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ÑURRICULUM VITAE

Igumnova Lyudmila
  • Born: January 8, 1975

Work address

  • Department of World History and International Relations, Irkutsk State University
  • Karl Marx st., 1, Irkutsk , Russia , 664003
  • Phone/fax: +7(3952) 24-19-74

Current position

  • Associate Professor, Department of World History and International Relations, Irkutsk State University, September 2005 – present.
  • Coordinator of Irkutsk CASE (Center for Advanced Studies and Education), January 2007 – present.

Prior positions

  • Senior Lecturer, Department of World History and International Relations, Irkutsk State University, June 2002 - September 2005
  • Vice-dean of the History faculty, Irkutsk State University, September 2003 – Sept. 2005
  • Post-graduate student, Department of World History and International Relations, Irkutsk State University, September 1999 - October 2002.
  • Trainee-researcher, Department of World History and International Relations, Irkutsk State University, September 1997- September 1999.
  • Librarian of the Rare and Ancient Books Department, Scientific Library, Irkutsk State University, June 1995 - March 1995, December 1996 – December 1997.

Education

  • Ph.D.(Kandidat nauk, History), Irkutsk State University, 2002. Title of dissertation: “New Zealand and ANZUS: on the way to independent foreign policy”.
  • Higher Education Diploma with honours, Irkutsk State University, 1997.

Courses taught at Irkutsk State University

  • Contemporary History of Europe and America (Part 1): 1918-1945.
  • Foreign and Security policy of the European Union
  • Regional aspects of contemporary international relations
  • Political systems in Asia-Pacific Countries
  • International relations in Asia-Pacific

Teaching materials

  • Contemporary History of Europe and America: 1918-1945: teaching materials. – Irkutsk, 2007. – 44 p.
  • Foreign and Security policy of the European Union: Teaching materials. – Irkutsk, 2007. – 28 p.
  • Political Systems in Asia-Pacific Countries // Collection of syllabi. – Irkutsk, 2005. – P. 55-60.

Honors, Awards & Fellowships

  • Participation in the UC Berkeley-CASE Field Development Project, University of California, Berkeley, supported by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. (April-May 2007).
  • TEMPUS –  TACIS JEP “Siberian Network of EU Studies Centers”, Trainee and coordinator (2003-2006).
  • Study trip to the University of Kent at Canterbury, UK and Free University of Brussels, Belgium (October – November 2005).
  • Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Summer University “Islam and the West”, July 2003.

Conferences

  • The 38th National Convention of the American Association for Advancement of Slavic Studies (AAASS), Washington, DC, Nov. 2006.
  • The final conference of Tempus project “Russia-EU relations”, Salzburg University, Austria (July 2006).

Training

  • “Educational and environmental policies of the EU”: Methodological school, Novosibirsk State Technical University, Russia, May 2006.
  • “Foreign and security policies of the EU”: Methodological school, Kemerovo State University, Russia, September 2005.
  • “Political system of the European Union”: Methodological school, Irkutsk State University, Russia, September 2004.
  • “History of the European Union. Economical policy of the EU”: Methodological school, Tomsk State University, Russia, May 2004.
  • Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO-University), Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, January-February 2001, April-May 2002.

Research and teaching interests
Foreign and security policies of the European Union and the USA, transatlantic relations, contemporary history of Europe and America, international relations in Asia-Pacific, history and foreign policy of Australia and New Zealand.

Languages: English – reading, speaking, writing.

Publications:

Recent publications:

  1. Between Europeanism and Atlantism: The Development of the EU’s Foreign and Security Policy and its Implications for Transatlantic Relations // EU and Russia: Face to Face: Materials of the International conference / Ed. by Larisa Deriglazova, Anselm Skuhra (editor-in-chief), Stefan Fritsch. – Tomsk, 2007. – P. 221-238.
  2. Strategic orientations of the EU and the USA and their influence on regional order in Asia // Urgent problems of law, economy and management: Collection of articles of international research conference. – Vol 2. – Irkutsk, 2007. – P. 72-74.

Other publications:

  1. Poland’s foreign policy course in relation to Iraq war // Towards Europe – Tomsk, 2005. – P. 76-80.
  2. Administrative and legal system of Eastern Siberia in late XIX – early XX century in persons and documents. – Irkutsk, 2004. -  400 p. (co-author)
  3. Evolution of New Zealand approach to the problem of nuclear deterrence // Russia and the Orient: the view from Siberia. 2004: The materials of international research conference. – Irkutsk, 2004. – P. 48-54.
  4. Trial period in allied relations: military cooperation of Australia, New Zealand and the USA during Vietnam war // Urgent problems of modern and contemporary history. – Krasnojarsk, 2003. – P.68-80.
  5. Development conception of New Zealand military forces, 2001 // Russia and the Orient: the view from Siberia at the beginning of the century: The materials of research conference dedicated to 100 anniversary of Professor S. V. Shostakovitch.- Irkutsk, 2002. – P. 94-97.
  6. Pacific regionalism and defence policy of New Zealand // To the memory of Professor Shostakovitch: memoirs and scientific articles, dedicated to 100 anniversary. – Irkutsk, 2002. – P. 263-285.
  7. New Zealand and ANZUS: on the way to independent foreign policy: Author’s abstract of the thesis for Kandidat nauk (PhD) degree. – Irkutsk, 2002. – 26 p.
  8. “Colombo Plan” for economic development of South and Southeast Asia and New Zealand participation in it. // International Relations in the University of XXI century: ways of development in Russia and abroad: The materials of international research conference. – Irkutsk, 2001. – P. 147-151.
  9. South East Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) and New Zealand participation in it // Oriental essays. – Irkutsk, 2001. – Vol.3. – P. 25-56.
  10. New Zealand “forward defense strategy” in 50-60th // Russia and the Orient: the view from Siberia at the end of the century: The materials of international research conference. – Irkutsk, 2000.- P. 44-51.
  11. Military agreements in period of Cold War: value of American Engagements concerning allies protection // Herald of the International Center of Asian Researches. – Irkutsk, 1999. – P. 330-335.
  12. The view of New Zealand Prime-Minister D. Longe on American-New Zealand conflict of the 80th // Russia and the Orient: the view from Siberia: The materials of XI international research conference. – Irkutsk, 1998. – P.157-162.
  13. New Zealand Labor government approach to security problems in the Pacific region (1972-1975) // Cultural dialogue of peoples of Russia, Siberia and Oriental countries: Materials of research conference. – Irkutsk, 1998. – P. 108-111
  14. Peculiarities of New Zealand defense policy // Materials of Baikal International Student Forum “Safe Regional Development” – Irkutsk, 1997. – P. 113-116.
  15. Antinuclear policy of New Zealand and security in Asia-Pacific Region // Materials of Baikal International Forum “Safe Regional Development”. – Irkutsk, 1996. - P.104-107.
  16. Stereotype of Soviet-Chinese threat in New Zealand in the 50th // The Orient and Russia: the view from Siberia: The materials of research conference.- Irkutsk, 1996, - P. 178-181.
  17. Creation of ANZUS alliance // Materials of Baikal International Student Forum “Safe Regional Development” – Irkutsk, 1995. – P. 75-76.