Gregory Afinogenov Assistant Professor of History Georgetown University Commons username: @gafinogenov Twitter handle: athenogenes ORCID iD: 0000-0002-6176-6232 gufaculty360.georgetown.edu/s/contact/00336000019GYOdAAO/gregory-afinogenov#/?asPublic=true Following 20 members View ActivityProfileSites 3CORE deposits 7Following 20Followers 20Groups 10DiscussionsDocs Academic InterestsBook historyChinese historyDiplomatic historyGlobal historyImperial ChinaImperial historyInformationRussian history Commons GroupsASEEESASEEES ConventionHCArchivesConspiracy CultureGlobal & Transnational StudiesHistorical theory and the philosophy of historyHistoryImperialism & ExplorationScience Studies and the History of ScienceSocial History of ArchivesSoviet and Russian history and culture Recent Commons Activity deposited Cold War Creatures: Soviet Sc… in the group Soviet and Russian history an… deposited Cold War Creatures: Soviet Sc… in the group Science Studies and the Histo… deposited Cold War Creatures: Soviet Sc… deposited Review of How the Jesuits Sur… AboutI am a historian of Imperial Russia and the world, interested in the history of knowledge very broadly defined. My first book, Spies and Scholars: Chinese Secrets and Imperial Russia’s Quest for World Power, deals with the construction of a Russian intelligence network in Qing Dynasty China between 1650 and 1850. It was published with Harvard University Press in April 2020. EducationPhD, History, Harvard University, 2016 AM, History, Harvard University, 2011 BA, History and Philosophy, Fordham University, 2009 CVView file Work Shared in COREArticlesJesuit Conspirators and Russia’s East Asian Fur Trade, 1791–1807Andrei Ershov and the Soviet Information AgeOtium cum Dignitate: Economy, Politics, and Pastoral in Eighteenth-Century New YorkBook chaptersCold War Creatures: Soviet Science and the Problem of the Abominable SnowmanBook reviewsReview of How the Jesuits Survived Their Suppression. The Society of Jesus in the Russian Empire (1773-1814) by Marek Inglot S. J.Review of An Academy at the Court of the Tsars: Greek Scholars and Jesuit Education in Early Modern Russia, written by Nikolaos ChrissidisReview of Au service de la reconciliation des Églises: Jean Gagarin, Jean Martynow et Victor de Buck: Correspondance, edited by Robert Danieluk, S.J., and Bernard Joassart, S.J.