Никипорец-Такигава Галина Юрьевна

Prof. Dr. Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa

                                     

Department of Slavonic Studies, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages, University of Cambridge, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge CB3 9DA

Phone:                          (+44) (0)1223 335023

Email:                          gn254@cam.ac.uk

WEB profiles:              http://www.csap.cam.ac.uk/network/galina-nikiporets-takigawa/

Faculty for Humanities, Russian State Social University, Wilhelm Pieck St., 4, Moscow, 129226

Phone:                          (+7) (495)2556702

Email:                          nikiporetsgiu@rgsu.net

WEB profiles:              http://sgf.rgsu.net/

                                     

RESEARCH and TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2015-present                 Dean of the Faculty for Humanitarian, Head of Department of Political Science and International Relations, Russian State Social University, Professor

2013-present                 Affiliated Lecturer, Department of Slavonic Studies, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages, University of Cambridge

2011-present                  Affiliated Member, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge

2011-2013                    Research Associate, Memory at War Project, Department of Slavonic Studies, Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages, University of Cambridge

2009-2011                     Visiting Scholar, Department of European Languages and Cultures, University of Edinburgh

2001-2009                    Associate Professor, Department of Slavic Languages, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

1996-2000                    Research Scholar, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

1993-1995                    Lecturer, Department of Translation, Tokyo Komazawa University

1991-1993                    Lecturer, Tokyo Russian Language Institute

1989-1990                    Research Scholar, Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

EDUCATION

1998-2000   PhD in Russian Studies, NARIC (2009)

1989-1990   Candidate of Science in Linguistics (2000)

                                      Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics

                                      Pragmatic aspect of Russian idioms and its fixation in idiom dictionaries (supervisor, Prof. O. Krylova), awarded Faculty Award for early dissertation completion and viva

1982-1987                     MA and BA, Linguistics, Languages (Spanish), Russian Language and Literature, and Russian as a foreign language teaching methodology

                                      Lomonosov Moscow State University,

                                      MA thesisText semantics. Communicative structure of narratives’ defended with distinction (supervisor, Prof. S. Shuvalova), awarded Department of Russian Language Award for the best thesis

RESEARCH FUNDING

G. Nikiporets-Takigawa (Principal Investigator – PI, ответственный исполнитель проекта) «Организация научно-исследовательских работ по вопросам государственной молодежной политики» по заказу Федерального агентства по делам молодежи РФ. Номер контракта ГК №18-ОК-ГМП 17 от 31.07.17.

G. Nikiporets-Takigawa (Principal Investigator – PI, научный руководитель проекта) «Социально-Политический инсайдер» и «Лаборатория политической и социальной реальности» для мониторинга, анализа, и прогнозирования политических и социальных процессов посредством Data mining в Big Data социальных медиа. Поддержанный внутренним грантом РГСУ (July 2016-July 2017)

G. Nikiporets-Takigawa (Principal Investigator – PI, научный руководитель проекта) «Исследования архетипов молодежи современной России (на основе отечественных продуктов массовой культуры)» № 0173100003515000077-0023635-02 от 28.10.2015 (Федеральное агентство по делам молодежи)

G Nikiporets-Takigawa (Principal Investigator – PI, научный руководитель проекта)

Грант Правительства Московской области «Мониторинг общественного мнения жителей Московской области в социальных медиа» 2400000 (9 месяцев с марта 2016)

G Nikiporets-Takigawa (PI, научный руководитель проекта)

Грант Федерального агентства по делам молодежи «Исследование архетипов молодежи современной России (на основе отечественных продуктов массовой культуры» 400000 российских рублей (3 месяца с октября 2015)

O Koltsova (PI; the Internet Institute, Higher School of Economics, St Petersburg, Russia), S Bodrunova (co-I; St Petersburg State University, Russia), S Koltsov (co-I; the Internet Institute, Higher School of Economics, St Petersburg, Russia), G Nikiporets-Takigawa (co-I) and S Selivanova (co-I; Center for Independent Social Research, St Petersburg, Russia), M Thelwall (co-I; University of Wolverhampton, UK)

the Russian Foundation for Humanities Project Grant ‘Mapping interethnic relations in the Russian blogosphere’ £21814 (24 months from 2015, declined)

E Pain (co-PI; Higher school of economics, Moscow), G Nikiporets-Takigawa (co-PI) and Levada Centre, Russia (co-I)

Liberal Mission Fundation Project Grant ‘Russian ideological movements through the prism of Runet’ £13434 (12 months from 1/12/2013)

G Nikiporets-Takigawa (academic advisor

Liberal Mission Foundation Project Grant ‘Blogosphere impact on ethnic and national conflicts’ and ‘Russian ideological ‘bezvremenie (stagnation)’ in the mirror of social media’ £4000 (12 months from 1/04/2012)

G Nikiporets-Takigawa (coordinator and academic advisor)

Japanese Academy grant ‘Data-base of contemporary spontaneous speech for teaching purposes’ 2000000 Japanese yen (12 months from 1/04/2005 and 12 months from 1/04/2008)

SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

Honorary Research Fellowship by Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan (since 2009)

Awarded to G Nikiporets-Takigawa by Aleksanteri Institute, University of Helsinki, Finland (Aleksanteri Institute visiting fellowship) ‘Mapping Russian Protest’

£4268 (2 months from 1/12/2012)

Awarded to G Nikiporets-Takigawa by Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Japan (financial support for visiting fellowship at the University of Edinburgh) ‘Digital Debates of Russian-speaking Communities as Identity Performance’

£36000 (24 months from 1/09/2009)

Awarded to G Nikiporets-Takigawa by Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow (Faculty Award for early dissertation completion and viva) ‘Pragmatic aspect of Russian idioms and its fixation in idiom dictionaries’

18000 Russian roubles in 2000.

Awarded to G Nikiporets-Takigawa by Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow (Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Research Scholarship) ‘’

216000 Russian roubles (36 months from 1/09/1998)

Awarded to G Nikiporets-Takigawa by Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, Moscow (Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics Research Scholarship) ‘’

216000 Russian roubles (36 months from 1/09/1989); rescinded due to family reasons; re-approached and had a replacement scholarship grant for 1998-2001

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS (Selected recent relevant publications):

Books:

