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ZDES Publikationen


Antonyuk, A., Basov, N. (eds) (2021). Networks in the Global World V. Series volume in Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, 181.

Antonyuk, A., Puzyreva, K., Medeuov, D., & Basov, N.  (2021). A Technique to Infer Symbolic and Socio-Symbolic Micro Patterns. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, 181, 101-119. 

Basov, N., & Kholodova, D. (2021). Networks of context: Three-layer socio-cultural mapping for a Verstehende network analysis. Social networks, 66. 

Medeuov, D., Roth, C., Puzyreva,K. & Basov, N. (2021). Appraising discrepancies and similarities in semantic networks using concept-centered subnetworks. Applied Network Science, 6.


Acheson N. (ed.) (2020). Report on the State of Civil Society in the EU and Russia - 2019, EU-Russia Civil Society Forum.

Antonyuk, A., & Basov, N. (eds) (2020). Networks in the Global World V. Series volume in Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, 181. 

Antonyuk, A., Puzyreva, K., Medeuov, D., & Basov, N. (2021). A Technique to Infer Symbolic and Socio-Symbolic Micro Patterns. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, 181, 101-119.

Arnold, C., Flügel-Martinsen, O., Mohammed, S., & Vasilache A. (eds.) (2020). Kritik in der Krise. Perspektiven politischer Theorie auf die Corona-Pandemie. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Basov, N., Breiger, R., Hellsten, I., Mohr, J., and Saint-Charles, J. (2020). Special issue of Poetics on Discourse, Meaning, and Networks: Advances in Socio-Semantic Analysis. 

Basov, N., Breiger, R., Hellsten, I., Mohr, J., and Saint-Charles, J. (2020). Special issue of Poetics on Discourse, Meaning, and Networks: Advances in Socio-Semantic Analysis. 

Basov, N., Breiger, R., & Hellsten, I. (2020). Socio-Semantic and Other Dualities. Poetics.

Basov, N. (2020). The Ambivalence of Cultural Homophily: Field Positions, Semantic Similarities, and Social Network Ties in Creative Collectives. Poetics.   

Basov N., Antonyuk, A., & Hellsten, I. (2020). Content or Connections? Socio-Semantic Analysis of Leaders’ Communication Styles in a Creative Collective. Advances in Strategic Management. 

Basov, N., & Kholodova, D. (forthcoming). Networks of context: Three-layer socio-cultural mapping for a Verstehende network analysis. Social networks.

Belokurova, E., & Demidov, A. (forthcoming). Civil Society Dialogue in the EU-Russia Relations. In T. Romanova and M. David (Eds.), Handbook on EU-Russia Relations: Structures, Actors, Issues. Routledge.

Belokurova, E., & Demidov, A. (forthcoming). Principled Pragmatism and Civil Society in the EU Policies towards Russia. In F. Bossuyt and P. van Elsuwege (Eds.), Principled Pragmatism in Practice: the EU Policy towards Russia after Crimea. Brills Series ‘Studies in EU External Relations’, Brill.

Belokurova, E., & Vorobyev, D. (2020). Promotion of World Heritage Values: Experiences in St. Petersburg and Other Cities of Russia. Plural, VIII(2), 30-44.

Belokurova, E., & Vorobyev, D. (2020). Overcoming Depoliticization: the 2014 Local Electoral Campaign in St. Petersburg. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society, 33, 203-220.

Brennecke, G., Stoeber, F.S., Kettner, M., Keil, J., White, L., Vasilache, A., von Klitzing, K., & Radeloff, D. (2020). Suicide among immigrants in Germany. Journal of Affective Disorders, 274, 435-443.

Herrmann, G. (2020). Smart Borders — ‚intelligente‘ Außengrenzen des Schengenraums? In Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (ed.): Kurzdossier‚ Migration und Sicherheit.

Herrmann, G., & Weber, J. (2020). Game of Swarms: Swarm Technologies, Control, and Autonomy in Complex Weapons Systems. In: C. Claudia Emmert, J. Bleibler, I. Neddermeyer, & D. Dominik Busch (Eds.), Game of Drones: Of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (pp. 174-195). Berlin: Neofelis.

Koch, M. (2020). Organization(s) of the World. In M. Albert and T. Werron (Eds.), What in the World? Understanding Global Social Change (pp. 107-128). Bristol: Bristol University Press.

Koskinen, J., Jones, P., Medeuov, D., Antonyuk, A., Puzyreva, K., & Basov, N. (2020). Analysing Networks of Networks. arXiv preprint. arXiv:2008.03692

Kuleva, M. (forthcoming). Towards a New Theory of the Field of Art through Field Practice. Moscow Art Magazine (in Russian).

Kuleva, M. (2020).  Sociological Discoveries of ‘Open Systems’. In A. Trubitsyn (Ed.), Open systems. Experiences St. Petersburgof artistic self-organization in Russia. 2000-2020 (pp. 26-32). Garage Museum of Contemporary Art (in Russian).

Kuleva, M. (forthcoming). The Labor of Creative Workers: Sociological Conceptualization. The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology (in Russian).

Kuleva, M. (2020). Creative graduates’ pathways in the hybrid cultural economy of contemporary Russia. In Pathways into Creative Working Lives (pp. 67-81). L.: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Kuleva, M. (2020). The Only Place Where One Can Feel Connected to an International Context and Still Speak Russian: Hybrid Creative Work in Post-Soviet Contemporary Art Institutions. In P. Kompatsiaris, Y. Mylonas, and I. Kiriya (Eds.), The Industrialisation of Creativity and Its Limits: Values, Politics and Lifestyles of Contemporary Cultural Economies (pp. 49-59). Cham: Springer.

Kuleva, M., & Subbotina, Y. (2020). Cultural preferences of modern Russian youth (on the example of cities: St. Petersburg, Ulyanovsk, Kazan, Makhachkala). In E. Omelchenko (Ed.), Youth in the City: Cultures, Scenes and Solidarity (pp. 198-226). HSE University (in Russian).

Landsman, D., Kats, P., Nenko, A., & Sobolevsky, S. (2020). Zoning of St. Petersburg Through the Prism of Social Activity Networks. Procedia Computer Science, 178, 125-133.

Medeuov D., Roth C., Puzyreva K., & Basov N. (2020). Concept-centered comparison of semantic networks. Studies in Computational Intelligence, 943.

Miletskiy, V., & Nikifоrova, O. (2020). Evolution of Political Simulacra in Digital Society (on the Examples of ‘fake news’ and ‘post-truth’). Discourse, 6(3): 64-77 (in Russian).

Molitor, V., & Zimenkova, T. (2020). Case example: looking at Russia. Schule der Vielfalt, NRW — Rundbrief, 19(1)

Nenko, A., Belyakova, N., & Koniukhov, A. (2020). Evaluating a City’s Public Service Infrastructure Based on Online Data. In Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1242. Springer, Cham. 

Nenko, A. E., Kurilova, M. A., & Podkorytova, M. I. (2020). Analysis of emotional perception of urban spaces and ‘Smart city’ development. International Journal of Open Information Technologies, 8(11), 128-136.

Nikiforova, O. & Sokolova, E. (2020). New opportunities for youth on the labor market. Results of the IV St. Petersburg International Youth Labour Forum. Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Sociology, 13(2), 255-259.

Pierobon, C. (2020). Preventing Violent Extremism in Kyrgyzstan: The Role of the International Donor Community. Central Asia Policy Brief 56.

Pierobon, C. (2020). Global Governance, Multi-Actor Cooperation, and Civil Society. In Leal Filho, W., Azul, A., Brandli, L., Salvia, A. L., Özuyar, P. G., & Wall, T. (Eds.), Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Cham: Springer.

Puzyreva, К., Basov, N. (2020). Local Knowledge in Russian Flood-prone Communities: A Case Study on Living with the Treacherous Waters. International Case Studies in the Management of Disasters, 47–60.

Puzyreva, К., de Vries, D. (2020). ‘A low and watery place’: A case study of flood history and sustainable community engagement in flood risk management in the County of Berkshire, England. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.

Quinan, C. L., Molitor, V, van den Brink, M., & Zimenkova, T. (2020). Framing gender identity registration amidst national and international developments: Introduction to ‘Bodies, identities, and gender regimes: Human rights and legal aspects of gender identity registration’. Editorial. International Journal of Gender, Sexuality and Law, 1, 1-25.

Quinan, C.L., Molitor, V., van den Brink, M., & Zimenkova, T. (2020, Eds.). Bodies, identities, and gender regimes: Human rights and legal aspects of gender identity registration. International Journal of Gender, Sexuality and Law.

Rohde-Abuba, C. (2020). The Narratives of Local Children and Newly Arriving Forced Migrant Children about Their Mutual Contacts and Friendships in German Primary Schools. Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research, 12(3), 52-69.

Rohde-Abuba, C. (2020). The Positive Othering of Young Muslim Male ‘Refugees’ as Ideal Elderly Care Workers in the German Media Discourse. In N. Sahraoui (Ed.), Borders across Healthcare. Moral Economies of Healthcare and Migration in Europe (pp. 84-103). New York/Oxford: Berghan Books.

Roth, C., Basov, N. (2020). The Socio-Semantic Space of John Mohr. Poetics.

Siri, J., Zimmermann, F., Koch, M., Myatt, M., & Jaschkowitz, T. (2020). Twitter-Diplomacy: Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik in Zeiten von Social Media. Berlin/Köln: Institut für Medien- und Kommunikationspolitik.

