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Anna Korhonen
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Visiting Fellows 2011-2012

Institute

The 2011-2012 Aleksanteri Visiting Fellows are listed below, along with the projects they will pursue while in residence at the Institute.

Autumn 2011 | Spring 2012

AUTUMN 2011

Bogumil, Zuzanna
Academy of Special Education in Warsaw, Poland

“Novomuchenichestvo – the Orthodox Interpretation of the Experience of the Soviet Repressions”
(September – October 2011)

Zuzanna Bogumil
   

Cook, Linda
Brown University, United States

“Distributive Politics in an Electoral-Authoritarian Regime:  Health Care in the Russian Federation”
(August 2011 and August 2012)

Linda Cook
   

Gerasimov, Ilya
Ab Imperio Quarterly, Russia

“Ethnic Crime, Imperial City: Practices of Self-Organization and Paradoxes of Illegality in Late Imperial Russia, 1905–16”
(August 2011)

   

Graan, Andrew
Wake Forest University, United States

“Watching the World Watch: Political Communication and the Everyday Politics of International Oversight in Post-Conflict Macedonia”
(15 December 2011 – 15 January 2012, May – June 2012)

room 230
+358-(0)9-191 23644

   

Moran, Dominique
University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

“Welfare, Gender and Agency: Women’s Imprisonment in Russia”
(August – September 2011)

 

 

Roberts, Sean
Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, Norway

“Political modernisation, ‘virtual parties’ and the 2011 State Duma election in Russia”
(mid-October – mid-December 2011)

 

SPRING 2012

Arkhipova, Alexandra
Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia / University of Bremen, Germany

“Official and Popular Soviet Mythology: Facts, Folklore and Falsifications”
(January – February 2012)



   

Brandist, Craig
University of Sheffield, United Kingdom

“The Development of Sociological Theories of Language in the USSR 1917-38”
(mid-February – mid-April 2012)

   

Cox, Terry
University of Glasgow, United Kingdom

“Arrested Transformation: the politics of post-communist Hungary”
(April-May 2012)


   

Déak, András
Central European University, Hungary

“Russia and the Global Gas and Oil Price Setting”
mid-January – mid-March 2012)

   

Graan, Andrew
Wake Forest University, United States

“Watching the World Watch: Political Communication and the Everyday Politics of International Oversight in Post-Conflict Macedonia”
(mid-December 2011 – mid-January 2012, May – June 2012)

room 217

   

Kinossian, Nadir
University of Tromsø, Norway

“The Conceit of the Center: “Authoritarian Modernisation” in the Russian Federation”
(mid-February – mid-April 2012)


   

Maidansky, Andrey
Taganrog Institute of Economics and Management, Russia

“The Philosophical Origins of  L.S. Vygotsky’s Theory of Mind”
(May 2012)

   

Osokina, Elena
University of South Carolina, United States

“Rembrandts for Tractors: Soviet Art Export under Stalin”
(May-June 2012)



 
   

Stegmann, Natali
University of Regensburg, Germany

“Concepts in Transition: Meanings and Spaces of Late Socialism (Poland and Czechoslovakia, 1967-1981)”
(May-June 2012)


 

Autumn 2011 | Spring 2012