New Europe College
Institute for Advanced Study

Nadiia BUREIKO (Ukraine) Oct. 2015 – July 2016

Lecturer, Department of Psychology and Social Science, Bukovinian State Medical University

Europeanisation through Consolidation? Ukrainian Case

Lidia COȚOVANU (Moldova) Oct. 2015 – Feb. 2016

External collaborator, Institute of History, "Nicolae Iorga", Bucharest

Vers l’étude d’un Système «Bancaire» Précoce de l’Europe du Sud-Est
Les monastères de Valachie et de Moldavie dédiés aux Lieux Saints de l’Orthodoxie (seconde moitié du XVIe – début du XVIIIe siècle)

Sevil HUSEYNOVA (Azerbaijan) March – July 2016

Ph.D. Candidate, Institute for European Ethnology, Humboldt University of Berlin

Construction of the Post-Soviet Transnational Urban Communities in European Union: Institutions, Networks and Discourses

Andriy LYUBKA (Ukraine) March – July 2016

Ovid`s Shadow over Central and Eastern Europe

Anna MAZANIK (Russia) March – July 2016

Ph.D. Candidate until June 2015, Central European University, History Department

Discipline and Serve: The Politics of Urban Public Health in Late Imperial Russia

Sergei MUDROV (Belarus) Oct. 2015 – July 2016

Associate Professor at the Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, Baranovichi State University

Integration vs Independence in wider Europe: the role of Churches between national sovereignty and supranational integration

Petru NEGURĂ (Moldova) Oct. 2015 – July 2016

Lecturer, Ion Creangă State Pedagogical University, Chişinău

Mass Education and Survival Strategies in the Rural Areas of Romanian Bessarabia and Soviet Moldavia in the Interwar Period (1918-1940) and Late Stalinism (1940-1956)

Kirill CHUNIKHIN (Russia)

Ph.D. Candidate, European University at St Petersburg and Jacobs University, Bremen

The Representation and Reception of American Visual Art in the USSR during the Cold War (1945-1991)

Darya MALYUTINA (Russia)

Independent scholar

Contributor, Ukrainian Events In London

Researching Euromaidan and Ukraine-Russia Conflict: Ethical Concerns

Sandro NIKOLAISHVILI (Georgia)

Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Medieval Studies, CEU, Budapest

Image of female Ruler between the Byzantine and Islamic Worlds: Example of Queen Tamar (r.1184–1213)

Ararat OSIPIAN (Ukraine)

Independent scholar

The Sorrow of a Failed State: How Corruption Destroyed Ukraine

Oleksandr POLIANICHEV (Ukraine)

Ph.D. Candidate, European University Institute, Florence and European University at St Petersburg

Empire’s Entanglements: Power, Imagination, and Loyalty in Kuban, 1792-1917

Aleksandr VORONOVICI (Moldova)

Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, CEU, Budapest

Soviet Borderland Policies in the Ukrainian SSR and the Moldovan ASSR, 1922-1934

David GOGISHVILI (Georgia)

Ph.D. Candidate, Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy

Conflicting Uses of Public Space – Cases from Post-Soviet Tbilisi

Nilay KILINÇ (Turkey)

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Surrey, UK

Lost And Found: The Turkish-Germans’ Narratives of Deportation and Self-Actualization in the ‘Homeland’

Natalia MAMONOVA (The Netherlands / Russia)

Research Fellow, International Institute of Social Studies (ISS), Erasmus University, The Netherlands

Generating Popular Support for an Authoritarian Regime in the Times of Sanctions. The Food Embargo and State-Society Relations in Contemporary Russia

Andriy POSUNKO (Ukraine)

Ph.D. Candidate, Central European University, Hungary

The Transformation of New Russia (Novorossia): From Frontier to Province to Myth

Maria RYBAKOVA (Russia / USA)

Space and Mystery: Mircea Eliade’s Magical Bucharest

Sergey TOYMENTSEV (Russia)

Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow, Florida State University, USA

From Matter to Thought: Towards a Deleuzean Genealogy of Russian Film History

Oxana ZEMTSOVA (Russia)

Researcher, Mari State University, Russia

Jadids and Iashliar: Cultural Reform in Late Imperial Kazan


Director, World SME Forum, Washington

The Role of SMEs in Transitional Countries: SMEs Development in Georgia and Romania

Cristina BOBOC (Moldova)

PhD Student, Ghent University

State Modernization and Formation of the Middle Class in Post-Soviet Azerbaijan

Vitali BYL (Belarus)

Researcher, University of Greifswald

Witchcraft in the Cultural Borderland: Witch Trials in the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 16th–18th Centuries

Olga COJOCARU (Moldova)

Research Assistant, Centre of Migration Research, Warsaw

PhD student, Institute for Social Studies at the University of Warsaw

Permanent Migrant Temporariness or “Why There’s Nothing as Permanent as a Temporary Migrant”?

Andriy LYUBKA (Ukraine)


Smuggling as a Means of Cross-Border Cooperation

Tamta MELASHVILI (Georgia)


The Soviet (Women’s) Gulags

Anna OHANJANYAN (Armenia)

Senior Researcher, Mashtots Institute for Ancient Manuscripts “Matenadaran”, Yerevan

Narratives of Armenian Polemics with Muslims from the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries

Vasile ROTARU (Moldova)

National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA), Bucharest

“A Deja-Vu Scenario? The Balkanization of the Former Soviet Space: Similarities and Differences Between the ‘Old’ and ‘New’ Separatist Conflicts”

Maria RYBAKOVA (Russia/USA)


Time, Space and Body in the First Novels by Mircea Eliade and Max Blecher