Tarando E., Malinina T., Nikiforova O., Sereda V., & Pruel N. (2020) Informally self-employed in Russia: attitude to formalisation (on the example of Saint Petersburg). International Journal of Criminology and Sociology, 9, 2217-2223.

Tykanova, E., & Tenisheva, K. (2020). In captivity of the ‘neighborhood effect’: social capital and activism in new enclave housing complexes. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 23(2), 7-35 (in Russian).

Tykanova, E., & Khokhlova, A. (2020). Grassroots urban protests in St. Petersburg: (non)participation in decision-making on the futures of city territories. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, 33 (2), 181-202.

Vasilache, A. (2020). Das demokratische Paradox, Antagonismus und Agonie der globalen Ordnung: Chantal Mouffes Überlegungen zur internationalen Politik. Politische Vierteljahresschrift (PVS), 61(4), 671-700.

Vasilache, A. (2020). Cowardice and Military Security: Some Heuristic Reflections. European Journal for Security Research (EJSR), 5(2), 119-142.

Vasilache, A. (2020). Dies ist (k)ein Immunitätsausweis: Überlegungen zu Paradoxien in der Pandemie. In C. Arnold, O. Flügel-Martinsen, S. Mohammed, & A. Vasilache. (Eds.) (2020). Kritik in der Krise. Perspektiven politischer Theorie auf die Corona-Pandemie. (pp. 61-69). Baden-Baden: Nomos.


Basov, N., De Nooy, W., Nenko, A. (2019). Local Meaning Structures: A Socio-Semantic Network Analysis of Artistic Collectives. American Journal of Cultural Sociology.  

Barranco, O., Lozares, C., & Muntanyola-Saura, D. (2019). Heterophily in Social Groups Formation: A Social Network Analysis. Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology, Springer, 53(2), 599-619.

Belokurova, E., & Vorobyev, D. (2019) Overcoming Depoliticization: The 2014 Local Electoral Campaign in St Petersburg. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, Special Issue ‘Imagining a Link Between Local Activism and Political Transformation: Inventions from Russia and Eastern Europe’.

Belokurova, E., & Vorobyev, D. (2019). Promotion of World Heritage Values: Experiences in St Petersburg and Other Cities of Russia.

Brandt, K., & Zimenkova, T. (2019). Developing Common Visions? Elaborating Conception of Cohesion with Help of Deliberative Procedures in Disintegrated Urban Spaces – ZuNaMi Approach. In: Abstract Book, 14th ESA Conference ‘Europe and Beyond: Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging’, 20-23 August 2019, Manchester, p. 967.

Brennecke, J. (2019). Dissonant Ties in Intraorganizational Networks: Why Individuals Seek Problem-Solving Assistance from Difficult Colleagues. Academy of Management Journal.

David, N., Brennecke, J., & Rank, O. (2019). Extrinsic Motivation as a Determinant of Knowledge Exchange in Sales Teams: A Social Network Approach. Human resource management.

Eremenko, I. (2019). Urban Mapping of World Cultural Heritage Territories (the Case of Stralsund, Germany). The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 22(3), 141–154.

Gilding, M., Brennecke, J., Bunton, V., Lusher, D., Molloy, P., & Codoreanu, A. (2019). Network Failure: Biotechnology Firms, Clusters and Collaborations Far from the World Superclusters. Research Policy.

Golovin, N. A. (2019). Max Weber and the Great War: Personal Opinions and Essays as Historical Sociology. Russian Sociological Review (Sotsiologicheskoe Obozrenie), 18 (2), 138–145.

Golovin, N.A. (2019). Jurgen Habermas on the Powers of Social Communication: the 90th Anniversary of the German Sociologist. Sociological Studies, 6, 15-25.

Golovin, N.A. (2019). Ferdinand Tönnies and Karl Marx: About the Beginning of Marxism Academic Study. Sociological Studies, 8, 114-123.

Golovin, N. A. (2019). Barriers of the Reception of Niklas Luhmann’s Communicative Sociology. Communications. Media. Design, 3(4), 68-84.

Harvey, B. (ed.) (2019). Report on the State of Civil Society in the EU and Russia - 2018, EU-Russia Civil Society Forum.

Haunschild, R., Leydesdorff, L., Bornmann, L., Hellsten, I., & Marx, W. (2019). Does the Public Discuss Other Topics on Climate Change than Researchers? A Comparison of Explorative Networks Based on Author Keywords and Hashtags. Journal of Informetrics, 13(2), 695-707.

Hellsten, I. R., Opthof, T., & Leydesdorff, L. A. (forthcoming). N-mode Network Approach for Socio-Semantic Analysis of Scientific Publications. Poetics.

Hellsten, I., Jacobs, S., & Wonneberger, A. (2019). Active and Passive Stakeholders in Issue Arenas: A Communication Network Approach to the Bird Flu Debate on Twitter. Public Relations Review, 45(1), 35-48.

Herrmann, G. (forthcoming). Smart Borders – ‚Intelligente‘ Außengrenzen des Schengenraums? In Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung (Ed.): Online-Dossier ‚Migration und Sicherheit‘.

Herrmann, G., & Vasilache, A. (forthcoming). Grenze, Staat und Staatlichkeit. In M. Klessmann, D. Gerst, & H. Krämer (Eds.), Grenzforschung: Handbuch für Wissenschaft und Praxis. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Kaasch, A., Koch, M., & Martens, K. (2019). Exploring Theoretical Approaches to Global Social Policy Research: Learning from International Relations and Inter-Organisational Theory. Global Social Policy, 19 (1-2), 87-104.

Karber, A., Sevdiren, G., Heberle, K., Schröter, A., Bartz, J., & Zimenkova, T. (forthcoming). University Didactic Considerations of Differential Reflexive Teacher Education. Kongressband des 26. DGfE-Kongresses (in German).

Kretser, I. (2019). Care Across Generations. Solidarity and Sacrifice in Transnational Families, by K.E. Yarris, Kristin E. Social Anthropology, 27(2), 401-402.

Kuleva, M. (2019). Turning the Pushkin Museum into a ‘Russian Tate’: Informal creative labour in a transitional cultural economy (the case of privately funded Moscow art centres). International Journal of Cultural Studies., 22(2), 281-297.

Kuleva, M. (2019). Creative Graduates’ Pathways in the Hybrid Cultural Economy of Contemporary Russia, in: Pathways into Creative Working Lives. L.: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kuleva, M., & Masalova, A. (2019). The Soviet Underground Outcrops: a Transitional Field of Contemporary Art in Post-Soviet Russia. Zivot Umjetnosti.

Molitor, V. (2019). Non-Cis* Citizens and Border Crossings: The Effects of the Heteronormative Gender Regimes on Practices of Border Controls and Border Crossing by Non-Cis Individuals. In: Abstract Book, 14th ESA Conference „Europe and Beyond: Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging“, 20-23 August 2019, Manchester, p. 521.

Molitor, V., & Zimenkova, T. (2019). Loyalty, Overperforming and Imposed Expertise: LGBTQ* - Identities and Everyday Work in the Police. In J. Gruhlich and M. Seeliger (Eds.), Intersectionality, work and organization. Anthology in the series Working Society in Change (114-129). Verlag Beltz Juventas.

Muntanyola-Saura, D., Barranco, O., & Vacchiano, M. (2019). Inequality Beyond Networking: Personal Networks and Mobilization of Contacts by Young Job Seekers in Barcelona. Revista Española de Sociología, 28(2).

Muntanyola-Saura, D., & Fernández, M. (2019). The Place of Religious Brokerage: A Mixed-methods Approach. Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas, 165.

Nenko, A. (forthcoming). Sociocultural Design as a Technology for Urban Development. Urbanistika, 4 (in Russian).

Nenko, A., Koniukhov, A., & Petrova, M. (2019). Areas of Habitation in the City: Improving Urban Management based on Check-in Data and Mental Mapping. Communications in Computer and Information Science, Vol. 947, 235-248.

Nikiforova, O. (2019). Public Perception of Corruption Level in Professional Spheres. Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Sociology, 12(1), 51-66.

Nikiforova, O. & Sokolova, E. (2019). Career Trajectories of Youth. Results of the III St Petersburg Youth Labor Forum. Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Sociology, 12(2), 207-211.

Pierobon, C. (2020). Global Governance, Multi-Actor Cooperation, and Civil Society. In: W. Leal Filho, A. Azul, L. Brandli, P. Özuyar, & T. Wall (Eds.), Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions: Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Cham: Springer.

Pierobon, C. (2019). The Power of Civil Society in the Middle East and North Africa: Peace-building, Change, and Development. Abington: Routledge (edited with Natil, I. and Tauber, L.).

Pierobon, C. (2019). Introducing Civil Society. In: I. Natil, C. Pierobon, & L.Tauber (Eds.), The Power of Civil Society in the Middle East and North Africa: Peace-building, Change, and Development. Abingdon: Routledge.

Pierobon, C. (2019). The EU, Civil Society, and Social Capital in Kazakhstan: A Pilot Evaluation of the EIDHR and NSA/LA. Journal of Evaluation, 25 (2), 207-223.

Pierobon, C. (2019). Promoting Sustainable Development Through Civil Society: A Case Study of the EU’s NSA/LA Thematic Program in Kyrgyzstan. Development Policy Review, 37, 179-192.

Pivovarov, A. M. (2019). Sociology of the Body in Search of its Identity: Analysis of Research Programs. Sociological Journal, 25(4), 9–27.

