, Scenarios”. // Mir Psikhologii 2004/2. P. 28-37.

111. “Intellectual the Victorious. Modern Globalism and Demographics”. Round table — K.U. Baranovsky, V.F. Galetsky, I.G. Yakovenko // Druzhba narodov 2004/5. P. 165-185.

112. “Risky Muzhiks” // Znanie-Sila 2004/2. P. 57-60.

113. “Time to Outlive Terrorism” // Druzhba narodov, 2004/1. P. 147-156.

114. “Сonfession” // Znanie-Sila 2003/12. P. 10-17.

115. “Russian Civilization and Self-Change Imperative” // Rossiiskaya tsivilizatsiya: specifika massovikh reshenii. // “Global world” scientific club cross-disciplinary seminar materials. Issue 10. Moscow, “Izdatel’skii dom NOVII VEK”. Macroeconomics Institute 2003. P. 39-47.

116. “Thinking via Era and Family”. // Znanie—Sila, 2003/11. P. 83-87.

117. I.G. Yakovenko, S.I. Grigoriev. “Actual Problems in Post-Soviet Russian National-State Establishment Conceptual Thinking” // Perspektivnie napravleniya razvitiya teoreticheskoi sociologii v Rossii rubeja XX-XXI veka // Edited by V.A. Mansurov, S.I. Grigoriev, Moscow-Barnaul, 2003. P. 318-337.

118. “National State Problem in Modern Social-Scientific Context” // Perspektivnie napravleniya razvitiya teoreticheskoi sociologii v Rossii rubeja XX-XXI veka // Edited by V.A. Mansurov, S.I. Grigoriev, Moscow-Barnaul, 2003. P. 303-317.
    
119. “Civilizations Development Cycles and Cyclicity of World History”. // Civilizatsiya. Voshojdenie i slom: strukturoobrazuushie factori i subjekti civilizatsionnogo processa. // Edited by E.V. Saiko. Russian Academy of Sciences “World Cultural History” Scientific Assembly. Moscow, Nauka, 2003. P. 97-111.

120. Scientific report “Civilizational Specificity of Russia” // Tsivilizatsionnaya specifika Rossii: “kakim arshinom merit’?”, Nikitsky Club. “Russia in Global Context” public discussions series. Issue 12. Moscow, 2003. P. 11-22.

121. “Russian History and Civilizational Analysis Problems”. // Istoriya Rossii: teoreticheskie problemi, Issue 1. Edited by A.S. Sinyavskij. Russian History Insitute. Moscow, Nauka, 2002. P. 46-58.

122. “Rational Ideal and Freedom: Problem of Human Nature and World Historical Process’ Logic” // Yazyki svobodnogo obshestva: Isskustvo. // Compiled by L.I. Taraushvili. Moscow, Yaziki slavyanskoi kulturi, 2003. P. 85-105.     
123. “Good-faithed Inescapability” // Znanie-Sila 2003/4. P. 15-25.

124. “On Nature of Ritual”. // Mir psikhologii, 2003/3. P. 17-26.

125. “Etology of Human.” Didactic materials for 020500 speciality. Social anthropology. MGSU, 2003. 23 p.
    
126. “Westerners and Nationalists: is the dialogue possible?” Discussion materials. “Liberal Mission” foundation. OGI, 2002. P. 77-80, 334-342.
    
127. “Mentality in Subject’s Structuration and Subjectivity”. // Chelovek kak subject kulturi. Moscow, Nauka 2002. P. 130-151.

128. “Dynamics of Western Imagery in 1990-s Russian Literature”. // Rossia i mir glazami drug druga: iz istorii vzaimovospriyatiya. Issue 2. Moscow, IRI RAN, 2002. P. 387-399.
    
129. “Eschatological component of Russian Mentality: connections, causalities, actualization logic” // Kanuni i rubeji. Tipi pogranichnich epoch — tipi pogranichnogo soznanina. Russian-French conference materials. Part I. Moscow, 2002. P. 149-163.
    
130. “Is terrorism the symbol of our time?” // Znanie-Sila, 2002/12. P. 24-27.

131. “Global and Local Mentality”. // Globalnoe soobshestvo. Kartografia sovremennogo mira. Moscow, Vostochnaya literatura. 2002, p. 203-209.

132. “New Identities formation in Post-Soviet Space: Global vs Regional dialectics”. // Globalizatsiya i lokal’naya kultura. Editer by G.I. Zvereva. Moscow, RGGU, 2002. P. 47-56.

133. “Spaces of Russia”. Round table. Discussions. // Otechestvennie zapiski, Issue 6. 2002. P. 27-36.

134. Russian Desintegration: Scenarios and Perspectives. // Otechestvennie Zapiski. Issue 6. 2002. P. 126-140.

135. “Переходные perionds and Eschatological aspects of Traditional Metality” // Isskusstvo v situatsii smeni ciklov: Mejdisciplinarnie aspekti issledovaniya hudojestvennoi kul’turi v perehodnih processah. / Edited by N.A. Hrenov. Moscow, Nauka. 2002. P. 136-147.

136. A.S. Akhiezer, A.P. Davydov, M.A. Shurovsky, I.G. Yakovenko, E.N. Yarkova. “Bolshevism as Sociocultural Phenomena (Research experience 2)” // Voprosy filosofii, 2002/5. P. 55-66.

137. K. Baranovsky, I. Yakovenko. In turbulency zone. 11 september, 2001: critical milestone and motive for thought? // Druzhba narodov 2002/5. P. 166-181.
    
138. Chapter 6 — “Pre-State traditions in Folk Culture” // Kollektivnaya monografia A.S. Akhiezer, A.P. Davydov, M.A. Shurovskii, I.G. Yakovenko, E.N. Yarkova “Sociokulturnie osnovania i smysl bolshevizma”. Novosibirsk, 2002. P. 110-133.

139. “That is how we lose!” Talk with journalist Dmitry Alexeev // Ogonek, 11 march, 2002. P. 22-25.

140. “Where was Huntington wrong?” // Znanie-Sila 2002/1. P. 11-19.

141. Discussion speech. // Empire and Liberals. (Conference materials). Essays collection. Part III. Discussion. S-Petersburg, “Zvezda”, 2001. P. 274-279.

142. A.S. Akhiezer, A.P Davydov, M.A. Shurovskii, I.G. Yakovenko, E.N. Yarkova. “Bolshevism as Sociocultural Phenomena (research experience)” // Voprosy philosofii. 2001/12. P. 28-39.

143. “Russian State: Social and Cultural Analysis Complimentarity“ // Rossia: transformiruusheesya obshestvo. Edited by V.A. Yadov. Moscow, KANON-PRESS 2001. P. 167-179.
    
144. “Problem of Nation and National Rights in Past and Present: Liberal interpretations.” O.U. Malinova Scientific report. Discussion Speech. // Moscow, ROO “Sodeistvie sotrudnichestvu instituta J. Kennana s uchenimi v oblasti socialnih i gumanitarnih nauk”, 2001. 40 p.

145. “How do Historians Blame History? Is it Possible to Explain History via History?” Round table. Participants: A.S. Akhiezer, A.L. Yanov, I.G. Yakovenko, G.A. Golz, A. Davydov, I.V. Kondakov, M. Vinogradov. // Znanie-Sila, 2001/3. P. 21-43.

146. “Destruction as Civilizational Analysis Problem”. // Kultura v epochy civilizatsionnogo sloma. Moscow conference materials. March, 12-14 2001. Moscow, 2001. P. 60-72.
    
147. “Russia in Europe.” // Vestnik Evropy XXI vek. Book I. 2001. P. 72-78.

148. “Civilizational Analysis Methodological Aspects” // Vybor metoda: izuchenie kulturi v Rossii 1990 godov. Articles collection. // Edited by G.I. Zvereva. Moscow, RGGU, 2001. P. 78-82.

149. “Shifts in perceptions of West in 90s” // Politia. Winter 2000-2001, Issue 4. P. 74-83.

150. “Dictum of Ideal”. // Druzhba narodov, 2001/4. P. 163-171.

151. “New People, Old Traditions and Some Hopes”. // Znanie-Sila, 2000/10. P. 17-19.
    
152. “City as Destoyer of Sociocultural Syncretistic”. // Chelovek i gorod. Moscow, 2000 in 2 Books.  MGVP KOKS. P. 165-168.

