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Book chapter
On the Palaeographical and Codicological Particularities of the Lex Salica Manuscript Tradition, from the Late 8th to the 16th cent. ( = Zur Frage der palaeographischen und kodikologischen Eigenschaften der handschriftlichen Tradition von Lex Salica (8. bis zum 16. Jh.) )

Zemlyakov M.

In bk.: Западноевропейские рукописи и документы от Поздней античности до начала Нового времени в собрания Санкт-Петербурга: изучение, каталогизация, цифровая публикация: Международная конференция. Санкт-Петербург, 19-22 сентября 2019 г.. 2019. P. 68-71.

Working paper
Long Waves in the Pre-Industrial Period: A Time Series Analysis of Soviet Researchers’ Data

Mustafin A. R.

Humanities. HUM. Basic Research Programme, 2019

Research&Expertise – News

Alexander Kamenskii Presented Reports in USA

Alexander Kamenskii, Head of the School of History took part in the conference ‘KOLL-MANIA. Celebrating the scholarship of Nancy Shields Kollmann’ that was held on October 8-10 in Stanford.  Alexander Kamenskii presented the report ‘A Story of Criminal Love in the 18th Century’ – a case study based on a lawsuit found in the archive of Moscow office on zemstvo affairs.

HSE Academic Wins Prize of Dinasty Foundation

Stalin: Zhizn odnovo vozhdya  or  Stalin: New Biography of A Dictator  by Oleg Khlevniuk, Leading Research Fellow at the International Centre for the History and Sociology of WWII and Its Consequences, has won the Prosvetitel [Enlightener] 2015 Prize for Biography.  

Articles by HSE Professors Published in ‘Word and Image in Russian History’ Collection

Academic Studies Press issued the ‘Word and Image in Russian History: Essays in Honor of Gary Marker’. The articles ‘Businesswomen in Eighteenth-Century Russian Provinicial Towns’ by Alexander Kamenskii and ‘Catherine’s Liberation of the Greeks: High-Minded Discourse and Everyday Realities’ by Elena Smilyanskaya were also included in the collection.

Anna Guseva at XI International Conference ‘Sustainable City Life. Exploring Aesthetic Values in Urban Settings’

Anna Guseva, Associate Professor at the School of History delivered a report at the XI International Conference ‘Sustainable City Life. Exploring Aesthetic Values in Urban Settings’, organized by the International Institute of Applied Aesthetics at the University of Helsinki.

Svetlana Yatsyk Spoke at the International Medieval Congress in Leeds

Svetlana Yatsyk, Analyst at the HSE Laboratory of Medieval Studies, spoke at the 22nd International Medieval Congress in Leeds on the problem of paganism in the works by John of Wales.

A People’s History of War

HSE has hosted the international academic conference ‘Europe, 1945: Liberation, Occupation, Retribution,’ during which historians, sociologists, and culturologists from various countries discussed the social, economic, military, political, and cultural phenomena caused by World War II. In an interview with the HSE News Service, the Director of HSE’s International Centre for the History and Sociology of World War II and Its Consequences, Oleg Budnitskii, discusses the conference, its organizers, and its guests, and also talks about why it is important to study the human dimension of war.

'I Gulped down Ginzburg’s Article with Greedy, Insatiable Pleasure'

On 1st to 3rd June, the remarkable Italian historian and one of the founders of microhistory, Carlo Ginzburg will give a series of open lectures at the HSE. Professor Ginzburg has been invited to Moscow by the Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities (IGITI). His translator, Professor at the School of Philosophy, Sergey Kozlov spoke to the HSE News Service about how he was inspired to translate Ginzburg’s work into Russian which led to them becoming firm friends. 

Dmitriy Dobrowolski’s Presentation at Oxford

Dmitriy Dobrowolski’s Presentation at Oxford
From April 24 – 26th, 2015, an international academic conference ‘Identity, Ethnicity and Nationhood before Modernity: Old Debates and New Perspectives’ took place at the University of Oxford. The event was organized by the Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH).

Lecture by Stella Rock on 'Post-secular’ Europe through the Lens of Pilgrimage'

On April 21 a lecture by Dr Stella Rock on 'Post-secular’ Europe through the Lens of Pilgrimage' took place at Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities.

Report by Professor Jay Winter on 'Shell Shock in the First World War and after'

On April 17 Jay M. Winter, Professor of History at Yale University spoke on ‘Shell Shock in the First World War and after’. The event was organized by Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities.