ICHS-Shandong University Young Historian Award

XXIII International Congress of Historical Sciences Poznań 2020/2022


On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we announce below the final list of participants of the poster session:

1. Fernanda Mendes Santos
Indigenous Prisons During the Brazilian Military Dictatorship (1969-1979)
2. Antonello Folliero
Paneuropa and Antieuropa. Different Views of Europe and International Politics between Democracy and Fascism, Europeismand Nationalism
3. Mirela Marta Banach
An Underground Revolution: the Role and Diffusion of Solidarność Clandestine Press in Western Europe in the Years 1981-1989
4. Chenxi LIU
Racist Discourse in Former Socialist Countries: a Case Study on Mao Zedong’s Declaration of Supporting African Americans’ Fight Against Racial Discrimination
5. Hugo Merlo
Excess and Lack in the Brazilian Modernist Literary and Historical Imagination
6. Taynna Mendonça Marino
The Role of Empathy in Contemporary Historical Thinking. A Transcultural and Transspecies Approach
7. Agata Łysakowska-Trzoss
The Poor in 19th-Century City. Beneficiaries of the Towarzystwo Dobroczynności Dam Polskich 1845-1853
8. Adrian Trzoss
How Can We Understand Modern World? The Role of Social Media in Shaping Historical Consciousness in Poland
9. Larissa Biato de Azevedo
Security, Police and Slavery in Brazil the 19th century
10. Marcin Wieczorek
The Dynamics of Change of Lazica’s Value for Roman Politics in Terms of World-System Theory. Criticism and PossibleCompromises
11. Ewelina Sikora
Table Set for Diplomats: Food, Drink and Politics in Polish-Lithuanian Diplomatic Relations (1674-1696)
12. Dawid Gralik
The Officer Corps of the Duchy of Warsaw Army Against the Background of the Changes in the Art of War During the Napoleonic Era
13. Libin XIE
Frontier Governance: The Economic Interaction between Farming and Nomadic Groups on the Western Frontier of the Roman Empire – Take Agricola and Germania Written by Gaius Cornelius Tacitus as examples
14. Erika Silvestri
Lebensunwetes Leben. Transgenerational memory of Aktion T4 in the victims’ families
15. Jiamin SI
Inedia: A Special Relief Method in Famine
16. Szymon Antosik/Helena Rzepczyńska
Did Rich Families Favor Sons? Evidence from the 19th-Century City of Poznan
17. Natalia Klimaschka
Creating the Image of Germans in Polish Opinion Journalism 1944/1945-1949
18. Gerard Pamplona
How to Assimilate the Population of Hostile Territories in the 18th Century. The Creation of Spain as a National State
19. Alessandro Laruffa
European History in Network: the Association of European Historians 1983-1994
20. Xiaona GUO
Gentes, Shi zu and Patrilineal Families in the Research Field of Ancient Chinese History in the 1930s and 1940s
21. Yifang CUI
History on the Screen in the Digital Media Age
22. Anna Suchecka
Illustrations of Plants in Polish Renaissance Herbaria – the Problem of Repeated Use of Woodcut Blocks e
23. Tomasz Wiśniewski
Postsecular History: Knowledge of the Past between Politics, Religion, and Science
24. Lenon Campos Maschette
Why Citizenship Matters? Conservatives and Citizenship: The History of a Concept in Thatcher (1979-1990), Major (1990-1997) and Cameron (2010-2016) Governments’
25. Agnieszka Laddach
Sexual Agency of Homosexual Priests Between 1945 and 1989
26. Piotr Budzyński
From Pupils to Young Researchers. Stalinist Shift in Approach to the Scientific Activity of Polish Students (1949-1956)
27. Marta Nowak
Creating Irish Cultural Memory. Conceptual Blending in the Text of Tnugdal’s Vision (XIIc.)

The Coordinator of Poster Session: Professor Agnieszka Jakuboszczak (


The award ceremony will take place during the closing ceremony of the 23rd International Congress of Historical Sciences.

Both representatives of Shandong University and ICHS will jointly award certificates and bonuses to the winners.

The $US 10,000 award will be divided among five recipients:

1st place – $US 3,500
2nd place – $US 2,500
3rd place – $US 2,000
Honorable Mention – $US 1,000
Special Distinction ($US 1,000) for the author of the best poster dealing with the Chinese history



The selected candidates should prepare their posters according to the following requirements:
A. The content of the poster should be concise and to the point; graphics should display main achievements and academic innovations.
B. The poster must contain following items: author of the thesis, title, academic affiliation, abstract, introduction, sources and methodology, conclusion, and bibliography.
C. The size of the poster should be 90 cm (width) x 120 cm (height), with upper and lower page margins of 25 mm.
D. The candidates must send the PDF file of the poster to the Organizing Committee by e-mail to before June 30, 2022.
E. The Organizing Committee will print the posters and display them at the designated place.
F. The authors of approved posters will have their registration fees waived.