Academic publications by Early Stage Researchers
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- Loda, Chiara (DCU) 2017. “The European Union as a normative power: the case of Armenia”, East European Politics, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/21599165.2016.1230545
- Loda, Chiara (DCU) 2017. “Azerbaijan, Foreign Policy & Public Diplomacy”, Irish Studies in International Affairs, http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3318/isia.2016.27.7 .
- Loda, Chiara (DCU) 2017. “Perception of the EU in Armenia: A View from the Government and Society.” In Caucasus, the EU and Russia – Triangular Cooperation? Edited by Knodt andS. Urdze, 131–152. Baden-Baden:Nomos. – available at https://www.academia.edu/25578448/Loda_C._2016_._Perception_of_the_EU_in_Armenia_a_view_from_the_government_and_society_._IN_Knodt_M._and_Urdze_S._Caucasus_the_EU_and_Russia_-_Triangular_Cooperation_._Baden-Baden_Nomos
- Pawłusz, Emilia (Tallinn) 2017 (forthcoming). The Estonian song festival and the affective practice of join singing. In: Language Policy Beyond the State?, edited by Maarja Siiner, Kara Brown and Kadri Koreinik, Springer, http://www.springer.com/la/book/9783319529912
- Pawłusz, Emilia. (Tallinn) 2017 (forthcoming). Can musicians build the nation? Popular music and identity in Estonia. In: The national in everyday life. Identity and nation-building in post-socialist spaces, edited by Abel Polese, Jeremy Morris, Oleksandra Seliverstova and Emilia Pawłusz, Routledge.
- Pawłusz, Emilia, Polese, Abel 2017 (Tallinn) . ‘Scandinavia’s Best Kept Secret’: Tourism Promotion, Nation Branding and Identity Construction in Estonia (with a free guided tour of Tallinn airport). Nationalities Papers, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00905992.2017.1287167
- Pawłusz, Emilia (Tallinn) 2017 (forthcoming) Ethno-nationalism revisited? A journey through the new Estonian National Museum (Eesti Rahva Muuseum) in: Cultural Contestation: Heritage, Identity and the Role of Government, edited by J. Rodenberg and P. Wagenaar, Palgrave Macmillan.
- Polese, A., Morris, J., Pawłusz, E., Seliverstova O., eds., (Tallinn/ Oslo) Identity and Nation Building in Everyday, Post-Socialist Life, Routledge, forthcoming in 2017.
- Polese, A., Seliverstova, O., Cheskin, A. and P. Perchoc (2017). Consommation, identite et integration en Estonie et en Lettonie. Hermes, 77, 119-128.
- Seliverstova, Oleksandra (Oslo) 2017 (in print). Keeping Alive the “Imaginary West” in post-Soviet Countries. Forthcoming in Debatte: Journal of Contemporary and Eastern Europe.
- Polese, A., Morris, J., Seliverstova O., Pawłusz, E, eds. (Oslo/Tallinn) 2017 (forthcoming. Informal Nationalism After Communism: The Everyday Construction of Post-Socialist Identities, I. B. Tauris,
http://www.ibtauris.com/en/Books/Societysocial sciences/Politics government/Political ideologies/Nationalism/NationBuilding in the PostSocialist Region The Everyday Construction of Identity After
- Seliverstova, Oleksanfra (OSLO) 2017 (in print). Consumer Citizenship and Reproduction of Estonian-ness. In In Eds. Polese, A., Morris, J.B., Pawlusz, E.B., Seliverstova, O. The national in everyday life. Identity and nation-building in post-socialist spaces.
