Supported Research and Researchers

The NYU Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia proudly supports a variety of funding opportunities and residency programs to students and scholars completing research projects related to Russian studies. Please find below a list of our supported researchers by funding year.

 

2017-2018

PhD Student Research Support
  • Joseph Livesey (New York University)
  • Sarah Riccardi-Swartz (New York University)
  • Denis Stukal (New York University)
    • Stukal, Denis, Sergey Sanovich, Richard Bonneau, and Joshua A. Tucker. (2017). “Detecting Political Bots on Russian Twitter.” Big Data Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 310 – 324 (http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1089/big.2017.0038)
    • Rozenas, Arturas, and Denis Stukal. (2018). “How Autocrats Manipulate Economic News: Evidence from Russia’s State-Controlled Television.” Under review. URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3023254
    • Stukal, Denis, Sergey Sanovich, Richard Bonneau, and Joshua A. Tucker. (2017). “For Whom the Bot Tolls: A Neural Networks Approach to Measuring Political Orientation of Twitter Bots in Russia.” Manuscript
Short-Term Fellows
Visiting Scholars

 

2016-2017

PhD Student Language & Fieldwork Support
PhD Student Research Support
Short-Term Fellows
Visiting Scholars

 

2015-2016

PhD Student Language & Fieldwork Support
PhD Student Research Support
  • Ivan Kostin (New York University)
Short-Term Fellows
Visiting Scholars
  • Samuel Casper (University of Pennsylvania) (2015-2017)
  • Thomas Fleischman (University of Rochester)
  • Oksana Mykhed (Harvard University)
  • Susan Smith-Peter (CUNY Staten Island)
    • Imagining Russian Regions: Civil Society and Subnational Identity in Nineteenth-Century Russia. Leiden: Brill, 2018.
    • The Siberian Letters of George Kennan the Elder, 1866-1867.  Kennan Institute Occasional Papers, no. 310.  Washington, DC: The Kennan Institute, 2016. 21 pp.
    • Translated into Russian as: “”Sibirskie pis’ma Dzhordzha Kennan-starshego, 1866-1867 gg.,” Sibirskie istoricheskie issledovaniia [Siberian Historical Research] 2016, no. 3: 28-42.
    • Co-authored with Vyacheslav Shevtsov. “Russian Society at a Provincial Scale: Ideas of Society in Provincial Newspapers,” Canadian-American Slavic Studies 50 (2016): 439-464.
    • “Sweet Development: The Sugar Beet Industry, Agricultural Societies and Agrarian Transformations in the Russian Empire, 1818-1913.” Cahiers du Monde Russe 57, vol. 1 (January-March 2016): 101-123.
    • “How to Found a Colony without Colonization: Conflicts between Social Control and Colonial Expansion in the Russian Empire in the early Nineteenth Century,” in Arktika: Istoriia i sovremennost’ [The Arctic in History and in the Present Day]Moscow: Nauka, 2016, 251-256.
    • “The Russian Federalist Papers: Aleksei Evstaf’ev, the War of 1812, and Russian-American Relations.” In William Benton Whisenhunt and Norman Saul, eds. New Perspectives on Russian-American Relations. New York: Routledge, 2016, 20-35.
    • “The Good Capitalist: Conflicting Visions of Russia’s Industrial Future in the Pre-Reform Period,” Znanie. Ponimanie. Umenie. 2016, no. 3: 164-192.
    • “Before Race: The Russian Empire and Creoles in Russian American in the Early Nineteenth Century,” Istoriia: Elektronnyi nauchno-obrazovatel’nyi zhurnal. 2016, no. 4 (48): 76-94.
    • “Enlightenment from the East: Early Nineteenth Century Russian Views of the East from Kazan University.” Znanie. Ponimanie. Umenie.  2016, no. 1: 318-338.
  • Susanna Weygandt (Princeton University)
  • Katharina Wiedlack (University of Vienna)

 

2014-2015

NYU Faculty Support
PhD Student Language & Fieldwork Support
  • Anastassia Kostrioukova (New York University)
  • Jamie Phillips (New York University)
  • Sarah Riccardi-Swartz (New York University)
  • Denis Stukal (New York University)
    • Stukal, Denis, Sergey Sanovich, Richard Bonneau, and Joshua A. Tucker. (2017). “Detecting Political Bots on Russian Twitter.” Big Data Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 310 – 324 (http://online.liebertpub.com/doi/pdfplus/10.1089/big.2017.0038)
    • Rozenas, Arturas, and Denis Stukal. (2018). “How Autocrats Manipulate Economic News: Evidence from Russia’s State-Controlled Television.” Under review. URL: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3023254
    • Stukal, Denis, Sergey Sanovich, Richard Bonneau, and Joshua A. Tucker. (2017). “For Whom the Bot Tolls: A Neural Networks Approach to Measuring Political Orientation of Twitter Bots in Russia.” Manuscript
  • Rustin Zarkar (New York University)
PhD Student Research Support
  • Ivan Kostin (New York University)
Short-Term Fellows

 

2013-2014

PhD Student Language & Fieldwork Support
Short-Term Fellows
Visiting Scholars

 

2012-2013

PhD Student Language & Fieldwork Support