Alumni Publications


Some Alumni Publications Related to CEP

Teaching for CEP

Boris, Anne Clift. “Teaching History in Belarus: Differences in Teaching and Learning Strategies,” American Studies International XXXVI no.2 (June 1998), 44-57.

Anne Clift Boris, who taught history 1996-1998 at the European Humanities University in Minsk, Belarus. She is currently Chair of the School of Humanities at the Anglo-American College in Prague.

Ford, Karen M. "Teaching Politics in Eastern Europe," PSA News: Newsletter of the Political Studies Association (October 1998), 4-5.

Karen Ford taught political science 1995-1997 at the Institute of Philosophy in Warsaw, Poland, and 1997-1998 at Vidzeme University College in Valmiera, Latvia. She is currently teaching at Leicester University.

Mistelis, Loukas. “A Look at the Law After Communism: For Law or Money in Warsaw,” The Washington Post, Outlook (June 22, 1997), C3.

Loukas Mistelis taught law 1994-1995 at Donetsk State University in Donetsk, Ukraine, and 1995-1997 at the British Centre for English & European Legal Studies in Warsaw, Poland. He is currently the Clive M Schmitthoff Lecturer in International Commercial Law at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London

Petrich, Louis. "Teaching American Lessons to Romanian Students, 1990-1999: A Memoir," Romanian Journal of Liberal Arts I (Fall 1999), 5-25. Repubished with permission as:  

----------.   "Teaching American Lessons to Romanian Students, A Memoir: 1990-1991," The St. Croix Review Feb. 2000 (Part I) & June 2000 (Part II).

Louis Petrich first taught in Romania as a Fulbright scholar in 1990-1991. With CEP 1995-2000, he has taught American Studies 1995-1997 in Presov, Slovakia, 1997-1999 in Iasi, Romania, and is currently teaching at the American University of Kyrgyzstan in Bishkek where he is now teaching as a Fulbright scholar. The Romanian Journal of Liberal Arts was founded by the 1998-1999 team of CEP Fellows in Romania, and is edited by CEP Visiting Faculty Fellow Yasmin Lodi

 

Research on the Region

Albritton, Ann. “Brancusis Endless Column and the Park at Tirgu Jiu, Romanian Journal of Liberal Arts I (Fall 1999), 81-86.

--------------. "Deconstructing the 'Endless Column'," Sculpture Magazine (Jan/Feb 1999), 7.

Ann Albritton, who taught art history at Grigoriev Art Academy in Bucharest, Romania 1993-1995, is currently Assistant Professor of Art History at the College of Wooster.

Becker, Jonathan A. Soviet and Russian Press Coverage of the United States: Press, Politics, and Identity in Transition. St. Martin’s Press, Inc. (forthcoming).

Jonathan Becker taught political science 1992-1993 at Kiev Mohyla Academy in Kiev, Ukraine. He then served as Country Director for CEP’s Ukraine program, and later as European Director for CEP. He also directed CEP’s Book and Journal Donation Assessment Project. He is currently Dean of Studies at Bard College.

Benner, Erica. Really Existing Nationalism: A Post-Communist View from Marx and Engels. Oxford University Press, 1995.

Erica Benner taught political science 1994-1995 at the University of Warsaw in Poland.

Bhaumik, Sumon, I. Jackimova, S. Koeva, and L. Georgiev. “The Bulgarian Banking System: Crisis and Strategy,” International Journal of Development Banking, 15(1): 55-62, 1997.

Sumon Bhaumik taught economics 1994-1996 at the University of Economics in Varna, Bulgaria.

Brennan, Neil. "European Integration and Human Rights Cultures in Eastern Europe: The EU and Abolition of Capital Punishment in Estonia" 47 University of New Brunswick Law Journal 49 (1998).

Neil Brennan taught law 1997-1998 at the University of Tartu in Estonia. He currently works for the OSCE in Estonia.

Calingaert, Daniel. Soviet Nuclear Policy Under Gorbachev: A Policy of Disarmament. New York: Praeger, 1991.

Daniel Calingaert served as Country Director for CEP’s Ukraine program and as Regional Director for the NIS and Baltic countries. He also directed CEP’s Regional Needs Assessment Project and coauthored the resulting publication Education for the Transition. He has coauthored numerous reports on strategic concerns in the former Soviet Union for BDM International and the Rand Corporation, and is currently Program Officer with the International Republican Institute.

Flood, Patrick. “The US, the UN and Human Rights: Policy Choices in The United States and Human Rights: Looking Inward and Outward, ed. David Forsythe. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1999.

----------. The Effectiveness of U.N. Human Rights Institutions. Praeger, 1998.

Patrick Flood taught political science 1994-1995 at the University of Economics in Budapest, Hungary.

Grand, Stephen. Beyond Containment-Engagement: A Workshop on Strategies Toward Rogue States and Other Countries of Concern" (Woodrow Wilson Center for International Center for Scholars, March 1999).

