France still split over Napoleon as it marks bicentenary of death
200 years after Napoleon — Bonaparte’s rule and its implications for the modernity. Well balanced account from the Guardian — must read for those interested in modernity and its transformations.
Congratulations to our FSP students Danilova Vita, Kuzmenko Anastasia and Levychka Karina with participation in a special German student exchange program ZAV.
The program is designed for the origins of vacation practice in Germany. The state student exchange program of the Federal Employment Agency in Germany provides international students with the opportunity to officially live and practically join the introduction of summer vacations for a period of 2 to 3 months. Any student who has a great desire to visit Germany can participate in this program. Students will have the opportunity to get acquainted with the culture and traditions, learn and improve language navigation and travel to Germany, and this, with their company, will help to improve professional navigation.
New Left Review is one of the most influential, thought-provoking, multi-disciplinary journals in current social science field. It provides highly informed and critical perspective on contemporary world with a sharp focus on advanced capitalist societies. Susan Watkins is a regular contribution to NLR. Her article deals with the US and the EU authorities response to covid induced economic crisis. Are we entering post-neoliberal phase? The article will be of use and interest to those studying modernity and its transformations as well as most recent developments of capitalism.
Iryna Bekeshkina Scholarship Competition for Sociology Students