2002 - 2003 Senior Fellow, Center for Humanistic Inquiry, Emory University. Project: A Futurology of Human Sciences: Paradigmatic Shifts and Emerging Concepts.

2000 - Liberty Prize (awarded annually since 1999 to two outstanding Russian cultural figures living in America, for for contribution to Russian-American culture). New York, December 2000.

1999 - award winner, the International Essay Prize Contest set up by Lettre International, the European literary magazine, and Weimar 1999 - Cultural City of Europe in cooperation with Goethe-Institut. The topic: "Liberating the Future from the Past? Liberating the Past from the Future?" The ten winning essays were selected out of approximately 2,500 submissions from 123 countries in the anonymous process of evaluation by seven national juries (English, German, French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, and Arabic) and the international jury of writers and scholars.
Title of the essay: "Tempocide: a Prologue to the Resurrection of Time."
Award: 6,000 German marks and residence for two months in Nietzsche House, Stiftung Weimarer Klassik (The Foundation of Weimar Classics, Germany). June-July 2000.

January 2000. The prize of Zvezda (The Star Monthly), the leading St.-Petersburg literary journal, for the best publications of 1999: the articles "Russkaia kul'tura na rasput'ie. Sekuliarizatsiia i perekhod ot dvoichnoi modeli k troichnoi" (Russian Culture at the Crossroads: Secularization and Transition from the Binary Model to the Ternary One) and "Informatsionnyi vzryv i travma postmodernizma" (The Informational Explosion and the Trauma of Postmodernism). Zvezda 1999, No. 1, 202-220; No. 2, 155-176; No. 11, 216 - 228.

Fall 1999 - Spring 2002 Gustafson scholar, co-leader of the interdisciplinary faculty seminar at Emory University, three year appointment.

Fall 1998- Summer 2001 Inaugural recipient of Distinguished Research Award from Emory College for "singular accomplishments in research
(three year term).

August 1995   The Social Innovations Award 1995 in the category of "creativity" from the Institute for Social Inventions (London) for the electronic Bank of New Ideas as one of "the most imaginative, feasible and potentially transformative schemes." See award citation: http://globalideasbank.org/Awards.HTML#creativity.

July 1992-December 1994 $69, 500 from the National Council for Soviet and East European Research, Washington, D. C. Research: Russian Philosophical and Humanistic Thought since 1950.

Selected as International Man of the Year 1992/93, 1995/1996, 1999/2000 and 2000/2001; awarded a Decree of Merit for "an outstanding contribution to literary scholarship" by the International Biographic Center, Cambridge, England.

September 1992-August 1993   University Research Committee, Emory University. Research: Non-Marxist Trends in Recent Russian Philosophy: Structuralism, Neo-Slavophilism, and Personalism.

Summer 1992  University Research Committee, Emory University. Research: Vicissitudes of Soviet Marxism, 1950-1990.

Andrei Belyi Prize, 1991, for the best work in literary criticism and scholarship (awarded annually in St.-Petersburg since 1978; the first non-governmental literary prize established in the former USSR). See the Web site of Belyi prize http://guelman.ru/slava/beliy/premia.htm

August 1990-August 1991 Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, The Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Washington, D. C. Research: Soviet Ideological Language.


Summer 2001 - Center for Teaching and Curriculum, the development of the new course  "Gobal Culture and the Future of the Humanities."

Summer 1996   Emory Teaching Fund and Center for Teaching and Curriculum, the development of the new course "Western and Russian Postmodernism."

Summer 1995,  from REES, the development of the new course "Jews in Russian Culture."