- Elena Zhirukhina (St. Andrews) 2017 (in print)Positive incentives to stop insurgency? Russian conciliatory tactics in the North Caucasus in Owen, Catherine, Shairbek Juraev, David Lewis, Nick Megoran and John Heathershaw (eds.) Interrogating Illiberal Peace in Eurasia: Critical Perspectives on Peace and Conflict. Roman and Littlefield International
- Emilia Pawłusz (2016). “The Estonian song celebration (Laulupidu) as an instrument of language policy,” Journal of Baltic Studies;
- Donnacha Ó Beacháin, Giorgio Comai and Ann Tsurtsumia-Zurabashvili, (2016), “The secret lives of unrecognised states: Internal dynamics, external relations, and counter-recognition strategies.” Small Wars & Insurgencies 27(3):440-466
- Egle Kesylyte-Alliks, (2016). “Discursive Construction of Lithuania’s “Others”: the Case of Belarus”, Nationalities Papers, (forthcoming)
- Oleksandra Seliverstova, (2016). “’Consuming’ National Identity in Western Ukraine”. Nationalities Papers (forthcoming, July 2016)
- Emilia Pawlusz and Oleksandra Seliverstova (2016). “Everyday nation building in the post-Soviet space. Methodological reflections”. Studies of Transition States and Societies, (forthcoming, June 2016)
- Emila Pawłusz, (forthcoming). “Language as an Object of National Passion. Reflections from Estonia.” In Language Policy Beyond the State, edited by M. Siiner, K. Brown, K. Koreinik, Springer Language Policy Series
- Giorgio Comai, (2015), “Post-Soviet de Facto States Online.” In Digital Eastern Europe, edited by William Schreiber and Marcin Kosienkowski. Wrocław: KEW.
- Ashik KC (2015), “Old legacy, reluctance and pragmatism – behind Indian-Crimean partnership [Stara spuścizna, niechęć i pragmatyzm – co stoi za partnerstwem indyjsko-krymskim?],” Społeczeństwo i Polityka Pismo Edukacyjne, 44(3): 214-224.
- Giorgio Comai and Bernardo Venturi (2015), “Language and Education Laws in Multi-Ethnic de Facto States: The Cases of Abkhazia and Transnistria.” Nationalities Papers 43 (6): 886–905. doi:10.1080/00905992.2015.1082996.
- Alla Leukavets, (2015), “The bumpy road towards the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement. The politics of two-level games”, in Evgeniya Bakalova et al. (eds.), Alles neu macht der Majdan?, Berlin: FES
- Emilia Pawłusz, (2015), Review of Performing Englishness. Identity and politics in a contemporary folk resurgence by S. Keegan-Phipps and T. Winter, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism , Vol. 15, No. 2, pp.385-387
- Oleksandra Seliverstova, (2015), Review of Protest, Reform and Repression in Khrushchev’s Soviet Union by R. Hornsby, Journal of Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 67, No. 4.
- Oleksandra Seliverstova, (2015), Review of Soviet Consumer Culture in the Brezhnev Era, Studies, Ethnicity and Nationalism, 15 (3), pp.555-557
- Emilia Pawłusz, (2015). Review of “Performing Englishness. Identity and Politics in a Contemporary Folk Resurgence”, S. Keegan-Phipps and T. Winter, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 15 (2): 385-387.
- Karolina Stefańczak and Eileen Connolly (2015), “Contested borders and women’s political representation in former Soviet states: parliamentary elections in Georgia and Abkhazia”, Studies of Transition States and Societies, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp.41-57
- Karolina Stefańczak and Eileen Connolly (2015), “Gender and political representation in the de facto states of the Caucasus: Women and Parliamentary elections in Abkhazia”, Caucasus Survey, Vol.3, No.3, pp.258-268
2012 - 2014
- Emilia Pawłusz, (2014), Review of The Power of Song: Nonviolent National Culture in the Baltic Singing Revolution by G. Šmidchens, Journal of Europe-Asia Studies, Vol. 66 No. 9, pp. 1572-1573.
- Elena Zhirukhina (2014), “Informational strategies of radical religious insurgent groups in the North Caucasus”, Politeia, Vol. 1 No. 72, , pp. 47-60 http://politeia.ru/politeia_journal/6/55 (in Russian).
- Giorgio Comai (2014), “L’Abkhazia dipende da Mosca, suo malgrado”, in Limes – Rivista italiana di geopolitica, n. 2, pp. 197–202.
- Elena Zhirukhina (2013), “International guarantees of human rights protection in the South of Russia”, in G G Matishov (ed.), Strategic Planning in the Poly-Ethnic Macro-Region under the Conditions of Uneven Development and Tension Growth. Proceedings of the All-Russian Scientific Conference (3–4 October 2013, Rostov-on-Don).
- Giorgio Comai (2013), “Sovereignty Conflicts and Minority Protection: the Case of Abkhazia” in Self-determination and sovereignty in Europe, Angelo Longo, Ravenna. [ISBN 9788880637608]
- Giorgio Comai (2012), “Youth Camps in Post-Soviet Russia and the Northern Caucasus: The Cases of Seliger and Mashuk 2010”, Anthropology of East Europe Review 30, N. 1, pp. 184–212. [ISSN 1054-4720]