VTP Students

STUDENTS WHO WILL RECEIVE ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN THE 2018/19 ACADEMIC YEAR:

  • Mackenzie Nelson (School of Public Policy) – Thesis on "Women in Public Spaces for APP client Women Living under Muslim Laws)"
  • Alexandra Czeglédi (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology) – Thesis on "Micro-politics on red mud after the industrial accident near Ajka, Hungary"
  • Lucia Szemetova (Department of Nationalism Studies) – Thesis on "Everyday nationhood discourse in Gábor Reisz' film and their reception"
  • John Atmore (Department of Nationalism Studies) – Thesis on "Mapuche national consciousness in Argentine Patagonia"
  • David Baquais (Department of Gender Studies) – Thesis on "Queer shame on film"
  • Orsolya Udvari (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology) – Thesis on "Ways of Seeing the Other. Understanding the Visual Representation of Migration in Hungary after 2015 through the Lenses of Three Movies"
  • Jakub Gawkowski (Department of History) – Thesis on "Exhibiting the Destruction of Polish and Jewish Material Culture in the Aftermath of WW2: Warsaw Accuses (1945) and The Exhibition of Saved Works of Jewish Art (1949)
  • Shushan Abrahamyan (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology) – Thesis on "Graffiti in Yerevan"
  • Iryna Mysiv (Department of Nationalism Studies) – Thesis on "Biopolitical tendencies in the interwar Eastern Galicia: role of ethnic minorities"
  • Ivana Pruchova (Department of History) – Thesis on "Farce after Velvet: Satirical Programs in the First Years of Czech Public Television"
  • Galiya Khassenkhanova (Department of History) – Thesis on "Kazah Films in Evacuation"
  • Vanbasten Noronha de Araújo (Department of Gender Studies) – Thesis on "Embodied Shimmers signaling existence through aqueus connections between glitter, bodies and water in the Anthropocene"
  • Ifra Asad (School of Public Policy) – Thesis on "Women in Public Spaces for APP client Women Living Under Muslim Laws"
  • Dana Abu Lail (School of Public Policy) - Thesis on "Advocacy documentary about human trafficking in Jordan APP client"
  • Marta Chmielewska (Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology)

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"

Currently enrolled students:

  • Arslan Akanov (Nationalism Studies, MA Program)
  • John Atmore (Nationalism Studies, MA Program)
  • Dávid Baqais (Department of Gender Studies, MA Program)
  • Jasmin Gamez (School of Public Policy, MPA Program)
  • Jakub Gawkowski (Department of History, MA Program)
  • Shehreen Ataur Khan (Department of Gender Studies, MA Program)
  • Galiya Khassenkhanova  (Department of History, MA Program)
  • Elena Krusheuskaja (School of Public Policy, MPA Program)
  • Vanbasten Noronha de Araújo (Department of Gender Studies, MA Program)
  • Mackenzie Nelson (School of Public Policy, MPA Program)
  • Ivana Pruchova (Department of History, MA Program)
  • Caterina Sessa (Sociology and Social Anthropology, MA Program)
  • Lucia Szemetova (Nationalism Studies, MA Program)
  • Mariia Zimina (Department of History, MA Program)