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Our new paper: "Strategies of cultural resources management in small historic towns in Russia (cases of Rostovthe-Great and Pereslavl-Zalessky" by Yulia Kamaeva

The paper of Yulia Kamaeva "Strategies of cultural resources management in small historic towns in Russia (cases of Rostovthe-Great and Pereslavl-Zalessky" has been published in the IGITI series of working papers (WP6 “Humanities”).  In the light of the theories of M. Kavaratzis, G.J. Ashworth, G. Richards and J. Wilson author considers the transformations that have occurred in the system of cultural management in two Russian historic towns, Rostov-the-Great and Pereslavl-Zalessky, during the post-Soviet period. The paper deals with identification of new subjects in cultural management system and with changes that have occurred in the structure of relations among the players in that field. See and download the paper.

Our new paper: "The Space of the City and Literary Imagination: the Legacy of Nikolai Antsiferov" by Boris Stepanov

The paper by Boris Stepanov "The Space of the City and Literary Imagination: the Legacy of Nikolai Antsiferov" has been published in the interdisciplinary journal "Enthymema". It is devoted to the discussion of the legacy of Nikolai Antsiferov (1889–1958), a Russian historian who suggested an original design of urban studies in which literature played the key role. See and download the paper.

Academic mobility: Alexandra Kolesnik makes research internship at University College London

In January–June 2015 Alexandra Kolesnik makes a research internship at the Department of History (University College London) in the framework of HSE academic postgraduate program.

The round table "Working with Dubin's texts: sociology of culture project through the eyes of disciples and colleagues"

January 16, a round table "Working with Dubin's texts: sociology of culture project through the eyes of disciples and colleagues," prepared by the Research Center for Contemporary Culture, took place at Higher School of Economics. It was dedicated to the memory of Boris Dubin, Russian sociologist and translator, who died on August 20th, 2014. It is impossible to imagine the Russian scientific community without Boris Dubin, who contributed invaluable knowledge to social scienses and humanities. In the framework of the round table his students and colleagues met to discuss his texts, published at different times and devoted to different problems, but still relevant today. Presentations were made by Sergei Zenkin, Tatiana Weiser, Alexander Dmitriev, Tatiana Venediktova, Irina Kaspe, Natalia Samutina, Alexandra Urakova, Boris Stepanov and others. We offer you the reportage in Russian and photos, prepared by HSE news service.

Alisa Maximova participates in the interdisciplinary conference "Museums Alive! — Exploring how museums behave like living beings"

On November 4-5 Alisa Maximova participated in the interdisciplinary postgraduate conference "Museums Alive! — Exploring how museums behave like living beings" at the School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester (UK). She presented a paper "Social organisation of experiments in museum: notes on interaction with hands-on exhibits".

"Let's Rock: the Study of British Popular Music" Course Website Launch

We launched a new website of IGITI course "Let's Rock: the study of British popular music".

Our new papers: Samutina, Natalia. Plastic Beach Utopia: Gorillaz’ Multimedia Concept Project in the Context of Contemporary Popular Music Culture. Higher School of Economics Research Paper. 2014.

A new paper in English from our “popular music team” has been published at the HSE university working paper series. The paper by Natalia Samutina can be downloaded here for free: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2512814

Natalia Samutina participates in theme park conference in Mainz

Natalia Samutina participated in the International Interdisciplinary Conference ‘Time and Temporality in Theme Parks’ at Johannes Gutenberg University (Mainz, Germany) on September 18-20.

Boris Stepanov participates in international conference ‘The Cold War on Film: Then and Now’

Boris Stepanov participated in the international conference ‘The Cold War on Film: Then and Now’ at the German Historical Institute in Moscow on September 19-20.

Our new books: Micro-urbanism. City in details. Ed. by Olga Brednikova and Oksana Zaporozhets. Moscow: New Literary Observer, 2014.

The book is devoted to and inspired by contemporary city. A variety of research approaches grasping the fluidity, plurality and ambiguity of urban life are united by micro-urbanism as a common analytical perspective. See contents.