Jordan Center Experts’ List

 

The Center offers ready access to specialists across the university to respond to requests for expert knowledge and advice.

 

Eliot Borenstein
Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies; Department of Russian and Slavic Studies
Russian literature and culture, ideology, mass media, sexuality and gender, internet, popular culture, conspiracy theory
eb7@nyu.edu

 

Jane Burbank
Professor of History, Russian and Slavic Studies, Collegiate Professor; Department of History
Russian history; Peasants; History of Russian Law
jane.burbank@nyu.edu

 

Stephen Cohen
Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies, History; Department of Russian and Slavic Studies
Soviet and Post-Soviet Russian political history and U.S-Russian Relations, including the new Cold War
sfc1@nyu.edu

 

Rossen Djagalov
Assistant Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies, Director of Graduate Studies; Department of Russian and Slavic Studies
Socialist internationalism; history of the left; twentieth and twenty-first-century Russian and East European literature, film, and music; Soviet cultural engagements with the First, Second, and Third World
rld339@nyu.edu

 

Gennady Estraikh
Clinical Professor, Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies
Russian and Soviet Jewish History
ge293@nyu.edu

 

Yanni Kotsonis
Professor of History, Russian & Slavic Studies; Department of History
Founding Director; NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia
Russian economy; Russian economic history; the Russian State; Taxation in Russia and the World
yanni.kotsonis@nyu.edu

 

Anne Lounsbery
Associate Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies, Department Chair; Department of Russian and Slavic Studies
Faculty Advisory Board Member; NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia
19th Century Russian and comparative literature; Race in Russian Culture
anne.lounsbery@nyu.edu

 

Leonid Peisakhin
Assistant Professor of Politics at NYU Abu Dhabi; Department of Politics
Ukrainian politics, Russian politics, Russia-Ukraine elections, Crimean Tatars, nationalism, Russian opposition
leonid.peisakhin@nyu.edu

 

Joshua Tucker
Professor of Politics, Russian & Slavic Studies; Department of Politics
Faculty Advisory Board Member and Director Designate from Fall 2016; NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia
Comparative political behavior: elections, voting, partisanship, protest and social media; post-communist politics
joshua.tucker@nyu.edu

 

Inquiries may also be directed to jordan.russia.center@nyu.edu