153. “XX Century — Beginning and Roots” // Znanie-Sila, 2000/11. P. 114-119.

154. I.V. Kodakov, I.G. Yakovenko. “Prohanov A.A.” // XX century Russian Writers (Biographical Dictionary). Moscow, “Bol’shaya Rossiiskaya Encyclopedia” 2000. P. 577-579.

155. “National State Problem in Civilizational Context.” // Sociologia i obshestvo. “Society and Sociology: new normal and ideas”, 1-st Russian sociological congress, Thesises. September 27-30, 2000. P. 6.

156. Non-normative anecdote as Modeling System. Cultural Studies Approach. // “Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie”, Issue 43. 2000/3. P. 335-346.

157. Eschatological Dominant in Russian Mentality: connections, causalities, actualization logic. // ONS 2000/3. P. 87/95.

158. “Eschatological Dominant in Russian Mentality and Reality of transitional Periods.” // Isskustvo i nauka ob isskustve v perekhodnie periodi istorii kulturi. Moscow, 2000. P. 233-245.

159. “Deconstruction in Society: Theoretical Fundaments (Russian History of XIX century”. Seminar “Russian Society Analysis, Sociocultural Methodology”. A.A. Troshin Scientific report. Discussion participation. // “Mir pshihologii”, 2000/2. P. 256-269.

160. “Do not Sell Values for Tactical Interests.” // Zasedanie Evropeiskogo seminara jurnala “Otkritaya politika”. Dialogue participation. 2000, Issue 1-2. P. 70-72.

161. “Dynamics of Interests”. Scientific report thesises. Round table. National interest vs State interest: theoretical concepts and political reality. // “Polis”, 2000/1. P. 60-63.

162. “On Local CIvilizations Substance”. // Comparative study of World Civilizations (interdisciplinary approach). Articles collection. Moscow, IVI RAN, 2000. 352 p. P. 104-117.

163. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko. “City in Cultural Dimension and Urbanization Process: methodological aspects”. // Urbanizatsiya v processe formirovania sociokulturnogo prostranstva. Moscow, Nauka, 1999.

164. “Can International Military Intrusion Defend Human Rights?” European Seminar, Free University. Speech on Aryeh Neier report. // “Otrkritaya politika”, 1999/11-12. P. 28-38.

165. “Acting Subject in Sociocultural Space”. // Zasedanie seminara sekcii po teoretiko-metodologicheskim problemam Nauchnogo soveta “Istoria Mirovoi Kulturi” pri Prezidiume RAN. Speech on A.V. Brushlinsky Scientific report “Subject’s Psychology and Psychology’s Subject”. Speech in Discussion. // “Mir psihologii”, 1999/2. P. 242-243.

166. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko “Manichaeistic Revolution” in Historical Identity Onset (Palliative as Sociocultural Process Phehomena) // “Mir psikhologii“, 1999/2. P. 179-198.

167. State in Imperial Trap (on natural borders and optimal size of Russian territory). // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1999/9-10. P. 24-32.

168. “Russian Decomposition as Thinking Problem” // “NG-SCENARII”, Issue 10. November 10, 1999. P.6.

169. Monograph. “Russian State: National Interests, Borders and Perspectives”. // Novosibirsk, “Sibirskij chronograph”. 1999. (страниц?)

170. “Ibero-America in World Civilizational Process. Round table. Participation in Problem Discussion”. // “Latinskaya America”, 1999/7-8. P. 105-136.

171. “City in Cultural Dialogue and City’s Dialogue Dimensions”. P. 90-101. // Sociocultural dialogue dimension. Russian Academy of Sciences “World Cultural History” Assembly. Moscow, “Nauka”, 1999.

172. Comparative Constitutionalism in the lights of Kosovo. European Seminar, Free University. Barbara Spinelli Scientific report conversation. // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1999/7-8.

173. “Russia and European Eidos Development”. // Russian civilizational cosmos (to A.A. Akhiezer 70th anniversary). Moscow, “Eidos”, 1999.

174. “Civilizational analysis: methodic problems”. // Historical thinking problems. Moscow May 19-21, 1996, Worldwide conference materials. // Moscow, “Nauka”, 1999.

