Professor of Democratic Theory,
Stasis Lead Editor

PhD in Philosophy, PhD in Political Science

ORCID ID: 0000-0003-1665-3391

Department of Philosophy and Sociology
European University at Saint-Petersburg
Gagarinskaya 3, Saint-Petersburg 191187, Russia

phone: +7 (812) 383 53 17 


December 2004 Doctor in Philosophy, The University of Strasbourg, France (Mention très honorable avec les félicitations unanimes du jury).

May 2003 Ph.D.  (Political Science), The University of Michigan.


Fall 2017 – Spring 2018    Visiting Professor, Bard College, NY, USA.

2012 – currently Professor of Democratic Theory, European University at Saint-Petersburg

2011 – 2017 Chair of the Department of Political Science and Sociology, European University at Saint-Petersburg.

2003 – 2011 Associate Professor, European University at Saint-Petersburg

2011 – currently Part-time visiting professor, Smolny College, Saint-Petersburg State University

2003 – 2011  Associate Professor, Smolny College, Saint-Petersburg State University


Demokratia. Demon i Gegemon [Democracy. The Demon and The Hegemon, in Russian] (SPb: EUSP, 2016).

Negative Revolution (NY-L.: Bloomsbury, 2013). See Reviews in: Theory and Event, Slavonica, Stasis.

Politics of the One. Edited by A. Magun. (NY-L.: Bloomsbury, 2013) .

Edinstvo i Odinochestvo [Unity and Solitude] (Moscow: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2011).

La révolution négative. La déconstruction du sujet politique (Paris.: Harmattan, 2009).

Otrizatelnaya revoliuziia [Negative Revolution] (SPb: EUSP, 2008).


Political Theory, Aesthetics, Dialectical Philosophy, Soviet and Russian Literature and Theory, Theory and History of Revolution.


Association for Slavic and East European Studies; Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy.