Assistant professor of the department of theology, culture, and art, candidate of art history, Evgenia Konysheva was awarded an RAACS Advisor diploma.
The Russian Academy of Architecture and Construction Science (RAACS) is one of four governmental academies of science in the Russian Federation, the top scientific organization in the country for architecture, urban planning, and construction science. The Advisor status is awarded in recognition of achievements in architectural practice, education, or science.
E.V. Konysheva’s scientific work is tied to the history of the Ural region’s architecture, the history of Soviet architecture, and the relationships between soviet and international architecture. Her research on European architects in the USSR from 1920 to 1930 received international recognition; her books and articles were published both in Russia and abroad.