  1. (2018) Youth policy in the system of civic identity construction of the modern youth (Molodiozhnaia politica v sisteme formirovaniia grazhdanskoi identichnosti sovremennoi molodiozhi. Молодежная политика в системе формирования гражданской идентичности современной молодежи). With Rostovskaia T. et al. Moscow. RSSU
  2. (2017) Research on the state youth policy in the countries of the European Union, CIS, China and India for the ‘Organization of the analytical research on the state youth policy issues’ the Russian Federal Agency for Youth Affairs supported project’ 887 p.
  3. (2017) Искусствоведение в контексте других наук в России и за рубежом: Параллели и взаимодействия. Сборник трудов Международной научной конференции 23-28 апреля 2017 года. Ред.-сост. Г.Р. Консон. Москва, Согласие.
  4. (2017) Europe facing the challenges of the early 21st century (Evropa pered vyzovami nachala 21 veka. Европа перед вызовами начала XXI века) with Rodionova M., Kazanin V. et al. ). Москва. Кнорус.
  5. (2016) Europe in new world reality (Evropa v novoi mirovoi realnosti. Европа в новой мировой реальности) with Pliays J, Shabrov O. et al. . Москва. Кнорус.
  6. (2016) Internet and Russian ideological movements, with Lev Gudkov, Sergei Fediunin, Emil Pain and Sergei Prostakov, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa and Emil Pain eds., Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie. НЛО. Новое литературное обозрение.
  7. (2015) Social policy in Moscow region (Sotsialnaia politica v moskovskom regione. Социальная политика в московском регионе: тренды развития и опыт реализации). With Avtsinova G, Volodin A et al. . Moscow, Rusains. 338 p.
  8. (2013) Negotiating Linguistic, Cultural and Social Identities in the Post-Soviet World, Sarah Smith and Conny Opitz eds., Peter Lang, 163-182. ISBN 978-3-0343-0840-3 pb
  9. (2013) Memory, Conflict and Social Media: Web Wars in Post-Soviet States, Ellen Rutten et al. eds., Routledge, 48-62. ISBN: 978-0-415-63921-7
  10. (2010) Linguistics’ Instrumentarium. Sociolinguistic Approaches to Non-Standard Russian, Arto Mustajoki et al. eds., Slavica Helsingiensia 40
  11. (2008) Instrumentarii rusistiki i korpusnye podkhody, Arto Mustajoki et al. eds., Slavica Helsingiensia 34, Helsinki
  12. (2006) Integrum: Quantitative Methods and the Humanities, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa ed., Moscow: Letnij Sad, 2006, ISBN 5-98856-007-5, 410p.

Book chapters:

  1. (2018) International experience in the realization of the youth policy and civic identity construction (Mezhdunarodny opyt realizatsii molodiozhnoi politiki v chasti formirovaniia grazhdanskoi identichnosti. Международный опыт реализации молодежной политики в части формирования гражданской идентичности) in Youth policy in the system of civic identity construction of the modern youth (Molodiozhnaia politica v sisteme formirovaniia grazhdanskoi identichnosti sovremennoi molodiozhi. Молодежная политика в системе формирования гражданской идентичности современной молодежи). With Rostovskaia T. et al. Moscow. RSSU. P. 286-350.
  2. (2017) Europe facing new challenges of the information civilization (Evropa pered vyzovami informatsionnoi tsivilizatsii. Европа перед вызовами информационной цивилизации) in Europe facing the challenges of the early 21st century (Evropa pered vyzovami nachala 21 veka. Европа перед вызовами начала XXI века) with Rodionova M., Kazanin V. et al. ). Москва. Кнорус.
  3. (2017) Вызовы информационного общества и ответы гуманитарного образования в XXI веке Искусствоведение в контекстве других наук в России и за рубежом: Параллели и взаимодействия. Сборник трудов Международной научной конференции 23-28 апреля 2017 года. Ред.-сост. Г.Р. Консон. Москва, Согласие. С. 94-103.
  4. (2016) Hard Brexit or 'NoBrexit' (Zhostky Brexit ili 'noBrexit'. Жесткий» Брекзит или ‘nobrexit'? Перспективы сокращения европейской иммиграции и «жесткого» Брекзита). In Europe in the new world reality. (Evropa v novoi mirovoi realnosti. Европа в новой мировой реальности). Москва, 2016. С. 104-127. id=28093101
  5. (2016) ‘Introduction’, (with Emil Pain), in Internet and Russian ideological, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa and Emil Pain eds., Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie.
  6. (2016) ‘Conclusion’, (with Emil Pain), in Internet and Russian ideological, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa and Emil Pain eds., Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie.
  7. (2016) ‘Pro-Putin Russians 2.0’, (with Emil Pain), in Internet and Russian ideological, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa and Emil Pain eds., Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie.
  8. (2016) ‘Russian leftists 2.0’, (with Sergei Fediunin), in Internet and Russian ideological, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa and Emil Pain eds., Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie.
  9. (2016) ‘Protest 2.0 and ‘group portrait’ of Russian society’, in Internet and Russian ideological, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa and Emil Pain eds., Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie.
  10. (2015) Introduction for Social policy in Moscow region (Sotsialnaia politica v moskovskom regione. Социальная политика в московском регионе: тренды развития и опыт реализации). Moscow, Rusains. P. 1-5.
  11. (2015) Priorities and perspectives in social development in the region. (Prioritety i perspectivy sotsialnogo razvitia v regione. Приоритеты и перспективы социального развития в регионе). In Social policy in Moscow region (Sotsialnaia politica v moskovskom regione. Социальная политика в московском регионе: тренды развития и опыт реализации). Moscow, Rusains. P. 250-275.
  12. (2013) ‘Memory events and memory wars: Victory-day in L’viv, 2011 through the prism of quantitative analysis’, in Memory, Conflict and Social Media: Web Wars in Post-Soviet States, Ellen Rutten et al. eds., Routledge, 48-62. ISBN: 978-0-415-63921-7.
  13. (2013) ‘Digital debates on Soviet memory in the national identity construction of post-soviet migrants’, in Negotiating Linguistic, Cultural and Social Identities in the Post-Soviet World, Sarah Smith and Conny Opitz eds., Peter Lang, 163-182. ISBN 978-3-0343-0840-3 pb.
  14. (2010) ‘Digital communication of the Russian-speaking community as a reflection of language contact and performance of identity’, in Instrumentarium of Linguistics. Sociolinguistic Approaches to Non-Standard Russian, Arto Mustajoki et al. eds., Slavica Helsingiensia 40, 369-380.
  15. (2008) ‘Neologisms: search method with markers of novelty, and the method limitations’, in Instrumentarii rusistiki i korpusnye podkhody, Arto Mustajoki et al. eds., Slavica Helsingiensia 34, Helsinki, 276–291.
  16. (2006) ‘Secondary borrowings in the Russian language of XXI century’, in Integrum: Quantitative Methods and the Humanities, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa ed., Letnij Sad, 87–107. ISBN 5-98856-007-5.
  17. (2006) ‘Russian language policy’, in Integrum: Quantitative Methods and the Humanities, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa ed., (with John Dunn, Julia Safonova). Letnij Sad, 195 - 216. ISBN 5-98856-007-5.
  18. (2006) ‘Integrum: quantitative methods and the humanities. Foreword’, in Integrum: Quantitative Methods and the Humanities, Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa ed., Letnij Sad, 6-13. ISBN 5-98856-007-5.

Journal articles in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings:

