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Dr. Andrew Baruch Wachtel

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Email: a***@***.edu
Local Address:  Bishkek , Kyrgyzstan
American University of Central Asia

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  • Ph.D.
    University of California , Berkeley
  • M.A.
    University of California , Berkeley
  • A.B.
    Harvard University
  • B.A. , history and literature
    Harvard University
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Committees, 25 May 2014 [cached]
Dr. Andrew B. Wachtel, Chair, President, The American University of Central Asia
Anzhelina Polonskaya, tr. by Andrew ... [cached]
Anzhelina Polonskaya, tr. by Andrew Wachtel
Anzhelina Polonskaya was born in Malakhovka, a small town near Moscow. Polonskaya has published translations in Descant, The Ameircan Poetry Review, Boulevard, The Iowa Review, The Massachusetts Review, Prairie Schooner, Poetry Daily, and AGNI, among others. Her work has been translated into Dutch, Slovenian, Latvian, and Spanish.
Andrew Wachtel is president of the American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Previously he was dean of the Graduate School at Northwestern University. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and an active translator from multiple Slavic languages.
SOON, 8 Jan 2004 [cached]
Prof. Andrew Wachtel is Bertha and Max Dressler Professor in the Humanities, and Director of the Consortium for Central and Southeast European Studies at Northwestern University.
A member of the Council on Foreign Relations, Prof. Wachtel is a frequent commentator on Chicago radio regarding US policy in the Balkans.
Andrew Wachtel, President, ..., 27 Nov 2012 [cached]
Andrew Wachtel, President, American University of Central Asia
Nearly twenty years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Central Asia has become a vital frontier in the global economy where the United States, Turkey, Russia, and China are all vying for geopolitical and economic influence. In a multiethnic and unstable region, Central Asian regimes are fraught with electoral corruption, stifled media, and increased public protests, with few exceptions. How should we view the dynamics of this region where a complex web of governments, international organizations, multinational companies, and military interests are all competing for resources and strategic access? What do the present geopolitical and economic trends mean for American interests in the future?
Andrew Wachtel has served as president of American University of Central Asia since 2010. He also remains professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Northwestern University, as well as a fellow at the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Prior to moving to Bishkek, Wachtel was dean of the Graduate School and director of the Roberta Buffett Institute for International and Comparative Studies at Northwestern University. During his tenure at Northwestern, he served in several positions including as director of the Consortium for Southeast European Studies and Chair of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature. Before his time at Northwestern, Wachtel was a member of the faculty at Stanford University. Wachtel received an A.B. from Harvard University, and both an M.A. and a Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.
Passport to the World, 12 Mar 2002 [cached]
Andrew B. Wachtel, professor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literature at Northwestern University, will present the final lecture on June 6, entitled "Can Macedonia Be Saved?"Wachtel will discuss the nation's long-term survival chances, and what measures it has done to prevent another major conflict in the Balkans.
Students age 60 and older who live in Oakton's district pay $45 for the series of nine lectures.Students under age 60 and those who live out of district pay $50.Proof of age and residency must be provided at registration.For more information, call (847) 635-1414.
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