Republic of Moldova
Dr. Natalia Putină is Vice-dean at Faculty of International Relations, Political and Administrative Sciences, Moldova State University (since 2016), associate professor of Political and Administrative Sciences and Department of International of International Relations. Dr. Putină is also co-founder of Centre of Political and Administrative Sciences and Center for Security Studies and Conflict Management.
During her academic and research activity, Dr. Natalia Putină authored more than 70 scientific papers, published in Republic of Moldova, Romania, Hungary, Germany, Ukraine, United Kingdom, Georgia, etc. Dr. Natalia Putină has given more than 40 talks at international conferences and had reaserch and academic experiences at universities from Romania, Georgia, Poland, Portugal, as Erasmus and FP7 Marie Curie fellowships. Dr. Putină lead the research activity as head of scientific hub “The Sociology of Politics” at Moldova State University, between 2015-2017.
Her main scientific interests are in area of Ethnic Minorities, Post-Soviet Conflicts, Migration policies, Diaspora studies and diaspora engagement in development; Political participation and women engagement; Electoral Processes and Systems; Electoral behavior; Democratization in post-Soviet space.