Pivovarov, A. M., & Tkachuk, D. V. (2019). Capitalization of Body in Modern Music Videos. Diskurs, 2, 78-89.

Rohde-Abuba, C. (2019). Childhood in Germany - a Question of Social Participation? Results of the World Vision Children's Study 2018. Kindesmisshandlung und –vernachlässigung: Interdisziplinäre Fachzeitschrift für Prävention und Intervention, 22 (2), 172-179 (in German).

Rohde-Abuba, C., Vennmann, S., & Zimenkova, T. (2019). The Destruction of the Heterosexual Family? The Discourse of Opponents of the Gender Mainstreaming Educational Curriculum in Baden-Württemberg, Germany. Sexuality & Culture 23(3), 718-736.

Roth, C., & Basov, N. (forthcoming) The Socio-Semantic Space of John Mohr. Poetics.

Rudikowa, L., Myslivec, O., Sobolevsky, S., Nenko, A., & Savenkov, I. (2019). The Development of a Data Collection and Analysis System Based on Social Network Users' Data. Procedia Computer Science, Vol. 156, 194-203.

Schröter, A., & Zimenkova, T. (2019). Norm and Normality. Reflection of the Positions of Prospective Teachers Within the Power Field School and Creation of Non-Normative Spaces in Teaching. Herausforderung Lehrer_innenbildung – Zeitschrift zur Konzeption, Gestaltung und Diskussion (HLZ), 47-62 (in German).

Tykanova, E., & Khokhlova, A. (2019). Grassroots Urban Protests in St Petersburg: (Non)Participation in Decision-Making on the Futures of City Territories. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society, 1-22.

Tykanova, E.V., & Khokhlova, A.M. (2019). Interaction Configuration of St Petersburg Social Movements Organizations Aimed at Improving the Urban Environment Quality. Social Area, 5(22).

van den Heijkant, L., van Selm, M., Hellsten, I., & Vliegenthart, R. (2019). Intermedia Agenda Setting in a Policy Reform Debate. International Journal of Communication: IJoC, 13, 1890-1912.

Vasilache, A. (2019). Security in the Sovereignty-Governmentality Continuum. Cambridge Review of International Affairs (CRIA), 32 (6), 681-711.

Vasilache, A. (2019). Globalization and Alienation: A Short Essay. In Psychoanalytische Familientherapie: Zeitschrift für Paar-, Familien- und Sozialtherapie, 20 (II), 11-22 (in German).

Vasilache, A. (2019). Fixing Missions: Überlegungen zu einem Typus des demokratischen Krieges zwischen liberalem Interventionismus und demokratischer Imperialität. In E. M. Hausteiner & S. Huhnholz (Eds.), Imperien verstehen: Theorien, Typen, Transformationen (pp. 129-168). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Vasilache, A. (2019). Dissens/Konflikt/Kampf. In D. Comtesse, O. Flügel-Martinsen, F. Martinsen & M. Nonhoff (Eds.), Radikale Demokratietheorie. Ein Handbuch (pp. 492-503). Berlin: Suhrkamp.

Vasilache, A., & Molitor, V. (2019). Das Zentrum für Deutschland- und Europastudien (ZDES/CGES). Lehren, Lernen und Forschen in St Petersburg. In V. Kruse V & T. Strulik (Eds.) Hochschulexperimentierplatz Bielefeld – 50 Jahre Fakultät für Soziologie. Bielefeld: transcript; 2019: 145-156.

Veselov, Y., Nikiforova, O., & Chernov, G. (2019). Social Distinctions in Food Consumption and Health of Urban and Rural Population (Saint Petersburg and the Leningrad Region). Society: sociology, psychology, pedagogics, 10.

Yakimuk I., Mityagin S., & Nenko A. (2019). Modelling Behavioral Patterns of Drug Addiction Based on Sociological Data. Procedia Computer Science, Vol. 156, 214-224.

Yamilova, V.V., Shnyrev, A.A., & Nenko, A. (2019). Modern Criteria for Planning and Designing Urban Pedestrian Streets. History of Science and Technology, 6, 10-16.

Zhelnina, A., & Tykanova, E. (2019). Formal and Informal Civic Infrastructure: Contemporary Studies of Urban Local Activism in Russia. The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 22(1), 162–192 (in Russian).

Zimenkova, T., & Molitor, V. (2019). Discussing and Theorising the Conceptual Gap between LGBTTIQ Identities and Community-Belonging on the Example of LGBTTIQ Police Officers. In: Abstract Book, 14th ESA Conference ‘Europe and Beyond: Boundaries, Barriers and Belonging’, 20-23 August 2019, Manchester, p. 524.


Akifyeva R., Alieva A. (2018). The influence of student ethnicity on teacher expectations and teacher perceptions of student warmth and competence. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 11 (1), 106-124.

Albert, M., & Vasilache, A. (2018). Governmentality of the Arctic as an International Region. Cooperation and Conflict, 53 (1), 3-22.

Antonyuk A. (2018). The Changing Meaning of Privacy in Information Technology Debates: Evidence from the Internet Governance Forum. In: Bodrunova S. (eds) Internet Science. INSCI 2018. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 11193, 92-100.

Antoshchuk, I.(2018). Female computer scientists from Post-Soviet space: migration and academic career in the UK. Centre for Science and Technology Studies (CWTS).

Barranco, O., Lozares, C., & Muntanyola-Saura, D. (2018).Heterophily in social groups formation: a social network analysis. Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology, Springer, 53(2), 599-619.

Bartz, J., Delucchi Danhier, R., Mertins, B., Schüppel, K. C., Welzel, B., & Zimenkova, T.(2018).On the way to relocation: language, object culture and religion in transcultural Germany. In B. Welzel & S. Hussmann (Eds.) Challenges of Heterogeneity and Diversity in Teacher Education (pp. 179 – 194). DoProfil (Arbeitstitel) Waxmann (in German).

Basov, N. (forthcoming). The Ambivalence of Cultural Homophily. Field Positions, Semantic Similarities, and Social Network Ties in Creative Collectives. Poetics. 

Basov, N. (2018). Socio-Material Network Analysis: A Mixed Method Study of Five European Artistic Collectives.  Social Networks, 54, 179-195.

Basov, N., Minina, V. (2018) Personal Communication Ties and Organizational Collaborations in Networks of Science, Education and Business. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 32 (3), 373-405.

Belokurova, E., & Vorobyev, D.(2018) Overcoming Depoliticization: The 2014 Local Electoral Campaign in St. Petersburg. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society.

Beuter, C., Schlegel, S., Vennmann, S. & Zimenkova, T.(2018). TU@ Adams Corner – Political science content in international classes as a challenge and opportunity for political didactics? Politischer Lernen, Vol. 3-4,65-68 (in German).

Brennecke, J., & Stoemmer, N. (2018). The Network-Performance Relationship in Knowledge-Intensive ContextsA Meta-Analysis and Cross-Level Comparison. Human Resource Management, 57(1), 11-36. 

Chernysheva, L.(2018). Bikesharing out of a cycling policy: a new urban infrastructure and the relation between the mobile policy and technology. The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 21(3), 170-200 (in Russian).

Doempke S. (Ed.) (2018). World Heritage Watch: Report 2018. WHW.

Estany, A., Muntanyola, D., & Casacuberta, D. (2018). The relevance of cognitive resources in a synchronized swimming training: the case of scaffolding and affordances. ArtefaCToS. Revista de estudios sobre la ciencia y la tecnología, 7(1), 51-73 (in Spanish).

Flügel-Martinsen, O., Kramer, K., & Vasilache, A. (2018). Border processes in world society: theoretical remarks on the concept of the border. Berliner Debatte Initial, 29 (1), 12-25 (in German).

Grigoryeva, I., Zemnukhova, L., & Tykanova, E.(2018). What do sociologists worry about: 25 years of St. Petersburg Association of Sociologists. Sociological studies, 4(408), 161-163 (in Russian).

Harvey, B., & Belokurova, E. (Eds.) (2018). Report on the State of Civil Society in the EU and Russia - 2018, EU-Russia Civil Society Forum (in English and in Russian).

van der Hel, S., Hellsten, I. R., & Steen, G. J.(2018). Tipping points and climate change: metaphor between science and the media. Environmental Communication, 12(5), 605-620.

Herrmann, G. (2018). Reflexive Sicherheit, Freiheit und Grenzmanagement in der Europäischen Union: Die Reterritorialisierung emergenter Bedrohungsgefüge. Wiesbaden: SpringerVS (in German).

Karapetyan, R., & Nikiforova, O.(2018). Youth in the Labour Market of St. Petersburg: Dynamics of Key Indicators. Vestnik MIRBIS, 14(14), 124-131 (in Russian).

Koch, M., & Geiger, M. (2019). World Organization in Migration Politics: The International Organization for Migration.Journal of International Organizations Studies, 9 (1) 

Kotelnikov, K.(forthcoming). Crime in ‘Russian Berlin’ 1919-1933: Underworld of emigration in the context of socioeconomic adaptation. Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas(in German).

Kotelnikov, K.(forthcoming). The number of Russian first ‘wave’ emigration in Germany and ‘Russian Berlin’ in the 1920s. Herald of the archivist (in Russian).

Kuleva, M.Turning Pushkin Museum into ‘Russian Tate’: Informal Creative Labour in Transitional Cultural Economy (the Case of Privately Funded Moscow Art-centres). International Journal of Cultural Studies, 1-17. 

