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This programme trains specialists to work in government positions, in centres for research, analysis and consulting, and in museums and archives. Students obtain the knowledge and skills necessary in the search for and analysis of artefacts and in historical reconstructions, as well as in solving unanswered historical questions, modelling historical processes, historical and cultural design and the preservation of historical heritage.
The game, which brings together multiple museums, is dedicated to twentieth- and twenty-first-century art. Students created the game as part of the 'It's Time You Visited the Museum!' project, which won the XI Museums of the Russian North Grant Competition. Fourth-year history students Maxim Finogenov, Maria Karaeva, Vasily Kurushin, and Lev Yakupov visualized sample assignments as part of the Art Time project, which will become the basis of a future online game.
In December, the Teach for HSE project held the master class ‘From Photography to 3D-Model: 3D-Modeling Technology in Teaching and Project Activity’ for HSE lecturers. The master class was delivered online by Iliana Ismakaeva, lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at HSE – Perm and winner of the spring competition of the Fund for Educational Innovation.
A lecturer of the Department of Humanities Yuri Vasilenko spoke about the political and ideological aspects of the formation and development of Russian statehood to students of the master's programme "European Union Studies and Human Rights" at the Catholic University of San Antonio in Murcia (Spain).