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Academic Studies Press, 2021.

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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.

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Acceleration of Education in the Cluster Structure of the Economy

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

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Tag "conferences & seminars" – News

HSE School of Philology Researchers at ASEEES Conference in Washington

Elena Zemskova, Elena Ostrovskaya, Maya Kucherskaya, Alexey Vdovin, and Pavel Nerler spoke on various aspects of the history of Russian literature and culture.

Report by Alexey Vdovin at Humboldt University of Berlin

On November 11th,  Alexey Vdovin, Associate Professor at the School of Philology presented a report ‘Between Hegel and George Sand: How Russian Critics and Writers Invented Peasants in the 19th Century Fiction’ at the Institute for Slavic Studies. 

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’. 

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’. 

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.