People

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management, Harvard Business School / Director of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Adjunct Professor of the History of Urban Form, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literature, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Senior Lecturer on Slavic Languages and Literatures / Director of the Slavic Language Program, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Morris and Anna Feldberg Professor of Government and Russian Studies

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Professor of Government / Director of Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies / Senior Scholar at the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Dmytro Cyzevs’kyj Professor of Ukrainian Literature, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Professor Emeritus of the History of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Professor of History, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Associate Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine / Director of the Center for Global Health Delivery—Dubai / Director of the Program in Infectious Disease and Social Change, Harvard Medical School

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

George F. Baker III Professor of Russian Studies, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Associate Professor of History, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Mykhailo S. Hrushevs'kyi Professor of Ukrainian History / Director of the Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Mashtots Professor of Armenian Studies, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Ernest E. Monrad Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Harvard College Professor / Harry Tuchman Levin Professor of Literature / Professor of Comparative Literature, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Head, Social Sciences and Visualization, Maps, Media, Data, and Government Information, Harvard College Library

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Executive Director / Lecturer on Government, Harvard University

The Executive Committee meets regularly during the academic year to set policy and decide on new initiatives.

Chair of Slavic Languages and Literatures / Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literature, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management, Harvard Business School / Director of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Preceptor in Slavic Languages and Literatures (Polish), Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Social Sciences, Harvard University 

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Adjunct Professor of the History of Urban Form, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literature, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Preceptor in Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Senior Lecturer on Slavic Languages and Literatures / Director of the Slavic Language Program, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Morris and Anna Feldberg Professor of Government and Russian Studies

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Preceptor in Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Professor of Government / Director of Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies / Senior Scholar at the Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Mark Schwartz Professor of Chinese and Inner Asian History, Harvard University / Director of the John King Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies 

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Harry Levin Professor of Literature, Emeritus / Associate of Eliot House, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Oleksandr Potebnja Professor of Ukrainian Philology, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Joseph Pulitzer, Jr. Professor of Modern Art in the History of Art and Architecture / Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of History of Art and Architecture, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Dmytro Cyzevs’kyj Professor of Ukrainian Literature, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Professor of History, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Director of Studies, Committee on Degrees in History & Literature; Lecturer, History & Literature

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Associate Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine / Director of the Center for Global Health Delivery—Dubai / Director of the Program in Infectious Disease and Social Change, Harvard Medical School

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Assistant Professor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

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Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Samuel Hazzard Cross Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

George F. Baker III Professor of Russian Studies, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Research Advisor for the ALM Program at the Division of Continuing Education, Harvard University Extension School

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Associate Professor of History, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of History, Emeritus, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Mykhailo S. Hrushevs'kyi Professor of Ukrainian History / Director of the Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Preceptor in Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Mashtots Professor of Armenian Studies, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Ernest E. Monrad Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Mykhailo S. Hrushevs'kyi Professor of Ukrainian History, Emeritus, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Harvard College Professor / Harry Tuchman Levin Professor of Literature / Professor of Comparative Literature, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Preceptor in Slavic Languages (Czech), Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Preceptor in Yiddish, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Chair of Slavic Languages and Literatures / Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literature, Harvard University

Harvard faculty who conduct research or teach courses related to Russia and Eurasia keep abreast of the latest research on the region as faculty associates of the Davis Center. They orchestrate seminar series and conferences, and are the primary organizing force at the Center. They serve on the Center’s Executive Committee and on review committees for grants, fellowships, admissions, and prizes, directing intellectual and financial resources.

Preceptor in Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate, Institute for German and International Party Law and Party Research, Heinrich-Heine-University of Duesseldorf

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Doctor of Science student in Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Comparative Literature

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Anthropology and Human Evolutionary Biology

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Linguistics

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Government

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Linguistics

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Modern European History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Linguistics

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Government

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Olivia Crough headshot

Ph.D. Candidate in Visual and Environmental Studies

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Kevin Doyle

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ed.M. Candidate in Human Development and Psychology, Graduate School of Education

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Inner Asian and Altaic Studies

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Comparative Literature

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Linguistics

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages Literatures

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Botakoz Iliyas

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Anna Ivanova

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D Candidate in Comparative Literature

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Christopher Jarmas

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

MTS Candidate in Women, Gender, Sexuality and Religion, Harvard Divinity School

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Government

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Danielle Leavitt Quist

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Matthew Luxmoore

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Comparative Literature

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Linguistics

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Judith Mazdra

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Government

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

MDes Candidate in Risk & Resilience, Graduate School of Design

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Linguistics

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

MDiv Candidate in Christianity, Gender, and Sexuality, Harvard Divinity School

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Matthew Pickle

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate, Physics Department

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Government, Harvard University

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Government

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Randy Rosenthal

MTS Candidate, Harvard Divinity School

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Lucille Runia

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History of Art and Architecture

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Vladislav Silayev

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History and Middle Eastern Studies

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Linguistics

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Laura Tarbox

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Comparative Literature

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

J.D. Candidate, Harvard University

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Taylor Valley

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

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M.D. Candidate, Harvard Medical School

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in History

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Inner Asian and Altaic Studies

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

A.M. Candidate in Regional Studies—REECA

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Comparative Literature

The Davis Center supports the research of 80 graduate student associates. The master’s and Ph.D. students participate in workshops, seminars, and social events where they connect to the thriving peer support system at the Center. They advise one another about travel and research in the region, and they share office space in a building with experienced faculty and scholars.

