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Goncharov in the Twenty-First Century

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

Academic Studies Press, 2021.

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Poselyagin N.

In bk.: The Companion to Juri Lotman: A Semiotic Theory of Culture. L.; NY; Dublin: Bloomsbury, 2022. Ch. 16. P. 225-233.

Working paper
Language and Cultural Contacts in the Russian-Nordic Borderlands: Change and Continuity

Vlakhov A., Deresh A., Mironova E. et al.

Linguistics. WP BRP. НИУ ВШЭ, 2021. No. 108.

News

‘Poetry Keeps Coming Back to the Question of Life and Death’

‘Poetry Keeps Coming Back to the Question of Life and Death’
The HSE School of Philology is organising a new university project, Poet in Residence. The first poet to take up the post is Alexander Kushner. In October he came to talk to students about what poetry is concerned with and promised students he would comment on their verses in the future. 

Konstantin Polivanov at Conference in Stanford

Konstantin Polivanov, Associate Professor at the School of Philology took part in the international conference ‘Poetry and Politics in the 20th Century: Boris Pasternak, His Family, and His Novel Doctor Zhivago’. 

Gasan Gusejnov at Congress of Slavists at Giessen University

Gasan Gusejnov, Professor at the School of Philology presented a report at the opening ceremony of the Congress of Slavists at Giessen University, Germany.

Debating the Next Nobel Laureate

On October 8, 2015, the winner of this year’s Nobel Prize in Literature will be announced. The favourites among bookmakers are the Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami, Belarusian author Svetlana Alexievich, and Kenya’s Ngugi wa Thiong’o. Maya Kucherskaya, Professor in the HSE School of Philology, shares her opinions on the most likely contenders.

New Article by Ekaterina Boltunova

New Article by Ekaterina Boltunova
The article 'Imperial Throne Halls and Discourse of Power in the Topography of Early Modern Russia (late 17th–18th centuries)' by Ekaterina Boltunova, Associate Professor at the School of Philology, was published in the collection 'The Emperor's House: Palaces from Augustus to the Age of Absolutism' issued by De Gruyter.

Transnational Russian Culture

On August 28-29 the international seminar ‘Transnational Russian Culture’ was held at the University of Helsinki. The researchers from Finland, Estonia, Germany, the USA, Israel and Russia took part in the event.

The Holy Fools Symposium in Munich

The Holy Fools Symposium in Munich
Sergey Ivanov, Professor at the School of Philology took part in the international symposium ‘The Holy Fools’ as co-organizer of the event. The symposium was held on September 11-12 at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich. Ivanov presented the report ‘Holy Foolery as an Ambiguous Sanctity by Nicon of the Black Mount’. 

Monography by Sergey Ivanov Translated into Czech

Czech publishing house ‘Pavel Mervart’ issued the translation of the monography ‘Holy Fools: A Cultural History’ by Sergey Ivanov, Professor at the School of Philology.

Congress of the International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

Congress of the International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
Ekaterina Boltunova, Associate Professor at the School of Philology organized the section ‘Marketing of Self / Self-Marketing: Strategies of Behavior and Self-Representation in the 18th Century Russia’ at the Fourteenth Congress of the International Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, that took place in Rotterdam in July.

Konstantin Polivanov Delivered an Open Lecture in Riga

Konstantin Polivanov Delivered an Open Lecture in Riga
On August 12 Konstantin Polivanov, Associate Professor at the School of Philology delivered an open lecture on the novel ‘Doctor Zhivago’ by Boris Pasternak in Riga, Latvia.