Vysshaia Shkola

The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Vysshaia Shkola


a Soviet publishing house in Moscow that issues educational literature for higher, special secondary, and professional-technical institutions of learning.

The Vysshaia Shkola Publishing House was founded in 1939 under the name Sovetskaia Nauka; in 1959 the name was changed to Vysshaia Shkola. In 1963 it was combined with the Russian Higher Learning Publishing House (Rosvuzizdat) and the Professional-Technical Publishing House (Proftekhizdat). Besides textbooks, educational and visual aids, and methodological literature on education, it publishes a number of journals, such as Nauchnye doklady vysshei shkoly, Vestnik vysshei shkoly, Srednee spetsial’noe obrazovanie, and Professional’no-tekhnicheskoe obrazovanie. In 1970 the volume of published materials consisted of 1,016 titles (355.3 million printed signatures); 25.2 million copies were published.


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Losskii, Istoriia russkoi filosofii (Moscow: Vysshaia shkola, 1991), 47; N.
Ustiugov, eds., Russkaia metrologiia (Moscow: Vysshaia shkola, 1975), 248.
Belousov, Design of automated lines, ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), Vysshaia Shkola, Moscow, 1983.
Related genres of the familiar letter and the almanac filled the same generic void and reflected the same need for a simpler, lighter style of expression; Iurii Tynianov, Literaturnyi fakt (Moscow: Vysshaia shkola, 1977), 131.
(11) Most of the collective draws inspiration from Savel'eva's work about Russian classicists: Irina Savel'eva and Andrei Poletaev, Klassicheskoe nasledie (Moscow: Izdatel'skii dom Gosudarstvennogo universiteta, Vysshaia shkola ekonomiki, 2010).
Losev, Material'no-bytovoe i meditsinskoe obespechenie zakliuchennykh (Moscow: Vysshaia shkola MVD SSSR, 1957), 5-7, 14-15.
Moscow: Izdatel'stvo MGU; Vysshaia shkola; CHeRo (Istoriia v litsakh), 1997.
Zaslavskaia (Moscow: Moskovskaia vysshaia shkola sotsial 'nykh i ekonomicheskikh nauk, 1999), 97-101.
He always cited from memory, which was remarkable, [and] never made notes" (Aleksei Stepanovich Khomiakov [Moscow: Vysshaia shkola, 2005], 124).
(76) On this subject, see the rich book by Dmitrii Gutnov, Russkaia vysshaia shkola obshchestvennykh nauk v Parizhe (1901-1906 gg.) (Moscow: ROSSPEN, 2004).
Epstein, Priroda, mir, tainik vselennoi ...: Sistema peizazhnykh obrazov v russkoi poezii (Moscow: Vysshaia shkola, 1990).