List of researchers

Ioana Cîrstocea

Contact : ioana.cirstocea[@]ehess.fr

is a CNRS researcher appointed at CEFRES  since September 2023. Her research project at CEFRES, devoted to the contemporary debates around the redefinition of parental norms and the sub-political mobilizations of mothers and families in a post-socialist context, contributes to the CEFRES 2nd research area.

Martin Ďurďovič

Contact : martin.durdovic[@]soc.cas.cz

is a sociologist, researcher at the Institute of Sociology of the Czech Academy of Sciences. He joined CEFRES in February 2024 within the CNRS–AVČR Tandem program together with Gilles Lepesant. Their research project, entitled « Contested energy transitions. Conflicts and social innovations in the Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, and France » contributes to CEFRES Research area 2 Norms and Transgressions

Anna Dżabagina

Contact: anna.dzabagina(@)cefres.cz

joined CEFRES in January 2024 as a post-doctoral researcher co-funded by CEFRES and Charles University. Her project, entitled « Sapphic Modernism in Central and Eastern Europe: Cultural Transfers and Intersections (1848-1933) » contributes to CEFRES Research Area 2 : Norms and Transgressions.

Gábor Egry

Contact : egrygabor[@]phistory.hu

PI of the ERC NEPOSTRANS, Director General of the Institute of Political History in Budapest and member of the COST Action Women on the Move project, Gábor Egry studies post-imperial transitions on the example of Austria-Hungary. Gabor Egry will be at CEFRES in June 2024 as part of an international mobility programme funded by the CNRS.

Valeriya Korablyova

Contact: valeriya.korablyova[@]fsv.cuni.cz

is a sociologist and political theorist, assistant professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague. Since February 2024 she is joining CEFRES within the CU–CNRS Tandem Program, together with Louisa Martin-Chevalier. Their research project, entitled “A Subaltern That Sings: From Sound Resistance to Musical Diplomacy in Wartime Ukraine” contributes to CEFRES Research area 1. Displacements, « dépaysement » and discrepancies.

Gilles Lepesant

Contact : gilles.lepesant[@]cnrs.fr

is geographer, Senior research fellow at CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research, Géographie-Cités) and associate researcher at the Centre March Bloch (Berlin). Since February 2024 he is visiting researcher at CEFRES with a “support for international mobility” (SMI) from CNRS, within the AV ČR–CNRS Tandem Program together with Martin Ďurďovič. Their research project, entitled « Contested energy transitions. Conflicts and social innovations in the Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, and France » contributes to CEFRES Research area 2 Norms and Transgressions.

Louisa Martin-Chevalier

Contact: louisa.martin-chevalier(@)sorbonne-universite.fr

is a musicologist, assistant professor at Sorbonne University (IReMus, UMR 8223). Since February 2024 she is visiting researcher at CEFRES with a “support for international mobility” (SMI) from CNRS, within the CU-CNRS Tandem Program, together with Valeriya Korablyova. Their research project, entitled « A Subaltern That Sings: From Sound Resistance to Musical Diplomacy in Wartime Ukraine » contributes to CEFRES Research area 1. Displacements, « dépaysement » and discrepancies.

Hélène Martinelli

Contact : helene.martinelli[@]ens-lyon.fr

is a Professor of comparative literature at the École Normale Supérieure of Lyon and, since September 1st, 2023, she benefits from a temporary assignment at CEFRES by CNRS. Her research project, entitled Raw book: The symbolic form of the book at the margins of the literary field, contributes to CEFRES research areas #1 et #2.

Krzysztof Tarkowski

Kontakt: krzysztof.tarkowski[@]cefres.cz

is a philosopher form Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He joined CEFRES in January 2024 as a post-doctoral researcher benefitting from the support of CEFRES and Charles University in Prague. He conducts a research project entitled Ontology of Money and the Anthropocene. He is a member of the Tandem Team led by Martin Ďurďovič and Gilles Lepesant on the project Contested energy transitions. Conflicts and social innovations in the Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, and France and contributes to CEFRES Research area 2: Norms and Transgressions.

