HBO’s 'Game of Thrones' has become one of the most sensational TV series in recent years. How does it manage to keep audiences’ attention and make them look forward to the next episode? Alexander Pavlov, Associate Professor of the HSE’s Department of Practical Philosophy, has been studying the phenomenon of mass culture and its role in cinema. He gave an interview for the High School Press and shed some light on the subject.
The HSE is continuing to organize open lectures in Moscow museums as part of the project ‘Open University: Lecture Thursdays in Moscow Museums’.
From now until December 31, the best works of the social advertising festival LIME-2012 are being exhibited on the HSE campus in the building at 46b Volgogradsky Prospekt. The works are dedicated to the Arctic and global warming issues.
A graduate of the HSE in Nizhny Novgorod, Dmitry Khametshin is now getting his Ph.D. from Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Spain. He talks about his professional career and future plans.
From September 24 to October 15, the HSE Faculty of Media Communications and School of Cultural Studies will host the Media Yard art project in their courtyard; the project is part of the 5th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art.
Both scholars and musicians will tell you that learning is a lifetime affair. On September 10, 2013, HSE Day took place in Gorky Park for the second time. The event featured Freshman Day, an alumni reunion, and an outdoor lecture centre, as well as many humorous competitions for students and anyone wanting to participate.
The 'Open University' project, at the Higher School of Economics is organizing lectures in Moscow museums, following on from the series of free lectures given by HSE professors throughout the summer in Gorky Park. Lectures in museums will be held each Thursday starting from September 26.
On Tuesday, September 10, 2013, HSE Day will take place for the second time in Moscow's Gorky Park. The celebration is open to students, staff, and alumni of the University as well as all Moscow residents.