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Andrew Janco-Curriculum Vitae

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Transcript of Andrew Janco-Curriculum Vitae

Andrew Paul Janco
Curriculum Vitae
EMployment

Lecturer in Human Rights, The University of Chicago
Education
Ph.D. in History, June 2012,
The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Dissertation, “Soviet ‘Displaced Persons’ in Europe, 1941-1951”
Advisors: Sheila Fitzpatrick, Michael Geyer and Ronald Suny



Western Civilization, University of Alaska Anchorage
European Civilization, The University of Chicago
M.A. in History, 2002,
University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario



B.A. with Honors in History, 2001,
The University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

Fulbright-Hays Dissertation Research Abroad


IREX, Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Program

Research in:

Moscow
New York
Paris
Frankfurt
Bremen
London

Publications
FLAS (Title VI) Fellowship in Eastern European and Eurasian Studies
“KVN: Authenticity and Improvised Comedy in the Soviet Union, 1957-1971” in Rob Turncock and Peter Goddard eds.,
Popular Television in Authoritarian Europe
, University of Manchester Press, 2013.
“The Soviet Refugee: Problems of Imposture and Contested Identity in the Displaced
 Persons’ Camps, 1945-1947” in Johannes-Dieter Steinert and Inge Weber-Newth (eds),
Beyond Camps and Forced Labour. Current International Research on Survivors of Nazi Persecution
. Osnabrueck: Secolo Verlag, 2008.



“Autobiographical Texts and the Creation of “Second Wave” Émigré Identities” [in Russian]
Novyi Zhurnal/The New Review
no. 246 (March 2007).


“Training in the Amusements of Mars: Peter the Great, War Games and the Science of War, 1673-1699”
Russian History/ Histoire Russe
, 30, nos. 1-2 (Spring-Summer 2003): 35- 112.

2014-2012
2010-2008
2008-2005
2005-2002
'Unwilling: The One-Word Revolution
in Refugee Status, 1940-1951',
Contemporary European History
, vol . 23, no. 3 (August 2014), 431-48.

2015-2014
University Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Connecticut,
Human Rights Institute
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