A-Z List of Staff and their Research Interests
Dr Daniel ABONDOLO, email@example.com
Reader in Hungarian
Hungarian and comparative metrics; Translation and the evolution of literary norms.
Dr Robin AIZLEWOOD, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer in Russian
Russian philosophy; Russian poetry and verse theory; Futurism and the OBERIU;Russian language curriculum and text book design.
Dr Bojan ALEKSOV, email@example.com
Lecturer in Modern South-East European History
History of South-Eastern Europe after 1700; religion; migration; nationalism; historiography; arts.
Dr Tim BEASLEY-MURRAY, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer in European Thought and Culture
Walter Benjamin and Mikhail Bakhtin; contemporary Slovak literature; literary theory; Czech Structuralism; psychoanalysis and Habsburg literature.
Dr Sergei BOGATYREV, email@example.com
Senior Lecturer in Early Russian History
Medieval Russia; Muscovite court culture; Ivan the Terrible.
Professor Wendy BRACEWELL, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Southeast European History
South-Eastern Europe and the Balkans, with special interests in early
modern frontiers, social and national identities, travel and travel writing;
historiography, post-colonial studies, interdisciplinarity.
Dr Randolph Luca BRUNO, email@example.com
Lecturer in Economics
Applied Microeconomics, Growth and Institutions in Transition and Emerging Economies, Foreign Direct Investment.
Dr Lydia BURAVOVA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Teaching Fellow
Business Russian; Russian word-formation; new developments in Russian vocabulary.
Dr Richard BUTTERWICK-PAWLIKOWSKI, email@example.com
Senior Lecturer in Modern Polish History
The political, intellectual, religious and cultural history of early modern and early nineteenth-century Poland-Lithuania.
Ms Jelena ČALIĆ, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Teaching Fellow in Serbian and Croatian Language
Serbian and Croatian language; sociolinguistics (linguistic diversity and standardisation); materials development in language teaching
Dr Philip CAVENDISH, email@example.com
Russian literature and culture; Zamiatin; Pushkin; Soviet and Russian cinema.
Dr Urszula CHOWANIEC, firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching Fellow in Polish Language
Polish language, literary theory, Polish contemporary literature (20th and 21st centuries), cultural and comparative studies.
Dr Felix CIUTĂ, email@example.com
Senior Lecturer in International Relations
IR and security theory, critical geopolitics, alliance theory; European security, NATO, Romanian foreign and security policy; hermeneutics, begriffsgeschichte, game and popular culture.
Professor Pamela DAVIDSON, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Russian Literature
Russian literature with particular reference to modernism; Viacheslav Ivanov; the interaction of religion and culture; comparative literature.
Professor Dennis DELETANT, email@example.com
Emeritus Professor of Romanian Studies
Romanian history from 1250; Marshal Ion Antonescu (1940-44); Party, politics and literature in Romania, 1944-1989; Romanian current affairs.
Professor Simon DIXON, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sir Bernard Pares Chair of Russian History
Modern Russian history; the Russian Orthodox Church in Imperial Russia; the Enlightenment in Russia; the reign of Catherine the Great.
Dr Elodie DOUARIN, email@example.com
Lecturer in Econimics
Applied microeconomics, environmental and development economics, agricultural economics and rural development.
Evgeniia DROZDOVA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Ger DUIJZINGS, email@example.com
Reader in the Anthropology of Eastern Europe
Ethnic conflict and violence; history, memory, and commemoration; cities and the urban experience.
Dr Peter DUNCAN, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer in Contemporary Russian Politics and Society
Russia's relations with its neighbours; Russian national identity and foreign policy; nationalism, fragmentation and state-building in Russia; local and regional politics in Russia.
Dr Christopher J GERRY, email@example.com
Senior Lecturer in Health Economics
Research on applied micro-economics based on household survey data. Particular interest in the labour market, wage differentiation, gender inequality, poverty and well-being with special emphasis on the Russian Federation. Also interested in alcohol use, child labour, educational attainment as well as issues of European integration and enlargement.
Ms Ramona GÖNCZÖL, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Teaching Fellow in Romanian Language
Romanian language; psycholinguistics and sociolinguistics; translation studies and ethnography
Dr Eric GORDY, email@example.com
Senior Lecturer in South East European Politics
Southeast European politics, society and culture; transitional justice and post-conflict reconciliation; organised crime and corruption; political and sociological theory.
Professor Julian GRAFFY, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Russian Literature and Cinema
Russian and Soviet cinema; Russian literature with particular reference to the work of Nikolai Gogol´ and to the early 20th century.
Dr Seth GRAHAM, email@example.com
Lecturer in Russian
Contemporary Russian culture, humour theory, Central Asian cinema, Russian language pedagogy
Dr Seán HANLEY, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer in East European Politics
Democratisation and democratic transition; party formation and party organisation; the centre-right in East and Central Europe; politics and society in the Czech Republic; euroscepticism.
Dr Rebecca Ann HAYNES
Senior Lecturer in Romanian History
History of Romania; interwar political movements; German foreign policy in the 1930s.
Dr Titus HJELM, email@example.com
Lecturer in Finnish Society and Culture
Cultural sociology, sociology of religion, social problems, media and popular culture, social theory
Professor Geoffrey HOSKING
Emeritus Professor of Russian History
The history of Russia and the Soviet Union; nation-building and state-building in Russia; the ex-Soviet Union from 1991; society, ideology and literature in the Soviet Union; the history of trust and social solidarity in European societies.
Ms Marta JENKALA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Teaching Fellow in Ukrainian Language
Ukrainian language; the problems of teaching Ukrainian grammar to non-native speakers; the development of Ukrainian language teaching materials.
