Public seminars

April, 5 | Public seminars

Open seminar “Mosque communities in Moscow”

On 5 April 2017, Rano Turaeva held a presentation about “Mosque communities in Moscow” at the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies.
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Exclusiveness of the Excluded: Marginality and Historical Change in Imperial, Soviet and Post-Soviet Times

On 20-21 June 2016, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies held a conference entitled “Exclusiveness of the Excluded: Marginality and Historical Change in Imperial, Soviet and Post-Soviet Times”.
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“And we are not ashamed to talk about it”

On 14 June, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted a lecture by Yulia Safronova titled “And we are not ashamed to talk about it”: conversations about the intimate in private correspondence in the last third of the XIXth century (based on the correspondence between Alexander II and Yekaterina Dolgorukova) (18+ age limit).
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Calling liberalism to Russia: the history of the national liberal tradition

On 27 May, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted a lecture by Konstantin Schneider: “Calling liberalism to Russia: the history of the national liberal tradition”.
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Nuclear apocalypse through the eyes of Western filmmakers of the Cold War period

On 19 May, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted a lecture by Mikhail Agapov titled “Nuclear apocalypse through the eyes of Western filmmakers of the Cold War period”.
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Is there any politics in local, everyday and household mobilisations? Reflections on the Russian case

On 4 May, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted a lecture by Karine Clément titled “Is there any politics in local, everyday and household mobilisations? Reflections on the Russian case”.