The English-language course ‘Europe and the World, ca. 1500 to 1914’ has launched on Coursera. Its author, Andrey Iserov, Deputy Dean for International Affairs at the HSE Faculty of Humanities, examines a historical span of four centuries during which European states reached the peak of their economic, military, and political power. Students of the course will learn how the independence of Hispanic America by the mid-1820s influenced China, what caused the religious schism in Western Christianity in the 16th century, and how European colonial policy developed.
International conference 'World War II on Trial: The Prosecution of War Criminals and Collaborators in the USSR'
Submission deadline - October 15, 2021
International Conference 'Subject and Responsibility: Nature, Society, and Culture'
Aleksanteri Institute workshop 'New Perspectives on Russia and Eurasia'
Open Online Seminar 'Hindutva Majoritarianism and State of Democracy in Contemporary India'