Here are the main events, that happened in April at our University.
On 7 April the Chinese Talking Club hosted "the Day of the East", which was combined with the open doors day at the Oriental faculty.
The students of the Oriental faculty took part took part in the event. Everyone had the opportunity to tell the applicants about their region of studying, language, and to share a good mood.
Future students and their parents, as well as our foreign guests, enjoyed the tea ceremony, played traditional board games and studied Arabic calligraphy!
On 13 April, an "open dialogue" with the principal of SAUH was held, at which Denis Valerievich Fomin-Nilov answered students' questions.
On 14 April a "green" party was held at the Institute of Psychology of Russian Academy of Sciences, "GREEN-GAUGN" celebrated the anniversary of its existence. The 2017 work results were summed up.
Coordinators of the youth eco-volunteer movement "MosEko" Nafieva Anna and Antonov Mikhail held a master class "Waste sorting in everyday life". The organizers of the event held the game "What? Where? When? " for knowledge in the field of ecology, the winners received prizes. The party ended with a cold table.
On 19-22 April, the International Scientific Seminar "Transcendental Turn in Modern Philosophy" was held in Moscow for the third time. The American analytical philosopher, the most famous in the US historian of modern philosophy, Tom Rockmore, contacted the participants via Skype from Beijing. There were video-inclusions of American researchers Tim Jankoviak and Colin Marshall. Also, the Italian philosopher Luca Forgione held a presentation "The Transcendental Subject of Kant and the Nature of Transcendental Idealism".
On 26 April, two lectures were held by the British professor Alan Forrest at the Presidium of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The first lecture was devoted to the formation of the imperial legend of Napoleon Bonaparte. Alan Forrest demonstrated the formation of the image of Napoleon, first as a commander, and then as a wise ruler. The professor drew the listeners' attention to the meaning and details of the pictures, revealing their propaganda nature. The second lecture was devoted to the perception of Napoleon Bonaparte in Britain during the Hundred Days and the exile of Napoleon to Saint Helena. The main subject of this lecture was British caricatures, made from 1814 to 1815.