Members of the Centre include faculty at the University of Aberdeen, associate members, and postgraduate students who are conducting research in subject areas which fall under the Centre's expertise.
- Professor Robert Frost (Director)
Burnett Fletcher Chair in History
The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth; history of the union between Poland and Lithuania
The political and military history of North-east Europe and the Baltic
- Professor Anthony Heywood (Core Member)
Professor of Modern European History
Russia in the late imperial and early Soviet periods, and especially
(1) Russian and Soviet foreign trade during 1914–25;
(2) the development and operation of the public railway system
- Professor Karin Friedrich (Core Member)
Professor of Early Modern History
Poland-Lithuania and the German–Polish borderlands in the early modern period
Early modern identities
Religious and urban history
History of political ideas
- Dr Amy Bryzgel (Core Member)
Senior Lecturer, Film & Visual Culture
Contemporary art from Eastern Europe and Russia from the second half of the 20th century.
- Emeritus Professor Paul Dukes (Core Member)
Emeritus Professor of Russian History
The Diary of Patrick Gordon, 1635–1699
History of the Ural region.
- Professor Chester Dunning (Associate Member)
Texas A & M University
The Time of Troubles and the First False Dmitrii; Milton and Russia.
Professor Dunning held a Fulbright Visiting Professorship in ACREEH and the Centre for Early Modern Studies, January–July 2012.
- Dr Christoph Witzenrath (Associate Member)
University of Greifswald
Honorary Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen
- Postgraduate Members
Research Project: The Zemgor Refugee Relief Organisation in Inter-war Europe.
Research Project: The genesis of the 1715 Vilnius Confederation of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in 1710–1715.
Research Project: ‘From Text to Network: Confessional Contacts and Migration between Early Modern Britain and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.’
Research Project: ‘The Army in the Woods: Sweden and Irregular Warfare against Denmark, 1643–1660.’
Research Project: Performance Art in Slovenia, Serbia and Bulgaria
Research Project: Nationality and Citizenship in modern Poland.
Research Project: Catholicism, Conflict, and the Nationalist Challenge: the Catholic Church and Nationalist Movements in Ireland and Poland 1880–1921