Kuleva, M. (2018) Cultural administrators as creative workers: the case of public and non-governmental cultural institutions in St. Petersburg. Cultural Studies, 32 (5), 727-746.

Menshikova A., Maglevanaya D., Kuleva M., Bogdanova S., Alekseev A. (2018) Art Critics and Art Producers: Interaction Through the Text. In: Alexandrov D., Boukhanovsky A., Chugunov A., Kabanov Y., Koltsova O. (eds) Digital Transformation and Global Society. DTGS 2018. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 859. Springer, Cham.

Muntanyola‐Saura, D., & Sánchez‐García, R. (2018). Distributed Attention: A Cognitive Ethnography of Instruction in Sport Settings. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 48(4), 433-454.

Nenko A., Petrova M. (2018) Emotional Geography of St. Petersburg: Detecting Emotional Perception of the City Space. In: Alexandrov D., Boukhanovsky A., Chugunov A., Kabanov Y., Koltsova O. (eds) Digital Transformation and Global Society. DTGS 2018. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 859. Springer, Cham.

Nenko A., Konyukhov A., Mityagin S. (2018) Urban Data and Spatial Segregation: Analysis of Food Services Clusters in St. Petersburg, Russia. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), 10862, 683-690.

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Nikiforova, O.(2018). The Public Nature of Employment: A Sociological Approach. Theory and Practice of Social Development, 1(119), 30-34 (in Russian).

Nikiforova, O.(2018). V. Elmeev in the memory of followers. Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University. Sociology, 11(1), 4-11 (in Russian).

Nikiforova, O., Tarando, E., Mishalchenko, Y., Borisov, A., Pruel, N., & Malinina, T. (2018). Strategies for Cooperation Between Business and Higher Education for Attracting Graduates to a Large Enterprise of an International Corporation in the Conditions of a Russian Monotown. Espacios, 39(10).

Petrova M., Nenko A. (2018) Urban Emptiness as a Resource for Sustainable Urban Development. Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, 29 (3), 388-405.

Pierobon, C. (2018). The Development of Civil Society in Post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan: An Analysis of the National and International Context. Annali di Ca’ Foscari. Serie orientale, 54 (1), 107-133 (DOI 10.30687/annor/2385-3042/2018/01/006).

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Pivovarov, A., & Tkachuk, D. (forthcoming). Capitalization of physicality in a modern music video. Discourse, 2 (in Russian).

Rohde-Abuba C. The discourse on the integration of male 'refugees' into public and private elderly care homes in the context of the current care crisis in Germany. SSRN Electronic Journal.

Romasanta, A., van der Sijde, P., Hellsten, I. R., Hubbard, R., Keseru, G., van Muilwijk-Koezen, J., & de Esch, I.(2018). When fragments link: A bibliometric perspective on the development of fragment-based drug discovery. Drug discovery today, 23(9), 1596-1906.

Rudikowa, L., Denilchik, V., Savenkov, I., Nenko, A., & Sobolevsky, S. (2018).General concept of the storage and analytics system for human migration data. Communications in Computer and Information Science, 858, 266-276.

Schierjott, I., Brennecke, J., & Rank, O. N. (2018). Entrepreneurial Attitudes as Drivers of Managers' Boundary-Spanning Knowledge Ties in the Context of High-Tech Clusters. Journal of small business management, 56, 108-131.

Shatalova, A., & Tykanova, E. (2018). Informal practices of the public hearing participants (the case of Saint Petersburg. The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 21(4), 63-84 (in Russian).

Tykanova, E. (forthcoming). Modern studies of Russian cities. In G. Eremicheva (Ed.), The transformation of the Russian city: the daily and working life of citizens(in Russian).

Tykanova, E., & Khokhlova, A. (forthcoming). The family context of housing loans in Russia: the case of mortgage holders. In G. Eremicheva (Ed.), The transformation of the Russian city: the daily and working life of citizens(in Russian).

Tykanova, E., & Khokhlova, A. (forthcoming). Social configurations of urban communities: Russian and foreign experience. In G. Eremicheva (Ed.), The transformation of the Russian city: the daily and working life of citizens(in Russian).

Tykanova E., Khokhlova A.M. Grassroots urban protests in St. Petersburg: (non)participation in decision-making on the futures of city territories // International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society. 2018 (in press)

Van der Hel, S., Hellsten, I. R., & Steen, G. J. (2018). Tipping points and climate change: metaphor between science and the media. Environmental Communication, 12 (5), 605-620.

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Veselov, Yu. V., Nikiforova, O. A., Jin, Ts., Karapetyan, R. V., Lebedintseva, L. A., Smelova, A. A., ... Sabirov, I. V.(2018). Sociology of nutrition and public health. St. Petersburg: Skifiya-print (in Russian).

Vlasov, N. (2018). Alfred von Waldersee. Issues of history, 8,26 – 41 (in Russian).

Vlasov, N.(forthcoming). Alfred von Waldersee's chancellor ambitions: the problem of a personal diary as a historical source. Petersburg historical journal, 1 (in Russian).

Zimenkova, T., Szukala, A., Brandt, K., Marej, K., Tiefenthal, G., & Durczak, M.(2018). ‘ZuNaMi: Creating Cohesion Narratives with Disintegrated Urban Communities. First work in progress report’. A conference paper for XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology, RC03 Community Research (host committee) Session on ‘Populism and Community Research’. Toronto, Canada, July 15-21, 2018.


Akifyeva, R. (2017). Structured children’s activity in the context of the child-rearing strategies of Russian-speaking women in Madrid. XVII April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development, 19 – 22 April 2016, St. Petersburg. Moscow: Higher School of Economics printing house.

Akifyeva, R. (2017). Child-rearing Practices of Russian-speaking Women in Madrid: The Effects of the Neighbourhood and Migration Specificity. Urban Studies and Practices, I (2), 85-102.

Akindinova, N., Yakobson, L., Abankina, I., Abankina, T., Nenko, A., and Shchukin, D.  (2017). Russian Post-industrial export: challenges and perspectives. April International Academic Conference on Economic and Social Development, 11-14 April 2017, Moscow. Moscow: Higher School of Economics printing house.

Albert, M. & Vasilache, A. (2017). Governmentality of the Arctic as an international region. Cooperation and Conflict. Online first. 

Antonyuk, A. (2017). Decentralized internet governance: analysis of discursive characteristics. Kazan socio-humanitarian bulletin, 6, 4-8.

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Basov, N., Brennecke, J. (2017). Duality beyond Dyads: Multiplex patterning of social ties and cultural meanings in "Structure, Content and Meaning of Organizational Networks: Extending Network Thinking", ed. by Peter Groenewegen, Julie E. Ferguson, Christine Moser, John W. Mohr, Stephen P. Borgatti. Research in the sociology of organizations, 53, 87-112.

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Belokurova, Elena (ed.) (2017). 2016 Report on the State of Civil Society in the EU and Russia, EU-Russia Civil Society Forum.

Belokurova, E. (2017). A Russian Perspective on Global Governance. In Anna Triandafyllidou (Ed.), Global Governance from Regional Perspectives: A Critical View (pp. 141-160). Oxford University Press.

Demidov, A. & Belokurova, E. (2017). Civil Society and the Russian Foreign Policy: Excluded ‘Foreign Agents’ and Pro-Kremlin Policy Implementers. In D. Lettinga, L. van Troost (Eds.), Shifting Power and Human Rights Diplomacy (pp. 85-96). Volume on Russia, Amnesty Int. Netherlands. 

Golofast, A. Transgenerational supranationality spiral: impact of exogenous shocks (pp. 199-220). In Julia M. Puaschunder (Ed.), Intergenerational Responsibility in the 21st Century. Vernon Press.  

Halauniova A.V. & Chernysheva L.A. (2017) Plastic, bicycles and urban citizenships: two cases of urban infrastructures’ reorganization in St. Petersburg. The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 20(3), 7–31.

Herrmann, G. & Vasilache, A. (2017). Democratic War and Liberal Violence: On Ending the "Silent Treatment" Between Democratic War Research and Governmentality Studies. In C. Neuhäuser, C. Schuck (Eds.), Military Interventions: Considerations from Philosophy and Political Science. (pp. 239 – 261). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Koch, M. (2017). International Organisations in the Global Society. Frankfurt am Main/New York: Campus. 

Kuleva M. Turning Pushkin Museum into “Russian Tate”: Informal Creative Labour in Transitory Cultural Economy (the Case of Privately Funded Moscow Art-centres). European Journal of Cultural Studies. 

Kuleva, M. & Maglevanaya, D.  (2017). The Dynamics of Professional Prestige in Fashion Industries of Europe and the US: Network Approach. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 10539, 31-40. 

Kuleva, M. & Maglevanaya, D.   (2017). Fashion Bloggers as Cultural Intermediaries: The Meaning of Brand Choices in Style ProductionIn:  D. Alexandrov, A. Boukhanovsky, A. Chugunov, Y. Kabanov, O. Koltsova (Eds.) Digital Transformation and Global Society (p. 45-54)DTGS 2017, CCIS 745, Springer International Publishing.

Kuleva, M. (2017). Transformation of Creative Employment: A Case Study of Moscow Non-Governmental Art Centers. Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes, 2, 50-62.

Molitor, V. & Zimenkova, T. (2017). LGBTQI police officers going public? An interplay of gender regimes, LGBTQI identities, authority belonging and activism. Paper for 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, panel on LGBTQI Rights, Sexuality and Politics. ECPG, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 8–10 June 2017.  

