Zaslavskaya Natalia

PHD in history, associate professor

Bachelor of Arts in History (Utica College of Syracuse University, USA, 1996), Bachelor of Education in History (RGPU named after Herzen, 1996), Master of Regional Studies (SPbSU, 1998), Master in European Political and Administrative Sciences (College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium, 1999), Ph.D. (St. Petersburg State University, 2000)

Current position and work activity:
Since 2000 he has been working as a teacher at the St. Petersburg State University. Currently holds the position of associate professor.

Main areas of scientific interests:

European integration, the institutional system of the European Union, security problems in Europe.
Subject of the thesis: "The activities of the Party of European Socialists and the European People"s Party in the European Parliament (1994-1999)"

International activity:
1997. - College of Europe (Bruges, Belgium), seminar on European integration.
2000 - European Commission (Brussels, Belgium), internship
2001 - University of Turku (Finland), research work
University of Groningen (Netherlands), research work
2002 - 2006 - cooperation with the University of Turku (Finland)
2003 - lectures at the University of Southwestern Missouri
2006 - 2008 - lecturing at the Transboundary University

Knowledge of foreign languages:

English (fluent), French (good)

Participation in international programs and projects:

2006 - coordinator of the innovative educational project "Baltic and Nordic Studies" within the framework of the St. Petersburg State University"s "Innovative Educational Environment in a Classical University"
2006-2009 - Tempus project coordinator CD_JEP-26033-2005 "Introduction of a Master in European Integration Studies (IMEIS)"