An annual conference on Russian and East European Studies was held at the University of Tartu on June 9-11 supported by the Uppsala University’s Institute of Russian and Eurasian Studies and the Global Europe Center at the University of Kent. This year’s conference theme is: “Communities in Flux: Rethinking Sovereignty and Identity in An Era of Change”. On June 10, laboratory fellow Polina Vrublevskaya presented a comparative analysis of the young adults’ attitudes to the social role of the church in two post-communist societies: Russia and Poland. The paper is a based on the materials from the international research project “Young Adults and Religion in a Global Perspective”, carried out on the laboratory’s base. The paper will be published as a chapter of the YARG main findings volume.
More information and conference program is available here.