Anton Gorsky is a member of the faculty since 2002.
In 1985-2005 and from 2010 to present – fellow of the Institute of Russian history of Russian Academy of Sciences.
Executive editor of the journal "Medieval Russia" (in 1996).
Laureate of the prize named after V. O. Klyuchevsky of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2006 (for the book "Russia: From the Slavic Settlement to the Moscow Kingdom").
Member of the dissertation Council of Russian history of historical faculty of Moscow state University.
Author of about 200 works on Russian history of the middle Ages and early modern times.
"The Tale of Igor's Campaign" and "Zadonschina": source study and historical-cultural problems. M., 1992.
Russian lands in the XIII-XIV centuries: the ways of political development. M., 1996.
The great migration of peoples: ethno-political and social aspects. M., 1999. (Co-author)
Moscow and the Horde. M., 2000.
Personality and mentality of the Russian middle ages. M., 2001.
The tale of Igor's campaign. M., 2002. (Preparation of text, translation, commentary.)
Russia: From the Slavic Settlement to the Moscow State. M., 2004.
Eastern Europe in XIII–XV centuries: trends of political development // Studies of the Department of historical and philological Sciences. 2006. M., 2007. P. 356-363.
Ancient Russia: essays in the political and social system. M., 2008. (Co-author)
From lands to the great princedoms. M., 2010.
The Russian middle Ages: myths and historical reality. M., 2011.