Current Position: Associate Professor, School of Public Administration, Moscow State Lomonosov University.
The Host Institution in the United States: Columbia University, Harriman Institute, New York City.
Educution: Moscow State Lomonosov University, Department of History (higher education, 1984-1989); Moscow State Lomonosov University, Department of History, post-graduate school (1989-1992). Candidate in History (1992).
Awards and Honors: European Academy Prize for Young Scholars (1995); Shuvalov Prize, Moscow State Lomonosov University (1997).
Grants and Fellowships: Humboldt Universitaet zu Berlin, lecture trip (1996); Open Society Institute, grant (1997-1999); Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Washington DC, fellowship (1997); Russian Foundation for Humanities, grants (1999-2000 and 2003-2005); Maison des Sciences de L’Homme, Paris, fellowship (2003).
Courses Taught: Russian History From Ancient Times to Present; History of Russian Public Administration; History of Religious Confessions in Russia.
Sphere of the Scholarly Interest: Church-State relationship in late Imperial Russia; history of religious freedom in Russia; history of reforms and counter-reforms in Russia.
Church-State Relations in Nineteenth-Century Russia. - Russian Studies in History (New York). Spring 2001. Vol.39, No.4.
Konstantin Pobedonostsev And Political Culture Of Late Imperial Russia. - VI World Congress For Central And East European Studies. Abstracts. Tampere, 2000.
Kirche und Gesellschaft in Aera Alexander III: gab es einen russischen Klerilalismus? – Berliner Jahrbuch fuer Osteuropaeische Geschichte (1998). Berlin, 1998.
Under the Authority of the Chief Procurator. Church and State in the reign of Alexander III. Moscow, 1996 (in Russian).