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Susanna Rabow-Edling, PhD  
Research Fellow, Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University; The Europe Center Visiting Scholar (former)

616 Serra Street
Encina Hall C205-7
Stanford, CA 94305-6165

srabowed@stanford.edu
(650) 724-9217 (voice)


Research Interests
Russian political thought, nationalism, imperialism (especially the civilizing mission), identity issues, and gender studies.


Susanna Rabow-Edling is a research fellow at the Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University. She received her PhD from Stockholm University and spent a year as a visiting scholar at Cornell University before taking up a position at the department for East European Studies at Uppsala. She is the author of Slavophile Thought and the Politics of Cultural Nationalism (SUNY Press, 2006) as well as several articles about cultural and civic aspects of Russian nationalism.

Her main research interests are: Russian political thought, nationalism, imperialism (especially the civilizing mission), identity issues, and gender studies.

 Susanna is currently working on a book project about three governor’s wives, who accompanied their husbands to Russian Alaska and lived there in the period between 1829 and 1864. She is interested in how they tried to fulfill sometimes conflicting roles as wives, mothers, and representatives of empire in this distant colony and how contemporary notions of womanhood affected them.