Vladislav Rjéoutski

Graduated from the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales and defended his PhD at the Institute of History, Russian Academy of Sciences (2003). He taught Russian history and translation in various French universities and worked on a research project on the social history of the French language in Russia at Bristol University. He is currently a research fellow at the German Historical Institute in Moscow (DHI Moskau). His research deals with the history of education, social history of languages, emigration and the press in Russia in the eighteenth — early nineteenth centuries. He has recently edited/coedited: European Francophonie (with D. Offord and G. Argent, Oxford, 2014); French and Russian in Imperial Russia (with D. Offord, L. Ryazanova-Clarke and G. Argent, Edinburgh, 2015, 2 vols) and Quand le français gouvernait la Russie. L’éducation de la noblesse russe, 1750–1880 (Paris, 2016). He is currently working on a book on the social, political and literary history of French in Russia, coauthored with Derek Offord and Gesine Argent (to be published by the Amsterdam University Press).