TIMOTHY KEVIN BLAUVELT

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Timothy Blauvelt, School of Arts and Sciences, Associate Professor of Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies

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Timothy Blauvelt has been Associate Professor of Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies at Ilia State University since 2011, prior to which he had been teaching Soviet political history at Tbilisi State University for five years. He initially came to Georgia to conduct research for his PhD dissertation in 1999-2000 (which he defended at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2001), and returned as a Fulbright visiting professor in 2002-3. Has also been Country Director in Georgia for American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS since 2003. He has published numerous articles about Russian and Soviet, and Caucasus political history, clientalism, nationality policy and nationalism in Ab Imperio, Europe-Asia Studies, Communist & Post-Communist Studies, Kritika, Nationalities Papers, War & Society, Revolutionary Russia, The Journal of Language and Social Psychology and Central Asian Survey.


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Timothy Blauvelt has been Associate Professor of Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies at Ilia State University since 2011, prior to which he had been teaching Soviet political history at Tbilisi State University for five years. He initially came to Georgia to conduct research for his PhD dissertation in 1999-2000 (which he defended at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 2001), and returned as a Fulbright visiting professor in 2002-3. Has also been Country Director in Georgia for American Councils for International Education: ACTR/ACCELS since 2003. He has published numerous articles about Russian and Soviet, and Caucasus political history, clientalism, nationality policy and nationalism in Ab Imperio, Europe-Asia Studies, Communist & Post-Communist Studies, Kritika, Nationalities Papers, War & Society, Revolutionary Russia, The Journal of Language and Social Psychology and Central Asian Survey.


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