In the Great Reading Room of the National Library of the Republic of Tatarstan a book exhibition has opened from the funds of the Department of Manuscripts and Rare Books "The First Tatar Professor", dedicated to the 130th anniversary of the birth of the outstanding Tatar historian, writer and critic Gaziz Gubaidullin ( 1887-1937).
The Permanent Representative of the Republic of Tatarstan in the city of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region Renat Valiullin held a meeting with the Head of the North-West Scientific Center named after I. L. N. Gumilev Shamil Ahmetshin.
On April 7, 2017, the Institute of History of the RT Academy of Sciences donated the first copy of the seven-volume "History of the Tatars" and the monograph "The Golden Horde in World History", which was published for the first time in English, as a gift to the Bodleian Library of Oxford University. Director of the Institute of History after Sh. Mardzhani Rafael Khakimov gave valuable monographs to Lidia Wright, an employee of the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Bodleian Library.
April 7, 2017, in Oxford, the international conference themed "Tatars in World History", a working meeting of the Institute of History after Sh. Mardzhani RT Academy of Sciences with its European colleagues: professor Istvan Vashari from the University after Ettesh Lorand (Budapest, Hungary) and professor Dariusz Kolodzeychik from the Institute of History of the University of Warsaw and the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences took place.
April 8, 2017, in Oxford, the conference "Tatars in World History" was held. The organizers of the conference appeared the Institute of History after Sh. Marjani RT Academy of sciences together with partners from Oxford University.
March 23, at the Russian Ethnographic Museum, the official opening of the exhibition "The World of the Tatar Culture of the 19th-20th Century" took place. The organizers of the exhibition are: the Ministry of Culture of the Russian Federation, the Russian Ethnographic Museum, with the support of the Tatar national-cultural autonomy of St. Petersburg.
The Organizing Committee of the All-Russian (with international participation) scientific-practical, historical and regional studies conference "Problems of studying, preserving and reviving disappeared villages", which will be held in Aznakaevo (Tatarstan), reports the following: