Lecturers

Yulia Fomina
Ms. Fomina is a fine art expert and art critic. She works as a museum curator in Vilnius Contemporary Art Center and supervises a Master degree program in Cultural Management and Cultural Policy in Vilnius Academy of Arts.
Yana Kobzova
Ms. Kobzova works at the European Council on Foreign Relations (London). Her area of interest encompasses Eastern Europe, Russia and the EU relations with its Eastern neighbors.
Wojciech Przybylski
Editor-in-chief of Res Publica Nowa and Visegrad Insight journals. He took a doctor’s degree in Social Science and History of Political Thought at Warsaw University. He has been president of Res Publica Fund (which is a research center in Warsaw) since 2008.
Vilius Dranseika
Lecture and research associate at the Department of Logic and History of Philosophy of Vilnius University and Department of Philosophy and Bioethics of Jagiellonian University in  Krakow.
Viktoria Shmidt
PhD in Social Policy, a candidate of Psychological Sciences, a senior associate of Institute for Research in Inclusive Education at Masaryk University (Brno, the Czech Republic). 
Victor Vakhshtayn
Ph.D. in Sociology, a Dean of the Department of social sciences at Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA) and a Director of International сenter for contemporary sociological theory at Moscow school of social and economic sciences (Russia).
Timm Beichelt
A full professor of European Studies at Viadrina European University (Frankfurt an der Oder). In 2012 he was a vising professor at Paris-Sorbonne University and House of the Sciences of Man Foundation (Foundation Maison des sciences de l'homme) in Paris.
Thomas Bohn
A historian, cyclist and football fan. Since 2009 he has been a full professor of History of East Europe in Justus Liebig University Giessen (Germany).
Tatiana Artimovich
Ms. Artimovich is a theatrical director and art critic. A regular contributor to pARTisan magazine, Novaja Eŭropa, Photoscope.By, ArtAktivist (Belarus), Modern Playwriting, St. Petersburg Theatre Magazine, and Screen & Stage (Russia).
Tamara Martseniuk
Ph.D. in Social Sciences, associate professor of the Department of Sociology at the National University of «Kyiv-Mohyla Academy» (NaUKMA), associated gender expert at the International Centre for Policy Studies and Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union.
Stefan Kaegi
He is a film director. He studied in Zurich and the University of Giessen in Germany. He worked with local actors in the urban environment in Argentine, Brazil, Austria and Poland.
Stefan Garsztecki
He is a political scientist, historian, full professor for Eastern and Central European Studies at Chemnitz Technical University, a member of a range of German and German-Polish scientific organizations.

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