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History educator

Nikolai V. Zlobin, Russian history educator. Co-chairman Political Parties Assembly, Moscow State University, 1987-1993, member general academy council, 1991-1995; board directors United States-Russian Moscow Non-Government Center, since 1992. Member International Foundation for Young Intellectuals (vice president since 1992).

Background

Zlobin, Nikolai V. was born on March 1, 1957 in Moscow. Son of Vasily Ivan and Clara Constantin Zlobin. came to the United States, 1993.

Education

Bachelor, Moscow State University, 1978; Master of Arts, Moscow State University, 1979, 82; Doctor of Philosophy, Moscow State University, 1983.

Career

Deputy chair history Moscow State University, 1989-1991, senior research fellow, 1991-1996. Professor Webster University, St. Louis, since 1994. Visiting scholar American University, Washington, 1993-1994.

Executive editor Demokratizatsiya, Washington, since 1992. Consultant Rule of Law Program, Washington, 1994. Expert Russian Parliament Center, Moscow, 1994.

Consultant legal studies Webster University, St. Louis, 1995.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The System of Social Management, 1986, The Course of Perestroika: Experience and Modernity, 1989, Man and Society, 3 vols., 1993, Man and Society, 1994, others. Member editorial board Socio-Political Research, since 1992.

      Correspondence Literaturnaya Gazeta, Moscow, 1997-1999, Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Moscow, since 1999. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Co-chairman Political Parties Assembly, Moscow State University, 1987-1993, member general academy council, 1991-1995. Board directors United States-Russian Moscow Non-Government Center, since 1992. Member International Foundation for Young Intellectuals (vice president since 1992).

Connections

father:
Vasily Ivan

mother:
Clara Constantin Zlobin