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Name Year Description Country
ADASHINSKAYA, Anna 2016/2017
2014/2015
PoM Returning Fellow
BSL Black Sea Link Fellow

Affiliation:
Central European University, Budapest

Position:
Ph.D. Candidate, NEC BSL Alumna

Research Projects:
“O Lord, accept the prayers of your servants have mercy upon them…”: Representation and Commemoration Strategies in Moldavian Noble Foundations (Late 15th – First Half of the 16th Century) (2016/2017)
Power on display: Offering, Keeping, and Exhibiting Documents in Byzantine and Balkan Monasteries from the 12th to the 15th Century (2014/2015)
Russia
BULATOVA, Asiya 2017/2018
2014/2015
PoM Returning Fellow
BSL Black Sea Link Fellow

Affiliation:
University of Warsaw, Poland
University of Manchester, UK

Position:
Marie Curie Fellow

Research Projects:
Science of the Self: Human Agency in Formalist Theories of Literature and Biomedical Research, 1917–1925
Science of the Self: Human Agency and the Legacy of Russian Formalism (2014/2015)
Russia
MANOLOVA, Divna 2016/2017
2014/2015
PoM Returning Fellow
BSL Black Sea Link Fellow

Affiliation:
Department of Medieval Studies, Central European University, Budapest

Position:
PhD Candidate
NEC BSL Alumna

Research Projects:
Polymathy and Intellectual Curiosity in Byzantine Discourses of Science and Philosophy (Thirteenth – Fifteenth Centuries) (2016-2017)
Nikephoros Gregoras' Historia Rhōmaikē. Discussions of Free Will, Spontaneity, and Divine Providence (2014-2015)
Bulgaria
RUSU, Octavian 2014/2015
BSL Black Sea Link Fellow

Affiliation:
University of Toulouse

Position:
PhD Candidate and Teaching Assistant

Research Project:
Explaining Russian Policy Shifts towards the Transnistrian Conflict (1989-2013)
Moldova
SHEKHOVTSOV, Anton 2014/2015
BSL Black Sea Link Fellow

Affiliation:
Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna

Position:
Junior Visiting Fellow, European Fellow of the Radicalism and New Radicalism Research Group

Research Project:
The Euromaidan and the Ukrainian Extreme Right: Fighting for the European integration?
Ukraine
SMBATYAN, Nelli 2014/2015
BSL Black Sea Link Fellow

Affiliation:
UNESCO Chair of Armenian Art History and Theory, Yerevan State University

Position:
Assistant Professor

Research Project:
The Armenian Rugs and Textile Collections in Romania
Armenia
SPRÎNCEANĂ, Vitalie 2014/2015
BSL Black Sea Link Fellow

Affiliation:
George Mason University, Washington D.C. Region

Position:
PhD Candidate

Research Project:
Unsecularizing the World: Moldovan Baptists and Globalization of Religion
Moldova
ZHERDIEVA, Anastasiia 2014/2015
BSL Black Sea Link Fellow

Affiliation:
Middle East Technical University, Ankara

Position:
Postdoctoral Fellow

Research Project:
Collection and Analysis of Crimean Tatar Legends in Romania
Ukraine

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