  1. (2018) Big Data analysis of young citizens’ social and political behaviour and resocialization technics. Internet phycology. Springer. Forthcoming.
  2. (2018) Monitoring and prevention of the youth political and social destructive behaviour based on the Big Data and mediation in the social networks: discussing the project preliminary results. Forthcoming.
  3. (2018) Socio-political insider system: promises and limitations for the political analysis and prognosis. PolitBook. 1.
  4. (2018) Increase in the migration attractiveness as a programme of the state youth policy in Poland (Povyshenie migratsionnoi privlekatelnosti kak programma gosudarstvennoi molo diozhnoi politiki v Polshe). With Krivova A. in Voprosy politologii. 2.
  5. (2018) To the question of interdependance of the youth policy and migration flows in Russia (K voprosu o vzaimoobuslovlennosti molodiozhnoi politiki i migratsionnykh potokov v Rossii). With Mikhalenko A. and Muzalevskaia A. in Voprosy natsionalnykh i federativnykh otnoshenii. 1.
  6. (2018) The youth and youth policy in the UK (Molodiozh and molodiozhnaia politika in Britain: post-Brexit view) in Contemporary Europe. 1.
  7. (2017) Mapping cultural memory on the Russian revolutions (научная статья в Web of Science на анг. яз. «Картируя культурную память о российских революциях)
  8. (2017) Russia-China-Japan triangle in the context of the Eastern vector of the Russian foreign policy (научная статья в Web of Science на анг. яз. «Россия-Китай-Япония треугольник в контексте восточного вектора российской внешней политики»)
  9. (2017) Leadership and leaders in networked social movements in Demokratizatsiya. 2017. V. 25. 1. P. 7-22.
  10. (2017) Mapping cultural memory of the Russian revolutions. With Otyutskiy G and G. Kuzmenko in Economic and Social Development, 25th International Scientific Conference (XXVII International Social Congress (ISC-2017) Book of Proceedings. Pp. 147-154. Web of science.
  11. (2017) To the question of BigData in the political technologies and the professional competence of the political scientist in the era of cyberinformation and cybercommunication. (K voprosu o BigData v politicheskikh tekhnologiiakh I professionalnykh kompetentsiiakh politologa v epokhu kiberinformatsii i kiberkommunikatsii) in Vremia bolshikh peremen: politika i politiki. Materialy vserossiiskoi konferentsii RAPN (Russian Political Science Association).
  12. (2017) Gender equality in ‘big policy’ and the information civilization challenges. Гендерное равенство в «большой политике» и вызовы информационной цивилизации. Авцинова Г.И., Мартынова М.Ю., Никипорец-Такигава Г.Ю., Отюцкий Г.П., Рудницкая А.П. В сборнике: Имидж деловой женщины в эпоху цифровых трансформаций. Материалы IV международного женского конгресса. 2017. С. 33-47.
  13. (2017) Russia-China-Japan triangle in the context of the Eastern vector of the Russian foreign policy Международный конгресс ISC-2017, 31 октября 2017 года.  Economic and Social Development, 25th International Scientific Conference (XXVII International Social Congress (ISC-2017) Book of Proceedings. Pp. 586-583. Web of science.
  14. (2017) On the current importance of the research over the effectiveness of the state youth policy in the Russian Federation (together with Otyutsky G. and Rodionova M.) in Humanitarian Sciences, 2017, 4. (с Отюцкий Г.П., Родионова М.Е.) Об актуальности исследования эффективности реализации государственной молодежной политики в Российской Федерации / Гуманитарные науки. 4. 2017. 
  15. (2017) Youth in Russia: internal and external migration and youth policy (as evidenced by the qualitative analysis of interview data). With Shirobokov V. in Politbook, No. 3, 2017, p. 6-23.
  16. (2017) Big Data and new tools of the populism in electoral technologies (BigData и новые инструменты популизма в избирательных технологиях) in Post-truth politics and populism in the contemporary world St Petersburgh University, 2017. Всероссийская конференция «Политика постправды и популизм в современном мире». Спбгу.  2017.
  17. (2017) Contemporary instruments for public consent in the developing regions (Современные инструменты обеспечения общественного согласия в условиях развивающихся территорий). В сборнике трудов конференции Имидж и маркетинг территорий: опыт и перспективы развития в бизнесе, культуре, туризме и образовании. М. 2017 Индикатор публикации у РИНЦ id=30259892
  18. (2017) Rethinking Russian revolutions of the XX century within the state information policy tasks (Pereosmysleniie rossiiskikh revolutsii XX veka kak zadacha gosudarstvennoi informatsionnoi politiki, Переосмысление российских революций XX в. kак задача государственной информационной политики) in Humanity Sciences Special volume (Гуманитарные науки. Специальный выпуск).
  19. (2016) On the leadership in networked social movements (O liderstve v setevykh sotsialnykh dvizheniiakh. О лидерстве в сетевых социальных движениях) in Politbook, 3. P. 50-65.
  20. (2016). К вопросу об институте политического лидерства и «партиях без лидеров» в политической интернет-коммуникации. В сборнике: Политическое проектирование в пространстве социальных коммуникаций. Материалы XI Международной научной конференции. Минобрнауки России; ФГБОУ ВО "Российский государственный гуманитарный университет", Факультет истории, политологии и права; Общероссийская общественная организация "Российская ассоциация политическая наука"; Ответственный редактор: А. П. Логунов. 2016. С. 48-54.
  21. (2016). Образовательные стратегии как компонент идентификационного комплекса российской молодежи. В сборнике: качество жизни человека в нестабильном мире. Материалы выступлений XV Международного социального конгресса. 2016. С. 927-933.
  22. (2016). Какую политологию мы преподаем? К вопросу о трендах институализации политологии в высшей школе: российский и западный опыт. В сборнике: политико-экономическое развитие в условиях информатизации общества. Сборник научных статей. Москва, 2016. С. 91-96
  23. (2016) Теоретико-методологические подходы к исследованию роли и функций архетипов в социальном процессе. В сборнике: Качество жизни человека в нестабильном мире. Материалы выступлений XV Международного социального конгресса. C Колпакова М.Г., Мосенз К.Е., Сорокина А.В., Шипилова Е.И. 2016. С. 863-870
  24. (2016) The information campaign on the eve of the referendum: the insider’s view. (Информационная кампания в преддверии референдума: инсайдерский взгляд) in United Kingdom European Union membership referendum: the course of the referendum, its results and consequences (Референдум о членстве Британии в Евросоюзе: ход, итоги и последствия. Сер. "Доклады Института Европы" Редколлегия: Е.В. Ананьева (отв. Ред), А.В. Бударгин. 2016. С. 30-34. Id=28898151
  25. (2016) О границах наций и национальных идентичностей в эпоху киберкоммуникации и киберинформации / Системная психология и социология. 2016. Т. 17. № 1. С. 96-101
  26. (2016) Информационная поддержка политических решений как политическая технология: из уроков недавнего прошлого in Politbook. 2016. № 1. С. 67-82. Id=26136551
  27. (2015) Исследования архетипов молодежи современной России (на основе отечественных продуктов массовой культуры)» / Никипорец Г.Ю., Колпакова М.Г., Сорокина А.В., Мосенз К.Е., Шипилова Е.И. № 0173100003515000077-0023635-02 от 28.10.2015 (Федеральное агентство по делам молодежи). Отчет по НИР
  28. (2015) Картирование российских идеологических движений в российском интернете (рунете) / Человеческий капитал. 2015. № 10 (82). С. 26-32. Id=25722165
  29. (2015) Архетипы российской молодежи в континууме социально-политических формаций общества / Евразийский юридический журнал. 2015. № 11 (90). С. 309-311
  30. (2015) Archetypal patterns of youth in Russia in the continuum of socio-political formations in Contemporary problems of social work. with Kolpakova M., Mosens K., Sorokina A., Shipilova E. 2015. Т. 1. № 4. С. 76-80. Id=25690715
  31. (2014) ‘Protest 2.0: through networked negative consolidation to participation: why Russian Manezhka cannot become Ukrainian Maidan, Russian Journal of Communication, vol. 6, no. 3, 246-259. [http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/dratv3ubv7vejzdwradb/full#.vhznhfc-2m4]
  32. (2014) ‘On the borders of nation in the era of cybercommunication’ (“O granitsakh natsii v epokhu kibercommunicatsii”), Russian Cultural Space (Russkoe kul’turnoe prostranstvo) post-conference volume, Lomonosov Moscow State University. 
  33. (2013) ‘Emotional dynamics of protest: gamers in the streets’, Post-Socialism Playing Global. Computer gaming industries and digital media culture, [http://playing.global.vladstrukov.com/22/paper-summary-galina-nikiporets-takigawa-emotional-dynamics-protest/].
  34. (2013) ‘Internet versions of the past in debates of the present’, for Anthropology of ideological trends seminar held by Kennan Institute and Liberal mission Foundation, Moscow, [http://www.liberal.ru/articles/6172].
  35. (2013) ‘Tweeting the Russian protests’, Digital Icons, 9, 1-25.

