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Russian language in Dagestan: history, features and research

Russian language in Dagestan: history, features and research
The Linguistic Convergence Laboratory conducts various fieldworks aimed at studying the interesting linguistic features of the languages of Russia. In 2021, members of the Linguistic Convergence Laboratory published three articles on the Russian language in Dagestan.

‘Online Classes Provide a More Comfortable Learning Environment’

‘Online Classes Provide a More Comfortable Learning Environment’
Professor Almira Ousmanova of the European Humanities University, Vilnius, has run a course on ‘Visuality in Contemporary Culture’ and a research seminar for students of the HSE University  Faculty of Humanities. The events were held as part of the ‘Digital Professors’ project in the 2020/21 academic year. In her interview with the HSE News Service, Prof. Ousmanova explains what her students learned and how she was named one of HSE’s best teachers.

First Book in Soqotri Published in Conjunction with HSE IOCS

First Book in Soqotri Published in Conjunction with HSE IOCS
November 25, 2021 marked the publishing of a corpus of Soqotri folklore texts. Translated into Classical Arabic, the texts are accompanied by a brief introduction explaining the basic principles of the Soqotri writing system, which is based on the Arabic orthography. The authors of the book are Soqotri native speakers Ahmed Isa al-Daarhi, Isa Gumaan al-Daarhi, and Maysoon Mohammed Aldarhi. It was published by Maria Bulakh and Leonid Kogan under the editorship of Prof. Vitaly Naumkin, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The publication was supported by the UAE Embassy in Moscow.

Research assistants of the Center for Language and Brain Speak participated at the ABC'21 Conference

Research assistants of the Center for Language and Brain Speak participated at the ABC'21 Conference
On December 3, Research Assistants of the Center for Language and Brain - Militina Gomozova, Semen Kudriavtsev and Alina Minnigulova - made poster presentations at the ABC'21 conference: Language and Cognition in Typical and Atypical Development.

Air Lines: Aviation Safety and Clear Communication

Air Lines: Aviation Safety and Clear Communication
Researchers of the School of Philological Studies and the Laboratory for Comprehensive Interdisciplinary Projects (HSE University) have prepared a report analyzing communication between pilots and air traffic controllers, and also the barriers that can prevent pilots and controllers from understanding each other. They conducted their research as part of an HSE Big Project called ‘ Language Practices’ led by Professor Mira Bergelson.

Digital Publications: Present and Future

Digital Publications: Present and Future
Anastasiya Bonch-Osmolovskaya, Associate Professor at the School of Linguistics and Head of the Master’s in Digital Humanities, took part in the first webinar of the UniverCities and Culture series held by the University Network of European Capitals of Culture and the Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe (UNICA) on November 17. She spoke about The Digital Tolstoy Initiative, a joint effort by linguists, philologists, and programmers to develop a digital 'semantic' edition of Leo Tolstoy's complete works. In her interview, Dr Bonch-Osmolovskaya talks about the initiative and other digital humanities projects at HSE University

Second cycle of the online course on the East Caucasian languages

Second cycle of the online course on the East Caucasian languages
Linguistic Convergence Laboratory will organize a free online course on the East Caucasian (alias Nakh-Daghestanian) language family. The course consists of 9 lectures and will cover a variety of topics. Lecturers include experts from other institutes and members of the laboratory. The course will start on November 3 with a lecture by Yuri Koryakov and Samira Verhees: "Linguistic geography of East Caucasian languages".

Professor Boris Kashnikov on ICRC Senior Workshop on International Rules Governing Military Operations

Senior Workshop on International Rules governing Military Operations // 2014
Professor Boris Kashnikov, member of the board of directors of the European Society for Military ethics, has given a talk at 14th ICRC Senior Workshop on International Rules Governing Military Operations (SWIRMO), attended by some 250 senior military officers from around the world.

Second Module: What's Changing at HSE University

Second Module: What's Changing at HSE University
How studies will be arranged from October 25 to December 30.

‘Our Students Were Lucky to Talk to Top Experts’

Christian manuscript, Ethiopia, 13th–14th century
University of Hamburg professors Denis Nosnitsin and Magdalena Krzyzanowska delivered a series of online lectures dedicated to the study of Ethiopian manuscripts. The course, which was developed for first-year students of the Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies, was held as part of the Digital Professors project. In an interview with the HSE news service, the professors talked about their research, teaching approaches, and impressions of lectures.