December 11–13, 2017
This forum is intended to allow young scholars the opportunity for interdisciplinary cross-fertilization with their own peers and with an esteemed group of senior scholars. The candidates from all sub-disciplines of history who are interested in presenting scholarly papers on Soviet and post-Soviet history and culture as well as candidates from the disciplines of cultural studies, anthropology, Slavic studies, art history, literary, and cinema studies are welcome.
November 30 – December 1, 2017
The goal of the conference is to analyze the diversity of youth cultural activities and to explore them as a space for education, maturation, experimentation, protest, creative activity and communication.
November 20–21, 2017, Moscow
The aim of the conference is to elaborate proposals for further development of legislation in the digital economy. The programme comprises a plenary session and sectional sessions at which presentations by leading Russian experts, researchers and practicing lawyers, as well as foreign specialists are planned.
November 1–2, 2017, Moscow
The programme will be based on the search for effective grand responses to grand challenges both by science and technology, and by society, which simultaneously acts as the subject of social processes that cause the emergence and spread of grand challenges, and as the object of their impact.
October 27–28, 2017
The topics discussed at the conference inlcude theoretical and empirical work in macro-finance, international finance, asset pricing, corporate finance and microstructure of financial markets.
October 26–27, 2017, Moscow
Migration is one of the most important global phenomena, affecting economic, political, social, and cultural processes, while also giving rise to new phenomena and practices. This conference is geared towards an interdisciplinary approach. We are bringing together experts from a variety of fields, including economics, sociology, political science, anthropology and cultural studies.
October 19–21, 2017
Keynote speeches, conference sessions, and discussions will be organized around the following themes: new formats of higher education; application and effectiveness of new educational technologies (MOOC, LMS etc.); new organizational forms, structures, and processes in universities; environment within and outside of universities: mutual penetration and impact etc.
October 12–13, 2017
The goal of our conference is to discuss issues in such fields as the history of natural and social sciences and humanities as well as contemporary sociology of knowledge and sociology of ideas in their application to changes in scientific outlook and academic practices since the early modern period, including the Big Science and the trends of the twenty-first century.
October 10–11, 2017
The participants discuss the latest developments, insights and trends in online education in Russia and in the world.
September 21–22, 2017
The conference focuses on research that has applications to and implications for real-life problems. Hence the conference acronym reflects its motto — iCare = I care.
September 10–12, 2017
The general topic of this Anniversary edition of ESLP is Interdisciplinary Approaches to Embodied and Situated Cognition. ESLP 2017 will showcase new theoretical and empirical research by individuals and groups who transcend traditional research fields’ boundaries and combine research methodologies in their investigations of embodied and situated nature of linguistic and conceptual knowledge.
August 28–30, 2017
The conference aims to facilitate cooperation and exchange of ideas in research on computational methods, mathematical modeling with the use of high performance computing.
September 14–15, 2017
The main objective of the conference is to stimulate discussion and generate ideas for developing robust models for promoting competitiveness and sustainable development in an increasingly turbulent environment. The main emphasis is on BRICS countries and their contribution to global business and innovation development, but other contributions to the theory and practice of management and economics are welcome.
June 23–24, 2017
Main topics: creativity and class; peer production, cinema and music; media piracy; self-media production and social media practices; creativity and grassroots activism; fashion and lifestyle cultures; diy cultures and self-fashioning; gender and ethnicity in the creative industries; crisis, austerity and creativity; big data, reflexive branding, marketing; governmentality of creativity; slow food cultures; urban regeneration.
June 15–17, 2017
The Congress sessions and roundtables will explore a broad spectrum of theoretical and empirical contributions on the following topics: institutional design and institutional dynamics; catching up, cyclical development and structural transformation; macroeconomic stability and macroeconomic policies; development of financial and banking sector; labor market and industrial relations; human capital development, etc.
June 13–14, 2017
The major goal of these events is to bring together Russian and foreign scientists in the fields of political economy, political science, economic and institutional development and stimulate the exchange of research results, ideas and knowledge. In 2017, we will continue discussing a variety of issues that we focused on during the five previous conferences organized by ICSID.
June 7–8, 2017
The conference aims to examine the significance and role of personal sources in the study of Soviet history. The organizers plan to draw attention to unconventional texts and personal documents, which differed significantly from the official Soviet view of reality.
June 1–2, 2017
The conference aims to examine the legacies of the debates about photography and socialism as they developed from the late 1920s through to the collapse of the Soviet Union.
May 19–20, 2017
The conference aims to provide a forum for the discussion of multi-disciplinary research based on the evidence from the Russia Longitudinal Monitoring Survey of HSE.
April 20–22, 2017
Main panels of the conference: news literacy; media ecology as a way of existence in the modern media environment; education and media; art and media education; technologies and media literacy; media criticism and media education.
April 18–20, 2017
Topics of the conference: individual values and value transmission, changing identity, inrtergroup relationships, social capital and trust, economic attitudes, poverty and economic disadvantage.
April 11–14, 2017
The event featured plenary sessions and special roundtables devoted to the most pressing issues relating to Russia’s social and economic development.
April 6 – 7, 2018, Moscow
School of Philology of the Faculty of Humanities invites undergraduate and postgraduate students from Russia as well as from abroad to participate in the 7th annual conference 'Text – Commentary – Interpretation'.