Prof. Dr. Olga Radchenko
Since November 2022 Fellow at the Dubnow Institute.
Studied German at the Mikhail Lomonosov State University, Moscow. Doctoral studies at the Bohdan Khmelnitski State University, Čerkassy. Dissertation topic: »Intourist in Soviet Ukraine: structure, personnel, focus of activity (1960/80).« Interpreter, translator, scholarship holder of the Gerda Henkel Foundation. Research stays at the Institute of Contemporary History, Munich (European Holocaust Research Infrastructure EHRI), the European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder (Erasmus-Mundus program) and the German Historical Institute Moscow (DAAD). Olga Radchenko was involved in the research work for the development of a new permanent exhibition of the history of Buchenwald Concentration Camp and the exhibition »Dimensions of a Crime« (Berlin-Karlhorst, 18 June to 3 October 2021).