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Lectures, consultations, museum lessons


Lectures for students in grades 5-11, students of universities and colleges, employees of organizations are given by guides and scientific staff of the museum. It is possible to hold both in the museum and on the basis of the educational institution/organization.

The topics of the lectures are determined by the museum's collection, the theme of the exhibitions and the research areas of the museum specialists. These are the history of development of the Russian Far East, the Civil War in the Russian Far East, the Cossacks on the Amur River, the development of the region during the Soviet period, the role of the Far East in the Great Patriotic War, Far Eastern literature, the flora and fauna of the Khabarovsk region, etc. Lectures are also developed on request. Illustrations - documents, photos and items from the museum's collection, traveling exhibitions.

Brief list of lectures:

  • "The Story of Steller's Sea Cow."
  • "Russian Writers in Khabarovsk"
  • "I.A. Goncharov and A.P. Chekhov in the Far East".
  • "The Life and Work of Pyotr Komarov"
  • "Repressed Art and Culture Workers"
  • "Ornamental Art of the Peoples of the Lower Amur".
  • "Bear Fest."
  • "Shamanism - the Religion of the Peoples of the Lower Amur".
  • "The Development of the Russian Far East in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries".
  • "G.I. Nevelsky's Amur Expedition".
  • "The traditional costume of the settler peasants.
    (the turn of the nineteenth to the twentieth century)".
  • "The Russo-Japanese War of 1904-1905."
  • "China Eastern Railway"
  • "Khabarovsk Krai during the Great Patriotic War".
  • "Manchurian Operation. Defeat of Militaristic Japan".
  • "Maxim Passar is a Hero of Russia.
  • "Orthodox Churches of Khabarovsk".
  • "St. Innocent of Irkutsk"

Information and recording by phone: +7 (4212) 477-158, Excursion Department


Consultations for schoolchildren and students on the history of Khabarovsk Krai, Far Eastern literature, ethnography of indigenous peoples of Khabarovsk Krai. The collection, etc., are conducted by tour guides, employees of the research and fund departments of the museum. Consultations take place in the museum.

Information and recording by phone: +7 (4212) 477-158, Excursion Department

Museum lesson

The museum lesson is conducted for the purpose of deepening the knowledge of pupils on the topic of the school course (basic or optional) directly at the museum exposition. It preserves the continuity with the traditional forms of lesson work, its peculiarity lies in the realization of the tasks of school education in the educational environment of the museum.

Today the museum offers school teachers museum lessons on all available historical exhibits. Each of these expositions can highlight one or another aspect of historical development and develop a lesson in accordance with the requirements of the new generation of educational standards. Integrated lessons in history and literature have the greatest educational and developmental effect: for example, "The Eastern branch of Russian emigration", "Traditions and manners of Russian society of the 19th century". Participants in such lessons are high school students - students in grades 8-11.

Museum lessons

  1. "The Development of the Far East in the Seventeenth and Early Twentieth Centuries.
  2. "P.A. Stolypin and the Far East".
  3. "The Civil War in the Far East."
  4. "Development of the Khabarovsk Territory in 1923-1930".
  5. "Development of the Khabarovsk Territory in the 1930s.
  6. "Development of Khabarovsk Krai during the Great Patriotic War".
  7. "Development of Khabarovsk Krai in 1945-1953".
  8. "Development of Khabarovsk Krai in the Second Half of the XX Century.

Integrated lessons in history and literature

  1. "Everyday Life and Mores of the Russian Merchantry in the 19th Century".
  2. "The Eastern Branch of the Russian Emigration"

Information and recording by phone: +7 (4212) 477-178, methodical department

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