Department of History
Visiting International Professor (VIP) Participants in the Department of History
Dr. Russell Lawson (VIP) Bacone College
Brock Academic Mentor: Dr. Murray Wickett, Chair, Department of History
Academic Term at Brock: September-December, 2010
During his stay at Brock, Dr. Lawson will be teaching a History course at the Department of History for the Fall term. As a receipient of the Fulbright Fellowship Dr. Lawson will engage in academic discussions and collaborative research activities with Brock faculty, and will also engage in a public lecture at Brock.
Dr. Olga Dmitrieva (VIP)
Department of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Faculty of History, Moscow Sate University
Brock Academic Contact :
Dr. David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, Department of History
Academic Term at Brock :
September 1, 2006 to December 31, 2006
Dr. Dmitrieva is an Associate Professor of History at her home institution, Moscow State University. During her stay at Brock, she will be collaborating with Dr. David Schimmelpenninck to conduct research, as well as teaching the first half of an undergraduate full course, HIST 2F20: The Origins of Modern Britain, and teaching one undergraduate half-course, HIST 4V46: Queen Elizabeth I and Her Court.
Dr. Alexander Shevyrev (VIP) Moscow State University
Academic term at Brock: January 1 to April 30, 2008
Dr. Shevyrev is an associate professor of Russian History at his home institution, Moscow State University. During his stay, Dr. Shevyrev is teaching a second year undergraduate course about politics, society and culture from the 19th Century Imperial Russia to the Soviet Union.
Victor Avdeev (VIP)
Moscow State University, Russia
Brock Academic Contact: Dr. David Schimmelpenninck
Academic term at Brock: January to April 2014
Professor Victor Avdeev is an Associate Professor of the Faculty of World Politics at his home institution, Moscow State University in Russia. Professor Avdeev will be joining Brock University's History Department for the winter 2014 term. During this period he will teach two courses on Russian history.