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Kirill A. Maslinsky

  • Kirill A. Maslinsky has been at HSE University since 2012.

Education and Degrees

  • 2018

    Candidate of Sciences* (PhD)
    Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera)

  • 2002

    Saint Petersburg State University

* Candidate of Sciences
According to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) 2011, Candidate of Sciences belongs to ISCED level 8 - "doctoral or equivalent", together with PhD, DPhil, D.Lit, D.Sc, LL.D, Doctorate or similar. Candidate of Sciences allows its holders to reach the level of the Associate Professor.

Awards and Accomplishments

Courses (2018/2019)

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Full list of of student term / thesis papers



Article Maslinsky K. A. The new powers of the pedsovet: social control during the Thaw and the transformation of disciplinary practice in a town school, 1953—68 // The Russian Review. 2020. Vol. 79. No. 2. P. 227-245. (in press)


Article Maslinskaya S., Maslinsky K. A. Educational, Literary and State Authorities and the Publishing Trajectories of Legacy Children’s Literature in Early Soviet Russia // ILCEA. Revue de l’Institut des Langues et des Cultures d’Europe et d’Amérique. 2019. No. 36. P. 1-15. doi


Article Маслинский К. А., Видяева А. В., Додонова Е. Д., Кожевникова Ю. В., Никифоров Н. В. От анализа портрета к поэтике шаблона: о стереотипии и гендерных моделях в изображении детей в советской детской прозе // Детские чтения. 2018. Т. 14. № 2. С. 138-159. doi







Article Маслинский К. А. Учитель железнодорожной школы (к типологии советских педагогических сообществ) // Антропологический форум. 2012. № 16. С. 403-418.





  • 2015

    Пересматривая профессионализм: вызовы и реформы социального государства (Москва). Presentation: К вопросу о стратификации учительской профессии: Векторы профессиональной идентичности и сегрегация школ

  • Fragile Subjects: Childhood in Literature, Arts and Medicine (Турку). Presentation: A Gendered View of Soviet Schoolchild: Children’s World in the Soviet School Stories by Female and Male Authors

  • 2014
    Детская литература как территория конфликта: тексты, персоны, институции (Санкт-Петербург). Presentation: Дисциплинарный конфликт в советской школьной повести: Корпусная перспектива
  • Traitement Automatique du Langage Naturel 2014 (Atelier Traitement Automatique des Langues Africaines — TALAf) (Marseille). Presentation: Daba: a model and tools for Manding corpora

  • Усложнение гуманитария: дигитальная ученость в эмпирическом исследовании (Москва). Presentation: Корпус: цифровая реинкарнация текста

  • 2013
    Actors, Discourses, Practices: New Perspectives from the Social Sciences and Cultural Studies for Research on Textbooks and Other Educational Media (Брауншвейг). Presentation: Soviet Arithmetical Word Problems: A Diachronic Corpus Study


2015 LabEx EFL grant “MANTAL - Traitements et ressources pour les langues mandingues”.

2014 LabEx EFL grant ‘Publication de ressources + ́elaboration de l’interface du Corpus Bambara’
2010—2012 ‘Development of the model of electronic corpus for Mande languages’, funded by Russian
State Foundation for Fundamental Studies, participant
2007—2009 ‘Creation of glossed corpora of small languages of Russia’, funded by Russian State Foun-
dation for Fundamental Studies, participant
2004—2005 ‘Indigenous peoples of Russian Far East in a Post-Soviet epoch’, funded by Russian state
foundation for social sciences, participant

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