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The Faculty of Social Sciences is one of the most multidisciplinary faculties in the HSE. It is the product of uniting the faculties of sociology, applied political science, psychology and public administration, which are now schools, and a series of laboratories, research centers and institutes. This kind of synthesis of education and research in the sphere of social sciences is a standard part of global best practice for a modern research university.
We train researchers, analysts and practitioners of sociology, political science, psychology and management, and specialists in education, demographics, public policy and civil society. Our primary strategy in teaching bachelors, masters and doctorate courses is to prepare students to meet global demands and requirements as successful professionals.
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On June 17-18, Venice hosted the International Conference ‘State and Political Discourse in Russia’, organized by the Italian Foundation for Reset Dialogues on Civilizations (ResetDOC). The HSE was one of the co-organizers of the conference, together with London School of Economics and Political Science, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies (Harvard University), Institute for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (The George Washington University), Reves Center for International Studies (College of William and Mary), Universita Ca 'Foscari, and others.
This conference was the third in a series of conferences dedicated to the problems of post-Communist Russia.
Presentations were made by three representatives of the Faculty of Social Sciences of the HSE. Alexey Barabashev gave a talk on ‘The Discourse of Russian Bureaucracy and Its Influence on Political Discourse’. Olga Malinova spoke about ‘Political Experts and the State Political Discourse(s): Practices of Political Communication in Russia, 2008-2015’. Andrei Melville presented his paper on ‘New Conservatism as National Idea for Russia?’
The conference was also attended by Marlene Laruelle, Steve Hanson, Andrea Graziosi, Mark Kramer, Adam Michnik, Sergio Romano, Nina Khrushchev, Andrei Kortunov, Vladislav Zubok, and others.
The next conference, scheduled for next year, will focus on the prospects of Russian liberalism.