Days of History will be held at the SUSU Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities April 25th through 27th of 2018. Students and guests of the Faculty of History and all those interested in history can feel themselves part of the world of the past during these three event-packed days.
The event will open with an exhibition and presentation of publications written by teachers and staff of the Department of National and Foreign History, the research and education centers of Eurasian studies and cultural-historical research, and the Department of Theology, Culture and Art.
Over the last two years, famous South Ural researchers in history and archaeology, besides their articles in top-ranking journals, have released monographs and collections of documents and articles published in Russia and abroad. These forms of presenting scientific knowledge have always been and still remain immensely important to humanitarian sciences.
The exhibition and presentation will wrap up with a scientific discussion on the role of scientometrics in humanitarian knowledge. After learning about the newest discoveries and achievements of historians, art historians, and archaeologists of SUSU, it will be possible to hear them “live” at meetings of sections of the traditional scientific conference for university professors.
April 26th and 27th will be totally dedicated to presenting the results of research by Bachelor’s and Master’s students of the Faculty of History departments, and the last day of the event will include public defense of term and research papers completed by history students over the course of the year.
The Days of History promise to become a real celebration of scientific discoveries, and a competition among young researchers for the right to be named masters of scientific debate and interpretation.
The Days of History will be held in the Pushkin Hall and in Room 442 of the main SUSU building.
Date of event:
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 - 11:30