175. RUSSIA AND THE WEST. The development of foreign policy stereotypes in the consciousness of the russian society of the first half of 20th century. The Edwin Meller Press Lewiston-Queenston-Lampeter. Printed in USA. // A.V. Golubev, I.G. Yakovenko. Chapter I, part 1. “Hitorical-Cultural Premises of Western image formation.Russia and West: emergence of the Image (XI-XIX centuries). I.G. Yakovenko. Conclusion. “Sociocultural logic in Western image transformation in the first half of XX century”.

176. Universal and specific in Russian history. Seminar on “Sociocultural methodology for Russian society analysis”. G.A. Golz’ speech analysis. Discussion, participation. // “Obschestvennie nauki i sovremennost’”, 1999, Issue 3.

177. “Russian Empire as Heavenly Jerusalem. Article II“. // “Otkritaya politika”, 1999, Issue 5-6.

178. “Russian Empire as Heavenly Jerusalem. Article I“. // “Otkritaya politika”, 1999, Issue 3-4.

179. “Russian-European choice: perspectives for reunion”. Discussion. “Russian thought”, Free University seminar // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1999, Issue 3-4.

180. “Fresh sight on history (Cultorologist’s thoughts on V. Horos book “Russian history in comparative illumination”). // ONS, 1999, Issue 1.

181. “Global Society: Social and Cultural Paradigms change.” Round table. Discussion. // “Vostok”, 1998, Issue 3.

182. “Mass utilitarism as social dynamics impulse”. “Scientific round table”, discussion. // ONS, 1998, Issue 1.

183. “Sociocultural analytics methodology for Russian society”. I.G. Yakovenko, A.A. Pelipenko, Scientific report: Systemic approach to culture as analysis method for Russian society. // “Rubeji”, 1998, Issue 3-4.     

184. Collective monograph. “Russia and West. Foreign Policy stereotypes formation in Russian mentality of the first half of XX century.” // IRI RAN, Moscow, 1998. A.V. Golubev, I.G. Yakovenko. Chapter I, Part 1. “History-cultural Western image formation fundamentals. Russia and West: emersion of the image (XI-XIX centuries).” I.G. Yakovenko. Conclusion. “Sociocultural logic of Western image transformation in the first half of XX century”.

185. “Mass terror. Sociopsychological sources and cultural mechanisms of”. // “Mir psikhologii“, 1998, Issue 3. P. 215-247.

186. “From Treaties of Tilsit to Molotov-Ribbentrop pact” (major modernization cycle of Russian history). Article II. // “Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost’”, 1998, Issue 4.

187. A.V. Golubev, I.G. Yakovenko. “Image of West — dynamics in mythological mentality: 1930th period”. // Bakhtinian readings, Issue 2. Orel, 1997.

188. “State should not be too expensive”. “Liberalism: ideas, experiences, modernity” seminar. E.Gaidar speech and Scientific report “On restrictions of state burden on economy” discussion. // ‘Otkritaya politika“, 1998, Issue 1.

189. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko. Culture as a System. Chapters from monograph. // “Chelovek”, 1998, Issue 1.

190. ”From Treaties of Tilsit to Molotov-Ribbentrop pact” (Major Modernization Cycle of Russian history). Article I. // “Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost’”, 1998, Issue 3.
    
191. Academic A.T. Fomenko discussion on “new chronology”, talk. // Znanie-Sila, 1998, Issue 4.

192. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko “Individualization and Self-fullfillment of Cultural Subject in world civilizational process: from individual to personality”. // “Mir psikhologii”, 1998, Issue 1.

193. Monograph. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko. “Culture as a System.” // “Yazyki russkoi kulturi“, Moscow, 1998.  

194. “Modernization theory and Problem of Inversion.” // “Problems of sociocultural inversions”, collection of articles. // Saratov University Publishing, 1997. P. 48-56.

195. “Sociocultural methdology for Russian society analysis” seminar. Scientific report: Values normatization mechanics in Culture. // “Rubezhi”, 1997, Issue 10-11.

196. “National interests: what and how?” “Liberalism: ideas, experience, modernity” seminar. Scientific report and discussion. // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1997, Issue 12. P. 65-74.

