Gennadii Korolov

Doctor Gennadii Korolov is a historian and political scientist, a senior research fellow of the Institute of History of Ukraine of the National Academy of Sciences (Kyiv) and associate of the ERC project “Non-territorial Autonomy as Minority Protection in Europe” (Vienna).

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Yanna Popova

Yanna B. Popova (D. Phil. in Language and Literature, University of Oxford, 2002; MA in Philosophy, University of Sheffield, UK; MA in Linguistics, University of Sofia, Bulgaria) has taught at the Universities of Oxford and Birmingham in the UK.

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Ai-Gul Seitenowa

Ai-Gul Seitenova is an independent consultant on Economics and Strategic Planning in Kazakhstan. Since receiving her PhD in Economics in 1987 from the Moscow Agricultural Academy, she was employed by the Research Institutes of the State Planning and Statistics Committees of Kazakhstan.

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Massimo Leone

Massimo Leone is Full Tenured Professor ("Professore Ordinario") of Semiotics, Cultural Semiotics, and Visual Semiotics at the Department of Philosophy and Educational Sciences, University of Turin, Italy and Permanent Part-Time Visiting Full Professor of Semiotics in the Department of Chinese Language and Literature, University of Shanghai, China.

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Oleksandr Fisun

Professor Oleksandr Fisun is the Chair of the Department of Political Science at the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University in Ukraine (B.A. with Highest Honors in Political Economy, 1987; C.Sc. in Philosophical Sciences, 1990, Dc.Sc. in Political Science, 2009).

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Darya Malyutina

Darya Malyutina is a sociologist and human geographer who has written about post-Soviet and Russian-speaking migrants in the West, social networks, transnationalism, ethnography, and methodological and ethical challenges of research in social sciences and humanities.

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