[http://www.digitalicons.org/issue09/files/2013/06/DI_9_1_Nikiporets.pdf].

  1. (2013) ‘Tweeting the Russian protests’, for Protest Movements, Free Speech and the Media’ conference proceedings, University of Westminster.
  2. (2013) Сетевая версия прошлого в дебатах о настоящем. Доклады Института Кеннана.
  3. (2012) “За уроки от всей души благодарю” в сборнике Система. Норма. Стиль. Крылова О.А. К 75-летию академика РАЕН и МАП ПО доктора филологических наук профессора О.А. Крыловой: Сборник статей. Вступительная статья В.Н. Денисенко. Москва. С. 355-356.
  4. (2012) ‘The Role of the Internet in civil protest: the Russian experience in a global context’, Kennan Institute Vestnik 22, 13-24.  
  5. (2012) (with Julie Fedor) ‘Digital ‘Dead Souls’ & Russian Public Space’, East European Memory Studies Newsletter 11, 3-8.
  6. (2012) (with Julie Fedor) ‘What’s the Colour of Russian Protest’, East European Memory Studies Newsletter 10, 6-13.
  7. (2012) ‘4 November and history of the Russian Protest’, East European Memory Studies Newsletter 9, 8-11, the full version of this article on the MAW blog.
  8. (2011) ‘Memory narratives and negotiation in post-socialist old and new media’, Old conflicts, new media: commemorating the socialist experience online' Web Wars project (sub-project of Memory at War project) conference, Bergen University, web
  9. (2010) ‘Internet language of Russian diaspora: constructing and shaping national identity’, ICCEES congress 2010 proceedings, Stockholm, 87.
  10. (2009) ‘Russian diaspora language’, Die Welt der Slaven 38, Munich, 119-127.
  11. (2009) Language of the Russian Diaspora in Japan (Язык русской диаспоры в Японии. Вопросы языкознания. 1. С. 50-62.
  12. (2009) 'Russian' in Journal of the Institute of Language Research. 14. Pp. 176-183.
  13. (2008) K proektu slovarja neologizmov XXI veka: metod komp’juternogo poiska neologizmov. Russian Linguistics and Language Education 2, 11-26.
  14. (2008) Neologizmy: metod poiska pri pomoshchi markerov novizny (“kak sejchas govorjat”) i predely komp’juternykh vozmozhnostej. Instrumentarij rusistiki: korpusnye podkhody. Slavica Helsingiensia 34, ed. by A. Mustajoki, M. Kopotev, 276–291.
  15. (2008) After “Lenin’s Last Will” (Posle zaveshchanija Lenina). Slavic Culture Studies, 17-22.
  16. (2007) ‘Integrum: tochnye metody i gumanitarnye nauki’, Russkij Iazyk za Rubezhom 2, 80-82.
  17. (2007) ‘The Russian diaspora in Japan through the prism of linguistic competence’, Diasporas 1-2, 83–109.
  18. (2007) ‘Post-Soviet Russia: virtual and real. The quantitative methods of analyzing political and social trends in modern Russia’, ICCEES Regional European Congress proceedings, Berlin, 203-204.
  19. (2007) ‘Komp'iuternye tekhnologii dlia rusistiki’, Trudy i materialy III Mezhdunarodnogo kongressa issledovatelej russkogo iazyka “Russian Language: it’s Historical Destiny and Present State”, Lomonosov Moscow State University, 624 – 625.
  20. (2007) Russkaja diaspora v Japonii: istorija, problemy sushchestvovanija i sohranenija russkogo jazyka. Acta Linguistica, 2, 75–84.
  21. (2007) Komp'juternye vozmozhnosti reshenija nekotorykh leksikograficheskikh zadach, Russian Linguistics and Language Education 1, ed. by H. Nakazawa, K. Kobayashi, 123-138.
  22. (2007) Integrum: tochnye metody i gumanitarnye nauki. Russkij Jazyk za Rubezhom 2, 80-82.
  23. (2007) Russkaja diaspora Japonii skvoz' prizmu jazykovoj kompetencii. (The Russian Diaspora in Japan through the Prism of Linguistic Competence) Diasporas 1-2, 83–109.
  24. (2007) Russian diaspora in Japan: the history, contemporary problems of language and identity maintenance in Acta Linguistica. 1. 2. Pp. 75-83.
  25. (2006) ‘The corpora-based approaches for the humanities’, Journal of Japanese Association for Slavonic and East European Studies 27, 3-24.
  26. (2006) ‘Aggression in mass media language – quantitative analysis’, Iazyk, soznanie, kommunikatsiia 37, 18-25.
  27. (2006) Language of Russian Diaspora in Japan. Area and Culture Studies 75, 193 - 214.
  28. (2006) The Computer Approaches for the Humanities Journal of Japanese Association Slavic and East European Studies 27, 3-24.
  29. (2006) The Mass Media, Language and Public Morals in Post-Soviet Russia. The Mass Media in Post-Soviet Russia. University of Surrey Press. 
  30. (2006) Vtorichnye zaimstvovanija v russkom jazyke XXI veka (Secondary Borrowings in the Russian of XXI century) Integrum: tochnye metody i gumanitarnye nauki (Integrum: Quantitative Methods and the Humanities), ed. by G. Nikiporets-Takigawa, 87–107.
  31. (2006) Agressivnaja komedija. Istorija slova agressivnyj v trjokh chastjakh. Slavic Culture Studies, 90-114.
  32. (2006) Agressija v jazyke SMI – opyt statisticheskogo analiza (Aggression in Mass Media Language – the Case of Statistical Analysis) Jazyk, soznanie, kommunikacija Moscow State University 37, 18-25.
  33. (2006) Novye komp'juternye tekhnologii dlja izuchenija jazyka i soznanija Jazyk, soznanie, kommunikacija Moscow State University 36, 23–42.
