Yulia Karpova

Position: 
PhD degree awarded
Position (magyar): 
PhD fokozattal végzett
Department of History
Qualifications: 
MA in Comparative History of Eastern, Central and South-Eastern Europe, CEU
MA in History and Theory of Visual Art, Stieglitz Academy of Art and Design, St. Petersburg
Academic/Professional Experience and Achievements: 

Award for Advanced Doctoral Students, 2014.

Research grant of the Malevich Society for the project "Malevich's Legacy in the Development of Applied Arts and Design in the Late 1950s - 1960s (the case of Moscow and Leningrad), 2013-2014.

Participation in preparing the Russian and Soviet Television Monitoring digital colleection at Open Society Archives (Budapest), 2012-2013.

Peter Hanák Prize in Modern History for the MA thesis in 2009. Thesis title: The Stilyagi: Soviet Youth (Sub)culture of The 1950s and Its Fashion.

CV attachment: 
Affiliations: 
Open Society Archives
Academic/research topics: 
Intellectual History of Russia and the Soviet Union
Soviet applied art and design
Material culture and consumption in socialist societies
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Russian (native)
English (advanced)
Hungarian (intermediate)
Year of enrollment: 
2009/2010