Policy Leadership Advocacy for Gender and Equality (PLAGE2). CIDA funded project (joint venture with COWATER International/Carleton University) Civil Society and University Education in Russia
UCGF Foundation Women and Labour Market Reform in Russia- Project Director, CIDA Project
Publications related to European/EU Studies
New Europe: The Impact of the First Decade, Vol. 1, Trends and Prospects; Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone and Piotr Dutkiewicz eds., Polish Academy of Science and Collegium Civitas, 2006, pp. 247 (in English).
New Europe: The Impact of the First Decade Vol. 2, Variations on the Pattern; Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone, Piotr Dutkiewicz, eds., Polish Academy of Science and Collegium Civitas, 2006, pp. 526 (in English).
Theory and Practice of the Civil Society in Russia (Teoria I praktika grazhdanskovo obshestva v Rosii), Piotr Dutkiewicz, Dejan Guzina and Vladimir Marakhov, eds., St. Petersburg State University, 2005, p. 269.
Basics of Local Governance, Piotr Dutkiewicz and Andrei Zakharov, eds., textbook for Grade 10 High Schools in Russia, Moscow, 2001, Municipal Power Press, p. 141.
Open to media contact
Carleton University, Institute of European and Russian Studies, Department of Political Science, 1125 Colonel By Drive
LLM, Department of Law and Public Administration, University of Warsaw, Poland (1975)
Ph.D. Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russia (1981)
Assistant Professor, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland. Teaching graduate and undergraduate courses on Politics and society in Eastern Europe and Russia (1982-1986)
Vice Chairman, National Research Project, "Local Development, Regional Development and Territorial Self-Government in Poland and Eastern Europe," Poland (1986-1989)
Senior Fellow, Centre for International Relations, Queen s University, Kingston, Canada (1991)
Permanent Fellow, Centre for Civilizational Studies, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow, Russian Federation (1993)
Assistant Professor, Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland, Tenured Position, (1994-1998)
Visiting Associate Professor, Departments of Political Studies and History, Queen s University, Kingston, Canada (1994-1998)
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada (1994-1998)
Adjunct Professor, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada (1997)
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Ottawa. Associate Director, Institute of Central/East European and Russian Area Studies(CERAS), Carleton University (1996-1998)
Professor, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Ottawa, (1998 - 2003)
Supervisor of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, Carleton University (1998-2000)
Associate Director, Institute for European and Russian Studies, Carleton University (1996-2003)
Director, Institute of European and Russian Studies, Carleton University (since 2003)
Member of the Editorial Board, Academic Journal “Politeks,” St. Petersburg University, Russian Federation (2005)
Co-Chief–Editor, Review of European and Russian Affairs (with Professor Oliver Schmidtke, University of Victoria (2005)
Recipient of the Honorary Degree, Doctorate Honoris Causa from Moscow People’s University, Moscow, May, 2006 for “achievements in scholarship and high contribution to the development of the Russian-Canadian relations” (2006)
Fluent spoken languages
English, Polish, Russian
Fluent written languages
English, Polish, Russian
Piotr Dutkiewicz is former Director of Carlton University's Institute of European and Russian Studies. He is also a Permanent Fellow of the Centre for Civilizational Studies in the Russian Academy of Science. Dr. Dutkiewicz has directed four large-scale CIDA projects in Russia and his areas of expertise include: Russia (Politics and Social Protection, Regionalism) Eastern and Central Europe, Regional Development, Political History of Eastern Europe, Postcommunism, and Women in Labour Market in Russia. Dr. Dutkiewicz participated in the Valdai Club of 40 renowned experts for high-level discussions in Russia culminating in a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.