Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies

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Interview with Madina Bizhanova who got into the MBA program at the University of Washington Michael G. Foster School of Business

Please tell us about yourself and the most important skills you would have learned as a student at NU. Born and raised in Aralsk, a small town in southern Kazakhstan, I grew up taking on any leadership role at my school as an opportunity to reconcile my bookish introversion with a streak of competitiveness. However, […]

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MAES student Temirlan Tileubek will be starting his PhD at University of California, Davis, in the Fall

Please tell us about your background and why you chose MA in Eurasian Studies? It all started when I was an undergraduate student and decided to declare history as my major. After years of taking different history courses, I finally decided to stick with a field of history of medicine. My area of interests is […]

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Professor Clare Griffin took part in “The Global History” Podcast

Assistant Professor of the History, Philosophy and Religious Studies Department Clare Griffin took part in “The Global History” Podcast. Professor was interviewed by host Chase Caldwell Smith for the podcast’s “Global Histories of Health, Medicine & Disease in the Early Modern World ” series. They talked about professor Griffin’s research on the global links of […]

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Podcast “Around the bush”: “Soviet-style nostalgia: the bourgeoisie, Stalinism and Ryazanov’s comedies” with the participation of professor Mikhail Akulov

Supporting the initiative of home-based education, the Tselinniy Center for Contemporary Culture has initiated a series of podcasts called “Around the bush”. In the first episode of the podcast, historian, assistant professor of the school of sciences and humanities Mikhail Akulov and journalist Arslan Akanov talk about what the Soviet bourgeoisie is and how it […]

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Mikhail Akulov’s (History, Philosophy and Religious Studies) interview on historical memory of repressions of 1930s and 40s

The interview of Mikhail Akulov regarding the memory of repressions and deportations in 1930s and 1940s. Here the link below to the interview: https://drive.google.com/file/d/13wsgUKObjrtY-76XLrc8DL1RM-L3rk8M/view or the link for mobile devices: https://soundcloud.com/everydaybyday/zhivaya_pamyat_1 […]

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