Tatiana Khripachenko

PhD degree awarded
PhD fokozattal védett
Qualifications: 
MA in Central European History, CEU
MA in Russian History, European University at St.Petersburg
Academic/Professional Experience and Achievements: 

Participant of the international research project “Between Restoration and Revolution, National Constitutions and Global Law: an Alternative View on the European Century 1815 – 1914” (“Constitutions and Legitimization of Power”) University of Helsinki, 2009-2011

Grants and Awards

Research grant of the Center of Polish-Russian Dialogue and Reconciliation (2012)

Doctoral Research and Support Grant (CEU), Research stay in Ludwig-Maximilians Universitat, Muenchen, 2012

Fellowship of the Center of International Mobility, Research stay in the University of Helsinki, 2011

Gerda Henkel research grant,Sonderprogramm zur Förderung des Historikernachwuchses in Russland, der Ukraine, Moldawien und Weißrussland, 2008-2010

Peter Hanák Prize in Modern History for the MA thesis in 2006. The Uses of Pacifism: National and Imperial Advocates of Peace in the Russian Empire (late 19th - early 20th cc.)

Academic/research topics: 
empires and nationalism
intellectual history
Political Ideologies
Russian history
federalism and regionalism
Language proficiencies (spoken): 
Russian (native) English (fluent)
Year of enrollment: 
2007/2008