  34. (2006) Russian Language Policy (with John Dunn, Julia Safonova) Integrum: tochnye metody i gumanitarnye nauki. Integrum: Quantitative Methods and the Humanities Ed. by G. Nikiporets-Takigawa, 195 - 216.
  35. (2006) Integrum: tochnye metody i gumanitarnye nauki. Ot redaktora i sostavitelja. Integrum: tochnye metody i gumanitarnye nauki. (Integrum: Quantitative Methods and the Humanities) Ed. by G. Nikiporets-Takigawa, 6 -13.
  36. (2005) ‘The language policy in Russia and the role of the Russian linguistic society’, Journal of the Institute of Language Research, 63-85.
  37. (2005) ‘Some tools for semantic analysis of the language of post-Soviet television’, VII ICCEES World Congress proceedings, Berlin, 291-292.
  38. (2005) Агрессивная комедия. История слова агрессивный в трех частях. In Slavic Culture Studies. Tokyo. Pp. 90-114.
  39. (2005) ‘Integrum for humanitarian research’, Japan Association for Slavonic and East European Studies conference proceedings, Kyoto, 26-27.
  40. (2004) ‘Language norm in the post-Soviet sociocultural situation’, Iazyk, soznanie, kommunikatsiia 26, Lomonosov Moscow State University press, 33-38.
  41. (2004) ‘Iazyk SMI v sociolingvisticheskom aspekte: otrazhenie obzhshego protsessa snizheniia iazykovoi kompetentsii’, Materialy mezhdunarodnogo kongressa «Russkij iazyk na rubezhe stoletij» Lomonosov Moscow State University, 440.
  42. (2004) Russian language in Japan: the challenges and perspectives (Russkii iazyk v Yaponii: problemy i perspectivy. Русский язык в Японии: проблемы и перспективы) in Russian language abroad (Russkii iazyk za rubezhom). 1 (188). Pp. 64-67.
  43. (2004) ‘SMI kak instrument iazykovoi politiki gosudarstva’, III Jornadas Andaluzas de Eslavistica proceedings, Granada, 109-110.
  44. (2003) ‘Language norm and language culture. The evolution of the definitions in contemporary Russian media discourse’, (Jazykovaja norma i kul'tura rechi. Evoljucija ponjatij v sovremennom rossijskom diskurse). Slavic Culture Studies, 108-120.
  45. (2003) Prepodavanie russkogo jazyka v universitetakh Japonii. Perspektivy, metodicheskie, kul'turologicheskie i lingvisticheskie problemy. Materialy X-go Kongressa MAPRJaL (Mezhdunarodnoj associacii prepodavatelej russkogo jazyka i literatury) «Russkoe slovo v mirovoj kul'ture», 182-188.
  46. (2003) “Hashi”, in Sovremennaja enciklopedija. Kulinarnye tradicii mira. Enciklopedija. Avanta+, 338-355
  47. (2003) “Japonskaja kukhnja”, in Sovremennaja enciklopedija. Kulinarnye tradicii mira. Enciklopedija. Avanta+, 338-355
  48. (2003) “Mestnyje razlichija v kulinarnykh tradicijakh”, in Sovremennaja enciklopedija. Kulinarnye tradicii mira. Enciklopedija. Avanta+, 338-355
  49. (2003) “Sake”, in Sovremennaja enciklopedija. Kulinarnye tradicii mira. Enciklopedija. Avanta+, 338-355
  50. (2003) “Bento”, in Sovremennaja enciklopedija. Kulinarnye tradicii mira. Enciklopedija. Avanta+, 338-355
  51. (2003) “Fugu”, in Sovremennaja enciklopedija. Kulinarnye tradicii mira. Enciklopedija. Avanta+, 338-355
  52. (2003) “Mramornoje mjaso”, in Sovremennaja enciklopedija. Kulinarnye tradicii mira. Enciklopedija. Avanta+, 338-355
  53. (2003) “Natto”, in Sovremennaja enciklopedija. Kulinarnye tradicii mira. Enciklopedija. Avanta+, 338-355.
  54. (2003) Frazeologicheskie edinicy russkogo jazyka v pragmaticheskom aspekte. Dissertacija na soiskanie uchjonoj stepeni kandidata filologicheskikh nauk. 
  55. (2003) Frazeologicheskie edinicy russkogo jazyka v pragmaticheskom aspekte.  Avtoreferat dissertacii kandidata filologicheskikh nauk.
  56. (2002) Formy obrashchenija v russkom rechevom etikete: ty/vy, imena sobstvennye, obrashchenie “tovarishch”. Opyt lingvisticheskogo, lingvokul'turologicheskogo i sociolingvisticheskogo analiza i opisanija v celjakh preodolenija kul'turnoj interferencii. Slavic Culture Studies, 63-78.
  57. (2001) Kul'turnaja konnotacija frazeologicheskikh edinic kak predmet lingvokul'turologii. Slavic Culture Studies, 119-125.
  58. (2000) Pragmaticheskaja informacija vo frazeologicheskikh edinicakh. Vestnik Mezhdunarodnogo Slavjanskogo Universiteta. Serija «Filologija» 1, 85-88.
  59. (1999) Etimologija frazeologizmov v svete pragmaticheskogo opisanija vo frazeologicheskikh slovarjakh. Vestnik Mezhdunarodnogo Slavjanskogo Universiteta. Serija «Filologija» 4, 53-54.
  60. (1990) Teksty tipa «povestvovanie» i «rassuzhdenie». Tipologija. Uchjonye zapiski of People’s Friendship University of Russia. 87-99.
  61. (1990) Tipologija tekstov tipa «povestvovanie». Kommunikativnaja organizacija otdel'nogo vyskazyvanija vo vzaimodejstvii s kommunikativnoj organizaciej teksta. Materialy konferencii molodykh uchjonykh. People’s Friendship University of Russia. 34-44.
  62. (1987) Semanticheskaja kharakteristika slozhnosochinjonnykh predlozhenij s sojuzom “a” i posledujushchim anaforicheskim elementom. Dissertation for Master’s degree (M.A.).
  63. (1985) “Eksplikacija vyvoda na osnove presuppozicii v slozhnosochinjonnykh predlozhenijakh s sojuzom “a” i posledujushchim anaforicheskim elementom. Materialy konferencii NSO Moscow State University. 115-121.

