Graeme Robertson
Director, CSEEES
3110 FedEx Global Education Center
Email • Phone: (919) 962-0445
 
Graeme Robertson is a Professor of Political Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His work focuses on political protest and regime support in authoritarian regimes. His most recent publications include Revolution and Reform in Ukraine, published by PONARS Eurasia (with Silviya Nitsova and Grigore Pop-Eleches), as well as scholarly articles on political institutions in authoritarian regimes, on the political psychology of dictatorship and on nationalism and identity. Graeme’s forthcoming book Putin v. The People (with Samuel Greene) looks at the social bases of support for, and opposition to Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.
 
Adnan Džumhur
Associate Director, CSEEES
3109 FedEx Global Education Center
Email • Phone: (919) 962-0901
 
Adnan (Adi) Džumhur joined the Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies as its associate director in 2015. He oversees and manages the Center’s overall operations, grant administration, event programming, and outreach. Adi received his BA in German from Sewanee: The University of the South and his MA in Russian and East European Studies from UNC-Chapel Hill. He teaches Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian in the Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages and is co-convener of the UNC Forum on Southeast Europe.
 
Kathryn Ulrich
Business Manager, CSEEES
3025 FedEx Global Education Center
Email • Phone: (919) 843-0129
 


Advisory Board Members

Andrea Bohlman, Assistant Professor • Department of Music

Erica Johnson, Director of Graduate Studies • Curriculum in Global Studies

Klara Peter, Associate Professor • Department of Economics

Hana Pichova, Professor • Department of Germanic and Slavic Languages

Donald J. Raleigh, Distinguished Professor • Department of History

Michele Rivkin-Fish, Associate Professor • Department of Anthropology

Graeme Robertson, ex officio, CSEEES 

Louise Spieler, Senior Associate Dean • School of Media and Journalism

Charles A. Szypszak, Distinguished Professor • School of Government

Eren Tasar, Associate Professor • Department of History

Kirill Tolpygo, Librarian • Slavic & East European Collections, UNC Libraries

Milada Vachudova, Associate Professor • Department of Political Science