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Oct 6 – Oct 7

International conference 'World War II on Trial: The Prosecution of War Criminals and Collaborators in the USSR'

Submission deadline - October 15, 2021 

Oct 6 – Oct 8

International Conference 'Subject and Responsibility: Nature, Society, and Culture'

Oct 11, 14:00

Aleksanteri Institute workshop 'New Per­spect­ives on Rus­sia and Eurasia'

Illustration for news: Digitized Archives Are a Great Treasure

Digitized Archives Are a Great Treasure

Digital archives and electronic versions of manuscripts are essential to the work of modern-day philologists, linguists, and literary scholars. The possibilities that digitization opens up to researchers were the focus of the second international conference of early career researchers of Russian literature. The conference had the theme of ‘Text as DATA: The Manuscript in the Digital Space’ and was hosted by the HSE Faculty of Humanities.

Illustration for news: ‘People Make All the Difference’

‘People Make All the Difference’

How does one go about studying happiness, joy, and optimism? What makes life good? What qualities help people to cope with the negative effects of the pandemic? Dmitry Leontiev, Professor of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Head of the International Laboratory of Positive Psychology of Personality and Motivation, discusses these questions and more.

Illustration for news: Total Transition to Online Learning Has Been a Time of Challenge and Innovation for Universities

Total Transition to Online Learning Has Been a Time of Challenge and Innovation for Universities

The new issue of HERB magazine focuses on understanding what it has been like for universities during the pandemic. Article authors described the risks faced by students and teachers, the introduction of new learning formats, and remotely implemented projects. They also shared their initial thoughts on the development of the university environment in the post-pandemic period. 

Illustration for news: Singapore, Moscow and Shanghai Implemented Most Effective Policies in the Pandemic

Singapore, Moscow and Shanghai Implemented Most Effective Policies in the Pandemic

The governments of big cities in the Asian and Pacific regions implemented more effective policies during the COVID pandemic than cities in Europe and America. This is the conclusion of a study prepared by HSE University. Singapore did it better than the others, Moscow took second place, while the Top-5 also includes Shanghai, Seoul and Beijing. The researchers say that the key factor in Moscow’s success factor was how quickly economic activity resumed in the city, which was, among other things, supported by large-scale inflows from the city budget.