Creating a museum of a typical five-storey building ("khrushchevka") in Moscow? Pavel Shulgin gives an interview to the TV channel Kultura
The federal TV channel Kultura raised the issue of creating a Museum of standard house-building of 1960s in Moscow on the basis of typical five-story houses popularly called «Khrushchevka» (after Nikita Khrushchev, the former head of the Soviet state, who initiated this social project). Pavel Shulgin, Head of the Centre for Regional Programmes of Social and Cultural Development of the Institute for Social Policy, HSE, gave an interview to the TV channel on this issue.
Pavel Shulgin Speaks at the Interuniversity Round Table 'Cultural Heritage in the Modern World: Challenges of the XXI Century'
On June 15, 2020 the Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow) held the online interuniversity round table devoted to cultural heritage in the modern world and its callenges of the XXI century.
The round table Cooperation of the University, Local Museums and Local Communities as a Way to Promote Cultural Heritage, held on December 19, was organized by the National Research University "Higher school of Economics". Heads of departments of culture and cultural heritage of Moscow, directors of Moscow museums promoting the history of the city, publishers of literature on Moscow studies, specialists of the Higher School of Economics were invited to it.
On May 15, 2018, the Institute for Social Policy held a scientific seminar on the topic "Modern problems of preservation and use of cultural heritage: the formation of the cultural framework as a method of inclusion of heritage in modern economic reality (on the example of the Tyumen region)"
The seminar heard a presentation by Pavel Shulgin, PhD, director of the Centre for Regional Programs of Social and Cultural Development of the Institute.