Associated researchers

Vadym Adadurov

Contact : vad[@]ucu.edu.ua

is professor at the Department of History at Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv and joined CEFRES in 2024 as an associate with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project, entitled “Cultural integration strategies and the intellectual network of a Ukrainian émigré: The non-statistical case of Élie Borschak » contributes to CEFRES research area 1. Displacements, “Dépaysements” and Discrepancies.

Oleksii Ankhym

Contact: ankhimoleksii[@]gmail.com

is associate professor at the Department of Germanic Philology and Foreign Literature (Zhytomyr Ivan Franko State University, Ukraine) and joined CEFRES in 2024 as an associate with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project, entitled „Transnational Literature: Conceptualization, Research Methodology, Poetics (Based on Modern German-Language Literature by Authors of Ukrainian Origin)“ contributes to CEFRES research area 3: Everyday experience of spaces.

Michèle Baussant

Contact: michele.baussant@cnrs.fr

is a CNRS researcher and ICM fellow. She was appointed at CEFRES  from February 2020 until August 2023 within the TANDEM program. She was working with Johana Wyss on the TANDEM project she initiated as its PI: “Europe: a Resentful Confederation of Vanquished Peoples? Raw and Lapsed Memories of Post-Imperial (European) Minorities”. She is now associated researcher at CEFRES and contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Lara Bonneau

Contact: bonneau@flu.cas.cz 

is a researcher at the Institute of Philosophy of the Czech Academy of Sciences (FLÚ AV ČR) and since February 2023 an associate researcher at CEFRES. Her research focuses on the German Science of Art (Kunstwissenschaft) and more generally on the function of symbolic forms in the individuation process, drawing on the German (Cassirer), Czech (Patočka) and French (Simondon) traditions. Her work contributes to CEFRES’s research area 2.

Hanna Chemerys

is an associate professor, head of the Department of Design of Zaporizhzhia National University, member of Ukrainian Design Union and from May 2023 is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research project entitled Development of Methodology of Critical Thinking and Pedagogical Support to Counteract Disinformation and Manipulation of Artificially Reproduced Media Content contributes to CEFRES’s research area 2.

Anemona Constantin

is a research fellow at CEVIPOL, Université libre de Bruxelles and associate at CEFRES. She was a postdoctoral researcher at CEFRES benefitting from the support of Charles University in Prague in 2022 and 2023. Her research project, entitled Romanian intellectuals and the debates on democracy in Central Eastern Europe in transnational perspective, contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Vasyl Derevinskyi

Contact: vasyldr[@]ukr.net

is professor at the Department of Political Sciences and Law of the Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture and joined CEFRES in 2024 as an associate with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project, entitled “The voice of the unconquered: an alternative opinion of publications of the Ukrainian Helsinki Union in Soviet Ukraine (1988–1989)” contributes to CEFRES research area 1: Displacements, “Dépaysements” and Discrepancies.

Oksana Dovgopolova 

Contact : o.dovgopolova@onu.edu.u

is a professor at the Philosophy department at the Odesa І.І. Mechnikov National University and from May 2023 is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research project entitled Transforming the Regional Identity in Odesa in Context of Russia-Ukraine War contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Ilona Dumanska

Contact: dumanskai@khmnu.edu.ua

is professor of the Department of International Economic Relations, Faculty of International Relations and Law, Khmelnytskyi National University (Ukraine). She is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchersin humanities and social sciences. Her research project, entitled, “Digital Transformation of the Economy and Development of IT Entrepreneurship in Today’s Challenges and Priorities of the Post-War Reconstruction of Ukraine » contributes to CEFRES Research Area 1. Displacements, “Dépaysements” and Discrepancies.

Mátyás Erdélyi

was from January 2020 till December 2021 a postdoctoral researcher at CEFRES benefitting from the support of the Charles University in Prague. His research project, entitled Insurance, Banking, and Capitalist Modernity in the Late Habsburg Monarchy, contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1. 

