Dovilė Budrytė

Professor of Political Science, Georgia Gwinnett College

Dovilė Budrytė was born in Vilnius, Lithuania. She earned her graduate degrees in International Studies from Old Dominion University, and has taught history and political science classes since 1999. She is currently a Professor of Political Science at Georgia Gwinnett College. Her areas of interest include gender studies and identity politics. Her publications include articles on various topics related to minority rights and four books, Taming Nationalism? Political Community Building in the Post–Soviet Baltic States (Ashgate 2005), Feminist Conversations: Women, Trauma and Empowerment in Post–Transitional Societies (co-edited with Lisa M. Vaughn and Natalya T. Riegg, Rowman and Littlefield/University of America Press 2009), and Memory and Trauma in International Relations: Theories, Cases and Debates (co-editor with Erica Resende, Routledge 2013), and Engaging Difference: Teaching Humanities and Social Sciences in Multicultural Environments (co-edited with Scott Boykin, Rowman and Littlefield 2017). In 2014/15, she was the recipient of the University System of Georgia Excellence in Teaching Award. She is currently working on a book Crisis and Change in Post-Cold War International Relations: Ukraine and Beyond (co-edited with Erica Resende and Didem Buhari, under contract with Palgrave Macmillan)

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