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Dr. Natalia Starostina

Dr. Natalia Starostina

Associate Professor of History

(706) 379-5140
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Dr. Starostina joined the Young Harris College History Department in 2007.  Her expertise is in modern European history. Dr. Starostina teaches a variety of subjects including modern French history, the French Revolution and Napoleon, gender and women’s history in the French empire, the First and the Second World Wars, 20th century European history, and early modern and modern Russian and Soviet history. 

Dr. Starostina was recognized for her talents in teaching with the The Exemplary Teaching Award and the Teaching Excellence Award.  She has published over thirty articles in peer-reviewed journals and academic editions, have given numerous talks in France, the U.K., Finland, and Japan, and presented my papers at over seventy conferences in the U.S. and abroad. Her current project introduces a number of new approaches to the history of “Russian Paris” by integrating the methodology of women’s history and gender, of cultural memory studies, and subjectivity.

Dr. Starostina received a Bachelor of Arts in History from the State University of Saint-Petersburg (1995), Masters of Arts in History from Michigan State University (1999) and her PhD from Emory University (2007).

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