Some of you might have noticed that I’ve taken a break from blogging, yet I wasn’t seeping port and watching talent shows while lying on a hammock under a leafy palm. In April, aside from scientific adventures, I’ve published a new book, attended London Book Fair, then the Russian Prize awards ceremony in Moscow, flew across eight time zones in Russia back and forth, and translated my debut novel, Mr Right and Wrong, into Russian.… Read the rest
This year the world celebrates the 130th birth anniversary of Sabina Spielrein, one of the greatest minds of the XXth century. Sadly, she was forgotten and have only recently been rediscovered. We are only beginning to realise the impact of her ideas on modern science and on our understanding of human psychology.… Read the rest
Russia may be a mysterious country, yet some people have been very proactive at popularizing Russian culture in the West. Today, I am pleased to host an interview with Paul Richardson, an editor of the popular Russian Life magazine.
Russian Life has been informing its audience about the vastest country in the world, Russia, for over half a century now. … Read the rest