Harriman Institute associated faculty


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  • Tanya Domi

    Adjunct Professor, International and Public Affairs
    Columbia University
    212-854-4623

    Human rights in Post-Soviet and Post-Yugoslav states; women in politics and media freedoms in transitional democracies; foreign policies of Post-Soviet and Post-Yugoslav states and consequences of war trauma on post-conflict states.  

  • Dmitry Dubrovsky

    Associate Research Scholar, Harriman Institute; Fellow, Institute of International Education Scholar Rescue Fund

    History of human rights in the USSR and Russia; universalism and particularism in human rights; hate speech and hate crimes; homophobia; academic rights and freedoms. 

  • László Karsai

    Istvan Deak Visiting Professor of Political Science, Columbia University
    Professor Emeritus, Unversity of Szeged, Hungary
    212 854 4646

    The history of Fascism, Nazism, Bolshevism, retribution after the Second World War in Europe, history of anti-Semitism and the Holocaust.

  • Gulnar Kendirbai

    Adjunct Assistant Professor of History
    Columbia University
    212-854-4623

    Russian Empire, former Soviet Union, Central Asia, Kazakhstan, colonialism, nationalism, ethnicity, Islam, nomadism, cultural anthropology.

  • Valery Kuchinsky

    Adjunct Professor of International Relations
    Columbia University

    Ambassador Valery Kuchinsky is a reitred career diplomat from Ukraine, who held the position of Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations with a diplomatic rank of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary. He is Adjunct Professor of International Relations at Columbia University.

  • Ilya Kun

    Lecturer in the Department of Slavic Languages
    Columbia University
    212-854-3941

  • Jenik Radon

    Adjunct Professor, International & Public Affairs
    Columbia University
    212-496-2700

    Oil and Gas (incl. Pipelines and Energy Security), International Corporate Responsibility (incl. Corruption and Minority Rights), and International Negotiation; Select Country Focus: Estonia, Georgia, Germany, Mongolia and India.

  • Natasha Udensiva

    Lecturer in International and Public Affairs
    School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University
    347-866-7561

    National oil companies, particularly Rosneft; the nexus of state and the business development of independent companies.