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Adrian Brisku

TehostekuvaAdrian Brisku holds a PhD degree from the Department of History and Civilisation in the European University Institute, Florence (2009). After completing his undergraduate studies in Humanities and English Language in Albania (1999), he graduated from Sussex University with an MA in Contemporary European Studies (2000), as well as from Central European University with an MA in Political Science (2001). He has taught a number of courses on History of Modern Europe in Prague, Czech Republic and on Nationalism and Political Ideologies in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. For three years he co-directed an academic project, Critical Sociology Network - Caucasus Academic Project (2004-2007), in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia.
Since September 2009, he has been a research fellow at the University of Helsinki within the international research project Europe 1815-1914, funded by the European Research Council. He is currently working on ‘Politics of Change and Stability’ in the Ottoman and Russian Empires, 1815-1914. Main interests include comparative political, intellectual history, as well as economic and legal thought in modern Albania and Georgia and nineteenth-century Russian and Ottoman empires.

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‘Politics of Change and Stability’ in the Ottoman and Russian Empires, 1815-1914

Adrian Brisku