Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Postgraduate Workshop, led by Professor Volodymyr Dubovyk, 25-01-2016

January 10, 2016 • Educational, Past Events • Views: 756

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WHEN:

MON 25 January 2016, 11am-3pm

WHERE:

Beves Room, King’s College, Cambridge

Source of information: Events Calendar of Department of Slavonic Studies, University of Cambridge

Volodymyr Dubovyk is an Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations and Senior Research Fellow and Director of the Center for International Studies at Odesa Mechnikov National University, Ukraine.

He has graduated from the history department of the Odessa State University in 1992 and has received his Ph.D. (Candidate of Sciences) in political science/international relations from the same university in 1996. Volodymyr Dubovyk has remained with OSU (now ONU – Odessa National University) in various positions up to the present day.

He has had his fellowships at the Kennan Institute twice, also held internship at W. Wilson International Center for Scholars (RSEP), at the Center for International and Security Studies at Maryland (CISSM), University of Maryland (CI program). In 2011 Volodymyr taught a course for the Global Studies Program, University of Wroclaw, and in the first half of 2013, he delivered three courses for the H.J. Ellison Center, School of International Studies, University of Washington (Seattle).

Volodymyr Dubovyk was and still is a member of numerous international assosiations: the ISA (International Studies Association), CEE (Central and East European) ISA, ECPR (European Consortium for Political Research) SGIR (Standing Group on International Relations), PONARS Eurasia (New Approaches to Research and Security in Eurasia).

Among his teaching and research interests are U.S. foreign policy, U.S.- Ukraine relations, theory of international relations, Black Sea regional security, international conflict studies, foreign policy of Ukraine.

CV and publications

Source of information

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