There are currently 4 names in this directory beginning with the letter J.
is a Lecturer in the Department of French Language and Literature at the University of Bucharest and coordinator of the Doctoral School for Social Sciences at the CEREFREA Villa Noël. He earned his PhD at the Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales (Paris) in 2012, with a dissertation entitled La canonisation littéraire et l’avènement de la culture de masse. La collection « Les Grands Écrivains Français » (1887-1913), which was published in 2016 with Peter Lang. His main research interests include the history of literary disciplines, cultural diplomacy, and French-Romanian relations.
is the Regional Director of Russia and Moldova at American Councils for International Education and a Visiting Professor at the Higher School of Economics in Moscow. His scholarly interests include the study of civil wars, post-war state-building, and the role of ethnic identity in conflict. His work has been published in International Security, World Politics, and Nationalism and Ethnic Politics.
Johnson, A. Ross
is a History and Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington and Senior Adviser at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. Johnson was a senior executive of RFE/RL from 1988 to 2002, serving as director of Radio Free Europe, director of the RFE/RL Research Institute, acting president, and counsellor of RFE/RL. He was a research fellow at the Hoover Institution from 2002 to 2016 and senior staff member of the RAND Corporation from 1969 to 1988, where he specialized in East European and Soviet security issues. He is author of the book Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. The CIA Years and Beyod. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2010 and coeditor of Cold War Broadcasting; Impact on the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe; A Collection of Studies and Documents. Budapest: Central European University Press, 2010. He has overseen the deposit of the RFE/RL archives at the Hoover Institution, the Blinken Open Society Archives, and other archives. He initiated the Cold War Broadcasting Research Google Group, which brings together interested scholars to share ideas, research, and new publications.
JOVANOVIĆ, Srđan M.
is an interdisciplinary historian and political scientist, living and working in Tianjin, China, as an Associate Professor at the College of History, Nankai University. Before moving to China, he taught and/or research at Lund University (Sweden), the Polish Academy of Sciences’ Institute for Advanced Study (Poland), Palacky University Olomouc (Czech Republic), University of Košice (Slovakia), New Europe College (Romania), and Istanbul Sehir University (Turkey). He is the author of several research articles and several books, as well as the holder of numerous fellowships on an international level. He speaks English, Serbo-Croatian, Czech, and Swedish, with working knowledge of Russian, German, Polish, Slovak, Italian, and Mandarin.