Oksana Osadchaya, a blind sophomore in the undergraduate philology programme, has developed a version of braille for Old Russian texts. Oksana recently defended her thesis on the subject. Together with her academic advisor Alexey Gippius, Oksana met with the HSE News Service to discuss her work, as well as the opportunities that she has opened up for blind researchers who study texts in Old Russian, Old Slavonic, and Old Church Slavonic.
Wednesday, November 22
Concert of the Music Projects Centre: Yury Rozum
Thursday, November 23
Ekim Arbatli to speak on 'Against All Odds: Elite Strategies of Survival, Autocratic Reversal and Resilience in Turkey'
CInSt Research Seminar 'Cultural capital in an early modern elite school: The Noble Cadet Corps in St Petersburg, 1732-1762'
ICEF/LFE Research Seminar on 'CEO Behavior and Firm Performance'