Ph.D. Candidate in Comparative Literature

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Assistant Professor, Ankara University of Social Sciences

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Associate Fellow, Peace Research Institue Frankfurt

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Ph.D. Candidate, University of British Columbia

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Professor of International Law and International Relations, University of Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Postdoctoral Fellow, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Professor, Western University of Azerbaijan

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Research Scholar, Baltic-American Freedom Foundation

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Visiting Scholar, Davis Center

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Muenster

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

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Associate Professor, Far Eastern Federal University

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Isik Kuscu Bonnenfant

Associate Professor, Middle East Technical University

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Strategy and Policy Fellow, Smith Richardson Foundation

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Ph.D., University of Bern

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Associate Professor, Fordham University

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Lecturer in Politics, University of Manchester

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Postdoctoral Fellow, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

U.S. Foreign Service Officer 1963-1998, former U.S. Ambassador to Poland and Pakistan

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

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Marie Curie Early-Research Fellow, The University of Coimbra

Each year, a new group of fellows and visitors joins the Center, bringing new perspectives, research skills, and subject knowledge. Postdoctoral fellows generally work toward publishing their dissertations and beginning new projects. Visiting scholars, typically more senior, bring valuable voices, new and familiar, to our discussions of the region. All of our visitors make contributions to the field, bring their knowledge back to their home institutions, and draw attention to major issues in scholarship in their various disciplines.

Assistant Professor, National Research University - Higher School of Economics

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Herbert F. Johnson Professor of International Management, Harvard Business School / Director of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Director of Administration and Finance

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Communications Assistant

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Communications and External Relations Officer

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Office Manager

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Student Programs Officer

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Editorial Assistant, Project on Cold War Studies

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Program Director, Project on Cold War Studies

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Financial Coordinator

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Outreach Director

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Zarina Noorani

Interim Events Planner

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Research Programs Coordinator

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Library Assistant

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Events Planner

At all levels of the organization, the Davis Center staff—many of whom have extensive experience in the region—support the Center’s mission with enthusiastic dedication.

Executive Director / Lecturer on Government, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Russian History, Tufts University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Ph.D. Candidate in World History, Northeastern University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Diplomacy and International Relations, Seton Hall University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Artist-in-Residence, Leverett House, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Chair, Civil Rights Defenders, Sweden

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of the Practice, Northeastern University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Merrimack College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emeritus, Drexel University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor & Director of Film Studies, Rhode Island College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Susan and Barton Winokur Professor of Economics and Women's and Gender Studies, Brandeis University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of International Relations and Political Science, University of Toronto

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of History, Rhode Island College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of History, Northeastern University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Russian Studies, Tufts University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Political Science, Sociology & International Relations, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Political Science and Slavic Studies, Brown University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Russian and Comparative Literature, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Journalism, Northeastern University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of Political Science, Tulane University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian, Wheaton College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor, Boston College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Ottilie Springer Professor of History, Brandeis University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of the Practice of the Humanities, Boston College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Pianist

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Editor, Agence France Presse

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor, Brandeis University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Beinfield Professor of History, Brandeis University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Postdoctoral Fellow, John Sloan Dickey Center for International Understanding, Dartmouth College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Kathryn Wasserman Davis Professor of Russian Economics, Emeritus, Wellesley College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Senior Research Scientist, CNA

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emeritus of the History of Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

President, Anvur, National Agency for the Evaluation of University and Research, www.anvur.it

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Economics, Middlebury College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Senior Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

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Post-Doctoral Visiting Research Fellow in Defense and Foreign Policy Studies, Cato Institute

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emerita, University of Massachusetts Boston

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emeritus, Temple University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Adjunct Professor, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Russian, Wellesley College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of History, College of the Holy Cross

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Editor, Harvard Ukrainian Studies, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Research Associate at University of Massachussetts, Five Colleges Inc.

