Dr. Boris Morozov
BORIS MOROZOV – graduated from the Historical Faculty of Moscow State University, where in 1983 received Ph.D. in History for the dissertation " The Establishment of a State Apparatus in 1917-18: The Case of the People’s Commissariat of Railroads". From 1978 until 1984 worked in the Institute of Documental Research and Archives (in the Central Soviet Archives) and from 1984 until 1991 – in Academy of Labor and Social Relations. In 1991 immigrated to Israel, since 1991 works in Tel Aviv University. Specializes in the problems of Jewish emigration and history of Russian-Israeli relations. Expert on the methodology of work with Russian archival documents. Author and editor of the books: The Formation of the Bodies of the Central Government of Soviet Russia in 1917-1918, (in Russian), Progress-Academiia, Moscow, 1995; Jewish Emigration in the Light of New Documents, (in Russian), Ivrus, Tel Aviv, 1998; Documents on Soviet Jewish Emigration (London, Frank Cass Publishers, 1999); (with Ziva Galili) Exiled to Palestine: The Emigration of Soviet Zionist Convicts, 1924-1934, Routledge, London, 2006; (with Yaacov Ro'i) The Soviet Union and the June 1967 Six Day War(Washington, Stanford University Press, 2008); (with Gadi Gilbar and Soli Shahvar) Bahai in Persia, Russia and Transcaspia (London; New York, I.B. Tauris Publishers, 2011); In the course of the coming year his book on the Persecution of Russian Zionists and their exile to Palestine will be published in the Russian language by the Russian State Humanities University press. Currently, he leads the project of a publication of Soviet-Israeli documents.