Lecturers

Felix Ackermann
He received a PhD in Cultural History, defending the thesis on Grodno Ethnicity History in 2008. In 2011 he published Palimpsest Grodno (in German).
Dorina Baltag
PhD student at the Faculty of Political Sciences, History and International Relations at the University of Loughborough (Britain). Dorina is engaged in researching modern European diplomacy in East European countries, especially its relations towards Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus.
Dimitry Mironov
PhD in Russian Philology, the director of Catherine's College at Tallinn University. Areas of interest include internalization of the higher education system, international educational projects, the Russian language abroad.
Dariusz Kosiński
Professor of Jagiellonian University in Kraków, vice director of Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in Warsaw. Conducts comprehensive studies of Polish theatre traditions, including drama studies and stagecraft. 
Christian Christensen
Professor of journalism at Stockholm University. He focuses on the issue of relations between media and power.
Charles Grant
Mr. Grant is director and a co-founder of the Centre for European Reform. He is a historian, political scientist, a regular contributor to The Economist weekly magazine for the last 10 years.
Barbara Steiner
Theorist of modern art and museum curator. The main topics of her curator activities include politics of representation, institutional and economic critics of museum and exhibition spaces.
Anna Chizhevskaya
Member and employee of Ethnographic Workshop society (Warsaw). She is a coordinator and curator of various projects including educational ones.
Anke Hennig
Fellow at the interdisciplinary research center called Aesthetic Experience and the Dissolution of Artistic Limits (the Free University, Berlin). Currently she is working at the creation of the Retroformalism research group and plans to work out poetonomy of modern art.
Anika Valke
PhD, Assistant Professor of Washington University in St. Louis (USA). Areas of research and teaching: history and politics of memory of WWII and Holocaust/Genocide, gender and age dimensions of surviving in extreme situations, methodology of the Oral History.  
Andrey Lenkevich
Photographer. He joined Anzenberger Аgency in 2007 and a group of photographers called SPUTNIK in 2008. He has held more than 60 individual and collective exhibitions in Europe, Asia and the U.S.
Andrey Bodak
Historian, associate professor at General History Chair at Brest State University.

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