Victoria Gerbut

Contact: gerbut.vs(@)gmail.com

is associate professor at the Department of Administrative, Financial, and information Law at the Faculty of Law, Uzhhorod National University. She is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchersin humanities and social sciences.    Her research project, entitled, “Gender Identity and Expression: Theoretical and Legal Perspective » contributes to CEFRES Research Area 2: Norms & Transgressions.

Petr Gibas

Contact: petr.gibas(@)soc.cas.cz

is a scholar based at the Czech Academy of Sciences, Institute of Sociology, where he specializes in (widely conceived) home studies at the intersection of anthropology and geography, explorations of the relationship between housing and home, and most recently also interdisciplinary studies of post-anthropocentric dwelling. Together with Chloé Mondémé, he pursues research within the  AVČR–CNRS Tandem  2022–2023 project titled Home beyond species: More-than-human dwelling in the age of crises.

Viacheslav Grekov

Contact : o.dovgopolova@onu.edu.u

is a research assistant at the Ukrainian Institute of Physics and Technology – Museum-cultural complex, NSC Kharkiv Institute of Physics and Technology, and from May 2023 is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research is called “National”, “Imperial”, “Loyal”: Ukrainian Studies of the History of Rus in the Russian Empire (1805–1860) and contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Anton Hauk

had a PhD in History. He is an anthropologist and an artist, and from May 2023 he is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project entitled Gaming Practices in A Geopolitical Context, particularly in the Context of Wars contributes to CEFRES’s research area 3.

Ronan Hervouet

Ronan Hervouet is a Professor of sociology at the University of Bordeaux and a member of the Centre Émile Durkheim (UMR 5116), from September 1st, 2021, until August 2023 he benefitted from a temporary assignment at CEFRES by CNRS. He contributes to CEFRES’s research area 3.

Yevhen Horb

Contact : eshorb14@gmail.com

is an independent researcher from Mariupol (Ukraine) and from May 2023 is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project entitled Human Dimension of War: interactive Map contributes to CEFRES ‘s research area 3.

Diana Hryniuk

Contact: hryniukdiana[@]gmail.com

is assistant professor at the Department of Regional Studies and Tourism of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine. She is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research project, entitled, “Cultural heritage at risk. Museums of Kyiv region after de-occupation of the territory and during the Russian war in Ukraine” contributes to CEFRES Research Area 3: Everyday Experience of Spaces.

Pavlo Khudish

Contact: pavlo.khudish(@)uzhnu.edu.ua

is an assistant professor at the Department of Archaeology, Ethnology and Cultural Studies, Faculty of History and International Relations, Uzhhorod National University. He is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project, entitled, “Jewish Property Redistribution and Antisemitism in Postwar Transcarpathia, 1944-1946” contributes to CEFRES research area 3: Everyday Experience of Spaces.

Nazar Kozak

Contact: knb_ua@yahoo.com

is senior researcher in the Department of Art History at the Ethnology Institute of the National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine He is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project, entitled, “Displaced Performers: Artmaking at the EU/Ukraine’s State Border” contributes to CEFRES research area 2 : Norms and Transgressions.

Eva Krásová

Contact : eva.krasova@ff.cuni.cz

is a researcher in the Department of Czech Literature and Comparative Studies at Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. She contributes to the research project Displacements: Gendered-based Violence, Women’s Writing and Creative Practices in Modern Central and Southeastern Europe (CEFRES Research Area 2).

Maryna Litvinova

Contact: lmb965@gmail.com

is Professor of the Department of Software Engineering, Physics and Mathematics at the Kherson Educational and Scientific Institute of the Admiral Makarov National University of Shipbuilding, Ukraine. She is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences.    Her research project, entitled, “Mosaic thinking as an evolution of cognitive abilities in a digital society” contributes to CEFRES Research Area 2: Norms & Transgressions.

