VTP Students

STUDENTS ENROLLED FOR THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN 2019/20 AY:

  • Anna Tulubenskaia (Department of History)
  • Anna Pronina (Department of History)
  • Lilly Maria Schlagnitweil (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology)
  • Evangeniia Zaretckaia (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology)
  • Kamelia Georgieva Tzenava (MATILDA European Women's and Gender History program)
  • Zeinab Abdelhamed (Cultural Heritage Studies)
  • Lishu Gang (Department of Nationalism Studies)
  • Tóth Lili (Department of Medieval Studies)
  • Akinpelu Funmilayo (Department of History)
  • Andrej Endre Kuklin (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology)
  • Mila Bajic (Department of Nationalism Studies)
  • Nikita Bogachev (Department of History)

STUDENTS AWARDED THE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN 2018/19 AY:

  • Shushan Abrahamyan (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology) – Thesis on "The City and Its Walls: Street art, graffiti and the re-invention of public space in Yerevan "

  • Dana Abu Lail (School of Public Policy) - Thesis on "Advocacy Documentary about Human Trafficking in Jordan APP client"

  • Ifra Asad (School of Public Policy) – Thesis on "Women in Public Spaces for APP client Women Living Under Muslim Laws"

  • John Atmore (Department of Nationalism Studies) – Thesis on "Mapuche National Consciousness in Argentine Patagonia" (photo essay)

  • David Baquais (Department of Gender Studies) – Thesis on "The Affective Potential of Queer Shame on Screen"

  • Marta Chmielewska (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology) - Thesis on "The ‘Sign of the Cross’ Exhibition as a Polyphonic Political Statement in the 1980s Polish Art Field"

  • Alexandra Czeglédi (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology) 

  • Jakub Gawkowski (Department of History) – Thesis on "Exhibiting Rescued Works of Polish and Polish-Jewish Artists (1945-49)”

  • Galiya Khassenkhanova (Department of History) – Thesis on "Resident Perspective: The Evacuation of Soviet film studios in Kazakhstan, 1941-44

  • Mackenzie Nelson (School of Public Policy) – Thesis on "Women in Public Spaces for APP client Women Living under Muslim Laws)"

  • Vanbasten Noronha de Araújo (Department of Gender Studies) – Thesis on "A Queer Critique of the Narratives on Glitter Pollution"

  • Ivana Pruchova (Department of History) – Thesis on "Farce after Velvet: Satirical Programs in the First Years of Czech Public Television"

  • Lucia Szemetova (Department of Nationalism Studies) – Thesis on "»We Laugh with Tears it’s so Hungarian« – The Narratives of Hungarianness in Gábor Reisz’ Films and their Reception"

  • Orsolya Udvari (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology) – Thesis on "Ways of Seeing the Other. Migration in Contemporary Hungarian Cinema"

Students who received the PILOT NON-DEGREE certificate in the 2017/18 academic year:

  • Polina Baitsym (Department of History, MA Program) - Thesis on "Art, Defined in Struggle: Socialist Realism Inside the Ukrainian Union of Artists from the 1950s through Perestroika"
  • Judit Ignácz (School of Public Policy, MPA Program) - Applied Policy Project for Bellingcat and Synaps investigating the full range of digital tools available for the study of the Syrian conflict
  • Nora Palandjian (School of Public Policy, MPA Program) - Applied Policy Project for Bellingcat and Synaps investigating the full range of digital tools available for the study of the Syrian conflict
  • Varvara Podnos (Department of History, MA Program) - Thesis on "Construction of the Post-Soviet City Narrative Through the Toponymical Space: The Case of Kharkiv, 1991-2017"