197. “Free Speech. Intellectual chronicles: 1995-1997” (edited by V.I. Tolstykh). Discussions. // “Svobodnoe slovo”, Moscow, “Shkola kulturnoi politiki”, 1997.

198.     “Russian society analytics, sociocultural methodology of. Russia and Latin America: Marginal type civilizations and modernization”. Discussion. // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 8-9.

199. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko. “Culture as a System”. Monograph chapters. // “Chelovek”, 1997, Issue 5.
    
200. “Where old doesn’t pass — the new doesn’t come. (1937-1997. Post GULAG and Auschwitz life experience).“ // “Znanie-Sila”, 1997, Issue 11.

201. “Heavenly Jerusalem and Russan empire: due and existent dialectics”, articles series. Article 4. “Due in social empiricism”. // “Rubezhi”, 1997, Issue 8-9.

202. I.G.Yakovenko. Civillization and Barbarism in Russia's History. State power and the "Criminal World". Russian Politics & Law. /Vol july-august 1997.    
203. “Beware, geopolitics!” // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1997, Issue 10.

204. Igor Yakovenko. “Russian Uniqueness as a Research Problem”. p.52-56. "Russian Studies in History" Summer 1997/vol.36 No1.

205. Seminar. “Russian society analytics, sociocultural methodology of.” Meeting 9. Modernization in Traditional Societies: Italian expereince importance for Russia” Discussion. // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 7.

206. “Heavenly Jerusalem and Russan empire: due and existent dialectics”, articles series. Article 3. “How is oughtly made?” // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 7.  

207. “Russian Past and Present: Empire ideal and National interest”. // “Polis”, 1997, Issue 4.

208. Seminar. “Russian society analytics, sociocultural methodology of.” Meeting 8. “Constructivism in american social sciences.” Discussion. // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 6.

209. “Heavenly Jerusalem and Russan empire: due and existent dialectics”, articles series. Article 2. “The world of Oughtly and world of reality.” // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 6.  

210. “Heavenly Jerusalem and Russan empire: Due and Existent dialectics”, articles series. Article 1. “Introduction”. // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 5.

211. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko. “Alcoholism”. // “Chelovek”, 1997. Issue 2.

212. A.S. Akhiezer, I.G. Yakovenko. “What is Society?“ // “Social sciences and modernity”, 1997. Issue 3.

213. “Depth of Idea and it’s margins.” - “Liberalism: ideas. experience, modernity” seminar. Discussion. // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1997. Issue 4.

214. Seminar. “Russian society analytics, sociocultural methodology of.” Meeting 6. “Soviet modernization from anthropological standpoint”. Discussion. // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 4.  

215. “North Caucasus today: local civilizations interactions” // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 3.

216. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko. On Spirituality. // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1997. Issue 2-3.

217. “To hurry up or to slow down?” - “Liberalism: ideas. experience, modernity” seminar. Discussion. // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1997. Issue 1.

218. A.V. Golubev, I.G. Yakovenko. West in Russians eyes (between-wars period). // “Rossia i sovremennii mir”, 1997. Issue 1.

219. Round table. “Russian Specificity as scientific problem”. Speech: “Russian civilization Specificity”. // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 2.

220. Seminar. “Russian society analytics, sociocultural methodology of.” Meeting 5. “Russian соборность crisis and conservative modernization in USSR”. Discussion. // “Rubezhi”, 1997. Issue 1.

221. “Artistic mindset and cityscape (Interaction between and co-creation of)” // Gorod i isskusstvo: sub’ekti sociokulturnogo dialoga. Russian academia of sciences. “World Cultural History“ assembly. Moscow, Nauka. 1996.

222. “Scientific Methods in Civilizational Research. Problems.” // Civilizational research. ILA RAN, 1996.

223. “From empire to national state (conceptualization attempt)“ // “Polis”, 1996. Issue 6.

224. “Humanitization in Education and Thoughs on Starting points: Culture studies specialist view. Thesises.” // “Na poroge XXI veka: obrazovanie i kultura.” International conference works (May 13-17, 1996). Moscow, 1996.     


225. Seminar. “Russian society analytics, sociocultural methodology of.” Meeting 4. “History as Cultural phenomena.” Discussion. // “Rubezhi”, 1996. Issue 9.  

