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‘We Want to Become a Centre for Generating Ideas and Sharing Experience’

‘We Want to Become a Centre for Generating Ideas and Sharing Experience’
On September 28, the HSE Centre for Cultural Sociology held the first session of the Moscow Culture Workshop 2021–2022 – a series of meetings where participants have an opportunity to discuss research papers prepared by prominent scholars. Jeffrey C. Alexander, Lillian Chavenson Saden Professor of Sociology at Yale University, delivered the first lecture, entitled ‘Nature as Iconic Object: Its Performative Creation’. Dmitry Kurakin, Director of the Centre for Cultural Sociology, spoke to the HSE News Service about the purpose and setup of the workshop.

A ‘Digital Professor’ on How to Combine Education with Entertainment

A ‘Digital Professor’ on How to Combine Education with Entertainment
Dr. Ger Graus, OBE, a world-renowned authority on children’s learning & development through entertainment who is Global Director of Education at KidZania and a Visiting Professor with the Pinsky Centre for General and Extracurricular Education at IOE, has delivered a series of seminars on ‘Schooling vs Education’ for students in IOE’s ‘Educational Administration’ Master’s programme.  

International Researchers Create a New Model of Attitudes to Universities

Center for the Study of World Religions, Harvard University, 1960
How has higher education influenced the evolution of nations since the Second World War—and vice versa? Stanford professor Mitchell Stevens and Institute of Education researcher Ekaterina Shibanova have tried to answer this question in a special issue of the European Journal of Higher Education, a Q2 publication. They invited renowned historians, political experts, sociologists and economists to develop ‘a consensus on the role of higher education in political and social history after 1945.’ The special issue was created with input from researchers from Canada, Luxembourg, Russia, Germany, France, the UK, and Sweden.