Molitor, V. & Zimenkova, T. (2017). LGBT-Police officers: An empirical study on everyday working life. – Zusammenfassung der ersten Ergebnisse. University Bielefeld/TU Dortmund – Working Paper 

Nenko, A. (2017). Starting a Creative City from Below: Artistic Communities in St. Petersburg as Actors of Urban Change. GeoJournal library, XVI, 241-260.

Nenko, A., Khokhlova, A., & Basov, N. (2017). Communication and Knowledge Creation in Urban Spaces: The Tactics of Artistic Collectives. In G. Aiello, M. Tarantino and K. Oakley (Eds.), Communicating the City: Meanings, Practices and Interactions (pp. 165-181). Urban communication series. Vol. 4. Peter Lang.

Pachenkov, O., Yashina, A., Shchukin D., Nenko, A., Verkeev, A., and Platonova, Y. (2017). New city economies. Economic culture of the metropole: Center for Economic Research of the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences SPbSU, 5, 70-130.

Pierobon, C(2017). The European Union and Sustainable Development in Kyrgyzstan: The Role of Civil Society. In Contemporary Global Trends: Challenges and Risks for Central Asia (pp. 41-52). Almaty: German-Kazakh University. 

Pierobon, C. (2017). German Political Foundations in Central Asia: Promoting Democracy Through Civil Society. European Journal of Social Sciences Education and Research, 9 (1), 80 – 86.

Pierobon, C. (2017). Music and youth movements in Russia. Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West – RGOW 2017 (1). 

Pivovarov, A. M. (2017). Contemporary Trends of Rationalization of Sexuality: Russian Context. SPbSU Bulletin, 10 (1), 26-140.

Pivovarov, A. M. (2017). Business communication: Socio-psychological aspects. Moscow: INFRA-M.

Rohde-Abuba, C. (2017). Narratives of Not Belonging: The Symbolic and Functional Meaning of Language Use in the Relation of Russian Au Pair Migrants to the Russian-Speaking Community in Germany. Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research, 9 (1), 62 – 89.

Tykanova, E.V. (2017). The city as a territory of inequality: contestation of garage spots demolition. St. Petersburg. Petersburg Sociology Today, 8, 54-72.

Tykanova, E. V. & Khokhlova, A. M. (2017). Between the Political and the Apolitical: The Forms of Participation of Local Communities in the Defense of Urban Territories. In Modern city: Power, governance, economy (p. 226-245). Perm: Perm national research polytechnic university.

Tykanova, E. V. & Khokhlova, A. M. (in press). Grassroots urban protests in St. Petersburg: (non)participation in decision-making on the futures of city territories. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society.

Vasilache, A. (2017). The European crisis as a common machine of uncertainty. In C. Kopke, W. Kühnel (Eds.), Demokratie, Freiheit und Sicherheit: Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Hans-Gerd Jaschke (pp. 11 – 26). Baden-Baden: Nomos. 

Vasilache, A. (2017). Authoritarianism and Security in Central Asia. Neue Gesellschaft/Frankfurter Hefte: International Quarterly Edition (1), 25 – 29.

Vasilkova, V. V. & Pivovarov, A. M. (2017). Social Communications: Professional and Everyday Practices. Sociological Studies, 10, 159-160.

Vorobyeva, O. (in press). Designing for emotions. An overview of tools common in Russian larps. Knutpunkt book.

Zimenkova, T. & Molitor, V. (2017).  Approaching LGBTIQ‐Police officers: an easy to reach group? Paper for 5th European Conference on Politics and Gender, Session on Researching Intersectionality and Exclusion. ECPG, University of Lausanne, Switzerland, 8–10 June 2017. 

Zimenkova, T & Jeliazkova, M. (2017). Beyond description. Country reports on Civic and political education in post-communist, post-authoritarian and “old liberal” Europe in dialogue. Special issue, Journal of Social Science Education, 2, 2-7.

Zimenkova, T., Barsuhn, M.G., Müller, K.A. & Kronsbein, J. S. (2017). Inclusion and its actors: Advantages of an individual approach.

Zimenkova T. (2017). What is a society? The advantages of Sowi-didactics for refugees. [Web log from „sowi-online"]. 

Zimenkova T. (2017). Glokale Stories: Memories on diverse societies. In P. Bochers, K. Christa Schüppel (Eds.) Katalog "Ortsbegehung: Urbanes Storytelling heute. Kunstwissenschaftliche und künstlerische Perspektiven" (pp. 7-8). Dortmund: Dortmunder Schriften zur Kunst.


Akifyeva, R. (2016). Child-rearing practices of Russian-speaking women from a migration perspective / Basic Research Programme. National Research University Higher School of Economics. Series HUM "Humanities". № WP BRP 140/HUM/2016.

Akifyeva, R. (2016). Children’s participation in structured activities in the context of the child-rearing strategies of Russian-speaking women: Class and migration status. CGES Working Papers, 1, Bielefeld – St. Petersburg.

Akifyeva, R., Erashova, V. (2016). Cultural and integration practices of Russian-speaking women in the marriage migration process in the Netherlands, in: East in the East, Russia and West: Cross-border migration and diasporas, ed. by S. Panarin, St. Petersburg: Izdatelstvo Nestor-Istoriya, pp. 271 – 296.

Antoniuk A. M. (2016). Conceptualising the problem of freedom of speech in neoinstitutional theory. SPBSU Bulletin. Series 12. Sociology, 2, 60 – 74.

Antoniuk A. M. (2016). Virtual Public Sphere: The Potential of Democratization. TSU Bulletin. Philosophy. Sociology. Political Science, 1(33), 144 – 152.

Basov, N., Lee, J-S., & Antoniuk, A. (2016). Social Networks and Construction of Culture: A Socio-Semantic Analysis of Art Groups. Studies in computational intelligence, 693, 785 – 796.

Erashova, V. (2016) Representation of labour migration in print media: the experience of Russia and Germany. CGES Working Papers, 6, Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Franke, U., Koch, M. (2016). Sociological Approaches.  In R. Biermann, J. A. Koops (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Inter-Organisational Relations in World Politics (pp. 169 – 187). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Koch, M. (2016). International organizations in the world society. Bielefeld. Habilitation Thesis.

Kuleva M. (2016). Contemporary art as a profession: career path of young artists with dissimilar educational background (case of St. Petersburg). Journal of sociology and social anthropology, 19(1), 110 – 125.

Kuleva M. (2016). Old factories, new stakhanovites: Moscow contemporary art-centres as workplaces. Basic Research Programme. Series HUM "Humanities", No. 138.

Mokretsova, V. (2016). Civic participation in urban (re)development policy: The experience of Berlin and Saint Petersburg. CGES Working Papers, 3, Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Moskaleva, E. (2016). Contemporary art curators as cultural intermediaries: German and Russian experience. CGES Working Papers, 5, Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Pierobon, C. (2016). Civil Society in the EU development and human rights agenda: The case of DG DEVCO-EIDHR”. In: R. Marchetti (Ed.), Partnership in International Policy Making: Civil Society and Public Institutions in Global and European Affairs (pp. 195 – 213). London: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Pierobon, C. (2016). The Development of state-civil society relations in Kazakhstan. Eurasiatica, 6, pp. 203 – 223.

Pierobon, C. (2016). The European Union and the empowerment of Civil Society in Kazakhstan: an evaluation of the EIDHR and NSA/LA. Central Asian Policy Review, 2(2), 11 – 15.

Pivovarov A.M. Communicative analysis of creative process in artistic communities // Discourse № 3, 2016, pp. 72-84.

Pivovarov А.М., Nikiforova O.A. Communication in Creative Process of Art Communities // Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 9(25), DOI: 10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i25/90760, July 2016

Rohde-Abuba, C. (2016). "A Real Woman has to do it all – with the kids and in the office": Doing Femininity in the Transcultural Context of Russian-German Migration. Gender, Place &Culture, 23(6), 753 – 768.

Rohde-Abuba, C. (2016). “The good girl from Russia can do it all: Au pairs’ perceptions of exploitation in intersections of gender and nationality and their strategies of resistance. Nordic Journal of Migration Research. Special Issue Article, 6(4), 215 – 223.

Smolentceva, N. (2016). Depiction of Russia in Guardian’s New East Network. Contemporary Media Environment: Traditions, Topical Practical Aspects and Tendencies, 16, 210 – 219.

Smolentceva, N. (2016). Representation of Russia by western correspondents in 2013-2015. CGES Working Papers, 2, Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Tykanova, E. V. (2016). Consolidation of local communities in the situation of claiming the public space. Petersburg Sociology Today, 7, 364 – 388.

Tykanova, E. V. & Khokhlova, A. M. (2016) Key concepts and approaches in sociological life course studies. SPBSU Bulletin. Series 12. Sociology, 3, 4 – 19.

Tykanova, E. V. (2016) Review of the book The cultures of cities, by S. Zukin. Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research, 3, 155 – 157.

Tykanova, E. V. & Moskalyova, S. M. (2016) Social conditions of civil and expert groups’ activities on urban environment improving. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 4, 103-120.

Vasilache, A. (2016). Authoritarianism and Security in Central Asia. Neue Gesellschaft/Frankfurter Hefte, Issue 11, pp. 25 – 30.

Vasilache, A. (2016). Globalization. In R. Voigt (Ed.), Political thought: Theory of state today (pp. 465 – 472). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Vorobyeva, O. (2016). Crossgender Roleplaying: Gender Attitudes in Russian and European Live-Action Role-Playing Games. CGES Working Papers, 4, Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Vorobyeva, O. (2016). Review of the book Sexuality in Role-Playing Games, by Ashley M. L. BrownForum for Anthropology and Culture, 30, 270 – 282.

Zimenkova, T. (2016). Sociology as consulting. Limited application or a professional field? In A. Froese, D. Simon, & J. Böttcher (Eds.), Social Sciences and Society. New Locations of Knowledge transfer (pp. 99 – 128). Transkript.

Zimenkova, T. (2016). Who needs LSBTTIQ phobia (Institutional Analysis). Marta Press, Hamburg, pp. 35 – 48.

Zimenkova, T. & J. Kilian (2016). Political education: Political learning from the perspective of active students. Political education, 3-4, 29 – 35.


Basov, N., Nenko, A., and Khokhlova, A. (2015). Reality of Art: Communication and Knowledge Creation. Sociological Journal, 4(21), 8-33.

Belokurova, E. (2015). Sravnitelnaya politologiya [Comparative Political Science], in: Sravnitelnaya sotsiologiya: uchebnik, ed. by A. Resaev, St. Petersburg: Izdatelstvo SPBGU, pp. 76-85.

Block, M., Khvatova, T., Zhukov, D., and Lesko, S. (2015). Studying the Structural Topology of the Knowledge Sharing Network, 11th European Conference on Management, Leadership and Governance, Lisbon, Portugal, 12-13th November 2015, Academic Conferences and Publishing International, pp. 20-27.

Doempke, S. with support of Belokurova E. (ed.) (2016). The UNESCO World Heritage and the Role of Civil Society. Proceedings of the International Conference, Bonn 2015, Berlin: World Heritage Watch e.V. (in print, to be published in English, Russian, German).

Khokhlova, A., Tykanova, E. (2015). ‘Growth zones‘ in the theoretical analysis of life courses: Russian context. X Kovalevsky Readings: Proceedings of All-Russian scientific conference 13-15 November 2015, ed. by Yu.V. Asochakov. St. Petersburg: Skifia-print, pp. 241-243.

Khokhlova, A., Tykanova, E. (2015). Trajectories of space contestation in a post-soviet city (by the example of massive garages demolition in St. Petersburg). X Kovalevsky Readings: Proceedings of All-Russian scientific conference 13-15 November 2015, ed. by Yu.V. Asochakov. St. Petersburg: Skifia-print, pp. 1238-1240.

Koch, M. (2015). From International to World Organizations, in: Holzer, Boris/Kastner, Fatima/Werron, Tobias (eds.): From Globalization to World Society: Neo-Institutional and Systems-Theoretical Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 279-300.

Koch, M. (2015). World Organizations – (Re-)Conceptualizing International Organizations. World Political Science 11(1), 97-131.

Kuleva, M. (2015). “To wear a collar with electric shock”: Young workers of the new and the old cultural institutions at the workplace. Journal of reseach in social policy, 13(2), pp. 337-344.

Kuleva, M. (2015). Constructing Identities And Boundaries: Fashion And Clothing Of Working And Middle Class Youth In Contemporary Russia. Higher School of Economics Research Paper No. WP BRP, 85.

Olson, M., Zimenkova, T. (2015). Normativity in Social Science Education and History Education. JSSE-Journal of Social Science Education 14(1), pp. 2-5.

Pierobon, C. (2015). Sustainable Development in Kazakhstan: national and international measures in Central Asia and European Union: way to sustainable development, Kazakh German University, Almaty, pp. 242-250.

Pierobon, C. (2015). The Relations between the EU and Kazakhstan: the case of the cooperation program ‘Supporting Kazakhstan Local Development Policies, in Jonboboev, S. et al. (eds.), Central Asia: Issues, Problems, and Perspectives, Göttingen: Cuvillier, pp. 257-284.

Rohde-Abuba, C. (2015). Der Au-pair-Aufenthalt als non-formale Bildungsphase russischer Hochschulabsolventinnen. Forum Jugendarbeit International.

Sokolov, M., Guba, K., Zimenkova, T., Safonova, M., and Chuykina, S. (2015). How to become a professor: academic careers, markets and power in five countries. Novoe literaturnoe obozreniye, 832 p.

Tykanova, E., Khokhlova, A. (2015). The performative logic of urban space contestation: two examples of local community mobilization in St. Petersburg. Urban grassroots movements in Central and Eastern Europe. Ed. by K. Jacobsson. Ashagte, pp. 139-162.

Tykanova, E., Khokhlova, A. (2015). The Urban Political Regime in St. Petersburg: the Role of Real and Imagined Growth Machines in the Struggle for Urban Space. The Journal of Social Policy Studies 13(2), pp. 241-256.

Zhelnina, A., Zinovyev, A., and Kuleva, M. (2015). “In the District”: Youth Solidarities on the Urban Periphery. Russian Education & Society, 57(2), 84-96.

Zimenkova T. (2015). Educating Supermen and Superwomen: Global Citizenship Education. In: Millei, Z. & Imre, R. Childhood and Nation. Interdisciplinary Engagements (Critical Cultural Studies of Childhood series) New York: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 229-252.

Vasilache A. (2015). Rezension von Marciniak, Angela: Politische Sicherheit. Zur Geschichte eines umstrittenen Konzepts. In: Politische Vierteljahresschrift (PVS) 56(4), 696-670.


Amelina, A., Vasilache, A. (2014). The Shadows of Enlargement: Theorizing Mobility and Inequality in a Changing Europe. Migration Letters, Special Issue, 11(2), 109-124.

Amelina, A., Vasilache, A. (eds.) (2014). Mobile Inequalities in a Mobile Europe. Migration Letters, Special Issue, 11(2), 109-124.

Basov, N. (2014). Knowledge Creation in Network Communication Structures. Journal of Sociology, 1, 106-123.

Basov, N. V., & Vasil’kova, V. V. (2014). Semantic Networks of Sociological Knowledge. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 17(1), 112-138 (in Russian).

Basov, N., & Minina, V. (2014). Innovation Landscape. From Metaphor to Scientific Category. Innovations, 7, 20-26.

Basov, N., Nenko, A., & Khokhlova, A. (2014). Generating Knowledge in the City: A Study on Creative Communities of St. Petersburg. 8th midterm Conference of the European Research Network Sociology of the Arts ‘Art and its Contexts: Cross-Disciplinary Dialogue’. Book of Abstracts. Cluj-Napoca: Babeş‐Bolyai University, 18.

Belokurova, E. (2014). Role of Non-Profit Non-Governmental Organisation in the EU-Russia Relations, in: L. Deriglazova (ed.): Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference EU and Russia in the Eurasian Space, Tomsk: Tomsk State University, 54-58.

Belokurova, E. (2014). The Role of NGOs in Cross-Border Cooperation between the European Union and Russia, in: Potential of Civil Society Actors’ Engagement in Different Aspects of EU-Russia Relations, DEMAS, 2-5.

Belokurova, E., Nozhenko, М. (eds.) (2014). Made in Europe: A View of Russian Scholars. Politics, Society, Technologies, vol. 1, St. Petersburg: Norma.

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Chernega, A. (2014). Tourist Attraction as Social Resource (by the Example of Russian Provinces). Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 17(3), 48-61 (in Russian).

Freistein, K. (2014). Gouvernementalität und Regionales Regieren: Konkurrierende Ordnungsvorstellungen in der ASEAN, in: A. Vasilache (ed.): Gouvernementalität, Staat und Weltgesellschaft, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 225-258.

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Nenko, A. (2014). Analysis of Creative Industries Development Projects, in: I. Kizilova (ed.): Creative Industries Development. Nordic Council of Ministers’ Project in Northern Dimension Region, Saint-Petersburg: Profi-Centre, 3-44, 56-91.

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Tykanova, E., & Khokhlova, A. (2014). Trajectories of Local Communities Self-Organization in City Space Contests. Sociology of Power, 2, 104-122.

Vasilache, A. (2014). Feigheit und Sicherheit in der internationalen Politik, in: F. Martinsen, O. Flügel-Martinsen (eds.): Gewaltbefragungen. Beiträge zur Theorie von Politik und Gewalt [Transcript], Bielefeld, 143-164.

Vasilache, A. (2014). Great Power Governmentality? Coincidence and parallelism in the new strategic guidance for the US Department of Defense. Security Dialogue, 45(6), 585-600.

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Zimenkova, T. (2014). Minority Learners – Excluded from the Narrative of ‘Celebrating Diversity’? Citizenship Teaching and Learning, 9(2), 201-222.

Zimenkova, T., (ed.) (2014). Still an Issue? Approaching and Challenging Post-Socialist and Post-Authoritarian Education: Difficulties, Routines and Innovations of Empirical Research, InterDisciplines, 5(2).


Basov, N., & Nenko, A. (2013). Artistic Community Knowledge Structure Revealed: A Semantic Network Analysis of “La Escocesa”, Barcelona. CGES Working Papers, 8. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Basov, N., & Tippmann, E. (2013). Between Resonance and Dissonance: An Autopoiesis Perspective on Boundary Spanning Knowledge Creation. Papers of 29th EGOS Colloquium: Bridging Continents, Cultures and Worldviews. Montreal, Canada.

Belokurova, E. (ed.). (2013). German Volunteers and Activists of St. Petersburg in the 1990s. St. Petersburg. 

