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Dmitry V. Shlapentokh
Associate Professor (1997-Present) Assistant Professor (1991-1996)
Indiana University, Department of History


University of Chicago, Chicago, IL, Ph.D. (1988).
Fields:  Modern Russian/European/World History (Political, Social, Intellectual).
Dissertation: "The French Revolution in Russian Intellectual Life (XIX-XX Centuries)."
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI., M.A.
Major: Russian/Soviet/European History, Russian Literature.
University of Moscow, Russia, B.A.
Major: Russian/Soviet/European Political and Intellectual History, Including Literature.
Thesis: "The University of Moscow and the October Revolution.”


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE                            
2005-2006, Eurasian Conflict Senior Policy Fellow, Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University.
2003-2004, Contributing Fellow for Central European and Eurasian Studies at Hudson Institute.
Summer 2002, Harvard University, NEH Institute "Eurasia in World History," Faculty.
Summer 1997, Columbia University, Visiting Scholar.
Summer 1994, NEH Seminar in Moscow (extensive work in Russian Archives).
Summer 1992, Hoover Institution, Fellow.
1990-1991, Harvard Russian Research Center, Fellow.
Summer 1989, NEH Seminar, Yale University.
1987-1988 State University of New York at Oswego, Visiting Assistant Professor.


Field Reader for Fulbright-Hayes Projects Abroad.
Reviewer for Princeton University Press, the Review of International Studies and Eighteenth-Century Studies.
Taught History and/or Russian language on a part-time basis at the following universities: Michigan State University; Marygrove College; Queens College (CUNY), Jerusalem Branch. Summers, 1993-1996, 1998-1999, worked in Russian archives and libraries.
Lady Davis Fellowship, Hebrew University. (Awarded on basis of academic achievement.)


Fellow, The International Napoleonic Society.
Included in Marquis Who's Who in the World, Marquis Who's Who in America.
Included in following books published by International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England: Who's Who in the 21st Century, Outstanding Scholars of the 21st Century. Outstanding Intellectuals of the 20th Century.
Included in A Biographical Dictionary of the Soviet Union 1917-1988, K. G. Saur, 1989. 
Included in Contemporary Authors.
Nominated as possible Fellow by the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences.


Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy Fourth Annual Awards, 2001.
IREX Short Term Grant (Summer 2000).
NEH Fellowship (Summer 1997).
American Council of Learned Societies, Travel Grant (Summer 1995).
Hoover Fellowship (Summer, 1992).
Grant to attend workshop on Economic Culture (Boston University, Summer 1991).
Grant to attend Fourth Social Science Research Council Summer Research Workshop on Soviet Politics and Society (University of Toronto, Summer 1991).
Late Award and Kunstadter Scholarship, University of Chicago. (Awarded on basis of academic achievement.)


Intercampus Research Fund, Indiana University (2005).
Summer Fellowship, Indiana University South Bend (2003).
Travel Overseas Conference Fund, Office of International Programs (Summer 2000).                 
Mellon Endowment Grant-in-Aid, Indiana University, REEI (Summer 2000).
International Projects and Activities Grant, Office of International Programs (Summer 2000).
Summer Fellowship, Indiana University REEI (1999).
Summer Fellowship, Indiana University South Bend (1998).
Research Project Initiation Expense Grant, Indiana University (Summer, 1996).
Travel Grant. Overseas Conference Fund, IU Office of International Programs (Summer 1995).
International Projects and Activities Grant, Office of International Programs (Summer 1995).
Research Project Initiation Expense Grant, Indiana University (Summer 1995).
Mellon Grant-in-Aid for Research, Indiana University REEI (Summer 1995).
Mellon Grant-in-Aid for Travel, Indiana University REEI (Summer 1995).
Summer Research Fellowship, Indiana University (Summer 1994).
Grant-in-Aid of Research, Indiana University Research & Development Committee (Spring 1993).
Multi-campus Research Project Initiation Expense Grant, Indiana University (Spring 1993).
International Projects and Activities Grant, The President's Council on International Programs (Spring 1993).
Grant to attend International Conference in Russia (Fall 1992).
Summer National Resource Research Fellowship (Summer 1992).
Lady Davis Fellowship, Hebrew University (Awarded on basis of academic achievement.)