Maria Falina is currently lecturer at the Lomonossov State University
in Moscow and Ph.D. candidate of the Program in Comparative History of
Central, Southeastern and Eastern Europe at the Central European
University in Budapest.
She holds an MA in History from CEU, Budapest, and an MA in History
from Lomonossov State University, Moscow. She was research fellow at
the Institut für Europäische Geschichte, Mainz, Germany.
She has published studies on history of political ideas and political
Orthodoxism in Serbia, most recently “Between ‘Clerical Fascism’ and
Political Orthodoxy: Orthodox Christianity and Nationalism in Interwar
Serbia” in: Totalitarian Movements & Political Religions, 8/2. Her
main fields of interests are modern and contemporary European history,
East- and Southeast European nationalism and Religious Studies.