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News

Alexander Piperski Gets Russian Academy of Sciences Medal

Alexander Piperski, Lecturer at the HSE School of Philology, has received an award for Russian young literature and languages researchers for his book Constructing Languages: From Esperanto to Dothraki.

Books by HSE Lecturer and Graduates Get Awards

On November 16, the winners of the Prosvetitel (‘enlightener’) award for best popular science books in Russian were announced. 'Constructing languages: from Esperanto to Dothraki' by Alexander Piperski, Senior Lecturer at the School of Philology, won in the Humanities category. The winner in the Natural Sciences category is 'That’s crazy! A guidebook of psychological disorders for a big city resident', a book by HSE graduates Daria Varlamova and Anton Zainiev.

Rethinking Dickens in the light of Osip Mandelstam’s case

New article by Elena Penskaya, the head of the School of Philolohy, in the Italian academic journal "Enthymema".

'They try to turn Osip Mandelstam into the state poet'

An interview with professor Oleg Lekmanov, the author of a new Mandelstam's biography

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.

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.

New Book by Konstantin Polivanov Published

On May 29 Konstantin Polivanov, Associate Professor at the School of Philology defended his PhD thesis at the University of Tartu.