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Russian State University for the Humanities Moscow


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com •

The Russian State University for the Humanities is an educational institution which trains specialists in all areas of knowledge in the humanities. Drawing upon more than three hundred years of the Russian higher education tradition, as well as upon the experience (and example) of the two unique Russian educational institutions – the Alfons L. Shanyavsky Moscow Public University and the Moscow State Institute for History and Archives – the RSUH is the rightful heir to the traditions of these excellent institutions in its mission to help revive the atmosphere of art and culture in education. • The Moscow Public University, founded in 1908 through the initiative of Alfons Leonovich Shanyavsky, an eminent Russian patron of arts, played a special role in Russian education. Up to 1918, It was the first “free” university center unfettered by formal limitations and open to everyone “truly thirsting for knowledge.” It implemented the progressive principles of alternative education in conjunction with a sound academic foundation available to all.


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com •

The Moscow State Institute for History and Archives was founded in 1930 for training archivists. Over the years, it became a center of academic research. In its archival pursuits in areas of history and such auxiliary realms as the study of primary sources, archaeology and paleontology, it managed to preserve the very best of the Russian research tradition. By the beginning of the 1990s, this institution has achieved an actual university level which naturally enabled it to become the structural heart of the RSUH founded in 1991.


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com • Facts and Figures Institutes 7 Divisions 18 Specializations - 78 Subject areas Joint international specializations - 23 Bachelor programs - 3 Master programs - 4 Councils for Doctoral Degrees – 12 Councils for Candidate’s Degrees – 3 Research Institutes - 4 Academic Library - 1 000 000 volumes, 30 000 volumes of rare editions Museum center - 4 Regional branches – 35


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com Institutes and Divisions Institute for History and Archives 15 Nikolskaya St. “Ploshad’ Revolutsii,” “Teatral’naya” metro stations Division for Archival Studies • Division for Documentation Studies • Division for Archives and Documentation Storage Technology • Division for History, Political Science and Law Institute for History and Philology 15 Chayanov St., bldg. 7, “Novoslobodskaya” metro station Division for History and Philology


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com Institute for Linguistics 6 Miusskaya Sq., bldg. 2 metro “Novoslobodskaya” metro station Division for Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Institute for Economics, Management and Law 15 Chayanov St., bldg. 7, “Novoslobodskaya” metro station Division for Management • Division for Economics • Law Division L.S.Vygotsky Institute for Psychology 6 Miusskaya Sq, bldg. 7, “Novoslobodskaya” metro station Division for Psychology • Division for Social Psychology and Pedagogy • Division for Clinical Psychology


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com Mass-Media Institute 15 Chayanov St., “Novoslobodskaya” metro station Division for Journalism Institute for Information Sciences and Security Technologies 25, bldg.2, Kirovogradschaya St., “Ulitsa akademika Yangelya” metro station Division for Information Security Division for Information Systems Division for History of Art 6 Miusskaya Sq. bldg. 7, Division for Sociology 6 Miusskaya Sq., bldg. 7 Division for Philosophy 6 Miusskaya Sq., bldg. 7


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com Research Institutes Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities 6 Miusskaya Sq., bldg. 7 Institute for Oriental and Classical Studies 6 Miusskaya Sq., bldg. 6 Institute for Russian History 6 Miusskaya Sq., bldg. 6 "Russian Anthropology School" Institute 6 Miusskaya Sq., bldg. 7


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com Institutes and Divisions: Institute for History and Archives Division for archival studies Division for records management Division for technotronic archives and documents Division for history, politics and law Institute for information Sciences and Security Technologies The Information Security Faculty Division for information Systems L.S. Vygotskiy Institute for Psychology Division for psychology Division for social psychology and pedagogy Division for medical psychology


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com Institute for Economics, Management and law Division for Management Division for economics Faculty of Law Institute for Linguistics Division for theoretical and applied linguistics Mass Media Institute Institute for philology and history Division for history and philology University Divisions: Division for art history Division of philosophy Division of sociology


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com University Departments: Department of gender research Chair Department of post-Soviet foreign countries Chair Department of the history of science Deputy Chair Department of English Chair German language Department Chair French language Department Chair Department of physical education Chair Research Institutes: Institute for the advanced studies in the humanities Institute of Oriental and Classical Studies Institute for the Russian history “The Russian anthropological school� Institute Institute for new educational technologies and informatization


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com Centers for education and research: Center for social anthropology Center for visual anthropology and ego-history Center for foreign history Center for the Study of Religion Center for the Siberian culture studies Director International Centers for education and research Mark Bloc Russian-French center for historical anthropology Russian-American center for the Biblical studies and Judaica Institute for European Cultures "Higher school for European cultures" research center "Moscow-Quebec" center for education, research and culture Deputy director Center for Russian as a foreign language Russian-Swedish center Russian-Italian center


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com Russian-Turkish center for education and research Russian-Swiss center for education and research V.S. Golenishev center for Egyptology Y.V. Knorozov Mesoamerican research center Russian-German center for education and research Center for European Union relations Iranian studies room Confucius Institute


