Lebedeva, G.N. (20210> HOMO ACADEMICUS. Part I. Scientific and Public organizations of the Russian Empire: between State Responsibility and Private Initiative. Eastern European humanitarian collection of mini monographs, 01-2021 (007), 61-107. European Scientific e-Journal,– Hlučín-Bobrovníky: “Anisiia Tomanek” OSVČ.
Homo academicus was the title of a book by Pierre Bourdieu, published in Russia in 2017. Research of the person, his chances in the period of formation of scientific organizations – a research topic. The monograph is devoted to the development of scientific organizations of the Slavic peoples. The philosophical and anthropological grounds for the preservation of cultural heritage and creation in the Russian Empire in the XVIII and first half of the XIX century are considered. It was possible to trace how the scientific and practical activities of Russian statesmen and scientists formed programs and institutions for the preservation of cultural heritage.
Homo academicus, Pierre Bourdieu, scientific organizations, cultural identity, nation, cultural heritage, Imperial Russian Academy of Sciences.