Organisation och personal

Vladislava Vladimirova

universitetslektor vid Institutet för Rysslands- och Eurasienstudier

E-post:
vladislava.vladimirova[AT-tecken]ires.uu.se
Telefon:
018-471 5364
Besöksadress:
Gamla Torget 3, 3 tr
Postadress:
Box 514
751 20 UPPSALA

forskare i kulturantropologi vid Institutionen för kulturantropologi och etnologi, Kulturantropologiska avdelningen

E-post:
Vladislava.Vladimirova[AT-tecken]antro.uu.se
Telefon:
018-471 7038
Besöksadress:
Thunbergsvägen 3 H
Postadress:
Box 631
751 26 Uppsala

Kort presentation

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I have worked on diverse topics that pertain to the intersection between economy, ethnicity, centralized and regional governance, human relations to the natural environment, cosmology and morality in the subarctic regions of Europe and Asia. I have extensively investigated issues of governance and use of natural resources in relation to indigenous people.

Mina kurser

Biografi

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Education

December 2006 Uppsala University, Sweden, PhD in Cultural Anthropology

1999 – 2000: MA Archaeology, Department of History, University of Sofia

1995 – 1998: BA Archaeology, Department of History, University of Sofia

Other Relevant Education

Teachers Training Course, Uppsala May 2006

Supervising MA students course (Uppsala University September 2013)

Supervising PhD students course (Uppsala University, 2014)

Academic Positions

Since January 2014 – Senior Lecturer at Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies (75%) and the Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology (25%), Uppsala University

January 2013 – December 2013 - Researcher at Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University

October 2012 – December 2013 50% employment at the Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University

October 2010 – December 2012 Researcher at 50% at Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Uppsala University, Sweden

October 2009 – September 2012 Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, The Department of Archaeology and Cultural Anthropology, Tromsø University, Norway

2007 – 2009 Research Fellow, Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle (Saale)

2004 – 2006 Associated Researcher, Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle (Saale)

2001 – 2006 PhD Candidate, the Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethnology, Uppsala University, Sweden

2000 – 2001 Research Assistant, Institute for Anthropological Field Research, New Bulgarian University, Sofia

Academic Awards

2009. Westinska Priset, Kungl. Humanistiska Vetenskaps-Samfundet i Uppsala. The Westin Prize of the Swedish Royal Society for Humanities in Uppsala, 4 February

Language skills

Bulgarian (mother tongue), English (fluent), Russian (fluent), Swedish (fluent), German (intermediate B2), French (A1)

Grants and Projects

INPOINT October 2011-30 September 2015. ’Socioeconomic Significance of Developmental Projects in Northwest Russia: the INsiders' POINT of View’ Research Project funded by the Norwegian Research Council and Tromsø Forskningsstiftelse, Tromsø University, Norway. Project coordinator: Trond Thuen.

CLUE 2009-2016. ‘Dynamics of Circumpolar Land Use and Ethnicity.’ An International Research Project Funded by the American National Science Foundation. Researcher, under the coordination of Hugh Beach.

UCRS 2010-2012. ‘Indigenous Ethnicity Rights and Moral Talk in the Russian North’. Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Uppsala University, Sweden October. Individual Research Project

The Research Council of Norway October 2009- 2012. ‘Reasserting Indigenous Life-Styles in the European North: Ideology and Post-Soviet Reality in the Case of the Russian Sami’ Individual Research Project at the Department of Archaeology and Social Anthropology, Tromsø University, Norway.

 ‘Kola Sami Herders in Post-Soviet Society: Ethnopolitics in Urban and Tundra Spaces Kola Peninsula’ 1 October 2009 – 30 September 2012, Funded by the Research Council of Norway (NFR), at the Department of Archaeology and Social Anthropology, Tromsø, Norway. Researcher, under the coordination of Trond Thuen.

Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology 2007-2009. ‘The State in Post-(State) Socialism: Budget Sector and Tundra Land Use in the Social Economy of a Subarctic Village’ Individual Research Project, Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle (Saale), Germany

BREN 2006-2007. ‘Barents Region Educational Network for Qualitative Social Research’ Funded by Nordplus Neighbour Program of the Research Council of Norway, at the Department of Archaeology and Social Anthropology, University of Tromsø, Norway. Particoant.

NOMAD 2006-2008. ‘Social-Science Migrating Field Station: Monitoring the Human-Rangifer Link by Following Herd Migration”, Research Project indorsed by the International Polar Year, funded by Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle (Saale), Germany. Researcher under the coordination of Yulian Konstantinov.

