Dmitry Dubrovsky (PhD in History) –currently Fellow, Central and East European Law Initiative (Prague).
Professor, Free University (Latvia). Research Fellow at the Center for Independent Social Research, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Dubrovsky, alumni of St. Petersburg State University and European University at St. Petersburg, founded and directed the Ethnic Studies Program at the European University at St. Petersburg from 1999-2005. He was also the founder and lecturer of the Human rights program, Smolny College of Liberal Arts and Science, St. Petersburg State University from 2004-2015. Was Academic in Exile in 2015-2017 (Scholars at Risk-Institute of International Education Fellowship).
He was visiting lecturer in Bard College (New York), Witwatersrand University (Johannesburg), and adjunct assistant professor Harriman Institute, Columbia University (2015-2017). Till March 2022 – Associate Professor, Higher School of Economics (Moscow).
Research interest – academic rights and freedoms, freedom of speech, minority rights.