Marco Puleri is Research Fellow in Post-Soviet Studies and Adjunct Professor of History of Eastern Europe, Nation Building and Protection of Minorities at the University of Bologna. His research interests include contemporary Russian and Ukrainian sociocultural developments and nation-building in the post-Soviet area. He is the author of the monograph Post-Soviet Hybrid Narratives (Narrazioni ibride post-sovietiche, 2016) and has written several articles on the Ukrainian and Russian cultural and social history. As a result of the research fellowship term at the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (2014) and the visiting fellowship at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (2018), Puleri has extensively worked on the integration and nation building process in post-Soviet Ukraine. From 2015 to 2017, he has been among the coordinators of the international research project (2015-2017) entitled Russia and China in the Global World. State and Society between internal dynamics and external projections. Since 2018 he has been working on a research project entitled Multiculturalism and Regionalism in Post-Maidan Ukraine.
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