In your own words — is a student-run academic journal of the School of Arts and Humanities of the HSE University — St. Petersburg. The journal brings together under one cover the students’ research works in the fields of philology, history, anthropology and other humanities.
- Every issue is devoted to one topical multidisciplinary subject
- Includes academic articles, translations of international researchers’ works, interviews and reviews
- All the articles are blind peer-reviewed by two reviewers
- Frequency: quarterly
- The journal is published online on the website
Along with ten articles, two translations, four reviews and one interview, the issue also contains a number of sources: the Zinaida Antonenko’s diary, correspondence of Soviet young people and transcripts of conversations with the first Soviet translators of Tolkien’s novels.
The issue includes works about school education in different countries in different eras. The issue consists of 5 articles, 2 translations, 2 reviews, and 2 interviews.
We are glad to inform you about the topic of the next (anniversary!) issue of the journal "In Our Own Words"!
It is time to announce the themes of next two issues of the journal “In Your Own Words” !
This time, we are talking about marginality, diving boldly into topics "beyond" conventional science. It is a replete issue, because we wanted to show you as many stories as possible and to change your perception of marginal studies.
From Kino to Kvartirniki, Saint Petersburg's music scene is steeped in history and local traditions. Joshua Bean, a British student at HSE, explores the influence of the city's music scene on contemporary Russian-language music through the eyes of local artists to understand what inspires them and where their motivations lie.
In this edition, entitled Visuality, you will find materials and articles covering various spheres of the humanities and liberal arts. For the first time, the issue includes illustrations. We are now also including academic reviews in our editions.
We are glad to announce the themes of next three issues! There are Memory studies, Sound studies and Gender studies.
We are ready to announce the theme! The 4th issue will be dedicated to the school canon.
In it, you will find materials by theorists and practitioners of journalism, as well as academic articles. On the pages of the first issue you can learn more about the periodicals of past years.