The article “Eternity for Plato: The Dialogue between Parmenides and Timaeus” by Aleksei Pleshkov, was published in the book “Plato’s Parmenides. Selected Papers of the Twelfth Symposium Platonicum” (Academia Verlag, 2022).
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Andrey Ilyin and Ksenia Belik took part in the seminar of the Centre for Russian, Caucasian and Central European Studies at the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS/CNRS)
On 30 September - 1 October, the tenth, anniversary "Poletaev Readings" were held. Unlike previous conferences, they were not devoted to the history of the humanities and social sciences, but to the future of theoretical knowledge, in particular in connection with the development of big data. How can we talk about academic ethics and the moral economy of the university? How is the new digital age changing the way we think about the past? Three sections of the conference were devoted to these topics.Report on the first section
A special section edited by Aleksei Pleshkov and Jan Surman is published in Studia Historiae Scientiarum
Section «History of Scientific Knowledge» dedicated to academic reviewing in the history of knowledge is published in Studia Historiae Scientiarum. Guest editors of the special section – Aleksei Pleshkov and Jan Surman
Aleksei Pleshkov took part in the international workshop « Change and Changemakers in Ancient Philosophy», organized by University of Siegen and University of Oxford
IGITI Research Fellows took part in the international online conference «Worlds of Imagination: Media, place and tourism in today’s global world»
IGITI Senior Researcher Alexandra Kolesnik, Research Fellow Alisa Maksimova, and Research Assistant Elizaveta Lysenko took part in the international conference "Worlds of Imagination: Media, place and tourism in today's global world", organized online on April 7-9, 2021 by Erasmus University of Rotterdam.
On March 23, IGITI Research Assistant Olga Vinogradova made a presentation at the international online conference "Tour du Monde destination l'Asie / World Tour Destination Asia", organized by the Catholic University of Lille (France) with the participation of Stanford University, the University of Strasbourg and other partners.
On October 2, 2020, Poletayev Readings 9¾ took place – annual conference of the Poletayev Institute for Humanitarian Historical and Theoretical Studies. We present a report by Elizaveta Lysenko, Alexander Mikhailovsky, and Ksenia Belik, and video recordings of the round table discussions.
From 21 September to 1 October, the first conference of the Post-Socialist and Comparative Memory Studies Working Group ('PoSoCoMeS') of the Memory Studies Association
Daria Khlevnyuk, a postdoc fellow of the Institute and a co-founder of the PoSoCoMeS, took an active part in the conference's organization. The conference was attended by researchers of the Institute, Alisa Maksimova and Boris Stepanov.
Maxim Miroshnichenko, research assistant at Center for History of Ideas and Sociology of Knowledge, has published the essay at the Internet-journal on contemporary culture and society knife.media.