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Poletayev Readings 9¾

Poletayev Readings 9¾
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

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.

Essay by Maxim Miroshnichenko at Knife.Media Journal

Essay by Maxim Miroshnichenko at Knife.Media Journal
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.

Olga Vinogradova participated in the seminar "Methodological problems of modern science" at Moscow State University

Olga Vinogradova participated in the seminar "Methodological problems of modern science" at Moscow State University
Research Assistant of IGITI Olga Vinogradova took part in the seminar "Methodological problems of modern science: epistemology of scientific explanations", which was held on the 25th of February at the Faculty of Philosophy of Moscow State University and was devoted to the problems of artificial intelligence.

Elena Lisitsyna participated in an international conference in St. Petersburg

Elena Lisitsyna participated in an international conference in St. Petersburg
IGITI Research Assistant Elena Lisitsyna took part in the conference "Russian Science in the European Context in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century", which was held on November 12–13, 2019 in the Russian National Library, St. Petersburg.

Andrei Ilyin has published preprint in HSE Basic Research Program series

Andrei Ilyin has published preprint in HSE Basic Research Program series
Andrei Ilyin has published preprint "From Sentimentalism to the "Great Reforms": Alexander Herzen and Emotional Regimes of the Russian Empire" in the "Humanities" working paper series of HSE Basic Research Program. The text is available on HSE website.

Summer School for paleography and autobiography studies

Summer School for paleography and autobiography studies
On September 26–28, a Summer School for paleography and autobiography studies was organised by IGITI and German Historical Institute in Moscow (DHI).

Elena Lisitsyna and Vladislav Yakovenko took part in the summer school in Tyumen

Elena Lisitsyna and Vladislav Yakovenko took part in the summer school in Tyumen
IGITI Research Assistants and members of the team of the project "On Land and Sea: Medical geography in the Russian empire (1770–1870)" Elena Lisitsyna and Vladislav Yakovenko took part in the summer school “Russian Empire / Soviet Union Through the Lens of Global and New Imperial Histories”, held in Tyumen State University on June 30 - July 5.

Galin Tihanov presented a talk "Scales of Comparison: The Rise of Comparative Literature and the Return of 'World Literature'"

Galin Tihanov presented a talk "Scales of Comparison: The Rise of Comparative Literature and the Return of 'World Literature'"
On September 6, a lecture by IGITI Chief Research Fellow and George Steiner Professor of Comparative Literature at Queen Mary University of London Galin Tihanov was held at the Higher School of Economics. See the abstract and photos of the event.

A new book by Galin Tihanov

A new book by Galin Tihanov
New monograph by IGITI Chief Research Fellow Galin Tihanov "The Birth and Death of Literary Theory. Regimes of Relevance in Russia and Beyond" has been published by Stanford University Press. See the abstract.