16 July 2021
Russian History, Art, and Culture in the 20th Сentury
The course will shed light on the planned economy, ideology, science and to technology, and environment in the context of multiple transformations, ranging from global political events to internal cultural changes. Exploring cultural dimensions of the Cold War, the course will also cover topics from spy movies and abstract art to American-Soviet student exchange and media representations of the space race.
The course is taught by Elena Kochetkova and Kirill Chunikhin ( School of Arts and Humanities, Department of History, HSE).
The course is intended for a wide audience and everyone interested in world and Russian history.
Formal requirement: 18+.
The course aims at providing students with key interpretations and approaches to Soviet and Russian history and the history of the 20th century, developing develop an understanding of Russian history as a complex phenomenon, equipping with skills of doing interdisciplinary research, and providing insight into connections between history and present.
EUR 645: EARLY BIRD RATE
EUR 660: REGULAR RATE
The fees cover registration and tuition.