Invited and contributed scholarly articles, selected conference papers and public talks

  1. (2017, 14 December) ‘Internetization of the political space. BigData for research of the political processes’, for invited public lecture at St Petersburg State University, Faculty of Political Science.
  2. (2017) Contemporary instruments for
  3. (2017, 4 October) 'Rethinking Russian revolutions of the XXth century as a part of the state information policy’, as a plenary talk for ‘The Legacy of the Russian Revolutions” international conference of the Russian Financial University under the Government of the Russian Federation. Доклад пленарный Переосмысление российских революций XX в. как задача государственной информационной политики / Международная научная конференция «Капитал революций». Финансовый университет при Правительстве РФ и Институт российской истории РАН. 4 октября 2017. Переосмысление российских революций XX в. как задача государственной информационной политики / Гуманитарные науки. Специальный выпуск. 2017
  4. (2016, October) Доклад приглашенного спикера – пленарный и опубликованные тезисы: From the active blogging to the political leadership or to “the parties without leaders”/ Digital Diaries: Resistance, Self-Representation and Civic Journalism  in the  Russian Language Internet, University of Uppsala, Sweden, 2016. id=29413107
  5. (2014, 26 April) Mapping social movements in Twitter and LiveJournal, for a work-shop in St Petersburg University.
  6. (2014, 25 April) ‘Networked Russian society: social movements in the context of the internet and social media’, for Comparative media studies in today’s world: journalism cultures in various socio-political contexts Second international conference, St Petersburg State University, Institute “School of Journalism and Mass Communication”.
  7. (2014, 7 April) ‘Tweeting fear, anger, outrage for emotional mobilization: case of Navalny supporters’ rallies on 18 July 2013’, for BASEES annual conference.
  8. (2013, 12 June) ‘Tweeting the Russian protests’, for Protest Movements, Free Speech and the Media’ conference, University of Westminster.
  9. (2013, 8 April) Chair for ‘Political attitudes and behavior in Russia’ panel at BASEES/ICCEES Congress ‘Europe: Crisis and Renewal’.
  10. (2013, 5 April) Discussant for ‘Representations and Utilization of the “Great Patriotic War” in Regional, National and Transnational Contexts in Putin’s Russia’ MAW project panel at BASEES/ICCEES Congress ‘Europe: Crisis and Renewal’.
  11.  (2012, 13 December) ‘”The opposition won the battle for the Internet”’, So, What’s Next? The Internet and social Media in the “managed” Russian protests (2011-2012)’, for Aleksanteri Institute Visiting Fellows Research Seminar, Helsinki.
  12. (2012, 20 June) ‘”Calm Down, Orange Monkeys, the Arab Spring Won’t Happen in Russia”: Russian Protest in Search of Models and Parallels’, for Arab Spring and Russian Winter: Digital Humanities, Protest Movements and Memory Studies  workshop held by Memory at War project and Cambridge Digital Humanities Network.
  13. (2012, 15 February) ‘The Manezhka Affair and the First Steps of Russian Mnemonics’, for East European Memory Studies Seminar, CRASSH, Cambridge.
  14. (2011, 28 December) Interview for ‘A Leading Rol’ at TV Culture, Moscow.
  15. (2011, 8 December) ‘The Internet as a Corpus’, for University of Helsinki Russian Corpora Workshop.
  16. (2011, 7 December) ‘Overview of Integrum Applications from Sociolinguistic Tasks to Mnemonics (Unity Day in Russia)’, for Aleksanteri Institute seminar Integrum Databases – New Tools for Post-Soviet Studies’, Helsinki.
  17. (2011, 3 November) ‘Quantitative Analysis of a Memory Event: 9 May 2011 in L’viv’, for Memory at War project special seminar, Cambridge.
  18.  (2008) ‘Computer-based approaches to some lexicographical problems’, for Tokyo University of Foreign Studies project 'Russian linguistics and language education' workshop.
  19. (2007) ‘Russian language as symbolic value’, for NewTimes TV, Moscow.
  20. (2007) 'We shouldn't/should learn from foreigners', for ‘The Culture Revolution' at TV channel ‘Culture’, Moscow.
  21. (2007) ‘Freedom of speech in contemporary Russian mass-media’, keynote lecture for Forum on Russian glasnost and freedom of speech 'Komu na Rusi govorit’ horosho' University of Osaka.
  22. (2007) 'A Big Impression', for Radio channel 'Culture', Moscow.
  23. (2007) 'Language of Russian diaspora in Japan', for Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, University of Kanagawa and Tsukuba University joint seminar.
  24. (2004) 'Leo Termin and termenvox', for Alumni Homecoming Lecture, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.

Textbooks

  1. (2017) Political, socio-cultural and law space of Russia and the world. (Политическое, социально-культурное и правовое пространство России и мира). With G. Otiutsky. Moscow. RSSU. 358 p.
  2. (2017) Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. Moscow. RSSU. 323 p.
  3. (2017) Introduction. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. With Grishin O. P. 7-9.
  4. (2017) Political process. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. With Iadakhovska M. P. 28-38.
  5. (2017) Prognosis of the political process. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. with Donay L. P. 69-80.
  6. (2017) Tekhnologies of the political decision making and the political decision realization. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics with Donay L. P. 80-97.
  7. (2017) GR and the lobbying. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. With Baranska M. P. 97-111.
  8. (2017) The tekhnologies of the political mobilization. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. With Iadakhovska A. P. 111-124.
  9. (2017) The electoral campaigns: types and features. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. With Iadakhovska A. P. 187-201.  
  10. (2017) Political advertising for the elections. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. With Baranska M. P. 222-236.
  11. (2017) PR during the electoral campaign. In Political relations, process and technologies: technologies of the effective politics. With Baranska M. P. 236-246.
  12. (2017) Stories and tells about Russia. With Amitrova M. RSSU.
  13. (2008) (G. Nikiporets-Takigawa) Encore Russian Part II. 115 pages. ISBN 978-4-14-189454-4
  14. (2008) (G. Nikiporets-Takigawa) Encore Russian Part I. 115 pages. ISBN 978-4-14-189453-7
  15. (2007) (G. Nikiporets-Takigawa) What about you? Part III, 6, The New Russian Cinema. Progulka, March 56 pages. 
  16. (2007) (G. Nikiporets-Takigawa) What about you? Part III, 5, The New Russian Cinema. Progulka, February. 55 pages.
  17. (2007) (G. Nikiporets-Takigawa) What about you? Part III, 4, The New Russian Cinema. Progulka, January. 56 pages.
  18. (2006) (G. Nikiporets-Takigawa) What about you? Part III, 3, The new Russian Cinema. Progulka, December. 55 pages.
  19. (2006) (G. Nikiporets-Takigawa) What about you? Part III, 2, The new Russian Cinema. Progulka, November. 56 pages.
  20. (2006) (G. Nikiporets-Takigawa) What about you? Part III, 1, The new Russian Cinema. Progulka, October. 55 pages.
  21. (2004) What about you? Part II, 6, Contemporary Russian and Contemporary Japan. Introduction to Transcultural Studies, September. 57 pages.
  22. (2004) What about you? Part II, 6, Contemporary Russian and Contemporary Japan. Introduction to Transcultural Studies, August. 58 pages.
  23. (2004) What about you? Part II, 6, Contemporary Russian and Contemporary Japan. Introduction to Transcultural Studies, July. 58 pages.
  24.  (2004) What about you? Part II, 6, Contemporary Russian and Contemporary Japan. Introduction to Transcultural Studies, June. 58 pages.
  25. (2004) What about you? Part II, 6, Contemporary Russian and Contemporary Japan. Introduction to Transcultural Studies, May. 58 pages.
  26. (2004) What about you? Part II, 6, Contemporary Russian and Contemporary Japan. Introduction to Transcultural Studies, April. - 58 pages.
  27. (2003) What about you? Part I, 6, Russia and Japan, Russians and Japanese, Russian and Japanese. March. - 110 pages.
  28. (2003) What about you? Part I, 5, Russia and Japan, Russians and Japanese, Russian and Japanese. February. - 110 pages.
  29. (2003) What about you? Part I, 4, Russia and Japan, Russians and Japanese, Russian and Japanese. January. 112 pages.
  30. (2002) What about you? Part I, 3, Russia and Japan, Russians and Japanese, Russian and Japanese. December. 110 pages.
  31. (2002) What about you? Part I, 2, Russia and Japan, Russians and Japanese, Russian and Japanese. November. 110 pages.
  32. (2002) What about you? Part I, 1, Russia and Japan, Russians and Japanese, Russian and Japanese. October. 112 pages.
  33. (1996) 26 Short Stories and Tales. Yasasii Rosiago dokuhon. (with M. Sasao et al.) Daigakusyorin. -  76 pages.
  34. (1993) (with Ryuiti Simizu) Chut'-chut' po-japonski. Tokyo, NHK. – 28 p.
  35. (1991) Russkii iazyk. Obuchenie chteniju na materiale tekstov po special'nosti. Yuridichesky profil. For international students of the univirsities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. (with A.V. Kozlov et al.). Moscow. The Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia Publishing. 209 p.  
  36. (1990) Nikiporets, G. Russkij jazyk. Nauchnyj stil' rechi. Juridicheskij profil'. (with A.V. Kozlov etc). Moscow – 56 pages.

