On January 23, 2024, the results of Moscow Government Competition for young scholars were summed up. In the “Humanities” category: the award was won by Dr. Evgenia Dolgova, Director of the Center for the History of Russian Science and Scientific and Technological Development, Chairman of the Council of Young Scholars, for a series of works on the history of the Soviet academic community, its transformation in the conditions of socio-political changes and academic and technological challenges of the 20th century
The works of Dr. Dolgova include three monographs “The Birth of Soviet Science: Scientists in the 1920-1930s”, “Student's notes of the Institute of Red Professorship: source and research”, “Scientist in the era of change: Kareev in 1914-1931. Research and materials"; over 130 articles in leading peer-reviewed journals, including those included in the international citation systems.
The Award has been granted annually since 2013 to young scholars, citizens of Russia from metropolitan organizations: under the age of 36, and Associate professors under 40 years.
Almost 1.3 thousand applications in various areas of research and development were submitteed. The full list of winners can be found on the official website. The award ceremony will take place on February 8.