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Lecture by Australian professor Mark Beeson on the topic «Power transition dilemma in the US-China relations»
Mark Beeson is a political scientist from Australia, Professor of Murdoch University specializing in the field of international politics in the Asia-Pacific, international affairs, US-China relations, foreign policy of Australia, regional security.
On the 19th of November, Michael North presented a public lecture in the laboratory of environmental and technological history. He shared the results of his recent study on the Baltic Sea as a borderland.
Prof. Michael Nort, Graysfald University, did a series of lectures and seminars for master's students in "Applied and Interdisciplinary History"
The first and second year students of the international master’s programme “Applied and Interdisciplinary History “Usable Pasts” met with Michael North, a German historian, Professor and Chair of Modern History department at Graysfald University.
Between October 1st and 3rd, two professors from the University of Valladolid (Spain), Fernando Tejerina Gaite and Felix Lopez Iturriaga, delivered lectures for 1st and 2nd year Master’s students in Finance.
On October 3, the School of History and the HSE Centre for Digital Humanities, with support from the Teaching Excellence Initiative, held a lecture by Dr. Andrew Janco (Haverford College, USA) entitled ‘Engaging Students in the Humanities and Sciences through Digital Scholarship Projects.’ Covering methods for engaging students in project-based research in the digital humanities, the lecture aimed to demonstrate the benefits of researchers working with students as co-investigators with their own research interests and agenda.
HSE Seminar on Political Economy: Andrea Matozzi (European University Institute) about the Voter Turnout with Peer Punishment
Andrea Matozzi introduced a model of turnout where social norms, strategically chosen by competing political parties, determine voters' turnout. Social norms must be enforced through costly peer monitoring and punishment. When the cost of enforcement of social norms is low, the larger party is always advantaged.
Last week Australian teacher trainer James Thomas visited HSE Perm at the invitation of Elizaveta Smirnova, Associate Professor of the School of Foreign Languages. From 24 to 27 September, James conducted a refresher training course on “English as a Medium of Instruction” for the HSE Perm faculty.
September 21 to 27, I-Ching Lee, professor of National Taiwan University, visited HSE-Perm at the invitation of the School of Management.