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Russian center in Budapest held meeting of Russianist Forum

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Russian center in Budapest held meeting of Russianist Forum


23.04.2020


On April 15, 2020, the second meeting of the Forum of Young Russianists at the Budapest Russian Center was held this year. The online format of meetings is becoming more familiar to participants.

The Forum of Young Russianists was created in 2018 on the initiative of the junior staff of the Russian Center and the Center for Russian Studies at Eötvös Loránd University so that researchers in the field of interdisciplinary Russian studies can help each other advance in their scientific research.

The forum participants discussed medieval heretical movements in Russia, which are studied by a graduate of a master's program in Russian Studies Lena Igari. In addition to topical questions, methodological issues are always raised at meetings - not only on conducting research work, but also on setting out the results for the public. The aim of Igari’s study is to familiarize the general public with the problems of medieval heretical movements, while it must meet the requirements of high-quality scientific work.

Zhuzhanna Dimeshi, Budapest

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