Lecture 9th November 2005

lectureProfessor Dmitry Strovsky
(the Department of Journalism, Ural State University, Yekaterinburg)
gives a lecture with the title

Development of contemporary Russian media: democracy inside out

on Wednesday, 9 November 2005 at 13h00-15h00.
Place: Aleksanteri Institute, Töölönkatu 3A, 5 th floor (lecture room)

Dmitry Strovsky is a professor at the Department of Journalism, Ural State University, Yekaterinburg, Russia. He has earned academic degrees both in Russia (Ural State University, Moscow State University) and the UK (University of Wales) and his expertise further benefits from journalistic experience as a newspaper correspondent. Professor Strovsky's particular field of interest is in the history of Russian and Soviet journalism, as well as in comparative analyses of political culture and politics with a special focus on Western civilisation. He has been the holder of a Fulbright scholarship in 2004-05 and lectured extensively in Russia, Europe and the United States.


Participation in the lecture is free of charge.