V. V. Lapin, A. I. Miller (Eds.) (2021). Simvolicheskie aspekty politiki pamiati v sovremennoi Rossii i vostochnoi Evrope [Symbolic aspects of the politics of memory in modern Russia and Eastern Europe]. EUSP Press

Author Biographies

Olga F. Rusakova, Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Olga F. Rusakova, Dr. Sci. (Political Sciences), Professor, Head of the Philosophy Department at the Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Chairman of the Dissertation Council (Ural Federal University; historical and political sciences), Editor-in-Chief of the Diskurs-Pi scientific journal. Her research interests are generally devoted to discourse analysis, primarily to the discourse of modern political philosophy.  She has published numerous works contributing to soft power, mobility, and media discourse studies; she is also acknowledged for developing a peculiar discourse of travelogue. However, her most recent research focuses on the politics of memory, where she confirms her commitment to broadening horizons of contemporary discourse analysis.

Ekaterina G. Gribovod, Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Ekaterina G. Gribovod, Cand. Sci. (Political Sciences), Researcher at the Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. She investigates challenges of digital society and global mediatization in terms of political communications and media discourse, contributing in particular to the study of mediatization of politics. Her most recent research focuses on the politics of memory, where she has been conducting analysis of different commemorative practices.

Yan Yu. Moiseenko, Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russia

Yan Yu. Moiseenko is a Junior Researcher at the Institute for Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. His PhD research focuses on the phenomenon of conformity as the ontological foundation of modern political ideologies and political systems in general. In order to undertake this investigation, he is implementing Martin Heidegger’s approach to studying conformity, which creates a broader philosophical framework for the research. His academic interests also include the politics of memory, with the collective imagination of the past being the main concept under consideration.

Published
2022-10-10
How to Cite
Rusakova, O., Gribovod, E., & Moiseenko, Y. (2022). V. V. Lapin, A. I. Miller (Eds.) (2021). Simvolicheskie aspekty politiki pamiati v sovremennoi Rossii i vostochnoi Evrope [Symbolic aspects of the politics of memory in modern Russia and Eastern Europe]. EUSP Press. Changing Societies & Personalities, 6(3), 696–699. doi:10.15826/csp.2022.6.3.197
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Book Reviews