Institute of Philosophy
Russian Academy of Sciences

  Valentina Omelaenko
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Valentina Omelaenko

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Year and place of birth


1987, Moscow



2008–2011 – Postgraduate studies (Department of Political Science, State Academic University for Humanities)

2003–2008 – Department of Political Science (State Academic University for Humanities)

ResearcherID: S-6006-2017


ORCID iD SPIN - 3767-6396AuthorID: 670751 

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Fields of research

History of Russian political thought, Russian political tradition, political processes and institutions in modern Russia


Professional appointments

Junior Research Fellow at the IPhRAS



  • Forms of Public Communication and Social Self-Organizationin Russia in the First Half of the 19th Century // Bulletin of Moscow University. Series 12: Political Science. № 2. 2018.  P. 34-44.
  • Social science and social practice: up-to-day approaches and ideas of Alexander Bogdanov // Polylogos. 2018. Vol. 2. № 4. [Electronic resource] URL: DOI: 10.18254/S0000064-2-1  (co-authored with S. Pirozhkova)
  • International scientific conference "Prince Pyotr Andreevich Vyazemsky and the historical destinies of Russia (on the 225th anniversary of his birth)". Moscow, Institute of Philosophy RAS, State Museum-Estate "Ostafievo", June 1 and 3, 2017 // Polylogos. 2017. V. 1. No 2 [Electronic resource] URL:
  • Forms of social self-organization and social communications in pre-reform Russia (on the example of public activity of P. A. Vyazemsky) // Polylogos. 2017. V. 1. No 2 [Electronic resource] URL:
  • «The philosophy of Russian history of N.M. Karamzin". The international scientific conference // Philosophical Sciences. 2016. № 11. P. 154-157.
  • Historical and Cultural Context of Political Interests Aggregation (Based on the Russian Liberal Subculture of the Mid XIX – Early XX Century) // Bulletin of Moscow State Regional University (e-journal). 2016. № 4. URL: 
  • Philosophical, historical and socio-political thought of T. N. Granovsky as a source of forming of Russian public consciousness of the XIX century // Philosophy and culture. 2015. № 11. P. 1648-1654.
  • Intellectual portraits. Essays about Russian political thinkers of the XIX-XX centuries. A. Kara-Murza. (abstract) // Abstract journal of the Institute for Scientific Information on Social Sciences. 2015. №. 3. P. 182-186.
  • Russian Science in the Context of Media // Philosophy of science and Technology. 2015. Vol. 20. № 2. P. 142-163 (co-authored with N. Emel'janova)
  • The educational activity of T. N. Granovsky in the context of the liberal philosophical and political thought in Russia // Philosophy. Tolerance. Globalization. East and West - dialogue of worldviews: abstracts of VII Russian Philosophical Congress (Ufa, October 6-10, 2015) T. II - Ufa: Bashkir State University, 2015. P. 54.
  • Two Identities and two Russias of Vladimir Veidle // Philosophical Sciences. 2015. №7. P. 38-44.
  • International scientific conference "Philosophy in the public space" // Bulletin of the Russian humanitarian scientific Fund. № 2. 2015. P. 258-262 (co-authored with A. Yakovleva, N. Emel'janova).
  • About the Section on Young Philosophers // Russian Journal of Philosophical Sciences. 2014. № 6. P. 128-130 (co-authored with A. Yakovleva).
  • Formation problem of "the liberal public" in Russia in Ariadna V. Tyrkova-Williams's memoirs // Time chose us: a way of theIntellectual to policy. Collection of scientific articles. 2012.
  • Russian liberal subculture in mid XIX - early XX centuries. The problem dedicated to a search of civilizational foundations // Russian world as a cultural space. M. IPh RAS, 2011. P. 139-146
  • Problems of formation of liberal public organizations in Russia in late XIX - early XX century // Historical documents and Challenges of Archeography; national and world history of modern and contemporary. Compilated abstracts of young scientists, participated in the conference  «Clio-2011." M. ROSSPEN, 2011.