226. “Russia and West: interaction dialectics”. Russia and Europe in XIX-XX centuries. Problems of mutual perception of peoples, societies, cultures. // Moscow, 1996. P. 74-91.

227. “Sociocultural methodology of Russian society analytics” (independent theoretical seminar). Scientific report: Power in traditional culture: culture studies analysis. // “Rubezhi”, 1996. Issue 8.     

228. “City as Subject and Space for Cultural dialogue”. // City cultural dialogue in time and space of historical development. National conference materials. // Russian academy of sciences, “World Cultural History“ assembly. // Moscow, 1996.

229. Seminar. “Russian society analytics, sociocultural methodology of.” Meeting 2. “Problems of alternative in Russian culture”. Discussion. // “Rubezhi”, 1996. Issue 6.

230. “North-Russian and South-Russian Nationalities. Ethnocultural and Political aspects.” // “Kuda idet Rossia? Social’naya transformatsiya postsovetskogo prostranstva”. III. “Trudi Intercentra”. Moscow, 1996. P. 262-269.

231. Seminar. “Russian society analytics, sociocultural methodology of.” Meeting 1. “Sociocultural Research Specificity”. Discusssion. // “Rubezhi”, 1996. Issue 5.

232. “Civilization and Barbarianims in Russian History.” Article 4. “State Power and “blatnoy mir”. // “Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost’”, 1996. Issue 4.
    
233. “Civilization and Barbarianims in Russian History.” Article 3. “Cossacks”. // “Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost’”, 1996. Issue 3.  

234. A.A. Pelipenko, I.G. Yakovenko. “Bydlo or Twilight of a Particular Myth”. // “Rodina”, 1996. Issue 4.

235. Societal Peacemaking Ideology as New Course in Russian Presidentship. // “Etika uspekha”, Journal of Researchers, Consultants and Decision Makers. // Issue 7/1996. Tyumen-Moscow.

236. “Conflict as a form of dialogue?” // “Znanie-Sila”, 1996. Issue 2.

237. “Marginal Barbarian as Russian society phenomena“. // “Rodina”, 1996. Issue 1. P. 41-45.
    
238. “Conflict as a form of dialogue?” Text III. “Inversion and Consensus Gain on the way to the bright future.“ // “Rubezhi”, 1996. Issue 1.     
239. “Civilization and Barbarianims in Russian History.” Article 2. “Russia — Barbarian Civilization?” // “Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost’”, 1995. Issue 6.

240. “Mobile, Desperate and Brave…”. Polemic thoughts on Russian civilization. // “Rodina”, 1995. Issue 10.

241. “Russia and Freedom”. Round table of “Liberalism: ideas, experience, modernity” seminar. Speech. // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1996. Issue 5.

242. “Conflict as a form of Dialogue”. Text II. “Modernization — dialogue process in subcultures”. // “Rubezhi”, 1995. Issue 6.

243. “Presidentship and Mass Mind: New Image of Power in Modernizing Society.” // “Etika uspekha”, Journal for Researchers, Consultants and Decision Makers. Issue 5, 1995. Tyumen-Moscow.     

244. “Conflict as a form of Dialogue”. Text I. “Logic of Conflict”. // “Rubezhi”, 1995. Issue 5.  

245. “Humanities Specialist in Changing World.”. Bakhtinian Readings. Philosophical and Methodological Problems in Humanities. // Orel, 1994.

246. “Barbarianism as Norm”. // “Rodina”, 1995. Issue 8. P. 28-31.
    
247. “Russia and Outer World.” Round table. Speech. // “Otechestvennaya istoria”, 1995. Issue 3.

248. “Civilization and Barbarianims in Russian History.” Article 2. “Barbarianism: sociological model”. // “Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost’”, 1995. Issue 4.

249. “Narrow circle” memoirs. National-State interests concept in A. Kozyrev ”Transformation” book. // “Otkrytaya politika”, 1995. Issue 3.

250. Chapter. “Business values in marginal environment.” // Collective monograph “Modernization in Russia and values conflict”. IF RAN, Moscow, 1994.
    
