Moscow Interdisciplinary Conference on Autobiography
The conference devoted to “Autobiographical writings in an interdisciplinary research environment: people, texts, practices” was held on 1–2 June 2016 in Moscow at the National Research University The Higher School of Economics (HSE). The conference aimed to promote the study of first-person writings as the product of specific social practices and marked a modest step forward in the study of autobiography in Russia.
This article was submitted to EJLW on October 21st 2016 and published on April 9th 2017.
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