Tatiana Kripachenko

Dr. Khripachenko received her PhD at Central European University in 2014. Her dissertation was devoted to the analysis of the concepts of autonomy and federation in the liberal discourse of the Russian empire. Presently, she is a researcher at the Southern Scientific Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Her current project examines the entanglements between the Soviet and Russian emigrant scholarly discourses of international law in 1920-ies and 1930-ies. A special part of her research considers the ideas of Andre Mandelstam and Boris Nolde about non-territorial autonomy as a means to ensure the international protection of minorities.