The revision of the thesis Medinsky possible at MSU in January
For consideration of the thesis highlighted two months.
MOSCOW, November 25. /TASS/. The Presidium of the HAC requested the academic Council of Moscow state University. Lomonosov revise the dissertation of the Minister of culture of Russia Vladimir Medinsky, what is likely to happen in January. About this TASS said the head of the Higher attestation Commission (HAC), rector of PFUR Vladimir Filippov.
“Today the Presidium of the Higher attestation Commission has decided to send his thesis Medina at the conclusion of the dissertation Council on historical Sciences at the Moscow state University… most Likely it will be in the month of January,” said Philip, adding that for consideration of the thesis highlighted two months.
The head of the HAC explained the decision to charge to consider the thesis of Medina MSU fact that it is “the largest educational and scientific center of the country,” the faculty which, according to Filippova, “maintains independence from political movements.” In addition, MSU has the teams working on the thesis Medina.
In early October, dissertation Council of the Ural Federal University (Urfu) was to consider the statement on deprivation of a scientific degree Medina. However the meeting was postponed at the request of the Minister in connection with the impossibility of its presence in Yekaterinburg.
Later, the media reported that the HAC withdrew addressed in the dissertation Council of the Ural Federal University the consideration of the case about deprivation of the Minister of culture for a degree. The head of the Commission explained that expired two months a statement to the academic Council. It was reported that the Commission now needs to choose another academic Council, which will consider the case.
In April, the community “Discerned” Ivan Babitsky had applied to the Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation statement with the request to deprive Medina of a scientific degree due to the fact that his thesis “Problems of objectivity in the coverage of Russian history in the second half of the XV — XVII centuries” “has no scientific value”. As reported Babitsky on his page in social network Facebook, “the main complaint is of a substantive nature: the work is simply unscientific, and sometimes directly absurd.”