251. “Russia — broken civilization?” Discussion on A.S. Akhiezer conceptual model. Speech. // “Otechestvennaya istoria”, 1994. Issue 4-5.

252. “Is the Real necessary? Are there alternatives in History? // Znanie-Sila, 1994. Issue 5.

253. “Social Leader Phenomena“. // “Svobodnaya mysl”, 1994. Issue 2-3.

254. “Christian Orthodoxy and Russian Historical Destiny.” // “Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost”, 1994. Issue 2. P. 47-56.

255. “Smuta in Russia.“ Round table on revolutionary periods in Russian history. Speech. // “Znanie-Sila”, 1994. Issue 2.  

256. “Culturosophy: categories and concepts”. In collaboration with A.A. Pelipenko. // “Philosofskie issledovania”, 1994. Issue 1.     

257. “Historical expereince critisism.” (A.S. Akhiezer sociocultural conceptual model). // “Znanie-Sila”, 1993. Issue 5,6.
    
258. “Russia we hadn’t lost”. I World War and Russian revolution from Culturologist’s View. // “Rodina”, 1993. Issue 9-10.

259. Discussions. Russia: critique of Historical Experience. // "Sociai Sciences" Quarterly Review 1993 No2 p.130.

260. “Stalinism. Margins of Phenomena”. // “Svobodnaya mysl’”, 1993. Issue 3.  

261. “Institutional and Chaotic factors in Socialization processes. Problems and Approach.” // Sovremennie tendencii molodezhnoi socializacii. Articles collection. Moscow, 1992.
    
262. “Russian Intelligentsia as interim social type“. // Dinamika kulturnix i socialnih svyazei. IF RAN. Moscow, 1992. P. 47-63.

263. “Russia: Historical experience critisism”. Round table. Discussion on A.S. Akhiezer model. Speech. // “Obshestvennie nauki i sovremennost”, 1992. Issue 5.

264. “Russia. Intelligentsia. Revoultion.” // “Svobodnaya mysl”, 1992. Issue 11.

265. “Stalinism: orthodox-christian society transformation to modernity”. // International scientific seminar. “Stalinism: general pattern, threat, challenge.” Novosibirsk, 1992.

266. “Society and Business Values. Business legimitization in Russian culture”. // Institute of Commercial Engineering, Stocks Congress. Research and Development. Issue 2. Economics, Politics, Society. Moscow, 1992.

267. “Intelligentsia and Russian Eschatology.” // Power and Private Propety in Russia: between past and future. // Internal Materials, Higher Soviet RSFSR. Moscow, 1991.

268. Erotic Culture and World Religions. // “SOUL & BODY“. 1991, Issue 1.

269. Institutional and Chaotic Factors in Socialization Processes. Problem Approaches. // Molodejnii renessans (Youth socialization problems). Moscow, 1990.
    
270. “Is there a logic in Russian history?”. Round table — Podolny, Pomerants, Arutunov, Eidelman, Yakovenko. // Znanie-Sila, 1990/11.  

271. “We have a chance.” // Znanie-sila, 1990/4.
    
272. Modern village culture and Urbanization. // Village spiritual culture. // Traditions and Modernity. Moscow, 1989.
    
273. “High-school development problems and new forms of socialization”. // “Soviet Pedagogy”, 1989, Issue 7.
    
274. “Cultural status of Science Fiction” // Collection: Kulturnaya sreda i ee osvoenie. Moscow, 1988.
    
275. “On tradition dynamics mechanism.” // Factory i mechanismi dinamiki kulturi. Moscow, 1988.
    
276. “Collection of replicated and self-sufficient man.” // Narodnoe tvorchestvo i SMK. Moscow, 1984.  
    
277. “Traditions and Worldview: Problems of Interaction”. // Kultura i mirovozzrenie (USSR conference on Formation of Scientific Worldview 1984). Moscow, 1985.
    
278. “On tradition dynamics mechanics”. // Factori i mechanizmi dinamiki kulturi. (Preprints of scientific reports for coordination meeting on methodological problems of culture. September, 1984). Moscow, 1984.

279. Chapter. “Scientific Ideals Humanism and Role in Social and Cultural Progress”. // Monography: Cultural Progress: philosophical problems. Moscow, Nauka. 1984.

 

                                                                                                                

 

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