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com • International Cooperation • Developing academic and educational ties with foreign partners is one of the major trends in the RSUH. • The RSUH has more than 250 partner educational institutions in Europe, in the US, in Canada, Asia, and Latin America. The RSUH works with the Konstanz University, the Humboldts Berlin University, Bohum University in Germany, with Université Paris-Sorbonne IV, Paris-VIII, with the universities of Nantes and Toulouse in France, with the universities of Milan, Naples, Rome and Venice in Italy, with the universities of Uppsala and Göteborg in Sweden, with the State Universities of Iowa and Ohio, with Middlebury college, Trinity College, Beloit College in the US, with Laval University in Canada, with the Chibo University in Japan, with the Seoul University in the Republic of Korea and with other universities and colleges as well.


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com The principal activities of the Department for International Affairs: • organizing international cooperation • developing International Centers for Education and Research • organizing training for foreign students and graduates students • organizing international conferences, seminars and presentations at the RSUH • organizing and managing student and graduate student exchanges, faculty exchanges • organizing and managing the RSUH’s participation in multilateral integration projects • providing visa support • producing educational multimedia products, analytical informational catalogues and reference books


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com International cooperation in numbers and figures on average per year: • Foreign partners - More than 250 • Academic mobility - More than 1000 people a year • International Centers for Education and Research – 13 • International regional studies specializations - 23 • Lectures by foreign scholars - 55 • International Conferences - 45


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com List of courses for international students • The Politics of Post-Communist Russia. Prof. Pivovar • Soviet and Post-Soviet Economics. Prof. Pivovar • Introduction to Russian and Post-Soviet Relations. Prof. Pivovar • Rise and Fall of Communism in Russia. Prof. Pivovar • Discover Moscow. Prof. Elena Dines • Old Moscow in retro photos and manuscripts. Prof. Elena Dines • Hidden paths: Moscow that no longer exists. Prof. Elena Dines • Identity Issues: Mechanisms of Cross-Cultural Communication. Prof. Maria Gordeyeva • Negotiations: theory and practice. Prof. Maria Gordeyeva • Intercultural communication. Prof. Maria Gordeyeva • Modern conflict management. Prof. Maria Gordeyeva • Tolerance and intercultural communication. Prof. Maria Gordeyeva • The history of Russia 862-1800. Prof. Igor Kurukin • Russia in the 18th century. Prof. Igor Kurukin • Specific Features of Russian History. Russian Lands and the Golden Horde. Prof. Igor Kurukin


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Audiovisual communications in the contemporary world. Prof. Grigory Lanskoy Foundations and concepts of modern physics. Prof. Arkadiy Lipkin Russian History of the XX century: Stalinism and the Cold War. Prof. Alexander P. Logunov Russia: Economic Awareness. Prof. Sergey Lyalyaev Common Values in a Changing Russia Mirrored in Literature, Film and News Media. Prof. Petrova Contemporary Russian Culture. Prof. Petrova Contemporary Russian Drama and Cinema. Prof. Petrova The Media in Russia. Prof. Petrova Authorities and the question of trust. Prof. Petrova Market Economy – a test of human values. Prof. Petrova Common human values in Russian Orthodox traditions. Prof. Petrova Joys and sorrows of Russian youth. Permanent and temporary values. Prof. Petrova War in Chechnya, stimulus for conflict and hostility. Prof. Petrova Changes in social status as a result of the transition to a new economic and political system. Prof. Petrova Political history of modern Sudan. Prof. Seregichev


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Myth, literature, advertisement: Representation of identity in contemporary Russian culture. Prof. Maria A. Shteynman Adventures of the Russian idea. Prof. Vladimir Strelkov Aspects of the history of the Russian orthodoxy. Prof. Vladimir Strelkov The phenomenon of death through the optics of classic Russian culture. Prof. Vladimir Strelkov Russian Music. Prof. Irina Vorontsova Image of Russia in American Political Cartoons. Prof. Zhuravleva Political History of Modern Russia (1991 – 2008). Prof. Valentina D. Zimina Russian Literature and Culture of the 20th Century. Prof. Tatyana V. Buzina Russian Literature and Culture of the 20th Century. Prof. Tatyana V. Buzina Russian Literature of the 19th Century. Prof. Tatyana V. Buzina Clash of mentalities in the Russian society: past and present Essential Critical Thinking in Social Science and Humanities. Prof. Maria Eliferova Notion of University. Anna Zavaley Soviet and Russian heraldry (the end of the 20th - beginning of the 21st centuries). Irina Kostina Modern Russian Artists, their Art Studios and Schools and Musical and Literary Salons in Present Day Russia Irina Kostina The fate of poets in the post-revolutionary Russia (based on the history of the Association Literary Mansion in 1919 - 1929). Irina Kostina