Stephen Grand co-founded CEP and is a member of its Board of Directors. He is currently Director of the Policy and Opinion Leaders Program at the German Marshall Fund of the United States.

Huther, Jeff, Anwar Shah, and Sandra Roberts. Public Expenditure Reform under Adjustment Lending: Lessons from World Bank Experiences. The World Bank, Office of the Publisher, 1997.

Jeff Huther taught economics 1992-1993 at the Silesian University in the Czech Republic.

Jehlicka, Petr, and Susan Baker, editors. Dilemmas of Transformation: The Environment, Democracy and Economic Reform in East Central Europe. London and Portland, OR: Frank Cass, 1998.

Petr Jehlicka, a CEP Local Faculty Fellow 1997-1999, teaches environmental policy at Charles University in Prague, the Czech Republic.

LaFont, Suzanne, ed. Women in Transition: Voices from Lithuania. State University of New York Press, 1998.

Suzanne LaFont taught anthropology 1994-1995 at Kaunas Technical University in Lithuania, and 1995-1996 at Sofia State University in Bulgaria.

Luz, Mark. "Peacebuilding and Legal Reform: Priorities and Directions", (Ottawa, Canada: Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, September 3, 1998); available online at: http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/peacebuilding/luz-e.asp .

----------. and Konrad Klingenberg, "OSCE Conflict Prevention in the Former Yugoslavia, in Hans-Georg Ehrhart and Albrecht Schnabel (eds.), The Southeast European Challenge: Ethnic Conflict and the International Response. Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 1999.

Mark Luz taught academic writing and political science methodology 1996-1997 at the Central European University in Budapest, and is currently studying at the law faculty of McGill University, Montreal, Canada.

McMahon, Maeve. "The Lithuanian Centre for Victims of Torture: An Interview with the Founding Members," Journal of Human Justice, 6:1 (1994), 48-63. .

----------. Crime, Justice and Human Rights in the Baltics, HEUNI Papers # 5. Helsinki: The European Institute for Crime Prevention and Control, 1995. Translated into Russian by Professor Aleksandras Dobryninas, 1996. Both English and Russian texts are available in electronic format through http://www.unojust.org/heuni.htm

----------. Everyday Life After Communism: Some Observations from Lithuania. University of Pittsburgh: Carl Beck Series (forthcoming).

Maeve McMahon taught sociology 1993-1994 at Vilnius University in Vilnius, Lithuania. Everyday Life was written in conjunction with her students.

Mistelis, Loukas. “The EBRD Model Law on Secured Transactions – A Comparative Appraisal,” Parker School Journal of Eastern European Law (forthcoming in 1999).

Loukas Mistelis taught law 1994-1995 at Donetsk State University in Donetsk, Ukraine, and 1995-1997 at the British Centre for English & European Legal Studies in Warsaw, Poland. He is currently the Clive M Schmitthoff Lecturer in International Commercial Law at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London

Podlas, Kimberlianne. “Steel Ceilings and Quicksand Floors: Gender Discrimination and Sexual Harrassment in the Romanian Workplace,” Romanian Journal of Liberal Arts I (Fall 1999), 87-104.

Kimberlianne Podlas taught law 1997-1999 at the Al. I. Cuza University in Iasi, Romania. The Romanian Journal of Liberal Arts was founded by the 1998-1999 team of CEP Fellows in Romania, and is edited by CEP Visiting Faculty Fellow Yasmin Lodi.

Smith, Patricia. After the Wall: Eastern Germany since 1989. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1998.

Patricia Smith, who taught international relations 1995-1996 at the University of the West in Timisoara, and 1996-1997 at the Babes-Bolyai University in Cluj, both in Romania, is currently teaching at the University of Washington.

Valdez, Jonathan C. Internationalism and the Ideology of Soviet Influence. Cambridge University Press, 1993.

----------. "The Near Abroad, the West, and National Identity in Russian Foreign Policy," in The Making of Foreign Policy in Russia and the New States of Eurasia, ed. Adeed Dawisha and Karen Dawisha. M.E. Sharpe, 1995, 84-109.

Jonathan Valdez taught political science 1995-1996 at the Russian State University of the Humanities in Moscow.

Van Doren, John. “Romania: Ripe for Privatization and Democracy? Legal Education as a Microcosm” 18 Houston Journal of International Law 113 (1995).

John Van Doren taught law 1994-1995 at West Bohemian University in Plzen, the Czech Republic.

Visek, Richard C. "Creating the Ethnic electorate through Legal Restorationism: Citizenship Rights in Estonia" (1997) 38 Harvard International Law Journal 315

Richard Visek taught law 1995-1996 at the University of Tartu in Estonia.


This is a very preliminary listing, and does not include numerous publications by our alumni in other languages or on subjects not directly related to East/Central Europe or Eurasia. If you have articles or books to add to it, please send the complete bibliographic information in English to kfischer-brown@cep.yale.edu.