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Dmitry Dubrovskiy

Research Fellow at Charles University 

Dr Dmitry Dubrovskiy is Research Fellow with the Department of Social Sciences at Charles University. Dr Dubrovskiy, alumni of St Petersburg State University and European University in St Petersburg, founded and directed the Ethnic Studies Programme at the European University in St Petersburg in 1999-2005. He was also the founder and lecturer of the Human rights programme, Smolny College of Liberal Arts and Science at St Petersburg State University (2004-15). He was Galina Starovoitowa Fellow at the Kennan Institute (2007-08), visiting lecturer in Bard College (New York) and Witwatersrand University (Johannesburg), and adjunct assistant professor at Harriman Institute at Columbia University (2015-17). Until March 2022, Dr Dubrovskiy was an associate professor at Higher School of Economics (Moscow). Early April 2022, he was declared "foreign agent" in Russia and left country. Dr Dubrovskiy is currently working at Charles University in Prague, with his research interest focusing on freedom of speech, minority rights, and academic rights and freedoms. 
Updated: April 24, 2024