Recent publications by project participants:

Van der Vet, Freek 2018. “When they Come for You”: Legal Mobilization in New Authoritarian Russia. Law & Society Review, 52 (2): 301–336.

Ratilainen, Saara 2018. Digital Media and Cultural Institutions in Russia: Online Magazines as Aggregates of Cultural Services. Cultural Studies, 31, 5 (Sept 2018), 800–824.

Ratilainen, Saara (in print). Independent and Popular? Russian Youth Online Videos in the Age of Globalisation. In S. Hudspith & V. Strukov (eds.) Russian Culture in the Era of Globalisation. London: Routledge.

Wijermars, Mariëlle 2019. Memory Politics in Contemporary Russia: Television, Cinema and the State. London and New York: Routledge.

Wijermars, Mariëlle 2018. ‘Project ‘1917 – Free History’: Reliving the Russian Revolution in the Digital Age’. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media 18: 45-65.

Ratilainen, Saara 2017. “Besides You, 120 Other Bloggers Have Already Been to Thailand”: The Symbolic Economy of Russian Travel BloggingDigital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media 17: 93-111.

Galkina, Marina & Lehtisaari, Katja 2016.  Прогноз изменения государственного регулирования российских СМИ. Mediascope 4.

Katila, Essi & Ratilainen, Saara 2016. Internet ja amatööritelevisio Venäjällä [Internet and amateur television in Russia]. Idäntutkimus [Finnish Review of Eastern European Studies], 23 (1): 53-69.

Lassila, Jussi 2016. Aleksei Naval’nyi and Populist Re-ordering of Putin’s Stability. Europe – Asia Studies 68 (1), pp. 118–137.

Lehtisaari, Katja 2016. Lehdistönvapauden jäljillä. Idäntutkimus 23 (2): 1-2.

Lehtisaari, Katja 2016. Vaalit ja julkinen keskustelu. Idäntutkimus 23 (3): 1-2.

Lehtisaari, Katja 2016. Public discussion on information society in Russia. In Philosophical and Cultural Interpretations of Russian Modernisation, edited by Lehtisaari, K. & Mustajoki, A., pp. 163-174. Routledge (Studies in Contemporary Russia).

Lehtisaari, Katja 2016. Position of commercial media in Russia. Baltic Rim Economies 2/2016: 43.

Ratilainen, Saara 2016. Russian Digital Lifestyle Media and the Construction of Global Selves. In Eurasia 2.0: Russian Geopolitics in the Age of New Media, edited by Suslov, M. & Bassin, M. Lexington Books (Russian, Eurasian, and Eastern European Politics).

Wijermars, Mariëlle 2016. Memory Politics beyond the Political Domain: Historical Legitimation of the Power Vertical in Contemporary Russian TelevisionProblems of Post-Communism 63 (2): 84-93.


Recent publications on related topics by our network members:

Koltsova O., Koltsov S. & Nikolenko S. 2016. ”Communities of co-commenting in the Russian LiveJournal and their topical coherence.”  Internet Research, Vol. 26 (3), pp. 710 – 732.
Koltsova O. & Scherbak A. N. 2015. ”‘LiveJournal Libra!’: The political blogosphere and voting preferences in Russia in 2011–2012.” New Media and Society Vol. 17 (10), pp 1715-1732.
Koltsova O. & Selivanova G. 2015. “Explaining offline participation in a social movement with online data: the case of observers for fair elections.” NRU Higher School of Economics. Series SOC “Sociology” No. 67.
Нигматуллина К.Р. 2016. Городская интернет-газета – на смену городской ежедневной газете. Журналістыка ў суладдзі з жыццём, c. 220-225.
Nigmatullina, Kamilla 2013. Intellectual rebellion in modern Russian media: spiritual values in post-secular world. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Media & Mass Communication (2), pp. 233-241.
Нигматуллина К.Р. 2012. Новейшее российское телевидение: утраченные идеалы. Журналистика постсоветских республик: 20 лет спустя. Сб. трудов  Междунар. науч.-практ. конф. Белгород, 24-27 сентября 2012 г./ под  ред. проф. А.П. Короченского и проф. М.Ю. Казак. — г. Белгород, c. 43-52.