Mass graves became a reality of the first decades of Soviet Russia: victims of the revolution, famine, epidemics, political repression, the Civil War and World War II were often buried in common rather than individual graves. Over the centuries, Russians had regarded such practice as unusual and rarely acceptable. Soviet power needed to change popular mentality and give a new meaning to mass burials for both ideological and political reasons. Svetlana Malysheva studied this phenomenon.
Tuesday, April 13
Ыubmission deadline - December 27, 2020
'In Search of Authenticity: Populist Ethics and the Soviet Intelligentsia [A Case Study]': A Talk by Ben Eklof and Tatiana Saburova
Faculty of Computer Science Colloquium 'Genetic Computers'
Wednesday, April 14
Open Doors Day of the Master's Programme 'Governance of Scince, Technology and Innovation'
Seminar on 'Optimal Monomial Quadratization for ODE Systems'