Public seminars

| Public seminars

City managers are winning

On 4 May, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted a lecture by Pavel Kononenko titled “City managers are winning. The reform of local government in the conditions of regime transformation.”
| Public seminars

Analogue policy in a digital city

On 28 April the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted an open seminar by Oleg Reut titled “Analogue policy in a digital city”.
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Three lectures by Professor Ilya Utekhin

On 31 March and 1 April, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted three lectures by Professor Ilya Utekhin titled “Visual Anthropology as a research method: contemporary approaches”, “Soviet communal apartment, and the post-Soviet city”, “How a dialog is organized: an introduction to conversational analysis.”
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The Soviet Union after its death: the transformation of post-Soviet political regimes

On 10 March, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted a lecture by Stanislav Shkel’ titled " The Soviet Union after its death: the transformation of post-Soviet political regimes."
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The Kitchen Maid That Will Rule the State: Domestic Service and the Russian Revolution

On 15 March, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted a lecture by Alissa Klots entitled “The Kitchen Maid That Will Rule the State: Domestic Service and the Russian Revolution”
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Loving the motherland: Everyday Patriotism in contemporary Russia

On 1 December, the Centre for Comparative History and Political Studies hosted a lecture by Professor Paul Goode titled “Loving the motherland: Everyday Patriotism in contemporary Russia”.