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Studia Humanitatis >>

Vol.2020, No.4

Publisher: Institute of Modern Humanitarian Researches (Moscow, Russia)

Publishing Date: 2021-01-25

  1. Within eight years... “Studia Humanitatis” journal in 30 issues – the history of formation and the modern stage

    Authors: Melkov A.S.

  2. The Vikings and their importance for the North Atlantic (Iceland, Greenland, North America) from the beginning of the expansion in the 9th century until the extinction around 1400

    Authors: Christensen C.S.

  3. Honorary citizenship as the Russian Empire estate in national historiography

    Authors: Leonov D.E.

  4. The discussion on parish autonomy (middle of the 19th and early 20th centuries)

    Authors: Pulkin M.V.

  5. “Dry law” of 1914 in city and village: comparative analysis

    Authors: http en node

  6. Interwar Poland in the US foreign policy

    Authors: Nemchaninov D.G.

  7. State innovations in education and the problem of pedagogical risk

    Authors: Gerashchenko I.G.; Gerashchenko N.V.

  8. Text as a didactic unit in the representation aspect about the text-forming function of modality

    Authors: Slavuta T.A.

  9. The position of the People’s Consultative Assembly in the constitutional structure of the Republic of Indonesia

    Authors: Azis Setyagama

  10. Special equipment in law enforcement: concept and system

    Authors: Haraberjush I.F.

  11. The use of emotional-stress psychotherapy in decompensation of oppositional-defiant disorder among children, manifested by protest or infantile encopresis

    Authors: Kokurenkova P.A.; Shishkov V.V.

  12. Permanent instability and the problem of life’s meaning: possible coping strategies during the crisis

    Authors: Staniszewska Ż.; Staniszewski M.

  13. Church architecture in the Western style. Synod of Zamość in 1720 and its significance for the process of church interior latinisation on the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth territory in 1720-1795

    Authors: Walczak D.

  14. Unbroken and not surrendered... Monographic collection review: “The sufferers for the faith in Christ of the Saint Petersburg land” by M.V. Shkarovsky

    Authors: Ponkin I.V.

  15. To the question of the early period Old Russian phonological system description

    Authors: Kurulyenok A.A.

  16. The issues of religious terms’ description in Russian explanatory dictionaries

    Authors: Krylova I.A.

  17. Metaphors of disease as a tool for conceptualization of “Black Lives Matter” movement in the US media (the case of “The Seattle Times” newspaper data)

    Authors: Pologova K.V.

  18. The figure of Lesbia in Catullus’ in Verona poetry

    Authors: Bragova A.M.; Dragunova A.A.

  19. Mikhail Lermontov and his “marginal” interpretations: late 19th and early 20th centuries

    Authors: Mekhtiev V.G.

  20. When poetry is read like prose. Debunking the opus “Mute Onegin” by A. Minkin

    Authors: Nikishov Y.M.

  21. The issue of historical functionality: the role of the subject in the context of the historical process’ objectivity

    Authors: Poletaeva Y.G.

  22. Collective traumas as a subject of memory studies: the specifics of Russian discourse

    Authors: Anikin D.A.

  23. Representation of cultural traumas in modern media: between social functionality and institutional inefficiency

    Authors: Linchenko A.A.