PhD, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
Dr Myshlovska is a postdoctoral researcher at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies. She contributes to the interdisciplinary project “Nation, Region and Beyond. An Interdisciplinary and Transcultural Reconceptualization of Ukraine” co-funded by the Swiss Science Foundation and the German and Austrian Foundations for Research and administered by the Center for Governance and Culture in Europe of the University of St. Gallen. She was a lecturer and academic advisor with the World Learning SIT Study Abroad University Program “International Studies and Multilateral Diplomacy”. Also previously she held research positions with the think tanks of the World Economic Forum (the Global Agenda Councils) and the Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF). She was a recipient of a Swiss National Fund doctoral scholarship (Bourse Jeune Chercheur) in 2007-2008. Her research focuses on the management of linguistic and national diversity in Central Eastern Europe, instrumentalization of ethnic and linguistic identities and history on the post-Soviet space, and the controversies related to the commemoration of the interwar nationalist movement in post-Soviet Ukraine. In the framework of the Nation, Region and Beyond project, Myshlovska co-edited and co-authored a chapter in a volume Regions without regionalism. Rethinking Ukraine’s heterogeneity. Currently she works on the institutions which were created or mandated to work through the Communist past in Ukraine starting with Yushchenko’s presidency.