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Humanities educator

Evgeny A. Dobrenko, Ukrainian, American humanities educator. Member of Modern Language Association, AATSEEL, AAASS, BASSEES.


Dobrenko, Evgeny A. was born on April 4, 1962 in Odessa, Ukraine. Son of Alexander S. Dobrenko and Faina M. Kupsan.


Master of Arts, Odessa State University, 1985. Doctor of Philosophy, Odessa State University, 1987. Postgraduate, University Zagreb, Croatia, 1989—1990.

Postgraduate, Moscow State University, 1991—1992.


Lecturer, assistant professor department Russian language for foreign students Odessa State University, 1987—1990, assistant professor department Soviet literature and literature of the peoples of Union of the Soviet Socialist Republics, 1990—1991. Assistant professor historical and philological faculty Russian State University for Humanities, 1991—1992. Associate professor department Slavic languages and literature Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, 1992—1997.

Visiting professor department Slavic languages and literature, Stanford Humanities Center faculty fellow Stanford (California) University, 1997—1998. Karl Loewenstein faculty fellow in political science Amherst (Massachusetts) University, 1998—1999. Visiting professor program in Russia University California, Irvine, 1999—2000.

Reader department Russian and Slavonic studies University Nottingham, England, 2000—2002, professor department Russian and Slavonic studies England, since 2003. Faculty fellow International Center for Advanced Studies New York University, 2002—2003. Member international advisory board Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, 1992—1998.

Member art and science council Duke University, 1995—1997. Member selection committee National Integrated Electronics, 2000. Member executive committee University Nottingham, School Modern Languages, 2001, member research committee, 03.

Outside/peer reviewer various journals.



Member of Modern Language Association, AATSEEL, AAASS, BASSEES.


Married Liudmila S. Nedialkova, October 8, 1982. Children: Tatiana, Vladimir.

Alexander S. Dobrenko

Faina M. Kupsan

Liudmila S. Nedialkova

Tatiana Dobrenko

Vladimir Dobrenko