Riksbank Jubileum Fond 2001-2004: ‘Post-Soviet Political and Socioeconomic Transformation Among the Indigenous Peoples of Northern Russia: Current Administrative Policies, Legal Rights, and Applied Strategies’ A Swedish Riksbank Sponsored Research Program, Uppsala University; Institute of Ethnography and Ethnology/ Institute of Anthropology and Ethnology, Moscow. PhD student, under the coordination of Hugh Beach.

RENMAN 2001-2004: ‘The Challenges of Modernity for Reindeer Management: Integration and Sustainable Development in Europe's Subarctic and Boreal Regions’ International Research Project Funded within the Fifth Framework Program of the European Union. A researcher, under the coordination of Bruce Forbs.

Latest Field Research

September 2014. The village of Revda, Murmansk Region, Russia. Fieldwork for the project INPOINT 1 October 2011-30 September 2014. ‘Socioeconomic significance of developmental projects in Northwest Russia: the INsiders' POINT of View’. Research Project funded by the Norwegian Research Council and Tromsø Forskningsstiftelse, Tromsø University, Norway.

June 18 – July 6  2013. Fieldwork in the Kola Peninsula, Northwestern Russia, part of INPOINT October 2011-30 September 2014. ’Socioeconomic Significance of Developmental Projects in Northwest Russia: the INsiders' POINT of View’ Research Project funded by the Norwegian Research Council and Tromsø Forskningsstiftelse, Tromsø University, Norway.

April 2013. Nentskii Avtonomnii Okrug. Fieldwork as part of the international project CLUE 2009-2013. ‘Dynamics of Circumpolar Land Use and Ethnicity,” funded by the American National Science Foundation, USA.

June 2012. Kola Peninsula Russia. Fieldwork for the project INPOINT 1 October 2011-30 September 2014. ‘Socioeconomic significance of developmental projects in Northwest Russia: the INsiders' POINT of View’. Research Project funded by the Norwegian Research Council and Tromsø Forskningsstiftelse, Tromsø University, Norway.

November 2011. Kola Peninsula, Russia. Fieldwork as part of the Project ‘Reasserting Indigenous Life-Styles in the European North: Ideology and Post-Soviet Reality in the Case of the Russian Sami’ The Department of Cultural Anthropology, Tromsø University, Norway.

September 2010. Evenkia, Central Siberia. Fieldwork in the Baikit and Tura regions, part of the project CLUE ‘Dynamics of Circumpolar Land Use and Ethnicity,’ funded by the American National Science Foundation, USA.

March-April 2010. Kola Peninsula. Fieldwork in the villages of Lovozero and Krasnoshchel’e, part of the project ‘Reasserting Indigenous Life-Styles in the European North: Ideology and Post-Soviet Reality in the Case of the Russian Sami,’ supported by The Research Council of Norway.

August-September 2009. Sakhalin Island. Fieldwork among Nivkhi and Uil’ta people, part of the project CLUE ‘Dynamics of Circumpolar Land Use and Ethnicity,’ funded by the American National Science Foundation, USA.

May 2009. Moscow, attending the VI Congress of the Russian Associations of Indigenous Peoples of the North. Part of the project ‘The state in post-(state) socialism: budget sector and tundra land use in the social economy of a subarctic village,’ at Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale, Germany

1 March 2007 – 1 March 2008. 1.NOMAD ‘Social-science migrating field station: monitoring the Human-Rangifer link by following herd migration’, German IPY project, funded by Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale; 2. ‘The state in post-(state) socialism: budget sector and tundra land use in the social economy of a subarctic village’, Max-Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale, Germany

Membership in Research Networks

Since 1016. ‘Science, Validation, Partial Perspectives: Knowledge Production Beyond the Norms’ supradisciplinary thematic node at the Faculty of Humanities at Uppsala University.

2012 - 2105.Den Goda Staden’, an interdisciplinary thematic node at the Faculty of Humanities at Uppsala University

2012 – 2014. ‘Multicultural Arctic Cities’, international research network, coordinated by Prof. Toril Nyseth at Tromsoe University

2011 – 2014. ‘Rangifer Domus: Exploring the Domestication of Reindeer and Caribou’ international research network supported by a grant of the Nord Forsk Foundation, Norway, webpage: http://site.uit.no/rangiferdomus/

Since 2012. UPPSAM Network for Sami-related research at Uppsala University

 

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