November 26, 2020
The final of the Seventh Russian-European research papers competition for graduate and postgraduate students in social sciences and humanities took place on November, 26. For the first time in its history, the final of the competition annually organized by the Centre for German and European Studies of St. Petersburg University was held completely virtually.
During the final, five articles by Russian and European researchers were presented by their authors:
- ‘Shattered Expectations. The Russian Volunteers and the Serbo-Ottoman War 1876’ by Julian Samojlow, Humboldt-University Berlin;
- ‘The implicit readers of Yuli Daniel in Russia, France, Italy and the United States’ by Julia Boechat Machado, University of Bologna;
- ‘Attitude to economic globalization among Russian and United Kingdom students’ by Stanislav Garkusha, St Petersburg university;
- ‘The image of modern Europe among migrants’ by Yulia Kuznetsova, Moscow State University;
- ‘The Status of Jews and the Concept of ‘Aryanism’ in the Independent State of Croatia (1941–1944)’ by Aleksei Nikiforov, Northern (Arctic) Federal University.
The finalists answered questions of the jury, representing the CGES, the Faculty of Sociology of St. Petersburg University, and Bielefeld University. The winners will be announced in December 2020.
More information about the Seventh Russian-European research papers competition is available here.
The completion is organized in cooperation with the Council of Young Scientists of Faculty of Sociology (St. Petersburg University) with the support of DAAD.
In spring 2021, the competition will be announced again. Looking forward to your applications!