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Emptiness: Living Capitalism and Democracy After (Post)Socialism

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Soviet debris: failure and the leftovers of construction

Author(s): Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov, Dominic Martin
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2021
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

Non-property

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2021
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

‘Unboxing’ capitalist incorporation: reflections from Eastern Germany

Author(s): Friederike Pank
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2022
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

Postsocialism

Author(s): Dominic Martin
Published in: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Anthropology, 2021, ISSN 2398-516X
Publisher: University of Cambridge
DOI: 10.29164/21postsocialism

On the anti-war movement in Russia: from street protests to guerrilla activism

Author(s): Maria Gunko
Published in: COMPAS Forum: Making sense of the war in Ukraine, 2022
Publisher: COMPAS, School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford

Post-Soviet Coal Mining Cities as Battlegrounds for the Reordering of Power Relations [Verfallende Kohlebergbaustädte als Schlachtfelder für die Neuordnung der Machtverhältnisse]German version (translated by publisher) link: https://berlinergazette.de/postsowjetische-kohlebergbaustaedte-als-schlachtfelder-fuer-die-neuordnung-der-machtverhaeltnisse/

Author(s): Maria Gunko
Published in: Berliner Gazette (via Le Club de Mediapart for English version), 2022
Publisher: Berliner Gazette (via Le Club de Mediapart for English version)

Embattled Futures on the Margins of the Liberal Empire

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska, Taras Fedirko
Published in: Anthropology News website, 2021
Publisher: American Anthropological Association

Ukraine mellem langsom og hurtig vold [Ukraine between slow and fast violence]

Author(s): Volodymyr Artiukh (interviewee), Niels Jensen (interviewer)
Published in: Atlas, 2022
Publisher: Atlas

Emptiness: An Introduction

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska, Daniel M. Knight
Published in: Theorizing the Contemporary, Fieldsights, 2020
Publisher: Society for Cultural Anthropology

A Ukrainian Socialist Explains Why the Russian Invasion Shouldn’t Have Been a Surprise

Author(s): Volodymyr Artiukh (interviewee), Jana Tsoneva (interviewer)
Published in: Jacobin, 2022
Publisher: Bhaskar Sunkara

Out of the frying pan and into the fire: travelling between post-Soviet crises

Author(s): Volodymyr Artiukh
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2021
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

Experimental film. Part I.

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2021
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

Experimental film. Part II. How buildings end

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2022
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

Through the fog of war: the first month of the Russian invasion

Author(s): Volodymyr Artiukh
Published in: COMPAS Forum: Making sense of the war in Ukraine, 2022
Publisher: COMPAS, School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford

On disintegration in a Russian company town

Author(s): Maria Gunko
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2021
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

The Western Left doesn’t understand Putin – or the world outside the US

Author(s): Volodymyr Artiukh
Published in: Open Democracy, 2022
Publisher: Open Democracy

In the wilderness: tuksnesī/ в пустыне

Author(s): Dominic Martin
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2021
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

Political kinship: Receiving Ukrainian refugees while bordering Europe

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska
Published in: COMPAS Forum: Making sense of the war in Ukraine, 2022
Publisher: COMPAS, School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography, University of Oxford

Dace Dzenovska. Muzeji un tukšums [Dace Dzenovska. Museums and emptiness]

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska
Published in: Creative Museum, 2020
Publisher: Creative Museum

Emptiness and Order

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska
Published in: Theorizing the Contemporary, Fieldsights, 2020
Publisher: Society for Cultural Anthropology

Good roads, bad fences

Author(s): Volodymyr Artiukh
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2022
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

Going to the country: mobility and space in the time of a pandemic

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska
Published in: "EMPTINESS website ""Field Reports""", 2020
Publisher: EMPTINESS project

Existential Sovereignty: Latvian People, Their State, and the Problem of Mobility

Author(s): Dace Dzenovska
Published in: The Everyday Lives of Sovereignty: Enacting State Agency, 2021, Page(s) 154-74
Publisher: Cornell University Press
DOI: 10.1515/9781501755767-010

Old Believers in the Manchurian Photographs of Yamazoe Saburō

Author(s): Dominic Martin, N Igaue
Published in: Japan’s Russia: Challenging the East-West Paradigm, 2021, Page(s) 239-277, ISBN 1621965759
Publisher: Cambria Press

From policy mobility to top-down policy transfer: ‘Comfortization’ of Russian cities beyond neoliberal rationality

Author(s): Maria Gunko, Daniela Zupan, Larissa Riabova, Yulia Zaika, Andrey Medvedev
Published in: Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, 2022, ISSN 2399-6552
Publisher: SAGE Journals
DOI: 10.1177/23996544221081688

The Anatomy of Impatience: Exploring Factors behind 2020 Labor Unrest in Belarus

Author(s): Volodymyr Artiukh
Published in: Slavic Review, 80(1), 2022, Page(s) 52-60, ISSN 2325-7784
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
DOI: 10.1017/slr.2021.26

Corporation, Education, and Knowing Your Station: Social Estates between a Closed City and an Oxbridge College

Author(s): Dominic Martin
Published in: Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research, 13(1), 2021, Page(s) 104-126, ISSN 2078-1938
Publisher: Laboratorium
DOI: 10.25285/2078-1938-2021-13-1-104-126

‘Not as single spies’: a review of European Social Anthropology 2020

Author(s): Dominic Martin
Published in: Social Anthropology/Anthropology sociale, 29(4), 2021, Page(s) 883-906, ISSN 0964-0282
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
DOI: 10.1111/1469-8676.13108

Review: Fenghi. F., 2020, It will be fun and terrifying: nationalism and protest in post-Soviet Russia

Author(s): Dominic Martin
Published in: Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 27(3), 2021, Page(s) 729-30, ISSN 2397-2564
Publisher: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland