Curriculum Vitae

Artem Galushko is a post-doctoral researcher in the Max Planck Fellow Group “Governance of Cultural Diversity”, funded through the Era-Net/RUS project “Post-imperial Diversities – Majority-minority-relations in the Transition from Empires to Nation-states.” He received a doctoral degree from the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, Hungary (2019). He also holds an M.A. degree in political science from the CEU. Due to a DAAD Scholarship, in 2013, he received an LL.M. degree in European and International Law at the Europa-Institut in Saarbrücken, Germany. He is also a recipient of a research fellowship of the Swedish Institute (2018-2019) and a Global Teaching Fellowship at the University of Yangon, Myanmar (2017). At UNICEF (2005-2009), he contributed to the campaign “Unite for Children, Unite Against AIDS.” As a Law Coordinator of the Soros Foundation (2009-2010), he conducted strategic litigation in the European Court of Human Rights. His duties at the National Democratic Institute (2011-2012) included organizing advocacy schools for civil society. During his doctoral studies, he wrote analytical reports for the Child Rights Foundation “Hintalovon” and the CEU School of Public Policy.

Research projects


Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

Galushko A.: „Politische Justiz in Russland. Strafprozesse gegen ukrainische Staatsbürger.“ Zeitschrift Osteuropa, Berlin, 69. Jg., 3–4/2019, S. 29–47 (2019)
(Online version at: https://www.zeitschrift-osteuropa.de/hefte/2019/3-4/)

Antonov O., Galushko A.: “The ‘Common Space of Neo-Authoritarianism’ in Post-Soviet Eurasia.” Baltic Worlds (2018)
(Online version at: http://balticworlds.com/the-common-space-of-neo-authoritarianism-in-post-soviet-eurasia/)

Galushko A.: “The Soviet Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors and its Legacy of ‘Twofold Constitutionalism’: Politically Motivated Trials against Citizens of Ukraine in the Russian Federation.” Hague Journal on the Rule of Law 8, no. 1 (May 11, 2016): 155–81. doi:10.1007/s40803-016-0026-x (2016)
(Online version at: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40803-016-0026-x?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst)

Galushko A.: (2016) “Politically Motivated Justice in the Former Soviet Union: Novel Concept of ‘Two-Fold Constitutionalism’ in Post-Soviet States.” Queen Mary Law Journal (2016)
(Online version at: http://www.law.qmul.ac.uk/media/law/docs/undergrad/14-Galushko.pdf)

Galushko A.: “Healing the Wounds of the Communist Past: Different Paths of Transitional Justice in Hungary and Ukraine.” The Costs of Democracy volume, the Law Journal of the Széchenyi István University (2016)
(Online version at: https://dfk-online.sze.hu/images/egyedi/Smuk_Costs_of_Democracy%20.pdf)

Other (Abstract)

Galushko A.: Book of Abstracts. Politically Motivated Justice in the Former Soviet Republics: A Comparative Analysis of Selected Trials in Western Europe and in the Former USSR. The Baltic University Programme, VI PhD Students Training Interdisciplinary-Multicultural-International, Rogow, Poland (2018)
(Online version at: https://www.balticuniv.uu.se/bup-secretariat-news/2019/book-of-abstracts-2018/)

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