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Jennie L. Schulze, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
McAnulty College and Graduate School of Liberal Arts
Political Science

College Hall 507
Phone: 412.396.6483

Education:

Ph.D., Political Science, The George Washington University, 2009
B.A., Political Science, Boston College, 2001
Expertise

Minorities, Nationalism, Eastern Europe

Publications

Jennie L. Schulze. 2012. 'shattering the Glass Ceiling: Russian Perspectives on Integration in Estonia,' in R. Vetik, ed., Nation-Building in the Context of Post-Communist Transformation and Globalization, (Frankfurt: Peter Lang), 283-318.

Gerli Nimmerfeldt, Jennie Schulze, and Marti Taru. 2011. 'The Relationship between Integration Dimensions among Second Generation Russians in Estonia,' Studies of Transition States and Societies, Vol. 3, No. 1: 76-91.

Jennie Schulze. 2011. 'Contact and crisis in interethnic relations,' in Raivo Vetik and Jelena Helem-e, eds., The Russian Second Generation in Tallinn and Kohtla-J-rve: The TIES Study in Estonia, (Amerdam: Amsterdam University Press), 165-182.

Jennie L. Schulze. 2010. 'Estonia Caught between East and West: EU Conditionality, Russia's Activism, and Minority Integration.' Nationalities Papers. Vol 38. No, 3: 361-392.

Jennie L. Schulze. 2008. 'Cultural Integration and Adaptation,' in Integration of Second Generation Russians in Estonian Society: Country Report on TIES Survey in Estonia. Tallinn: Institute for International and Social Studies.
Available at: http://www.tiesproject.eu/content/view/16/29/lang,en/

Jennie L. Schulze. 2008. 'social Relations,' in Integration of Second Generation Russians in Estonian Society: Country Report on TIES Survey in Estonia. Tallinn: Institute for International and Social Studies. Available at: http://www.tiesproject.eu/content/view/16/29/lang,en/

Grants/Contracts

2012 Research Grant for Emerging Scholars, Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies

Honors/Award

2012 Presidential Scholarship Award, Duquesne University

2012 Severino A. Russo Endowed Faculty Development Award, Duquesne University