News by tag Humanitarian sciences

NSU Sociologists NSU Describe Modern Siberians in English-Language Book on Russian Regions

Routledge, the world's largest publishing house specializing in the humanities and social sciences, is part of the Taylor & Francis international publishing group, recently published “Russia's Regional Identities: The Power of the Provinces". The book describes the unique features of different Russian regions. NSU Sociologists Olga Echevskaya and Alla Anisimova authored the chapter on Siberia and its inhabitants

Total Dictation – 2018 Capital is Vladivostok

The Total Dictation conference that took place at the Novosibirsk State University and Academpark hosted the finals for the Total Dictation-2018 capitol. Five cities made it to the finals to compete for the right to become the main platform of the global action. They were Vladivostok, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk, Tallinn and Tyumen. The results of the competition were announced by the chairman of the jury, NSU Rector Mikhail Fedoruk.

Total Dictation Cultural Action Conference at NSU

More than 300 organizers and experts of the Total Dictation international cultural action came to Novosibirsk to participate in the VI International Scientific and Practical Conference "Dynamic Processes in Modern Russian".  Over three days, experts discussed current issues related to Russian spelling and punctuation.

Archaeologists explore the "Silk Road" from the Stone Age

A team from the NSU New Archeology Center together with the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS, are exploring Eshme-Too, a mountain range in south-west Kyrgyzstan. This area has revealed dozens of archaeological sites

Archaeologists Find Evidence of the Earliest Appearance of Man on the Territory of Kyrgyzstan

A team from NSU’s New Archeology Center, together with the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography SB RAS and the National University of Kyrgyzstan, are exploring key monuments in Central Asia: monuments at the Eshme-Too range, the groves of Obishir-1-5 and the Sel-Ungur Cave

The President of the Russian Federation Recognizes NSU Professor for his Contribution to the Development of Science

President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin, recognized Ivan Kuznetsov, Doctor of Historical Sciences and Professor in the Department of National History at the NSU Humanities Institute., for his contribution to the development of science

NSU Archaeologists found an object from the Yenisei Kyrgyz previously unknown to science

During an annual summer field archaeological dig in the southern Krasnoyarsk Territory and Khakassia, employees at the NSU Humanitarian Research Laboratory discovered an artifact previously unknown to science

A new Approach to the Exploration of Caves in Altai

A team from the "New Archeology" Scientific and Educational Center, together with geophysicists from the NSU Geological and Geophysics Department, and the Institute of Oil and Gas Geology and Geophysics SB RAS will apply a new approach to the study of caves in Central Asia

NSU Philologists Found a copy of a Famous work by Ivan the Terrible in Biysk

Novosibirsk State University Philologists found a copy of one of the famous works by Ivan the a Biysk museum

Anthropologists extract ancient man DNA from cave sediments

For the first-time researchers have extracted the DNA of the Denisovan and Neanderthals not from bones, but from sediment in caves

A film produced by NSU graduates received a silver medal at a prestigious international television festival

A film by Irek Ibatulin, Novosibirsk film producer and graduate of the NSU Journalism Department, and his group Irek.Pro won a silver medal at the New York Festivals World's Best TV & Films television festival