Viktorija is a graduate of VU TSPMI BA in Political Science and MA in Politics and Media. In 2017 she started doctoral studies at VU TSPMI. Viktorija is currently writing PhD thesis “Monuments in Lithuania: the formation of national Identity”.
One of her main academic objectives is to demonstrate that political knowledge can be acquired through artistic and visual practices as well as scientific mind.
Selected conference papers
Metamorphoses of modern political communication
Art and politics (general university studies)
Introduction to the bachelor's thesis
Art and politics
Viktorija Rimaitė, Political Monuments in Lithuania: Artistic Aesthetics and National Identity, Punctum International Journal of Semiotics, 2019 2(5), 72-90. https://doi.org/10.18680/hss.2019.0024
Viktorija Rimaitė, The Relationship Between Monuments and Politics in Lithuania: Monuments Becoming an Object of Political Debate, Politologija, 2019, 4 (96), 60-91. https://doi.org/10.15388/Polit.2019.96.3
Viktorija Rimaite, “Political Implications of Lithuanian Conceptual Art” // Politologija, 2016, 1 (81), p. 3-35. https://doi.org/10.15388/Polit.2016.1.10005
Viktorija Rimaite, “State creativity or creative state” // Deeds and Days 2016, 66 (14), p. 255- 259.