Igor Lyman

Contact: lyman@ukr.net

is Doctor of History, Professor, Head of the Department of History and Philosophy at Berdyansk State Pedagogical University, and from May 2023 is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project entitled Mapping and Connecting Ukrainian Science Diaspora in France, Czech Republic, and Visegrád Countries contributes to CEFRES’s research area 3.

Maria Maioroshi

Contact: majorossym@gmail.com

holds a PhD in Historical Studies Lviv National University, Ukraine. She is Director of the Museum of University, an assistant Department of the History of Hungary and European integration Ukrainian-Hungarian educational institute of State University “Uzhhorod National University” (since 2022), and from May 2023 is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research project entitled The Role of the Church in Society during the War contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Natalia Matveieva

Contact: natalyamatveieva{@}gmail.com

is an assistant at the Department of the Ukrainian Language and Slavistics (Ternopil Volodymyr Hnaituk National Pedagogical University) and junior researcher at the Department of Stylistics, Language Culture and Sociolinguistics, The Institute of the Ukrainian Language of the National Academy of  Sciences of Ukraine. She is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research project, entitled “Language Biographies of Temporarily Internally Displaced Ukrainians in the Context of the Full-Scale Russian-Ukrainian War” contributes to CEFRES Research Area 1. Displacements, “Dépaysement”, Discrepancies.

Chiara Mengozzi

is, after two years of post-doc at CEFRES, an associate researcher at CEFRES from January 2018. She contributes to CEFRES’s research area 2.

Volodymyr Momot

Contact: vmomot{@}duan.edu.ua

is Professor at the Management department at the Alfred Nobel University, Dnipro. He is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers. His research project, entitled, “A challenging  Mercy Gesture. Ukranian Refugees in the EU Countries“ contributes to CEFRES research area 1: Displacements, “dépaysement”, discrepancies.

Chloé Mondémé

Contact :

is a sociologist at the CNRS. With a background in linguistics, she is interested in all forms of (non-verbal) communication. A large part of her work is dedicated to the study of interspecies (human/animal) interactions. Analytically as well as theoretically, she is inspired by conversation analysis, ethnomethodology and the social studies of science. Together with Petr Gibas, she is investigator of the CNRS–AVČR Tandem 2022–2023 project Home beyond species: More-than-human dwelling in the age of crises

Vincent Montenero

is from September 2019 an associate researcher at CEFRES. His research project Interpersonal and inter-organizational relations within commercial and industrial organizations contributes to research area 1.

Viktoriia Myronenko

Contact : victoriaeducation{@}gmail.com

is associate professor of the Department of Cinematography at the Kyiv National K. Karpenko-Kary Theatre, Cinema and Television University. She is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers.    Her research project, entitled “Visual Propaganda During the War: Methods of Nazi Germany and Contemporary Russia” contributes to CEFRES Research Area 3: Everyday experience of spaces.

Vadym Osin

is an Associate Professor at the History and Political Theory Department Institute of Human and Social Sciences, Dnipro University of Technology, and from May 2023 he is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project entitled Ukrainian Academy Under Fire: Politics of Knowledge in Russian-Ukrainian War contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Adam Ostolski

Contact : a.ostolski@uw.edu.pl

is from the Faculty of Sociology, University of Warsaw, since the the 1st of July 2023, he has joined the CEFRES as a post-doctoral researcher benefitting from the support of CEFRES and Charles University in Prague. His research, entitled More-than-human medicine: Veterinary practice and the transformations of
interspecies relationships, contributes to the CEFRES research area 3. His is member of the Tandem Team led by Petr Gibas and Chloé Mondémé on the project Home beyond species: More-than-human dwelling in the age of crises.

