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