The St. Petersburg Institute of Linguistics, Cognition and Culture (NYI) is an advanced study program organized every July in St. Petersburg, Russia at St. Petersburg State University. NYI 14 will be held July 11-29, 2016
Participants take seminars with international scholars in a range of fields, especially those that do not fall neatly into traditional discipline areas. 2016 will be the 14th year of NYI. Since 2003, over 1000 participants from 40 countries and 50 Russian Federation cities have received certificates for completing the NYI Summer Seminar Program.
Participants create a program design unique to their own interests, choosing 4 or 5 seminars from among the following fields
Critical Cultural and Media Studies
Media, Film, and Politics
Literature & Performance Studies
NYI is a program of St. Petersburg State University, organized in cooperation with the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Background: NYI believes that traditional academic boundaries inadvertently prevent young intellectuals from engaging many important areas of modern inquiry which do not fall neatly into disciplinary frames, including the cognitive sciences, which study the workings of the human mind, and critical cultural studies, which concentrate on comparative aspects of human societies. NYI is proud to have gathered an international group of faculty who are not only specialists in their fields, but also have experience working in intercultural environments and teaching in non-English speaking countries.
NYI would like to express its eternal gratitude to our supporters and partners:
• St. Petersburg State University:
--Office of International Programs
--School of Philology and Arts
--Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences
• Stony Brook University:
--Office of International Academic Programs
--Office of the Provost
--Department of Linguistics
• SUNY Central Administration, Office of International Programs
• St. Petersburg University of Aerospace Instrumentation
• The Consulate General of the United States, St. Petersburg
• The "Mosty" Cultural Foundation