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History of paper. Irina Kostina History of museums. Types of Museums. Museums' Network. Palaces - Museums. Museums of Modernity. Local History Museums. Irina Kostina The history of statehood in Russia - ideas, people, symbols. Irina Kostina Christianity in Russia. Life of the Clergy at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. The Fate of the Clergy after the Revolution. Irina Kostina Russian Orthodox art. The sacred space. Yury Gabrov Eastern Christianity. Yury Gabrov Russian underground music. Yury Gabrov Semester program in Russian Studies. Dr. Troy McGrath Contemporary Russian Studies. Dr. Troy McGrath Visual Russia: Course on Russian Art, Architecture, and Film. Dr. Troy McGrath 20th and 21st Century Russia/USSR. Dr. Troy McGrath Religion and Church/State Relations in Russia. Dr. Troy McGrath Post-Communism in Russia. Dr. Troy McGrath Russian Politic & Institutions. Dr. Troy McGrath Foreign Policy of Russia & former USSR. Dr. Troy McGrath


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com • Basic (Survival) Russian. Dr. Troy McGrath • Elementary Russian (1st year Russian). Dr. Troy McGrath • Intermediate Composition and Conversation (2nd year Russian). Dr. Troy McGrath • Advanced Composition and Conversation (3rd year Russian). Dr. Troy McGrath • Advanced Conversation and Reading: (4th year Russian). Dr. Troy McGrath • Russian Lit Survey: Intro of key authors, works of Russian literature. Dr. Troy McGrath • Russian Economic System. Dr. Troy McGrath • Russian Business Practices and Environment. Dr. Troy McGrath • Civil War in Russia, 1917-1921. Dr. Sergey Karpenko • Journalism and literary criticism in 19th century Russia. Dr. Vladimir Gopman • New Developments in Today’s Spoken Russian. Dr. Raisa Rozina


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Center for Russian as a Foreign Language The Center for Russian as a Foreign Language (RFL) is one of the University’s academic subdivisions. The Center teaches foreign students the Russian language and culture, increasing their opportunities through improving their language skills. The RFL Center has a flexible education system. Each student selects an individual program from the courses on offer, tailored to their requirements, abilities and duration of stay. Courses offered at the RFL Center include: Basic Russian Russian for beginners Russian speech etiquette Summer/Winter language school (intensive cultural program included) Russian for graduate student and research fellows In addition, the Russian Language Center also offers: Various meetings with Russian students where you can discuss a variety of issues and current events


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Regular foreign film screenings where you can watch little-known cinematic masterpieces Performances organized by the University Russian Theater On arrival at the Center, students fill in a questionnaire and take a placement test. On the basis of the test and the questionnaire, a specific program is designed which can be supplemented with additional special courses. At the end of the study period, all students who have successfully completed their program are awarded an RSUH certificate. International Office of the RSUH offers the following cultural events: Sightseeing in Moscow Moscow Kremlin and its churches, The Armory “Golden Ring” of Russia Moscow of the nobility The State Tretyakov Gallery, Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts Estates and monasteries in the Moscow Region and beyond


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com • Dormitory • The dormitory of the University is within walking distance from the administrative and departmental building as well as from lecture and seminar rooms. Each room is furnished and has a telephone line. Bathroom and shower are on the floor. Each floor is equipped with a kitchen. Each floor has a recreational room with a TV set. You can also use washing machines located on several floors. • The free of charge cleaning service is offered every day. • If you are accompanied by University representatives they will show you the dormitory (otherwise look at the University map to find the dormitory), where you must fill the guest form and get the key to your room. • Payments for the accommodation are to be made at the Dormitory Administration (building 4, ground floor, room 10).


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Museum Center The University Museum Center comprises the following permanent expositions and museums: The Tsvetaev Art Museum exhibits a variety of sculptures which show an ancient history of Egypt, Greece, Rome and etc. The entrance to the museum halls is on the left side from the main entrance to the University. The Ancient Mexican Art Museum shows the history of this great civilization, the development of the trade, fine arts in the regions of Mexico exemplified in various different vases, decorations, jewels dating back to the ancient times. This museum is situated on the 6th floor, room 625, main building. The “Different Art” Museum exhibits modern paintings, drawings and sculptures. The entrance to the museum halls is on the right side from the main entrance to the University. Open: Tue.-Sat.- 10.00 a.m. - 17.00 p.m. For more information visit http://museum.rsuh.ru/


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Department for International Relations Department for Foreign Students (room 422, mail building) Tel. +7 495 250-6516 Fax +7 495 251-1070 welcome@rsuh.ru Department for Coordination of International Activity (room 433a, mail building) Tel. +7 495 250-6503 Fax +7 495 250-6576bravo@rsuh.ru Department for International Cooperation (room 428, mail building) Tel. +7 495 250-6531 Fax +7 495 973-4860 inter@rsuh.ru Visa Department (room 428a, mail building) Tel. +7 495 250-6354 Fax +7 495 973-4860 welcome@rsuh.ru


Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 15 Chayanova st, Moscow, phone +7 (499) 250-6118, www.rggu.com • Center for Russian as a Foreign Language (room 407, building 7) Tel. +7 495 250-6905 Fax +7 495 251-1070 rfl@rsuh.ru

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