Elina Paliichuk

Contact : e.paliichuk@kubg.edu.ua

is a Ph.D. holder in Linguistics and an Assistant Professor at the Linguistics and Translation Department of Borys Grinchenko Kyiv Metropolitan University (Ukraine), and from May 2023 is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research project entitled Changing Young Minds: Student Awareness of Human Trafficking under War Conditions  contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Fedora Parkmann

is a researcher at the Institute of Art History (Czech Academy of Sciences). She was from January until December 2022 a post-doctoral researcher at CEFRES, in 2023, she remains associate researcher at CEFRES. Her research project, entitled „The Matrix of Photomechanical Reproductions of Art“ contributes to CEFRES’s research areas 1 and 2.

Ekaterina Pierson-Lyzhina

Contact : ekaterina.lyzhina(@)ulb.be

is a researcher in international relations. She holds a Ph.D. in political science from the Université libre de Bruxelles (2020), where she has been teaching several seminars in political science and two courses (“EU Eastern Neighborhood” and “Introduction to Political Science”) as a substitute professor. Her current research focuses on different aspect of Western recognition of foreign opposition groups (on their alliance-building, violent resistance strategies, relationship with host/sponsor states). Her work contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Kyrylo Polishchuk

is an Ukrainian writer, journalist, translator, PhD of philology, the laureate of many literary prizes, and the author of three fiction books. As an independent researcher, he focuses his attention on Ukrainian and Polish poetry of the 20th century, on the themes of war, resettlement and trauma. From May 2023 he is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His project, Eclectic of Memory, contributes to CEFRES’s research area 2.

Ange Pottin

was from January until May 2023 a post-doctoral researcher at CEFRES benefitting from the support of Charles University in Prague. His research, entitled Imaginary Ecologies: Futuristic Technological Dwellings, Persistent Residual Entanglements is part of the TANDEM project Home Beyond Species: More-than-human dwelling in the age of crises initiated by Chloé Mondémé and Petr Gibas. As such he contributes to CEFRES’s research area #3.

Nataliia Romanyshyn

Contact: nataliya.romanyshyn@gmail.com

is an Associate professor of the Department of Applied Linguistics at Lviv Polytechnic National Universityn, and from May 2023 is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research project entitled Discursive (De)construction of Ukrainian National Identity: From Totalitarianism to Democracy contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Pascal Schneider

contact: pascal.charles.schneider(@)gmail.com

holds his PhD from Paris-Sorbonne University (Paris IV) and Saarland University,. His dissertation in contemporary History, entitled: NSDAP Member’s Sociology: the Germans’ Workers National-Socialist Party in the Annexed Territories of the IIIrd Reich (Alsace, Moselle, Eupen-Malmédy, Sudètes) from 1938 to 1944, contributes to CEFRES research area 2.

Igor Serdiuk

is a professor of the department of History of Ukraine of Poltava National Pedagogical University. Author of several books on the history of early modern Ukraine, from May 2023 he is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His project, Between Stigma and Legitimation: Illegitimate Birth in Ukraine in the Eighteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries, contributes to CEFRES’s research area 2.

Sergiy Shevtsov

Contact : sergiishevtsov{@}gmail.com

is Professor of the Department of Philosophy of Odesa I. I. Mechnikov National University. He is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project, entitled, “Borders of Transgression: Violence of Norms and Violence of Violations“ contributes to CEFRES research area 2: Norms and Transgressions.

Bohdan Shumylovych

Contact: b.shumylovych[@]lvivcenter.org.ua

is associate professor at the Department of Cultural Studies, Ukrainian Catholic University, and researcher at the Center for Urban History (Lviv). He is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project, entitled, “Late (post)Soviet Ukrainian art: Urban creative groups and their involvement with the place/space of the 1980s–1990s“ contributes to CEFRES research area 3: Everyday Expertience of Spaces.

Agnieszka Sobolewska

is a PhD student at the Warsaw and Sorbonne University. Her PhD dissertation, entitled Between Self-Analysis and Autobiography. Everyday Writing Practices of Freud’s First Disciples and the importance of intimate documents for the developpement of Freudian theory, contributes to CEFRES research area 2.

