Alexandra Vukovich — Junior Research Fellow in Byzantine and Slavonic History and Literature at Oxford University
In the years following doctorate, Alexandra has held fellowships at Newnham College (Cambridge), the French School at Rome, the British School at Athens (Onassis Fellowship), and at the Dumbarton Oaks Research Center of Harvard University.

Her teaching covers the Slavonic world and the Byzantine cultural sphere, ranging from the Balkans to northern Europe from the 10th to 16th centuries.
At Cambridge Alexandra taught both for the History Faculty and the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages, mainly on topics in Byzantine History, and Alexandra convened a series of reading groups for Old Slavonic and Byzantine Greek literatures.

Alexandra has lectured at Oxford on the the pre-Petrine period, covering early Rus, the Mongol conquest, and Muscovy.