Director, Imperiia Project, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies; Lecturer on History, Harvard University
November 19, 2021
4:00pm - 5:00pm
This short conference provides CES thesis research grantees an opportunity to present their research and preliminary findings and receive constructive feedback during their writing process from faculty, scholars, and fellow students.
For the Harvard community, this event is an opportunity to learn from new research and findings on diverse social science topics related to Europe. Moreover, for students considering writing a thesis and applying for a CES senior thesis grant, this conference helps to illustrate what to expect in preparing and writing a thesis as well as the benefits from this rigorous but rewarding process.
Oya Gursoy (Social Studies, 2022): Unrest at the University: Sexuality, Security, and the Late Authoritarian State Assemblage in Turkey
Georgiy Kent (Social Studies, 2022): Homeland lost: Crimean Tatars and the Russian Annexation of Crimea Jasper Schoff (History, 2022): "Onerous Labour and Uncommon Effort": Reframing Industriousness in Early Modern Music
Kiara Gomez (Anthropology, 2022): Beyond Princess Work -- Labor Organization for Models in the Fashion Industry