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The School of Literary History and Theory was liquidated on September 1, 2020 (as per the decision of the HSE Academic Council of June 26, 2020, Minutes No. 10). The latest information is available on the website of the School of Philological Studies.
School of Literary History and Theory brings together leading researchers working in History of Russian, European and American literature, comparative studies and literary theory, specialists in Classical and Byzantine studies, literature and culture of Russian and European Middle Ages as well as contemporary literature and culture. The scientific interests of the department staff are connected with many rapidly developing areas of the humanities, including translation studies, narratology and creative writing. The scientific work of the staff is carried out in close collaboration with that of graduate and post-graduate students. The new department welcomes diverse perspectives, theories and methodologies.