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Book
Goncharov in the Twenty-First Century

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

Academic Studies Press, 2021.

Article
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

Research&Expertise – News

‘Students Should Read Dostoevsky or Tolstoy Because They Help Readers See beyond the Noise of Our Present’

‘Students Should Read Dostoevsky or Tolstoy Because They Help Readers See beyond the Noise of Our Present’
On September 23, the HSE School of Philological Studies launched the third season of its international academic workshop on ‘The 19th-Century Russian Novel: Corpus, Poetics, Social Imaginary’. We talked to Alexey Vdovin, Associate Professor at the School of Philological Studies, about the workshop’s plans and international cooperation, as well as to Ani Kokobobo, Chair of the Department of Slavic and Eurasian Languages and Literatures at the University of Kansas, who opened this year’s workshop with her report ‘Strange Bedfellows – Leo Tolstoy and Andrea Dworkin’.

Digitized Archives Are a Great Treasure

Fyodor Dostoevsky.  Notebook, 1870–1871. From the manuscript collections of the Russian State Library
Digital archives and electronic versions of manuscripts are essential to the work of modern-day philologists, linguists, and literary scholars. The possibilities that digitization opens up to researchers were the focus of the second international conference of early career researchers of Russian literature. The conference had the theme of ‘Text as DATA: The Manuscript in the Digital Space’ and was hosted by the HSE Faculty of Humanities.

Ekaterina Boltunova and "Russian Shorts"

Ekaterina Boltunova and "Russian Shorts"
Ekaterina Boltunova has become a member of the Editorial Board of a new book series, Russian Shorts, published by Bloomsbury Press.

Mikhail Pavlovets at Amherst College

HSE Associate Professor Mikhail Pavlovets participated in the workshop on the Underground Poetry at Amherst College, USA

Lecture Series Explores Communicative Supertypes, Russian as a Reality-Oriented Language, and Language & Culture

On March 19 and 22, Per Durst-Andersen, professor in the Department of Management, Society and Communication at Copenhagen Business School, gave three lectures at the Higher School of Economics on topics that fall under his current research interests, which focus largely on cognitive linguistics; communicative and linguistic typology; language, culture and identity; semiotics; and the philosophy of science. A well-known expert in cross-cultural pragmatics and specialist in business communication, Professor Durst-Andersen delivered the lectures as part of the ‘Language in the Universe of Culture: Russian Communicative Style’ course.

Researching the Intersection of Russian Literature and Medicine

Since last September, Matthew Mangold has been a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Philology at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. After completing a PhD in Comparative Literature at Rutgers University in 2017, he joined HSE to conduct research on the intersection between Russian literature and the medical arts, in particular environmental medicine and psychology.

Translation Studies Expert Speaks at School of Philology

On September 26 and 27, the HSE School of Philology hosted Professor Brian Baer of Kent University (Ohio, USA) for a lecture entitled ‘The Translator’s Biography in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia: Art, Politics, Identity’, followed by a workshop on ‘Teaching Translation Studies’. Following his lecture and workshop, Professor Baer spoke with the HSE News Service about his career as a translator, the role of the translator in society and his recommendations for international readers looking for exposure to Russian literature.

Mysterious Russian Realism: International Conference "Effects of Verisimilitude: Modes of Russian Realism"

Mysterious Russian Realism: International Conference "Effects of Verisimilitude: Modes of Russian Realism"
Professors from Stanford and New York Universities speak of the Conference at School of Philology

Svetlana Cecovic's Talk on Russian Revolution 1917

International Conference on Russian Revolution took place in Italy

Svetlana Cecovic's Talk at Jyväskylä University, Finland

Assistant Professor of School of Philology at Conference on East-West Cultural Relations