Molchanov, Mikhail A(leksandrovich) 1961-

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Molchanov, Mikhail A(leksandrovich) 1961-

PERSONAL: Born April 23, 1961, in Rovno, USSR (now Ukraine); son of Aleksandr Prokofievich and Nina Timofeyevna Molchanov. Education: Ukraine Academy of Sciences, Ph.D. (philosophy), 1989; New York University, M.S., 1993; University of Alberta, Ph.D. (political science), 1998. Religion: Russian Orthodox.

ADDRESSES: Home—Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Agent—Texas A & M University Press, John H. Lindsey Building, Lewis Street, 4354 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-4354.

CAREER: Ukraine Academy of Sciences, Kiev, began as researcher, became senior researcher, 1989-92; Institute of Public Administration, Kiev, professor and chair of Department of Public Administration, 1993-94; United Nations University, fellow of Institute of Advanced Studies, 1997-98; University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, lecturer, 1998-2001; Canadian Government, Ottawa, Ontario, project team leader and senior policy analyst, 2001-03; St. Thomas University, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada, assistant professor of political science, 2003-.

MEMBER: Canadian Political Science Association.

AWARDS, HONORS: Research grant, U.S. Institute of Peace, 1998-99; Euro-Atlantic Partnership Council fellowship, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, 2001-03; research grant, New Brunswick Innovation Foundation, 2004-05.


Etnopoliticheskie Predposylki Obiavleniia Nezavisimosti Ukrainy, Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology (Moscow, Russia), 1991.

(With V. Burlachuk and V. Stepanenko) Bilia vytokiv sotsiolohichnoii dumy v Ukraiini, Institute of Sociology (Ukraine), 1995.

(Editor, with Jennifer Moroney and Taras Kuzio, and contributor) Ukraine's Foreign and Security Policy: Theoretical and Comparative Perspectives, Praeger (Westport, CT), 2002.

Political Culture and National Identity in Russian-Ukrainian Relations, Texas A & M University Press (College Station, TX), 2002.

Contributor to periodicals published in English, Russian, and Ukrainian, including Journal of European Integration, Nationalities Papers, Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, Polis, Harriman Review, and Canadian Slavonic Papers.

WORK IN PROGRESS: Research on regional integration in the post-Soviet area; globalization and Russia's role in the global market economy.