Belokurova, E., & Tarasenko, A. (2013). Wie die Gesetzgebung über “Ausländische Agenten” die Zivilgesellschaft und die Sozialpolitik in Russland ändert. Russland-Analysen, 265, 8-13.

Belokurova, E., & Nozhenko, M. (2013). Regional Community-Building and cross-Border Interaction. In: H. Eseklinen, I. Liikanen & J. Scott (eds.) The EU-Russia Borderland: New Contexts for Regional Cooperation (pp. 31-43). London: Routledge.

Belokurova, E., & Tarasenko, A. (2013). Wie die Gesetzgebung über “Ausländische Agenten” die Zivilgesellschaft und die Sozialpolitik in Russland ändert. Russland-Analysen, 265, 8-13.

Block, M., & Khvatova, T. (2013). Cultural Influences on Organisational Knowledge and Knowledge Sharing: Case-study of Russia, Germany and Finland. St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University Journal, 1-2(163), 72-79.

Block, M., & Khvatova, T. (2013). Intra-Organisational Knowledge Sharing: Scenarios and Corresponding Strategies, Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on Knowledge Management, Kaunas, Web of Sciences Conferences, Academic Conferences International, 52-60.

Davydova, A. (2013). Environmental Journalism in Europe and Russia. CGES Working Papers, 5. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg. 

Freistein, K. (2013). A Living Document: Promises of the ASEAN Charter. The Pacific Review, 26(4), 407-429.

Khokhlova, A. (2013). Creative Communities of St. Petersburg and Berlin: The Effects of Spatial Embeddedness. CGES Working Papers, 7. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg. 

Khokhlova, A. & Tykanova, E. (2013). Local Communities in St. Petersburg: Politicization of Claims to Contested Urban Spaces. Articulo - Journal of Urban Research, 4.

Khokhlova, A., Kozlovskiy, V., & Veits, M. (2013). Formal Adult Education in the Context of the Labour Market Transformation in Russia. In: E. Saar, O. B. Ure & J. Holford (eds.), Lifelong Learning in Europe: National Patterns and Challenges (pp. 327-349). Cheltenham - Northampton: Edward Elgar.

Khokhlova, A.M. (2013). “Fluid” Everyday Life: Cultural Practices Transformation under the Conditions of Globalization. St. Petersburg State University review, 12(1), 99-107 (in Russian).

Koch, M., & Stetter, S. (2013). Sociological Perspectives on International Organizations and the Construction of Global Political Order – An Introduction. Journal of International Organizations Studies (Special Issue), 4(1), 4-13.

Kurske, V. (2013). The Ethnic Identity of Russian Germans. Theoretical Approaches and Methodology of Research of the Multiple Ethnic Identity. CGES Working Papers, 1. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Maksimovtsova, K. (2013). Contemporary Debates over Language Policy regarding Ethnic Minorities in Latvia and Ukraine: The Discourse of Russian-Language Press. CGES Working Papers, 2. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Muntanyola-Saura, D. (2013). Visual Ethnography as a Method for Contextual Creativity in Europe: The Cases of London and Barcelona. CGES Working Papers, 4. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Nosacheva, M. (2013). Comparative Research of National Identity Preservation Using the Examples of Sorbs, North Frisians and Bretons in Germany and France. CGES Working Papers, 3. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Pierobon, C. (2013). Music and Political Youth Organizations in Russia. The National Identity Issue. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.

Schuck, C. (2013). A Conceptual Framework of Sunni Islamism. Politics, Religion & Ideology, 14(4), 485-506.

Tykanova, E.V. (2013). Strategies and Tactics of Urban Space Contestation by Interest Groups (The Case of Conflicts Evolving Around Urban Development in St. Petersburg). St. Petersburg State University review, 12(1), 108-115.

Tykanova, E. V. (2013). The Influence of Political Regimes on the Process of Urban Space Contest (The Cases from St. Petersburg and Paris). Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 16(3), 112-123.

Zarlenga, M. (2013). Place and Creativity in Visual Arts. A Sociological Analysis of Urban Creativity Processes in the City of Barcelona. CGES Working Papers, 6. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.


Basov, N. (2012). Knowledge Creation: Structural Coupling in the Intellectual Networks. In: T. Besednjak Valič, D. Modic, U. Lamut (eds.), Multifaceted Nature of Collaboration in Contemporary World (pp. 207-234). London: Vega Press.

Basov, N.V. (2012). Knowledge Creation in Social Interaction. Journal of Sociology, 1, 67-90 (in Russian).

Basov, N.V., Minina, V.N., & Demidova, I.D. (2012). Integration Complex as a Form of Network Interaction between Science, Education and Business. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 15(5), 307-326 (in Russian).

Basov, N., Nenko, O. (eds.). (2012). Understanding Knowledge Creation: Intellectuals in Academia, the Public Sphere and the Arts. Amsterdam-New York: Rodpoi.

Basov, N., & Wühr, D. (2012). Intra-Organizational Communication Networks and Success in Innovation Projects: Comparing the Cases of German Mechanical Engineering Companies. CGES Working Papers, 8. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Basov, N., Minina, V., & Vasilkova, V. (eds.). (2012). Networks in the Global World [Thematic Issue]. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 15(5) (in Russian).

Belokurova, E. (ed.). (2012). European Politics and Society: Studies of Young Scholars, vol. 4. St. Petersburg: Svoe Publishing House.

Belokurova, E., & Yarovoy, G. (2012). European Union for Russian Regions: What Should and Can the Regions Know about the European Union. St. Petersburg: Norma.

Fröhlich, M. (2012). Politik und Partizipation bei deutschen und polnischen Jugendlichen, Aktuelle Ostinformationen, 44(3-4), 50-58.

Hedtke, R., & Zimenkova, T. (eds.). (2012). Education for Civic and Political Participation. A Critical Approach. Routledge Research in Education. London: Routledge.

Klishevich, D. (2012). Development of Youth Voluntary Service Organizations in Russia and Germany. CGES Working Papers, 6. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Koch, M. (2012). International Organizations in Development and Global Inequality: The Example of the World Bank’s Pension Policy. United Nations University - WIDER Working Papers, 103, 1-28.

Koch, M. (2012). Weltorganisationen – der „andere Blick” auf internationale Organisationen. In: M. Koch (ed.), Weltorganisationen. Von der Organisation der Welt zur Weltorganisation (pp. 259-268). Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Kokhanova, O. (2012). Europeanization of National Public Spheres: Comparative Analysis of the Readers’ Online Debate on European Issues in German and Spanish Newspapers. CGES Working Papers, 2. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Malkina, O. (2012). Representation of Corporate Social Responsibility on the Websites of а Multinational Company (The Case of European Branches of PricewaterhouseCoopers). CGES Working Papers, 1. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Nefedyeva, N. (2012). Factors of Shaping Discourses on European Integration and Europeanization in Britain. CGES Working Papers, 3. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Nenko, A.E. (2012). Emotional Interaction in Knowledge Networks: Limits and Possibilities. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 15(5), 377-393.

Pierobon, C. (2012). Rechtsrock: White Power Music in Germany. In: A. Shekhovtsov, & P. Jackson (eds.), White Power Music: Scenes of Extreme Right Cultural Resistance (pp. 7-23). Islington: Searchlight and RNM Publications

Rudneva, E. (2012). City Branding as an Instrument of Urban Strategic Development in Russia and Finland (Cases: Vyborg, Russia and Lappeenranta, Finland). CGES Working Papers, 4. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Steltemeier, P. (2012). Das Wahlergebnis der Partei Bündnis 90/Die Grünen bei der Landtagswahl in Baden Württemberg 2011. Ein theoretischer Erklärungsversuch mithilfe des Ann-Arbor-Ansatzes. CGES Working Papers, 5. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Tykanova, E. (2012). Contested Urban Spaces: Russia and Europe in Comparative Perspective. CGES Working Papers, 9. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Vasilache, A. (2012). Sicherheit, Entgrenzung und die Suspendierung des Privaten. Ein grenzanalytischer Versuch. In: C. Daase et. al. (eds.), Sicherheitskultur. Soziale und politische Praktiken der Gefahrenabwehr (pp. 133-155). Frankfurt am Main - New York: Campus.

Vasilache, A. (2012). The Rise of Executive Sovereignty in the Era of Globalization. In: M. Telò (ed.), State, Globalization and Multilateralism. The Challenges of Institutionalizing Regionalism. United Nations University Series on Regionalism, Vol. 5. (pp. 137-157). Dordrecht-New York: Springer

Zhelnina, A. (2012). Public Space in Europe and Russia: “Europeanness” and Re-Interpretation of Urban Public Space. CGES Working Papers, 7. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.


Basov, N.V. (2011). Elements of Strategic Management of Integration Complex Science – Education – Business in the Innovation Landscape. St. Petersburg State University review, 12(1), 139-153 (in Russian).

Basov, N.V., & Vasil’kova, V.V. (2011). Intellectual Landscape. Conceptualising the Metaphor. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 14(4), 22-40.  

Belokurova, E. (ed.). (2011). European Politics and Society: Studies of Young Scholars, Vol. 3. St. Petersburg: Svoe Publishing House.

Belokurova, E. (2011). EU Policies towards Russia: The Search for Integration Mechanisms beyond Conditionality. In: A. Vasilache, R. Seidelmann, J. L. De S. Marques (eds.), States, Regions and the Global System: Europe and Northern Asia-Pacific in Globalized Governance (pp. 101-120). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Belokurova, E., & Vorobev, D. (2011). Local Public Participation in Contemporary Russia. Russian Politics and Law, 49(4), 76-84.