Jaroslav Stanovský

Contact : 382931@mail.muni.cz

is a researcher at the Moravian Regional Library, Brno, Department of Old Prints. His research deals with general trends in the reception of French culture in Moravia, the impact of the cultural and philosophical impulses of the Enlightenment and their development over time. His research contributes to CEFRES Research area #1.

Clément Steuer

Contact: steuer(@)iir.cz

is  from May 2021 associate researcher at CEFRES. His research deals whith political parties systems in the Midle East and in North Africa. He contributes to CEFRES’s research area 1.

Josef Šebek

Contact: josef.sebek(@)ff.cuni.cz

is assistant professor at the Department of Czech and Comparative Literature, Faculty of Arts, Charles University. As an associated researcher at CEFRES since 2023, he contributes to research area 2.
Alessandro Testa

Contact: alessandro.testa@fsv.cuni.cz

is Associate Professor at the Institute of Sociological Studies, Charles University, Prague, where since 2020 he has also led the ERC CZ “ReEnchEu” research project.  As an associated researcher at CEFRES since January 2022, he contributes to research areas 1 and 3.

Yevhenii Tkachenko

is an Associate Professor at the Department of Constitutional Law of Ukraine, Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University. His professional interests are public authority and power, human rights, rights of minorities, national and ethnic relations, citizenship and civic engagement and interactive teaching. Since 2022 he is co-founder and member of theCivic Educators’ Association” NGO (Ukraine). From May 2023 he is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences.

Ivanna Tsar

Contact: vakavaka7[@]gmail.com

is researcher of the Department of Stylistics, Language Culture and Sociolinguistics, of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. She is joining CEFRES in 2024 as an associate researcher with a non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences.  Her research project entitled « Language behavior of ukrainian youth during the russian-ukrainian war » contributes to CEFRES Research Area 1: Displacements, « Dépaysement », Discrepancies.

Natalia Tsybuliak

Contact : nata.tsibulyak@gmail.com

is an associate professor in the Department of Applied Psychology and Speech Therapy at the Faculty of Preschool, Special, and Social Education at Berdyansk State Pedagogical University, Ukraine. She specializes in researching the values of teaching and learning in higher education institutions during times of crisis, providing psychological support to participants in the educational process at higher education institutions, and studying the impact of the full-scale war in Ukraine on different groups of people. From May 2023 she is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research entitled Internal Isolation of Displaced Persons contributes to the CEFRES Research Area 1.

Dmytro Yanov

Contact : nv63115@gmail.com

is a senior scientific fellow at the sector of numismatics, Odesa archaeological museum, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. He specializes in numismatics of Ottoman Empire and other Medieval Islamic States, history of currency circulation in Ukraine in the 14th 17th centuries. From May 2023 he is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. His research project entitled Export of Cultural Property from Ukraine before and during the Full-scale Russian invasion: Analysis of the Legislative Framework, Practises of Expertise of Cultural Property, and Issues Regarding Evacuation Abroad contributes to CEFRES research area 1.

Nataliia Zachosova

Contact : natazachosova@gmail.com

is a scientist, researcher and professor at Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University of Cherkasy (Ukraine). She graduated in finance (MA), received a PhD at «KROK» University in Kyiv and held a position of senior lecturer, then associate professor and professor in different higher educational establishments in Cherkasy between 2008 and 2023. From May 2023 she is part of CEFRES non-residential fellowship for Ukrainian researchers in humanities and social sciences. Her research project entitled The Role of Education in the Security Oriented Economic Behavior of Individuals Under the Risk of Displacement in BANI World contributes to CEFRES research area 1.

CEFRES Team of Researchers 2022-2023
CEFRES Team of Researchers 2021-2022
CEFRES Team of Researchers 2020-2021
CEFRES Team of Researchers 2019-2020
CEFRES Team of Researchers 2018-2019
CEFRES Team of Researchers 2017-2018
CEFRES Team of Researchers 2016-2017
CEFRES Team of Researchers 2015-2016

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