On 25th March, Shuvalovskiy building of the Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov housed the awards ceremony of the first award "Heritage of the Russian thought named after N.A. Berdyayev". The award was given to the researches from Moscow and Saint Petersburg and a graduate of the Faculty of History of Voronezh State University Nadezhda Lupareva for her book "For the love of motherland: social and political activity and views of Sergei Nicholayevich Glinka" (Voronezh, 2012).
Publishing of the prize-winning monograph was financed by a university grant for young scholars within the University Strategic Plan 2012. Nadezhda Lupareva did her postgraduate course at the Faculty of History of Voronezh State University and has successfully defended her dissertation. She is actively involved in the work of the Conservatism Research Centre (supervisor – Dr. habil. in History, professor Arkadiy Minakov).