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Mar 26, 19:00

Lecture by Irene Polinskaya, King's College London, on ‘Coping with the Gods:" Current Approaches to the Study of Greek Polytheism

Mar 27, 17:00

Lecture on ‘Russia and the global populist wave’ by Steven Fish (University of California, Berkeley)

Mar 28, 17:00

Research seminar on ‘The Security Dilemma and the Western perception of Russia’. Speaker: Mathew Rendall, University of Nottingham

Apr 20 – Apr 21

IV International Scientific and Practical Conference of young scientists, graduate students and students ‘Population, Public Health and Development

Application deadline – April 1, 2018 

Apr 20 – Apr 25
Applications for Database Access

Application deadline – April 20, 2018 

Jul 5 – Jul 12

VIII International Russian-Chinese Summer School on International Relations 'Beyond the Traditional Agenda: New Reality for Russia and China'

Application deadline – March 31, 2018 

School of Linguistics Launches an Online Course on Typology

The aim of the course is to obtain the idea of the lexicon as a complex system and to get the methodology of the typological approach to the lexicon cross-linguistically, as well as to learn about the general mechanisms of semantic shift and their typological relevance.

Analysing BRICS Media and Creative Industries

On April 11, Dr Daya Thussu, Professor of International Communication and Co-Director of India Media Centre at the Communication and Media Research Institute (University of Westminster) will speak at the XVIII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development. His presentation, entitled ‘Creative industries in BRICS nations and glocalization of content’, is part of a panel session on Global corporations and local media content producers on newly emerging markets: technological and creative aspects. In addition to his academic role at the University of Westminster, he serves as the Managing Editor of the journal ‘Global Media and Communication’.

Illustration for news: What Russians Tell Tourists about their Towns

What Russians Tell Tourists about their Towns

Residents of provincial Russian towns put it differently when talking about their towns to Muscovites, foreigners, and tourists from other Russian regions. Such an ‘individual approach’ is spontaneous and may be useful in creating city tourist brands, concluded Nadezhda Radina as a result of her experiment, which involved over 800 residents of Russian provinces.