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Book chapter
The Impossible Totality of Ukraine’s “People”: On the Populist Discourse of the Ukrainian Maidan

Baysha O.

In bk.: Discursive Approaches to Populism Across Disciplines. Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. P. 63-90.

Working paper
Digital self-tracking among Russian students: practices and discourses

Nim E.

Sociology. SOC. Высшая школа экономики, 2019. No. WP BRP 91/SOC/2019.

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«The Olympiad is a good chance to understand what you need». The winner of the last year competition shares his experience and gives some useful tips

«The Olympiad is a good chance to understand what you need». The winner of the last year competition shares his experience and gives some useful tips
Dmitry Muraviev is a student of the Critical Media Studies Master’s Programme. One year ago he achieved the highest score in the HSE Olympiad «Highest League». Now Dmitry is ready to share a couple of lifehacks considering the preparation for those who would like to participate in the 2021 competition.

"Mainstream and alternative: what one needs to know about modern media" programme webinar

"Mainstream and alternative: what one needs to know about modern media" programme webinar
For the applicants of "International news production"

‘Our Book Is a Small Yet Confident Step in the Development of Museums and Their Projects’

‘Our Book Is a Small Yet Confident Step in the Development of Museums and Their Projects’
Students of the HSE Master's programme in Transmedia Production in Digital Industries joined efforts with staff of Moscow museums to create an e-book ‘Teenagers at Museums: How Curators and Tutors Help People Find Themselves’. The HSE News Service talked with the project authors about their choice of topic and what it is like to work as a book producer.

HSE Students Turn Books and Museums into Transmedia Stories

For two years in a row, students in the Master’s programme in Transmedia Production in Digital Industries have worked closely with publishing and museum experts, as well as lecturers from the HSE School of Media to reinvent the role of printed books and the traditional tasks of Russian museums. Some of their book projects were presented at the Non-fiction exhibition this year, and the museum projects will be implemented for the public.

HSE Students Presented Digital Books at non/fictio№18

HSE Students Presented Digital Books at non/fictio№18
On November 30, 2016, the ‘Digital Publishing’ course was presented at the book fair non/fictio№18.
Students of the ‘Media production in Creative Industries’ MA programme who have just published several digital collections, spoke about how to produce a book in two months. The lecturers shared their opinion on the challenges and difficulties of the course, and the writers and publicists – on their experience of participating in the project.