Published software, audio, multimedia, etc., materials

  1. CD Encore Russian 2 ISBN 4-14-334-055-2
  2. CD Encore Russian 1 ISBN 4-14-334-054-4
  3. CD What about you? Part III, 6 ISBN 4-14-334-120-6
  4. CD What about you? Part III, 5 ISBN 4-14-334-119-0
  5. CD What about you? Part III, 4 ISBN 4-14-334-118-2
  6. CD What about you? Part III, 3 ISBN 4-14-334-117-4
  7. CD What about you? Part III, 2 ISBN 4-14-334-116-6
  8. CD What about you? Part III, 1 ISBN 4-14-334-115-8
  9. CD What about you? Part II, 6 ISBN 4-14-334-090-3
  10. CD What about you? Part II, 5 ISBN 4-14-334-089-5
  11. CD What about you? Part II, 4 ISBN 4-14-334-088-7
  12. CD What about you? Part II, 3 ISBN 4-14-334-087-9
  13. CD What about you? Part II, 2 ISBN 4-14-334-086-4
  14. CD What about you? Part II, 1 ISBN 4-14-334-085-2
  15. CD What about you? Part I, 6 ISBN 4-14-334-072-0
  16. CD What about you? Part I, 5 ISBN 4-14-334-071-2
  17. CD What about you? Part I, 4 ISBN 4-14-334-070-4
  18. CD What about you? Part I, 3 ISBN 4-14-334-069-0
  19. CD What about you? Part I, 2 ISBN 4-14-334-068-2
  20. CD What about you? Part I, 1 ISBN 4-14-334-067-4

Articles published in non-refereed conference proceedings

  1. (2007) Aktual'nye leksicheskie processy v russkom jazyke konca XX - nachala XXI vekov: fiksacija i analiz pri pomoshchi komp'juternykh resursov i tehnologij. Materialy XI kongressa MAPRJaL, Varna, 276-282.  
  2. (2007) Post-Soviet Russia: virtual and real. The exact methods of analyzing political and social trends in modern Russia. ICEES Regional European Congress, Berlin, 203 - 204.
  3. (2007) Komp'juternye tehnologii dlja rusistiki. Trudy i materialy III Mezhdunarodnogo kongressa issledovatelej russkogo jazyka “Russian Language: it’s Historical Destiny and Present State”, Moscow State University, 624 – 625.
  4. (2006) Prepodavanie russkogo jazyka v universitetakh Japonii. Perspektivy, metodicheskie, kul'turologicheskie i lingvisticheskie problemy. X Congress mezhdunarodnoj associacii prepodavatelej russkogo jazyka i literatury «Russkoe slovo v mirovoj kul'ture», S-Pb., 182-188.
  5.  (2006) Komp'juternye tehnologii dlja modernizacii rusistiki. Materialy Plenarnogo zasedanija prezidiuma MAPRJaL Pekin, 48-49.
  6. (2005) Some tools to semantic analyse of the language of post-soviet television. VII ICCEES World Congress in Berlin, 291-292.
  7. (2005) Integrum for Humanitarian Research.  Japan Association for Slavonic and East European Studies, Kyoto, 26-27.
  8. (2005) The role of the linguistic society in the national language policy. VII ICCEES World Congress in Berlin, 291.
  9. (2004) “Jazyk SMI v sociolingvisticheskom aspekte: otrazhenie obzhshego processa snizhenija jazykovoj kompetencii” in “Materialy mezhdunarodnogo kongressa «Russkij jazyk na rubezhe stoletij»” MGU, 440.
  10. (2004) SMI kak instrument jazykovoj politiki gosudarstva. – III Jornadas Andaluzas de Eslavistica, Granada, 109-110.

Non-juried shows, exhibitions and performances

  1. India Book Fair 2008, Presentation of the book “Integrum: quantitative method and the humanities”. Ed. by Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa, 2006, ISBN 5-98856-007-5.
  2. China Book Fair 2006, Presentation of the book “Integrum: quantitative method and the humanities”. Ed. by Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa, 2006, ISBN 5-98856-007-5.
  3. AAASS 2006, Washington, Presentation of the book “Integrum: quantitative method and the humanities”. Ed. by Galina Nikiporets-Takigawa, 2006, ISBN 5-98856-007-5.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 

Peer-Review Experience (recent)    

Referee for research papers submitted to:

Canadian Slavonic Papers,

International Journal of Communication,

Language Resources and Evaluation,

Russian Journal of Communication;

Membership

2017-present Member of Content Selection Advisory Board for 100 Best Russian Journals to go to Web of Science project of RSCI and NEICON

2017-present Russian Political Science Association

2012-present British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies.

2009-present  Scotland-Russia Forum.

2002–present Japanese Society for Slavonic and East European Studies.

2002–10          Member of American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.

2006–09          Member of working group of cinema and television (a professional organization of film scholars and critics within AAASS).

2003-09           Member of Japanese Society for Teachers in Slavonic and East European Studies.

Conference Activity

2012                            Organizer of “Arab Spring and Russian Winter: Digital Humanities, Protest Movements and Memory Studies” joint workshop of the Memory at War Project and Cambridge Digital Humanities Network, University of Cambridge.  

2012                Chair for “Gulag Unbound” Conference, University of Cambridge.

2010                Organizer and participant of “Social and linguistic turbulence in post-Soviet Russia” roundtable at ICCEES congress.

2010                Organizer of “The construction of Russian national identity in Post-Soviet space” round table at AAASS conference, Los Angeles.

2009-2010       Co-organizer (with Dr Ryazanova-Clarke) of "The Russian Language Outside the Nation: Speakers and Identities" conference, University of Edinburgh.

2008                Organizer and participant of ‘Language and politics in Putin’s Russia’ panel at AAASS conference, Philadelphia

2008                Chair for ‘Gender and memory in Russian literature and cinema’ panel at AAASS conference, Philadelphia

2007                Organizer and participant of “Modern technology in Russian studies: quantitative methods and database analysis” panel at AAASS conference, New Orleans.

2007                Organizer and participant of “New technology as a toll for humanity” ICCEES Regional European Congress, Berlin.

2005                Organizer and participant of “Language politics in Central and Eastern Europe” panel at VII ICCEES World congress, Berlin, July 2005.

Public Engagement

           

2015-               Model United Nations at RSSU initiator and principal organizer

2015-               Dean of the Faculty for Humanities and Head of the Department of Political Studies and International relations everyday activities and duties in public engagement with public at all level of education, with wider public at all sectors of economy.

2010-12           Executive Committee, Russian Edinburgh Education and Support Centre, supervisor and coordinator of educational programmes, curriculum development, online teaching materials, and British qualification examination arrangments

2011                Initiator and co-organizer (with Jenny Carr and Dr Peter France) of 'My Never Ending Friend' exhibition of a Russian painter Alexander Voitsekhovski for Edinburgh Festival

2002-2009       Open day - Tokyo University of Foreign Studies coordinator

2009               Open day - University of Edinburgh meeting students and parents at Russian Department desk

Organisational and Administrative Experience

2015-          Dean of the Faculty for Humanities and Head of the Department of Political Studies and International relations – everyday activities and duties

2003-09      Coordinator of Russian Culture Club in Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

2005-2008    The Year abroad coordinator (together with Belarusian State University, Kuban State University, Lomonosov Moscow State University, National University of Uzbekistan, Pushkin institute, Russian State University for the Humanities, Ryazan University, St Petersburg State University, etc.)

