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Dr Andrej Kotljarchuk

University Lecturer, Department of History, Gender and Cultural Studies, Södertörns University College, Stockholm


PhD (University of Stockholm), PhD (equivalent) (Russian Academy of Sciences, St Petersburg), MA
Associate Professor, Department of History, Gender and Cultural Studies, Södertörns University College, Stockholm
Areas: Ethnic and confessional minorities of Eastern Europe. History of Reformation in Belarus, and Lithuania
Research: 1. “The Protestant intellectual network in the early modern Europe: Protestant scholars of Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine at the Dutch universities” The project is a part of international network “The Dynamics of Economic Culture in the North Sea and Baltic Region ca. 1200-1700” (http://www.hmapcoml.org/Default.asp?ID=103), which is united historians from Denmark (University of Southern Denmark and Copenhagen University), the Netherlands (Groningen University) and Sweden (Södertörns University College and Uppsala University). 2. “Swedish colonies in Ukraine”. The project headed by Professor David Gaunt and supported by the Baltic Sea Foundation / Östersjöstiftelsen (http://www.ostersjostiftelsen.se/default.aspx). This project aims are to start comprehensive scientific research on the past and present developments of the Swedish speaking colonies in Ukraine, particularly Gammalsvenskby
Regions: Scandinavia and the Eastern Baltic (Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine)
Publications: include ‘Swedes in Belarusian history and culture’ 2nd ed. (Minsk, 2007). ‘In the Shadows of Poland and Russia: the Grand Duchy of Lithuania and Sweden in the European Crisis of the mid-17th Century’. PhD dissertation. Södertörns högskola, (2006) ‘Swedes in Belarusian History and Culture’. Minsk, (2002). ‘The festival culture of the 17th century Russian and Belarusian towns: official ceremonies and popular rite’. St. Petersburg Slavica Petropolitana, Russian Academy of Sciences. (2001)

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