Prof. Dr. Olga Radchenko
Research associate at the European University Viadrina in Frankfurt/Oder
From November 2022 to October 2023 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).