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Коротка біографічна довідка Бориса Морозова


Name:            Boris Morozov
Born:            30 July 1956
Family Status:        Married +1
Academic Degree:    Ph.D. in History
Address:        Adirim 5-31, Tel-Aviv 69184
Telephone:        03-6494774
Date of Aliya:        16 October 1991            
Languages:        Russian, English, Hebrew


1979-83     - Ph.D., Moscow State University, Post-Graduate Studies
Title of dissertation: “The Establishment of a State Apparatus in         1917-19: The Case of the People’s Commissariat of Railroads”

1973-78     - M.A. Moscow State University, Faculty of History, Specialization:   Soviet History


1991- up to now - Research Fellow, Cummings Center for Russian and East European Studies, Tel Aviv University
2015 – up to now – Documental Expert of the Claims Conference
2008 – up to now – Professor, Center of Post-Soviet Studies, Russian State Humanitarian University
2008-09 – Academic Director of Contemporary Russian Studies Program, Adelson Institute for Strategic Studies, Shalom Center, Jerusalem
1984-91- Senior Lecturer in Labor History, Academy of Labor and Social Relations
1978-84 - Research Fellow, Institute of Documental Research and Archives in the Central Soviet Archives



1.    (et. al.), Methods of Research of Documents of Top Priority in the State Archives, (in Russian), Central Archives, Moscow, 1984.
2.    The Formation of the Bodies of the Central Government of Soviet Russia in 1917-1918, (in Russian), Progress-Academiia, Moscow, 1995.
3.    (with Ziva Galili) Exiled to Palestine: The Emigration of Soviet Zionist Convicts, 1924-1934, Routledge, London, 2006.


1.    Jewish Emigration in the Light of New Documents, (in Russian), Ivrus, Tel Aviv, 1998.
2.    Documents on Soviet Jewish Emigration, Frank Cass, London, Portland, 1999. Revised Russian edition of "Jewish Emigration in the Light of New Documents".
3.    (with Zeev Khanin) “Bogdim be Moledet” (Traitors to Mother Russia: Jewish Emigration through Soviet Eyes), (in Hebrew), Tel Aviv University Press, 2005.
4.    (with Yaacov Ro'i) The Soviet Union and the June 1967 Six Day War, Washington, Wilson Center, 2008.
5.    (with Soli Shahvar and Gad G.Gilbar) The Baha'is of Iran, Transcaspia and the Caucasus (in 2 volumes), (in English), London, New York, I.B.Tauris, 2011.


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