Salikhov, Radik Rimovich
Radik Rimovich Salikhov (Tat. Radik Rim uly Salikhov; born April 10, 1965, Kupaevo, Mamadyshsky district, Tatar ASSR, RSFSR, USSR) - Soviet and Russian historian and philologist. Laureate of the State Prize of the Republic of Tatarstan in the field of science and technology (2008). Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan (2016). Director of the Sh. Mardzhani Institute of History (2020 - present).
Radik Rimovich Salikhov was born on April 10, 1965 in the village of Kupaevo, Mamadyshsky district of the Tatar ASSR. From the teaching family of Svetlana and Rim Salikhovs, Doctor of Philology, Professor of the Department of Tatar Literature at Kazan State University named after V.I. Lenin. Brother - Marat.
In 1982 he entered the philological faculty of the V.I.Lenin Kazan State University, from which he graduated in 1989. In 1989-1990, he was a teacher of the Russian language and literature at the Kazan secondary school No. 11. In 1990, he began working at the Institute of Language, Literature and History of the Kazan branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences (hereinafter - the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan), where he graduated in 1994 graduate school, and also consistently held the positions of junior, scientific and senior researcher of the Department of the Code of Monuments. In 1997 he moved to the newly formed Institute of History named after Sh. Mardzhani of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan, where he was a senior researcher (1997-2007), head of the department of modern and contemporary history (2007-2011), deputy director for scientific work (2011-2020). He is a member of the Academic Council of the Institute of History named after Sh. Mardzhani of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tatarstan, the National Museum of the Republic of Tatarstan, the State Historical, Architectural and Art Reserve "Kazan Kremlin", the National Council of the World Congress of Tatars (since 2015), the Kazan Commission on Toponymy (since 2015) ...
In 1998 he received the degree of candidate of historical sciences, having defended a thesis on the topic "Social and reformatory activities of the Tatar bourgeoisie of Kazan in the second half of the XIX - early XX century." In 2006 he defended his dissertation "The Tatar bourgeoisie of the Russian Empire: interaction with society and power (second half of the 19th - early 20th centuries)" and became a doctor of historical sciences. Corresponding member (since 2011), full member of the Academy