Dr Egbert KLAUTKE, email@example.com
Lecturer in the Cultural History of Central Europe
Intellectual, cultural, urban history.
Dr Julia KOROSTELEVA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer in Business Economics
Political economy, financial development and economic growth in transition and developing economies, corporate governance and finance.
Dr Ognyan KOVACHEV, email@example.com
Lecturer in Bulgarian Studies
Professor Alena LEDENEVA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Politics and Society
Post-Soviet Russian affairs: Russia in the global order; informal economy, corruption, and economic crime in Russia; social, economic and political implications of social networks and informal exchange.
Dr Svetlana MCMILLIN, email@example.com
Senior Teaching Fellow
Modern Russian literature.
Dr Svetlana MAKAROVA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer in Comparative Economics
Economic growth and inflationary process in Eastern Europe and developing economies and other areas of applied macroeconomic modelling; simulation methods in economics; applied and theoretical time series econometrics..
Dr Miriam MANCHIN, email@example.com
Lecturer in the Political Economy of European Union Integration
International trade and FDI, regional economic integration in Europe, preferential trade agreements, economic development.
Dr Zoran MILUTINOVIĆ, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer in South Slav Literature and Culture
Drama theory, 20th-century literary theory, cultural studies.
Dr Richard MOLE, email@example.com
Senior Lecturer in Political Sociology
Central European politics, nationalism and national identity, foreign policy, political discourse, migration, social psychology, ethnic conflict regulation, minority rights, gender and sexuality, domestic and international politics of the Baltic States.
Professor Susan MORRISSEY, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Russian History
History of Russia from the 18th to the 20th century; the history of suicide; Russian revolutionary culture, especially terrorism and political violence; commercial culture and mass media; autobiography, gender, and the history of the 'self'.
Dr Nat MOSER, email@example.com
Research Fellow in Russian & CIS Energy
Enterprise performance, corporate governance, technology and foreign investment in the Russian & CIS energy sector.
Dr Eugene NIVOROZHKIN, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer in the Economics of Central-Eastern Europe
Corporate finance, labour markets, banking and financial regulation.
Professor Robert PYNSENT
Emeritus Professor of Czech and Slovak Literature
14th-century Czech literature; Czech Renaissance prose; nationalism in literature; decadence; contemporary Slovak fiction; Czech women's writing.
Professor Slavo RADOŠEVIĆ, email@example.com
Professor of Industry and Innovation Studies
Industrial and economic restructuring; technology and innovation in Central and Eastern Europe; international business in Central and Eastern Europe; 'East' - 'West' industrial networks.
Professor Martyn RADY, firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor of Central European History
Medieval Hungary; history of Central Europe and the Habsburg Monarchy in the 15th and 16th centuries; history of Transylvania; legal history.
Dr Kristin ROTH-EY, email@example.com
Lecturer in Modern Russian History
20th century Russia and the Soviet Union; mass media; cultural production.
Dr Maria RUBINS, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lecturer in Russian Literature
Russian émigré literature; Franco-Russian literary relations; literature and the twentieth-century Russian literature; the Silver Age in Russian culture.
Dr Daniel SIEMENS, email@example.com
DAAD Francis L. Carsten Lecturer in Modern German History
Social, cultural, and political history of Europe and the United States (19th and 20th century); historiography. Current fields of research: history of journalism in the GDR, protestantism and politics in the late 19th century, National Socialism in Berlin.
Dr Allan SIKK, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer in Baltic Politics
Party systems, party financing, Baltic politics, electoral behaviour, and electoral systems.
Eszter TARSOLY, email@example.com
Senior Teaching Fellow in Hungarian Language
Dr Alexey TIKHOMIROV, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marie Curie Fellow
Cultural, social and political history of the Soviet Union and the German Democratic Republic; personality cults and cultures of iconoclasm in Soviet-style societies; history of trust and distrust.
Dr Riitta-Liisa VALIJÄRVI, email@example.com
Senior Teaching Fellow in Finnish Language
Dr Ivana VRTIČ, firstname.lastname@example.org
Croatian language; historical syntax; textual criticism;
sociolinguistics (standardisation); Bible translations
Dr Yuanyuan WANG, email@example.com
Macroeconomics(Economic growth and Development, Governance and Corruption, Financial markets and Institutions),Time Series Analysis and Applied Econometrics.
Professor Faith WIGZELL, firstname.lastname@example.org
Emeritus Professor of Russian Literature and Culture
Russian folklore and popular culture especially fortune-telling; pre-Petrine Russian literature;
the impact of native Russian traditions on modern Russian literature; Nikolai Leskov.
Dr Andy WILLIMOTT, email@example.com
Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow
The Russian Revolution; popular experiences of revolution; socialist visions of collectivism and society; and the history of the 'self' in revolutionary modernity.
Dr Andrew WILSON, firstname.lastname@example.org
Reader in Ukrainian Studies
Ukrainian politics and history; Ukrainian nationalism; problems of post-Soviet democratisation; identity politics in the post-Soviet states.
Ms Lucie WISEMAN, email@example.com
Teaching Fellow in Czech and Slovak
Dr Sarah YOUNG, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer in Russian
Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Russian literature, thought and culture
Dr Katarzyna ZECHENTER, email@example.com
Lecturer in Polish Literature
Contemporary Polish prose with an emphasis on the concept of loss, displacement and disappearance; women in Polish literature; the role of cities (with particular emphasis on Kraków) in national mythology and cultural discourse.
Dr Peter ZUSI, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer in Czech with Slovak Studies
Modern Czech and German literature and culture; theory of modernism and the avant-garde; literature in relation to the visual arts, particularly architecture; Kafka; philosophy of history; and cultural history of central Europe from the Enlightenment onward.
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