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Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities

Investigations on Giambattista Vico in the Third Millennium. New Perspectives from Brazil, Italy, Japan and Russia

Vishlenkova E. A., Iserov A. A., Penskaja E. N. et al.

Iss. 28. Rome: Aracne editrice, 2014.

Plato’s Theory of Language: the Isomorphism of Kosmos and Logos in the Timaeus

Pleshkov A. A.

Problemos. 2017. No. 91. P. 128-140.

Book chapter
Street art as "Exerciser for Vision": Hamburg Graffiti Writer Oz and the Community of Smileys

Samutina N. V.

In bk.: Seeing Whole: Toward an Ethics and Ecology of Sight. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. Ch. 4. P. 63-100.

Working paper
Changing Historical Cultures, Changing Appraisals of Baltic Germans’ Place in Latvia’s History

Levinson K.

Humanities. HUM. Basic Research Programme, 2016. No. WP BRP 141/HUM/2016.

Julia Ivanova and Pavel Sokolov, leading research fellows of IGITI, participated in the international conference "Quello che il medico dice e non dice" at Bologna University. The conference was organized by Centro Studi Medical Humanities dell'Alma Mater Studiorum (Bologna University), Scuola di Medicina e Chirurgia (Bologna University), and "Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna." Julia Ivanova reported on medical ethics in the sixteenth- and seventeenth-centuries literature, while Pavel Sokolov spoke on the debates on the medical knowledge of midwives that took place in the Dutch cities and towns of the eighteenth century.

Ведущие научные сотрудники ИГИТИ Юлия Иванова и Павел Соколов выступили на международной конференции «Quello che il medico dice e non dice» (О чем говорят и о чем молчат врачи) в Болонском университете. Мероприятие организовано совместно Centro Studi Medical Humanities dell'Alma Mater Studiorum (Università di Bologna, Dipartimento di Filologia Classica e Italianistica), Scuola di Medicina e Chirurgia (Università di Bologna), а также фондом «Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna». Юлия Иванова представила доклад «Cum ira et studio: l'etica medica nella trattatistica dei secoli XVI–XVII», посвященный медицинской этике в произведениях XVI–XVII вв. Павел Соколов представил доклад «Difendersi dagli errori popolari: Johan Pieter Rahtlau ed Abraham Titsingh vs “ostetriche borghesi” nell'Olanda del Settecento», посвященный полемике о медицинских знаниях акушерок в нидерландских городах XVIII в.

Roger Smith's Lecture on Career in Intellectual History

On April 19, 2017, Roger Smith, British historian of science, professor emeritus of Lancaster University, and an author of "The History of Human Sciences" (1997) gave a lecture on "Career in Intellectual History -- How Changes in the Field Affect Scientist's Work." 

Meeting with professor Stefania Sini

On March 24, 2017, Russian authors of "Enthymema" met with its founder and chief editor Stefania Sini. The participants discussed future cooperation between the journal and Russian academics.

Mikhail Dolbilov's report "Political Loyalty in the Russian Empire – Allegiance or Loyalty? A Case of Peoples' Panegyrics to a Monarch (1861-1884)"

On March 21, 2017, Mikhail Dolbilov, associate professor at Maryland University (USA), reported on "Political Loyalty in the Russian Empire – Allegiance or Loyalty? A Case of Peoples' Panegyrics to a Monarch (1861-1884)." Using cultural and political history, as well as the history of emotions, Dolbilov focused on the ways in which political loyalty in the Russian Empire was maintained, negotiated, expressed, and experienced.

Masterclass with Julia Leikina "Scholarly Review and Establishing a Sub-discipline"

On March 24, 2017, Julia Leikina, Ph.D., a research fellow at University College London, talked about how scholarly reviews can help in establishing a sub-discipline. She used the naval history of eighteenth-century Russia as an example.