Demidov, A. (2011). Civil Society and Democratic Deficit in the EU: Theoretical Flaws and Empirical Reality. CGES Working Papers, 6. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Goman, Y. (2011). Social Perception of the Environmental Management of New Projects in the Oil and Gas Industry in Russia and Norway. CGES Working Papers, 4. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Kelly, S. (2011). Bilateralism vs. Multilateralism: An Analysis of the Evolution of EU Energy Policy for a Post-Lisbon Europe. CGES Working Papers, 3. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Khokhlova, A.M. (2011). Urban Public Places as Arenas of Cultural Production and Consumption. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 14(5), 182-191.

Kohler-Koch, B. (2011). The Potential of Civil Society Organizations in Democratizing the EU. CGES Working Papers, 5. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Lydersen, C. (2011). “Push” and “Pull” Factors for the Marriage Migration of Russian Women in the Age Group 20-30 from St. Petersburg to Sweden. CGES Working Papers, 8. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Menezes, I., & Zimenkova, T. (eds.). (2011). Critical Civic and Citizenship Education [Special Issue]. Journal of Social Science and Education, 10(4).  

Molitor, V. (2011), The Representation of European Regionalism through Radio Stations Using the Example of German-Speaking Radio in Eastern Belgium. In: E. Belokurova (ed.), European Politics and Society - Studies by Young Scholars, Vol. 3 (pp. 131-140). St. Petersburg: Svoe Publishing House.

Nechiporuk, D., Nozhenko, M., Belokurova, E. (2011). Russia – A Special Actor in Baltic Sea Environmental Governance. In: M. Pihlajamaki, & N. Tynkkinen (eds.), Governing the Blue-Green Baltic Sea: Societal Challenges of Marine Euthropication Prevention (pp. 44-54). Finnish Institute of International Affairs Report, 31.

Nechiporuk, D., Nozhenko, M., Belokurova, E. (2011). Russia in the System of the European Environmental Governance of the Baltic Sea Area. CGES Working Papers, 10. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Pierobon, С. (2011). Youth Political Organizations and Music: The Case of St. Petersburg. CGES Working Papers, 1. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Puchkova, P. (2011). Integration Policy in Germany Before and After the Immigration Act of 2005. CGES Working Papers, 2. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Tykanova, E.V. (2011). Strategies of Claim Legitimization of the “Strong” and “Weak” Publics to Property Rights in the Context of Consumer Society. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology, 14(5), 158-167.

Ummethum, J. (2011). Actors Perceptions in the Context of Conflict Resolution in Former Yugoslavia. CGES Working Papers, 7. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.  

Vasilache et al. (eds.). (2011). States, Regions and the Global System. Europe and Northern Asia-Pacific in Globalised Governance. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Vasilache, A. (2011). Exekutive Gouvernementalität und die Verwaltungsförmigkeit internationaler Politik. Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen, 18(2), 3-34.

Vasilache, A. (2011). Grenzen in der Transnationalisierung. In: C. Kleinschmidt & C. Hewel (eds.), Topographien der Grenze (pp. 65-86). Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann.

Vasilache, A. (2011). Human Securitization: State Theory, Governmentality, and the Ambivalence of Security in Europe. In: C. Schuck (ed.), Security in a Changing Global Environment. Challenging the Human Security Approach (pp. 123-152). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Vasilache, A. (2011). In the National Interest of Norms. Rethinking the Conceptual Relationship between Norms and the National Interest. In: A. Vasilache et al. (eds.), States, Regions and the Global System. Europe and Northern Asia-Pacific in Globalised Governance (pp. 83-98). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Vasilache, A. (2011). Kulturkonflikte und Kulturbegriff. Divinatio. Studia Culturologica, 32, 138-143.

Vasilache, A. (2011). The Idea of Democracy in the West. In R. Seidelmann (ed.), The New Germany: History, Economy, Policies(pp. 149-167). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Vedmetskaya, L. (2011). Dynamic Capacities of the State as Precondition for Development: Anticorruption Policy in Russia. CGES Working Papers, 9. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Vorobyev, D. (2011). World Cultural Heritage Site Management in European Cities. CGES Working Papers, 11. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Yaroshenko, S. (ed.). (2011). Women’s Project. The Metamorphosis of the Dissident Feminism According to the Younger Generation in Russia and Austria. St. Petersburg: Aleteia (in Russian and German languages).

Zimenkova, T. (2011). Between European and National Citizenship Identities: Challenges, Problems and Soft Practices of Identity Building in Educational Policies. In: J. L. De Sales Marques, R. Seidelmann & A. Vasilache (eds.), States, Regions, and the Global System. Europe and Northern Asia Pacific in Globalised Governance (pp. 199-229). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Zimenkova, T. (2011). Diversity: Future Project of Current Challenge? Construction of the Term Diversity within Citizenship Education in Europe. Educação, Sociedade & Culturas, 32, 23-40.


Basov, N.V. (2010). Interorganizational Cooperation Networks as a Basis for Implementing Open Innovations. Innovations, 7, 36-47 (in Russian).

Belokurova, E., & Vorobjev, D. (2010). Public Participation at the Local Level in Contemporary Russia, Neprikosnovenny Zapas, 2(70), 83-91 (in Russian).

Belokurova, E. (2010). Civil Society Discourses in Russia: The Influence of the European Union and the Role of EU-Russia Cooperation. Journal of European Integration, 32(5), 457-474.

Belokurova, E. (ed.). (2010). European Politics and Society. Studies by Young Russian Scholars, Vol. 2. St. Petersburg: Intersocis.

Belokurova, E. (2010). NGOs and Politics in Russian Regions. In: V. Gelman, & C. Ross (eds.), The Politics of Sub-National Authoritarianism in Russia (pp. 107-122). Ashgate.

Bodrunova, S. (2010). Mediacracy or Mediademocracy? On Some Conceptual Approaches to the Interaction of Journalism and Politics in Established Democracies. CGES Working Papers, 7. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Bogomolova, T. (2010). Sorbisches Buch Kauft Man Bewusst: Zum Problem des Spracherhalts bei den Lausitzer Sorben. CGES Working Papers, 8. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Gredinger, G. (2010). Identity Beyond the Nation State: The Case of the Russian Germans. CGES Working Papers, 5. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Kolesnichenko, A. (2010). The Role of NGOs in the Formation of Social Policy against the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Russia and Italy. CGES Working Papers, 3. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Nozhenko, M., & Belokurova, E. (2010). North-West of Russia: A Region or Several Regions?  St. Petersburg: Norma (in Russian).

Schmalz-Bruns, R. (2010). The Unfinished Task of Constituting Europe: Democratic Logics and Dynamics of the European Integration Process. CGES Working Papers, 1. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Shchavleva, K. (2010). The Role of the Father in Childcare during the Transformation of Gender Order in Russia and Germany. CGES Working Papers, 4. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Tarasenko, A. (2010). European Policy Toward Social NGOs: Particularities and Possible Consequences. CGES Working Papers,9. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Vasilache, A. (2010).  Sicherheit Erwünscht. In: E.-J. von Studnitz, & B. Klein (eds.), Wünschenswerte Zukünfte - Deutschland und Russland im 21. (pp. 138-143). Potsdamer Begegnungen, Berlin: Deutsch-Russisches Forum.

Yaroshenko, S. (2010). “New” Poverty in Russia after Socialism. Laboratorium, 3, 5-16.

Yarovoy, G. (2010). Europeanisation of a Russian Region: The Republic of Karelia on the Way to New Regionalism? CGES Working Papers, 6. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Zhariy, I. (2010). Russian Scientists at a German University: Career and Professional Prospects (The Case of Bielefeld University). CGES Working Papers, 2. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.


Basov N. (2009) Emergence and Development of Innovation in Network Communication Structures. Knowledge Society: From Idea to Practice. Vol. 2.  Ed. by Valerya Vasilkova and Lydmila Verbitzkaya. St. Petersburg: Scythia-Print.

Belokurova, E. (ed.). (2009). European Politics and Society. Studies by Young Russian Scholars, Vol. 1. St. Peterburg: Intersocis.

Demidov, A. (2009). European Union Development Policy: From an Instrument to a Policy. CGES Working Papers, 5. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Eichinger, F. (2009). Common Values as a Source for EU Identity Formation. CGES Working Papers, 2. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Nozhenko, M., Belokurova, E. (2009). Community-Building in the North-Western Regions of Russia: Influence of the Federative Reforms and EU-Russian Cross-Border Cooperation. CGES Working Papers, 7. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Pape, U. (2009). EU Neighbourhood Strategy on HIV/AIDS: Good Intentions, Poor Performance. CGES Working Papers, 4. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Schuck, C. (2009). Die Türkei in Europa Überlegungen zur Erweiterung der Europäischen Union. CGES Working Papers, 1. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Shatokhina, L. (2009). Social Foundations of the Emergence of Leftist Radical Groups Using Violence in Germany in the Second Half of 20th Century (A Case Study of the German Red Army Faction). CGES Working Papers, 3. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.

Shershneva, E., Kuznetsova, L. (eds.). (2009). The Economic Europe: Course Syllabuses. Module: MA Programme “Studies in European Societies”. St. Petersburg: Intersocis.

Starodubtsev, A. (2009). Factors of the Financial Transfers Redistribution in the European Union. CGES Working Papers, 8. Bielefeld-St. Petersburg.