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of Communication Studies / Coordinator of Film Studies, Bridgewater State University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Visiting Scholar, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Digital Scholarship Librarian at Haverford College, Haverford College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Russian and Eurasian Studies, Mount Holyoke College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Politics and Global Affairs, Southern New Hampshire University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Anthropology and Native American Studies, Dartmouth College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of History, Connecticut College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Ford Service Professor of History Emerita, University of Massachusetts Boston

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Research Director, American Secretaries of State Project, Future of Diplomacy Project at Harvard Kennedy School, Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School, and Harvard Business School

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Anthropology and Kathryn W Davis Professor of Slavic Studies, Wellesley College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Postdoctoral Fellow

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Director of Foundation Relations, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

College Fellow, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor, University of South Alabama

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Willis F. Doney Member at the School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Studies

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Connecticut

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of Slavic Studies, Connecticut College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Senior Managing Director, Brock Securities

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

C3 Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Connecticut College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Lecturer in Russian, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor, Wellesley College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

University Professor, Professor of History and International Relations, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Lecturer, Tufts University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Postdoctoral Fellow in Political Science, Williams College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

McKim-D'Amore Distinguished Professor of Global Management and Innovation; Co-Director, Northeastern University Center for Entrepreneurship Education and Chair of its Strategy Advisory Council; Cofounder, McCarthy(s) Venture Mentoring Newtork, D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Political Science in Legal Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Historian

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor, Dept. of History and Dept. of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at Duke University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of Economics, Williams College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Director and Senior Researcher, Center for Strategic Analysis, Yerevan, Armenia

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Academy Scholar, Harvard Academy for International and Area Studies

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor, University of Pennsylvania

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Kenosian Chair in Modern Armenian History and Literature, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of History, Boston University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Senior Lecturer in Political Science, University of Massachusetts-Boston

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Program Manager, Umass Boston

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Bodossakis Research Fellow (starting October 2016), University of Cambridge

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor, New School for Social Research

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Linguistics, University of Maryland

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor, Brown University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

MBA Candidate at Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Russian, University of Oklahoma

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor, Theatre, Slavic Languages and Literature, Northwestern University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of Russian and Comparative Literature, Brandeis University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Humanities and Writing, Wheelock College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

University Distinguished Professor and Professor of International Business and Strategy, Northeastern University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of History, Providence College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Russian/Henry Steele Commager Professor, Amherst College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emeritus of History, Framingham State University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

University Lecturer in Russian Literature and Culture, University of Cambridge

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Goodrich C. White Professor of Political Science, Emory University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Ph.D. Candidate in History, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Visiting Associate Professor of Dramaturgy and Dramatic Criticis (2016-2017), Yale University, Yale School of Drama

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Senior Science Writer, UMASS Medical School, University of Massachusetts

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of History Emeritus, University of Michigan

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Director, Major Gifts, Harvard Law School

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Political Science, Salem State University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Research Scholar, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Colin and Nancy Campbell Professor in Global Issues and Democratic Thought, Wesleyan University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Research Affiliate, Security Studies Program, MIT

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Project Director, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent scholar, Consultant

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Assistant Professor of Russian Studies and Jewish Studies, University of Colorado-Boulder

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Political Economy, University of Messina

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of Political Science, Tufts University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Religion; Professor and Chair, Program in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Smith College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Mentor and Admissions Consultant, Hermiona Education Inc.

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Affiliated Scholar, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies, Boston College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Slavic Studies, Boston College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Lecturer, Harvard University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Political Science, Clark University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Director & Managing Editor, Chief Photographer, Picture Politics

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of Strategy and Policy, Naval War College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Chair, Initiative on Women's International Leadership, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor and Director, Diplomacy Program, Norwich University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Founding Director, Health Psychology Research Center

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Senior Lecturer in Russian History, Bentley University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Gvirtzman Memorial Foundation Fellow

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Kathryn Wasserman Davis Professor of Slavic Studies, Professor of History and Director of Russian Area Studies, Wellesley College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Senior Lector I in Czech Studies, and Film & Media Studies at Yale; Visiting Faculty at Yale-NUS Singapore, Yale University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Regional Director, Russia & CIS, International Fund for Animal Welfare

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Alumnus Fellow, W.E.B. Du Bois Research Institute of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University; Founder, BlackFilm Project, The BlackQuaker Project, and The China-Africa-Russia Project

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emeritus, Political Science, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of Russian Studies, Wheaton College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Executive Director, Ballets Russes Arts Initiative

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Associate Professor of Russian, Amherst College

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor of History, MIT

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Lecturer in Russian, Brandeis University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Professor Emeritus, Western New England University

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar / Researcher

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Artistic Director, Juventas New Music Ensemble

Center Associates are Boston-area scholars who actively participate in seminars, courses, and workshops side by side with Harvard faculty and students. They conduct research independently at the Harvard libraries and contribute their publications to the Davis Center’s library collections. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities. They constitute one of the main audiences for the work produced at the Davis Center and frequently teach material collected at the Center in their courses at area universities.

Independent Scholar