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International Ph.D. Program in the Humanities

The Poletayev Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities at the National Research University Higher School of Economics has become one of coordinators of the International Ph.D. Program "The Traditions of Mediterranean Humanism and the Challenges of Our Times: the Frontiers of Humanity." 25 research and educative institutions of Europe and USA take part in the program. See the detailed program information.


Purpose of the program

At the final stage of the program a postgraduate student is expected to defend a Ph.D. thesis.

Program implementation

2010–2015

Program coordinators:

  • Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies “Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw, Poland (Prof. J. Axer);
  • University of La Rioja, Spain (Prof. J. L. G. Urdañez);
  • Institute for Theoretical and Historical Studies in the Humanities of the State University – Higher School of Economics, Russia (Prof. I. M. Savelieva).

Partners:
  • Centre Roland Mousnier, Université de Paris IV - Sorbonne, France (Prof. D. Crouzet);
  • Centre Roland Mousnier, Université de Paris IV - Sorbonne, France (Prof. D. Crouzet);
  • Université Paris II, France (Prof. P. Coriat);
  • Centre d’Etudes Supérieures de la Renaissance, Tours, France (Prof. M.-L. Demonet, Prof. P. Vendrix);
  • University of Vienna, Austria (Prof. M. Moser);
  • Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas, Spain (Prof. A. Alvar Ezquerra);
  • University of Zaragoza, Spain (Prof. J. A. Armillas);
  • Universidad Complutense, Spain (Prof. E. H. Sandoica);
  • University of Barcelona, Spain (Prof. J. Gonsalez Fernandez);
  • National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece (Prof. George Tolias);
  • State University of New York at Buffalo, USA (Prof. K. Ziarek);
  • Department of French and Italian, University of Wisconsin­-Madison, USA (Prof. U. Langer, Prof. J. Miernowski);
  • University of Central Lancashire, UK (Prof. E. Mazierka);
  • Oxford University (Prof. H. Hotson);
  • Department of French, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages at the University of Cambridge, UK (Prof. N. Kenny);
  • Institute for Literary Studies of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Magyar Tudomanyos Akadémia – Irodalomtudomanyi Intézet (ITI), Hungary (Prof. L. Szörényi);
  • Collegium Budapest, Hungary (Prof. G. Klaniczay);
  • University of Pécs, Hungary (Prof. G. Karsai);
  • Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (Prof. V. Urbánek);
  • Macedonian Academy of Science and Art, MANU (Prof. Kata Kulavkova);
  • Università di Napoli, Italy (Prof. C. Masi Doria);
  • Università di Catania, Italy (Prof. A. Corbino);
  • Università La Sapienza, Italy (Prof. A. Quondam).

 

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