The project by the CGES affiliated researcher Margarita Kuleva, NRU ‘Higher School of Economics', explores creative labour in distinct institutional environments. In 2018, Margarita conducted a research trip to the UK and took a series of in-depth interviews at the major public institutions of London to compare them with her ethnographic data on the large Russian museums of St. Petersburg and Moscow.
- Margarita Kuleva, an affiliated researcher of the CGES and a senior lecturer in sociology at HSE University
- 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.
- Cultural administrators as creative workers: the case of public and non-governmental cultural institutions in St. Petersburg. Cultural Studies, 32 (5), 727-746.