This year marks the 35th anniversary of the Chernobyl disaster. The event recedes ever further into the past, but the legacy of the trauma it caused endures. That stress produced trauma, and the trauma became part of Russia’s collective memory. Sociologists Yulia Belova, Margarita Muravitskaya and Nadezhda Melnikova of HSE’s Institute for Applied Political Research and Laboratory for Studies in Economic Sociology researched what this means for people who lived in the radioactively contaminated zone around the reactor and why the collective memory of the accident might disappear.
Monday, October 18
Mini-course on 'Mental-Attentional Capacity Assessment in Children'
PhD Research Seminar: Machine Learning and Graph Analysis, Systems of Equations and Multicomponent Gas Mixture
Tuesday, October 19
ATA Lab Seminar ‘1/X Power-Law in a Close Proximity of the Bak–Tang–Wiesenfeld Sandpile’