The scholarly journal, “The New Historical Bulletin,” was founded in 2000 by Sergey Ippolitov (publisher) and Sergey Karpenko (editor-in-chief) both graduates of the Institute for History and Archives. Journal issues are prepared for publication under the auspices of the Institute for History and Archives of the Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow).
The journal specializes in the publication of scholarly articles and popular essays on Medieval, Imperial, Modern, and Contemporary Russian history that utilize previously overlooked or newly discovered archival documents.
In 2003 the journal was included in the list of leading peer-reviewed scientific journals approved by the Russian Higher Attestation Commission (VAK).
In 2006 it was included in the bibliographic database of scientific publications, the Russian Science Citation Index (RINTs).
Since 2009 it has been published quarterly.
In 2012 it was included in the abstract and citation database Scopus.
In 2014 г. it was included in the Open Academic Journals Index (OAJI).
Since 2014 г. OAJI and KiberLeninka have provided Open Access for articles published in the journal.
In 2015 it was included in the bibliographic database Russian Science Citation Index on the Web of Science platform (RSCI).
In 2017 it was included in the European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS).
Sergey V. Karpenko – Candidate of History, Professor, Department of Contemporary Russian History, Institute for History and Archives, Russian State University for the Humanities, Member of the Union of Russian Writers (Moscow, Russia);
Oleg G. Bukhovets – Doctor of History, Professor, Department of Political Science, Institute of Social and Humanitarian Education, Belarus State Economic University (Minsk, Republic of Belarus); email@example.com
Lubomír Cech – Doctor of History, Associate Professor, Head of the Department of International Political Relations, Faculty of International Relations, University of Economics in Bratislava (Bratislava, Slovak Republic);
Natalia T. Eregina – Doctor of History, Senior lecturer, Head of the Department of History and Philosophy, Yaroslavl State Medical University (Yaroslavl, Russia);
Donald Filtzer – Emeritus Professor of Russian History, Department of Social Sciences & Social Work, University of East London (London, United Kingdom);
Wendy Z. Goldman – Professor, Department of History, Carnegie Mellon
University (Pittsburgh, USA);
Vitaliy G. Karnialiuk – Candidate of History, Senior Lecturer, Department of Tourism and Cultural Heritage, Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno (Grodno, Republic of Belarus); firstname.lastname@example.org
Natalia G. Kulinich – Doctor of History, Professor, Department of Philosophy and Culturology, Pacific State University (Khabarovsk, Russia);
Alexander M. Pashkov – Doctor of History, Professor, Department of Domestic History, Petrozavodsk State University (Petrozavodsk, Russia);
Anatoliy A. Simonov – Candidate of History, Senior Lecturer, Department of Domestic History and Historiography, Institute of History and International Relations, Saratov National Research State University (Saratov, Russia);
Vladimir L. Uspenskiy – Doctor of History, Professor, Department of Mongolian Studies and Tibetology, Faculty of Asian and African Studies, Saint-Petersburg State University (St. Petersburg, Russia);
Vasiliy P. Zinovev – Doctor of History, Professor, Head of the Department of Domestic History, National Research Tomsk State University (Tomsk, Russia);