Anton A. Fedyashin

Anton A. Fedyashin

American University

Education Background

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, History Department, Washington DC, United States

Ph.D. Russian and European History, September 2007

HARVARD UNIVERSITY, Davis Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

M.A. Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies, May 1999

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, Annapolis, Maryland, United States

B.A. Double Major: Philosophy and History of Mathematics and Science, May 1997

Teaching Background 

Assistant Professor, American University, Washington, DC                      Fall 2008-Currently

Director, Carmel Inst. of Russian Culture and History, Washington, DC  2014-currently

Adjunct Professor, Loyola College of Baltimore, MD                                Fall 2007

Adjunct Professor, Georgetown University, Washington, DC                   Spring 2005-Spring 2007

Teaching Assistant, Georgetown University, Washington, DC                 2000-2006

Research Field


Liberals under Autocracy: Modernization and Civil Society in Russia, 1866-1905 (University of Wisconsin Press, 2012)


“The First Cold War Spy Novel: The Origins and Afterlife of Humphrey Slater’s Conspirator,” The Journal of Cold War Studies, Volume 19, Number 3, Summer 2017, pp. 134-159

“Syndrome du postexceptionnalism: nouvelle guerre froide ou symptôme de guérison?” Recherches internationales, No. 108, janvier-mars 2017, pp. 45-62

“Sergei Witte and the Press: A Study in Careerism and Statecraft,” Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, Fall 2013, Vol. 14, Number 3, pp. 507–34