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Wohlgenannt G., von Waldenfels R., Toldova S. et al.

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Mobility, Telecommunication and Energy Regimes in Svalbard

Vlakhov A.

Journal of Siberian Federal University. Series: Humanities & Social Sciences. 2019. Vol. 12. No. 8. P. 1506-1521.

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Genre Classification Problem: in Pursuit of Systematics on a Big Webcorpus

Shavrina T.

In bk.: Proceedings of Third Workshop "Computational linguistics and language science",. Iss. 4. EasyChair, 2019. P. 70-83.

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The 2nd HSE Semantics and Pragmatics Workshop

The 2nd HSE Semantics and Pragmatics Workshop
The 2nd HSE Semantics and Pragmatics Workshop was held on 4-5th September 2018, two years after the 1st HSE SemPrag Workshop. International Laboratory for Logic, Linguistic and Formal Philosophy was the organizer of the conference. Among the subjects of the conference were logical, linguistical and philosophical analysis of the problems of semantics and pragmatics of natural language.

'I am happy the conference on the Caucasian languages finally took place in Moscow'

'I am happy the conference on the Caucasian languages finally took place in Moscow'
In the end of November the School of Linguistics hosted the Uslar Conference — an international event for scholars studying the Caucasian languages. Participants and organizers share their impressions below.

Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya Discusses Tolstoy.Digital at Lausanne Workshop

On November 23-25 a research seminar on literary studies ‘Etats des Etudes Litteraires: Theories, Methodologies, Pratiques’ was held in Lausanne, Switzerland. Anastasiya Bonch-Osmolovskaya, Associate Professor at the School of Linguistics presented a report on Tolstoy.Digital – a project dedicated to producing a digital edition of the complete works by Leo Tolstoy.

Conference ‘Corpus Technologies, Digital Humanities and Modern Research’ Held at HSE Nizhny Novgorod

Conference ‘Corpus Technologies, Digital Humanities and Modern Research’ Held at HSE Nizhny Novgorod
Today computer and corpora technologies play an important role in language studies and language learning along with traditional methods of analysis. New corpora resources and software for language analysis are regularly developed. Experts from Russia, CIS and other countries discussed the latest achievements in this field at the international conference ‘Corpus Technologies, Digital Humanities and Modern Research’.

Anastasia Safonova, Student of the School of Linguistics, Gave a Poster Presentation at the 8th International Conference on Language Variation in Leipzig

The International Conference on Language Variation in Europe took place from May 27 – 29, 2015, in Leipzig, Germany. Anastasia shared her impressions of the event.

On April 27 John F. Bailyn, Professor at the Department of Linguistics, State University of New York spoke on ‘Language, Fire, Music and Chess: Thoughts on the Evolution and Acquisition of Cognitive Systems’.

On April 27 John F. Bailyn, Professor at the Department of Linguistics, State University of New York spoke on ‘Language, Fire, Music and Chess: Thoughts on the Evolution and Acquisition of Cognitive Systems’.
The event is organized by HSE School of Linguistics.

Understanding the Evolution and Acquisition of Cognitive Systems through Language and Music

On  April 27 John F. Bailyn, Professor at the Department of Linguistics, State University of New York will speak on ‘Language, Fire, Music and Chess: Thoughts on the Evolution and Acquisition of Cognitive Systems’. The event is organized by HSE School of Linguistics.

HSE Students Participated in SEFER’s Winter School on Jewish Studies

From February 3 – 6, 2015, students from the HSE took part in the Winter School on Jewish Studies organized by SEFER, a Russian-language centre for university teaching of Jewish studies. The School brought together people who study the Jewish culture, the Yiddish and Hebrew languages. Elizaveta Kuzmenko, a 3rd-year student of the School of Linguistics, told us about her participation in it.