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Sauvé, Guillaume

Research Fellow

  • Postdoctoral Fellow, EURUS, Carleton University


Sauvé, Guillaume


Guillaume Sauvé holds a PhD in political science with a focus on Russia and post-Soviet states from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po Paris). He was previously a visiting exchange student at Princeton University (2015-2016), a visiting fellow at the IEIM at UQAM, a doctoral fellow at the CIRCEM at the University of Ottawa, and a multi-year recipient of a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship. His work, based on a combination of the conceptual tools of comparative politics and political theory, focuses on political thought in Russia and other post-Soviet states. He has written about the emergence of Russian liberalism in late Soviet Russia and is currently conducting research on the controversial legacy of perestroika in contemporary Russia. 


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2015 « Repenser le post-communisme : entre études aréales et sociologie politique comparative »,  Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest, 46 (3), 2015. (Introduction to a special issue co-edited with Adrien Fauve, Clémentine Fauconnier, Tatyana Shukan and Amélie Zima). 

2013« Le mort saisit le vif : Penser la démocratisation comme processus autoritaire en Russie », Raisons politiques, no. 52, December 2013. 



2016« Marc Angenot. L’histoire des idées », Review for Politique et Sociétés, vol. 35, n° 1,2016, p.166-168. 

2014« Leon Aron. Roads to the Temple: Truth, Memory, Ideas, and Ideals in the Making of the Russian Revolution, 1987-1991 », Review for Critique Internationale, 63, 2, p.185-188


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