Alexandr Voronovici has completed his PhD at CEU's History Department in 2016. In his dissertation, he was exploring Soviet borderland policies in the Ukrainian SSR and Moldovan ASSR in the 1920s and 1930s. Currently, his research is primarily focusing on the issue of the memory politics in the post-Soviet de facto states. Overall, Alexandr is specializing in the history of East European borderlands in the 20th and 21st centuries. He has published widely on interwar Soviet nationality policies, separatism, and memory politics in Eastern Europe with a focus on Ukraine and Moldova. He has diverse teaching and research experience, having held positions at universities in Hungary, Moldova, and Russia.