Laboratory for Political Studies was established at the HSE in 2008 for academic research in the field of political science. The Laboratory focuses on “political” aspects of the social phenomena: perceptions, values, institutions, culture, behavior, processes, movements. Within our social mission to create a new generation of scholars, the Laboratory actively involves students into the running scientific projects.
We are hiring!
We are hiring a research intern for the project "Social and spatial identities in domestic and international mobility." Application deadline is March 5
Symbolic Borders in Detention Spaces: Inside a German Refugee Camp
The photo essay by Olga Zeveleva, Junior Research Fellow of the laboratory, published in Border Criminologies research group (Oxford university) blog.
Internship at the Laboratory for Political Studies
BA and MA students are invited to complete their internships at HSE's Laboratory for Political Studies. Application deadline for fourth year BA students: March 20, 2016. Application deadline for third year BA students and MA students: TBA.
Joint Seminar of HSE and Hertie School of Governance
On December 14th-16th 2015, a joint seminar between HSE and the Hertie School of Governance was held in Berlin. The staff members of the Laboratory for Political Studies, students, doctoral students and faculty of the Hertie School of Governance as well as researchers from Oxford, Cambridge and Heidelberg Universities took part in the event.
Working Paper by Olga Zeveleva
The working paper 'The Discursive Construction of Co-Ethnic Migration' by Olga Zeveleva, Junior Research Fellow of the laboratory published in the Basic Research series.
Article by Olga Zeveleva Issued on OpenDemocracy Website
On January 8 the article 'Russian Passport, Please' was published on the official website of OpenDemocracy.
Working paper by Anna Kulkova Published
The working paper 'Religiosity and Political Participation in Contemporary Russia: A Quantitative Analysis' by Anna Kulkova is published in the series 'Political Science'.