Current Visitors

The Davis Center's fellows and visiting scholars participate in interdisciplinary research and collaboration.

  • Ph.D. Candidate, University of British Columbia

    Betwixt and Between' Sakha and Russian: An Ethnography of Language Hybridization among Sakha Youth in the Russian Far East
  • Professor of International Law and International Relations, Institute for Balkan Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences

    U.S. Policy, NATO-Russian Relations, and the Changing Security Environment in Europe, 2000-2014
  • Aurelie

    Senior Fellow, Energy Project | Lecturer on Government, Harvard University

    Energy Project: to illuminate the complex energy issues in Eurasia, such as climate change and energy transition, geopolitics of fossil fuels, sanctions on energy sector, and water, energy system, and energy interdependence
  • Postdoctoral Fellow

    Digital Dnipro: A Multimedia Biography of the Dnieper River
  • PhD Candidate, Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAS), Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue and Understanding

    The Politics of Memory of the Early Bolshevik Regime, 1917-1920
  • PhD Candidate, Linnaeus University

    Great Power Politics and Small State Security – Georgia at the Crossroads
  • PhD Candidate, Research Institute for Political Science and European Questions, University of Cologne

    Energy Diplomacy in the Caspian Region
  • Independent Scholar

    Modern Day Slavery in the Uzbek Cotton Industry and Its Effects on Violent Islamic Radicalization
  • Nargis Kassenova

    Senior Fellow, Program on Central Asia | Associate Professor, KIMEP University

    China's Belt and Road Initiative in Central Asia: Tracing Changes in Domestic, Regional and Global Economic Governance
  • Khomenko

    Associate Professor, National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy

    Globalization of the American idea of “Consumer Republic”: The Female consumer in postwar Japan and Russia and Ukraine after 1991
  • Klochko

    Assistant Professor, National Research University Higher School of Economics

    Russia's Insertion into Global Value Chains in Comparative Perspective
  • Lassin

    Postdoctoral Fellow

    Sacred Sites: The Russian Orthodox Church and the Literary Canon Online
  • Łukasiewicz

    Professor, John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin

    Exiled Minds, Covert Expertise, and the Dream of Liberation
  • Makarov

    Associate Professor, National Research University Higher School of Economics

    Emissions Embodied in International Trade: Russia's Perspective
  • Manucharyan

    Consumer Rights Protection and Financial Literacy Analyst, Central Bank of Armenia

    Profiling the Saving and Planning Behaviors of Armenians
  • Strategy and Policy Fellow, Smith Richardson Foundation

    When Big Business Goes Global, but Plays Local. Capital Mobility, Business and Politics in Eurasia
  • Mortensen

    PhD Candidate, University of Bergen

    Vladimir Sorokin's Poetics of Intoxication
  • Orlandic

    PhD candidate, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana

    Western Balkans Countries as a Subject in Modern International Relations: the Case of Ethno-Nationalist, Communist and Liberal-Democratic Ideology
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    Professor, Norwegian University of Science and Technology

    "Soft Power Within: The Failure of State Socialism as an Alternative Civilization"
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    PhD Candidate, Roma Tre University

    Exogenous Gravity in Regional Geopolitics
  • Independent Scholar

    Women and Education in Imperial Russia
  • Shkliarov

    Independent Scholar

    Municipal Elections, Local Politics and Political Participation in Russia and the United States
  • U.S. Foreign Service Officer (1963-1998); U.S. Ambassador to Poland (1990-1993) and Pakistan (1996-1998)

    Recollections of the American Half-Century
  • Šlekys

    Associate Professor, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University

    Fusion of Two Military Cultures as Lithuania’s Sisyphean Challenge