2002-08      Organizer of “Russian Week” annual event for students and workshops on Russian as a foreign language teaching methodology for teachers' development in Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

2007-09     Co-chair of NOS (Working Group of postgraduates and early career researchers of                    Tokyo University and Tokyo University of Foreign Studies

TEACHING EXPERIENCE (selected relevant courses)

List of selected lecture courses, modules taught culture studies, media, ICT and society, intercultural communication, IT-based and corpora-based research, Computer Assisted Language Learning and audiovisual education (BA, MA, MPhil, PhD students, academics and practitioners):

  1. ‘Political, socio-cultural and law space of Russia and the World’ «Политическое, социально-культурное и правовое пространство России и мира» МДО-БАК-1
  2. 'Political sciences' for non-majoring in Political sciences. BA-1.
  3. ‘Methods, analysis, prognosis in Area Studies and in International Relations’. BA-4 and MA-1, 2.
  4. ‘Empirical politic, statistics and methods in politics and international relations’ for MA and BA students in Politics, International Relations and Regional Studies,
  5. 'The Internet as an instrument of the politics' «Интернет как инструмент политики» ПОЛ-БАК-2
  6. 'Cultural space of Europe' «Культурное пространство Европы» МДО-МАГ-2
  7. 'Scientific project collaboration and grant application process' «Научное взаимодействие и грантовая деятельность» ПОЛ, МДО, ЗРГ МАГ 1
  8. ‘Text and culture. Russian identities’. 1h fortnightly in 2013/2014, 2014/2015, 8-19 students of final year, 5-10 hours per year
  9. ‘Integrum and other instruments for Russian and Ukrainian media analysis and their application to Digital mnemonics’. Input lecture and discussion for Digital mnemonics and Slavonic studies International spring school held by University of Cambridge, Oxford and Passau. Freising, Germany. [http://digital-mnemonics.rzblogs.uni-passau.de/], 2013, March.
  10. ‘Media wars over memory events: methodology of media analysis based on quantitative approaches’, ‘Mapping history in divided societies: approaches and methods’ guest lectures and training sessions for Crimea Policy Dialogue Workshop, Simferopol, 2012, October, 2013, December.
  11. ‘Internet-based research’, the Core Course for the MPhil, 2012/2013, once a week in 2-h blocks, 7 students.
  12. ‘Online search: how to analyse Integrum and explore the blogosphere’, sessions for up to 20 MPhil and PhD students and MAW researchers, 2011/2012, three x 2-h blocks.
  13. ‘Integrum and other web-based search instruments for the humanities’, lecture and training session for Higher School of Economics, Moscow, 2011, 23 December
  14. ‘Creating your own teaching materials online – digital media-based education and CALL’, training sessions for Russian Edinburgh Education and Support Centre teachers, 2011, 4 sessions.
  15. From soviet to post-soviet: TV in the digital era, 2008/2009 second term, 26 students, 2 h per week, 26 h per term.
  16. Media language and language norm negotiation, 2008/2009 first term, 17 students, 2 h per week, 26 h per term.
  17. Language and/of media, 2007/2008 second term, 40 students, 2 h per week, 26 h per term.
  18. Media and language change, 2007/2008 first term, 32 students, 2 h per week, 26 h per term.
  19. From Socialist TV and Cinema to Post-Socialist TV and Cinema, 2007-2009, lectures within “East European Studies” joint course for all students of second year of Slavic department, up to 122 students, 4 h per year.
  20. Comparative cultural studies: cultural and social changes in contemporary Russia: watching Soviet and post-Soviet films. Audiovisual course 2001-2009, up to 30 students (year 3), 2 h per week, 52 h per year.
  21. Cultural interference and intercultural communication, 2001-2006, lectures for all students of second year of Slavic department, up to 122 students, 4 h per year.
  22. Quantitative content analysis, 2003/2004 second term, 18 students (year 4 and MA), 2 h per week, 26 h per term.
  23. Language aggression in political rhetoric and in media, 2003/2004 first term, 25 students, 2 h per week, 26 h per term.
  24. Language culture and language norm negotiation, 2001/2002 second term, 36 students, 2 h per week, 26 h per year.

In all cases my duties are to create a module, lecture and training series, list of recommended reading and handouts; update the internet resources, upload the recommended materials for the web-pages for independent study; deliver the module; assess and provide feedback; supervise output writing and publications. Having experience within different tutorial system: one-to-one, small-group, lecture course; I designed audio-visual, online and paper-based teaching and learning materials including WebCT, materials for independent learning in Multi-Media laboratory. In addition to my research-based activity, I have taught Russian language at all levels and authored textbooks Encore Russian, What about you? Tokyo, 2008, 3-rd edition. What about you? Part II. Tokyo, 2006. What about you? Part I. Tokyo, 2003; co-authored Reading in Russian for Beginners (Tokyo, 1996), Russian for Academic Purposes (Moscow, 1990), and a 6-year-long set of radio programmes on Russian language and culture. 

SUPERVISION EXPERIENCE (selected relevant topics)

Научное руководство в РГСУ

Аспирантами по темам:

«Российский националистический дискурс в посткрымской России», «Международный опыт формирования избирательных систем: подходы и модели», «Волонтерство как ресурс молодежной политики», «Инновационные технологии публичной политики»

Магистерскими диссертациями по темам:

«Международные молодежные проекты как инструмент мягкой силы»

«Интернет и современные протестные движения на примере Испании»

«Приграничное сотрудничество Российской Федерации со странами СНГ как фактор обеспечения национальной безопасности»

«Технологии проектирования эффективной политической кампании в социальных медиа»

«Модель ООН» как инструмент публичной дипломатии: на основе проектов «Модель ООН для старшеклассников. Сегодня школьник – завтра дипломат» и «Польско-российский мост»

«Роль гражданской журналистики и социальных медиа в сетевых социальных движениях»

Supervision at the University of Cambridge, on the following topics:

  1. Supervisions for SLC2 ‘Text and Culture. Russian Identity’. 2014/2015 (16 h+); 2013/2014 – 31 h; 2012/2013 – 30 h.

Academic advisor at Higher School of Economics and Liberal mission foundation projects:

  1. November 2013 – November 2014 ‘Russian ideological movements through the prism of Runet’ joint project of Higher school of economics and Levada Centre. Supported by Liberal mission foundation.
  2. October 2012 – April 2013 ‘Russian ideological ‘bezvremenie (stagnation)’ in the mirror of social media’. Supported by Liberal mission foundation.
  3. January – September 2012 ‘Blogosphere Impact to ethnic and national conflicts’. Supported by Liberal mission foundation.

Advisor at the University of Edinburgh, PhD thesis, on the following topics:

  1. Names of the Internet

Supervision at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, MA thesis on the following topics: Media language in search of post-soviet identity in Latvia. MA degree awarded in 2007. PhD course started in 2009.

  1. Aggression, loanwords, language culture negotiation in media discourse in post-socialist Russia and Ukraine, degree awarded in 2009.
  2. Attitude to Russian language and Russians in Kazakhstan media, MA started in 2008.
  3. Computer-based approaches to creation of road signs dictionary, MA awarded in 2005.

Personal and professional development

Effective Research Presentation – teaching and lecturing methods 
Supervising Graduate students 
Presentation Skills: An Introduction (blended: online course and two half-day seminars)
Time Management
Lecturing Performance 

(all training was obtained at Personal and Professional Development (PPD), University of Cambridge)

Languages: fluent Russian, English and Japanese, conversational Ukrainian and understanding of syntax and vocabulary to translate text for interpretative content-analysis. German, Spanish, Latin, Greek, Bulgarian were studied in school and university. Will study Polish at the University of Cambridge (course for staff) in 2018/2019 academic year.