Stefano Bianchini

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Stefano Bianchini

Curriculum Vitae

Stefano Bianchini is Professor of East European Politics and History at the University of Bologna; the director of the two-years Interdisciplinary Master of Arts in East European Studies (MIREES), a joint diploma of the Universities of Bologna, St. Petersburg, Vytautas Magnus at Kaunas, Corvinus of Budapest and Ljubljana and the Italian coordinator of the International PhD Program in “Diversity Management and Governance” of the Universities of Bologna, Graz, Koper and New Bulgarian U.

Stefano Bianchini is also the scientific co-director of the European Regional Master in Democracy and Human Rights of the Universities of Sarajevo and Bologna, and the President of the Center for Studies on East Central and Balkan Europe promoting Italian-Russian conferences since 2004. He is member of the Executive Committee and former Vice president of the Association for Studies of Nationalities (ASN) based at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York and member of the Executive Committee of the Italian Association of Slavists.

In the fall 2001 he has been a Visiting Fellow of the Columbia Research Institute of Scholars at Reid Hall and Maison des Science de L’Homme in Paris for an international collective research project on «Partitions and Dialogue».

He is an expert of Balkan issues and particularly on Yugoslavia and its successor states and an advisor of the International Criminal Tribunal for former Yugoslavia (ICTY). He is the Editor in Chief of the English Series on the Balkan and East-Central Europe, Longo Publ. House, Ravenna and the Executive Editor of «Southeastern Europe», the Journal of the «Europe and the Balkans International Network», Brill, Leiden.

He is the author, among others, of Le sfide della modernità. Idee, politiche, eprcorsi in Europa Orientale fra il XIX e il XX secolo, (Rubbettino, 2009), La Question Yougoslave (Castermann, 1996), Sarajevo, Le Radici dell’odio. Identità e Destino dei Popoli Balcanici (Edizioni Associate, 1996; three editions in Italy, the last one in 2003), and Partitions. Reshaping States and Minds, written with Sanjay Chaturvedi, Rada Ivekovic and Ranabir Samaddar (Frank Cass, 2005). He is also the co-editor of several critically acclaimed volumes in English, such as State Building in the Balkans, co-edited with George Schöpflin (Longo, 1998), Post-communist Transition as a European Problem, co-edited with George Schöpflin and Paul Shoup (Longo, 2002), From the Adriatic to the Caucasus - Viable Dynamics of Stabilization, co-edited with Susan Woodward (Longo, 2003), Reflections on the Balkan Wars, co-edited with Jeffrey S. Morton, R. Craig Nation, and Paul C. Forage (Palgrave McMillan, 2004) and Regional Cooperation, Peace Enforcement and the Role of the Treaties in the Balkans, co-edited with Joseph Marko, Craig Nation and Milica Uvalic (Longo, 2007).


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