Young Scientist ofASU Rastyam Aliyev Wins Presidential Grant

Young Scientist ofASU Rastyam Aliyev Wins Presidential Grant

The ceremony ofawarding certificates tothe winners ofthe all-Russia competition from the universities ofthe Southern Federal District, timed tothe Cosmonautics Day, has been held online and offline atthe Boiling Point Centre ofAstrakhan State University.

20 young scientists from universities of Astrakhan, Volgograd, Krasnodar, Rostov-on-Don and Crimea became the holders of Presidential grants.

At the event, Vladimir Gurba, Deputy Plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Southern Federal District, noted the importance of providing support to young scientists at the highest level.

Rector Konstantin Markelov handed the Presidential grant certificate to Rastyam Aliyev, Candidate of Historical Sciences and Associate Professor of the Department of Russian History of Astrakhan State University.

Congratulating the winner, he stressed that he was very happy for his colleague, whose research is important both for Southern Russia and for the Greater Caspian Region.

Based on the developments of ASU, related to formation of the images of otherness, it is possible to predict various ethnopolitical situations, analyze them, and even prevent and resolve arisen disagreements. Identifying changes in the perception of The Other due to the COVID-19 pandemic will allow to see how these mechanisms are transformed.

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