Dr Corina Snitar
- Lecturer in Central and Eastern European Studies (Central & East European Studies)
Dr Corina Snitar earned her PhD in Central and East European Studies in 2019 from the University of Glasgow. Her doctoral thesis examined the 1956 student protests in Timisoara using fresh evidence gathered through archival research and oral history. The thesis was published in the Harvard Cold War Studies Book Series by Lexington Books in 2021.
During her PhD studies, Dr Corina Snitar worked on a book project which examined women's experiences of repression in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, published by Routledge in 2018.
Dr Corina Snitar also has a Master degree in International Conflict and Cooperation from the University of Stirling and a Master in Central and East European Studies from the University of Glasgow.
- Mac Robertson Travel Scholarship, 2016
- University of Glasgow Grant, 2014 and 2015
- British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies Grant, 2015
- CRCEES Grant, 2014
- George Washington University Grant, 2014
- University of Stirling Scholarship, 2010-2011
- Perspectives on Security in Cold War Central and Eastern Europe (1945-1989) - Honours
- The “Sovietisation” of Central and Eastern Europe – Undergraduate level 1A
- Cold War 1945-1953 - Undergraduate level 1A
- Varieties of Communism and their discontents in CEE after 1968 – Undergraduate level 1B