The Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding granted 10 Russian researchers in the academic year 2017/2018.

The scholarships are awarded annually and intended for researchers or people working in the Russian scientific institutions. The committee appointed by the director of the Centre evaluates the scientific value of the project, the applicant's academic achievements, as well as the relevance of the proposed research agenda for Polish-Russian dialogue and understanding.

List of awarded researchers:

  • Alexander Lipatov, the Institute of Slavic Studies, the Russian Academy of Sciences, project: Slavic people's awareness in the mirror of literature
  • Yakov Lazarev, the Ural Federal University, project: managing Ukrainian lands in Rzeczpospolita and the Russian state from the 17th to the '60 18th century: searching for mechanisms of sustainable control
  • Irina Nikulina, the Altai State University in Barnaul, project: the role of Poles in the cultural and social development of Altai in the 19th and 20th centuries
  • Yelena Andrianova, the State University of Tyumen, project: the comparative motivation of bank employees in Poland and Russia
  • Tatiana Kosinova, the St. Petersburg Memorial Society, project: the Petersburg period of life of Józef Czapski (1912-1919)
  • Oksana Golovashina, Tomski State University, project: memory migration: research models of the integration of memory of Russian-speaking immigrants in Poland"
  • Maksim Starchak, the Institute of World Economy and International Relations, the Russian Academy of Sciences, project: Poland's place and role in Russia-NATO relations in the field of arms control in Europe
  • Tatiana Voronina, the Center for Independent Sociological Research in St. Petersburg, project: biography vs. hagiography: religious context and historical narratives of Russian and Polish martyrs on the example of Jerzy Popiełuszko
  • Aleksandra Jacyk, the Kazan State University, project: contemporary Russian and Polish conservatism in the biopolitical context
  • Denis Ahapkin, Sankt-Peterburg State University, project: the influence of Polish literature and culture on the process of shaping Josif Brodsky as a poet and essayist.

The total amount of scholarships is 111,100 PLN.

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