Nina A. Antanovich

Nina A. Antanovich  – Doctor of Political Science (Dr. hab.), Head of the Department  of  Political Science

Nina Antanovich graduated from the Belarusian State University in 1987.

She joined the BSU in 1992.

Defended Candidate Dissertation (Thesis) for the degree of Candidate of Political Science in 1998.

In 2000 she was awarded the Academic Degree of Associate Professor.

In 2018 she defended Dissertation (Thesis) for the degree of Doctor of Political Science (Dr. hab.) in specialty 23.00.01 ( Theory and Philosophy of Politics, History and Methodology) on  the topic “Theory and Methods of  Public Administration Analysis in Political Science”.

2011 – Awarded an Honorary Diploma of the Belarusian State University.

2015 – Awarded the gratitude of the Rector of the BSU for many years of scientific and pedagogical activity in the training of highly qualified specialists.

2020 – Awarded a Diploma of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Republic of Belarus for years of fruitful work on teaching  scholars and pedagogical specialists of the highest qualification.

Under supervising of  N.  Antanovich three candidate dissertations for the degree of candidate of political sciences were defended.

The author of over 140 publications on political science (monographs, scientific articles, conference abstracts, tutorials  and parts in them), the author of two publications recommended by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus as teaching tutorials s for students of institutions providing higher education in political science majors.

Main publications: Theory of  Political Systems: textbook. Minsk, 2008; State policy and management in the Republic of Belarus: textbook. Minsk, 2018 (et al.); Methodology of political analysis of the public administration process. Minsk, 2012; Methodology of political science: textbook. Minsk, 2017.

Editor of the textbook: GR: organization of relations with public authorities. - Minsk: Belaruskaya Navuka, 2019 .- 267 p.

Scientific interests:

Methodology of political science, theory of public administration, policy analysis, political management, political and political-administrative management, GR: organization of public relations with public authorities

Teaching Courses:

Methodology of  Political Science, Political Systems Theory, Government Relations,

Political analysis Methods of and Modern Digital Technologies