Marina F. Bykova is Professor of Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies and the editor-in-cheif of the journal Russian Studies in Philosophy. She studied at Rostov State University, Russia (MAHons in Philosophy) and the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow (PhD in Philosophy, Dr. Habil in Philosophy). Before joining NC State in August 2000, she has served as a leading research associate at the Institute of Philosophy of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia) and held visiting research and teaching positions at the Moscow Lomonosov University (Russia), University of Cologne and University of Marburg (both in Germany),University of Zurich (Switzerland), University of Vienna (Austria), and Ohio State University. She has authored three books and numerous articles on Hegel and German idealism. Her works have been published in Russian, German, and English.
Teaching and Research Interests
Main research interests: the nineteenth century continental philosophy, with a special focus on German idealism and theories of subject and subjectivity.
Dr. Habil in Philosophy from Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia), 1993
PhD in Philosophy from Institute of Philosophy, Russian Academy of Sciences (Moscow, Russia), 1985