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Goncharov in the Twenty-First Century

Зубков К. Ю., Guskov S., Балакин А. Ю. et al.

Academic Studies Press, 2021.

Epileptogenic high-frequency oscillations present larger amplitude both in mesial temporal and neocortical regions

Karpychev V., Balatskaya A., Utyashev N. et al.

Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2022. No. 16.

Book chapter
Acceleration of Education in the Cluster Structure of the Economy

Kazakov V. V., Olga V. Vinogradova, Nametkin D. V. et al.

In bk.: Digital Education in Russia and Central Asia. Singapore: Springer, 2022. P. 115-124.

Working paper
The mode of retelling: Bjarnar saga Hítdælakappa in Bæjarbók á Rauðasandi

Daria G.

Pre-Print Papers of the 18th International Saga Conference: Sagas and the Circum-Baltic Arena, Helsinki and Tallinn, 7–14 August 2022. Publications in Folklore Studies. Folklore Studies, Department of Cultures, University of Helsinki, 2022

Professor Stefania Sini Gave a Lecture ‘The Study of Narrative: Fundamental Principles’

On Thursday, Professor Stefania Sini from the Amedeo Avogadro University of Eastern Piedmont, Italy gave a lecture on the study of narrative.

In this lecture, Professor Sini presented an overview of the ‘classical’ study of narratives from the perspectives of structuralism and semiotics, and notes changing perspectives that followed the ‘post-classical’ study of narrative – the development of the cognitive approach.

Professor Sini talked about theoretical and methodological advantages of each approach, and their most characteristic features, their achievements and weaknesses.

She also talked about alternatives to these approaches that have developed recently, and which are particularly interesting from a hermaneutic and critical point of view.