On this webpage you can find information about my publications and media entries in English. My publications in Russian can be found here: Google Scholar, ResearchGate, ORCID, Academia.edu, Russian Science Citation Index.
Articles in peer-reviewed journals
Polukhina E., Vanke A. (2015) Social Practices of Using War Memorials in Russia: A Comparison between Mamayev Kurgan in Volgograd and Poklonnaya Gora in Moscow. The Russian Sociological Review, 14(4), pp. 115–128.
Vanke A. (2014) The Corporeality of Working-Class Men in Labour Regimes and the Private Sphere. Laboratorium: Russian Review of Social Research, 6(1), pp. 154–158. An extended summary of the article published in Russian. The original version: Ваньке А. (2014) Телесность мужчин рабочих профессий в режимах труда и приватной сферы, Laboratorium. Журнал социальных исследований, 6(1), с. 60–83.
Vanke A. (2015) Political Emotion: Russia’s 2011–2013 Mass Rallies. Russia’s Politics & Law, 53(5–6), pp. 27–43. An English translation of the article published in Russian. The original version: Ваньке А. (2014) Политические эмоции: российские митинги 2011 – 2013 годов. Неприкосновенный запас. Дебаты о политике и культуре, 97(5), с. 117–132.
Book chapters and encyclopedia entries
Vanke A. (2018) Masculinities, Bodies and Subjectivities: Working-Class Men Negotiating Russia’s Post-Soviet Gender Order. Masculinity, Labour and Neoliberalism: Working-Class Men in International Perspective / Ed. by Ch. Walker, S. Roberts. London: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 195–218.
Vanke A. (2016) Fear of War. The SAGE Encyclopedia of War: Social Science Perspectives / Ed. by Paul I. Joseph. Thousand Oaks, London: Sage Publications Inc, pp. 617–620.
Vanke A. (2016) Body, Memory and Emotions of Male Members of the Army with Direct Experience of War. Collective Memories in War / Ed. by E. Rozhdestvenskaya, V. Semenova, I. Tartakovskaya, K. Kosela. London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Ltd, pp. 176–187.
Polukhina E., Strelnikova A., Vanke A. (2017) The Transformation of Working-Class Identity in Post-Soviet Russia: A Case-Study of an Ural Industrial Neighborhood. NRU Higher School of Economics. Series SOC Sociology. No. WP BRP 77/SOC/2017.
Book and conference reviews
Vanke A. (2017) Sociological Debate on Inequalities in Russia and Beyond. Russian Sociological Review, 16(1), pp. 270–277.
In the media
Vanke A. How can I tell what social class I belong in? The Question. November 2016.
Vanke A. How do social factors determine which music, fashions, trends, films etc become pop culture phenomena and which don’t? The Question. December 2016
‘An intellectual gives voice to people who have no voice‘. Realnoe vremya. April 2019. An English translation* of my interview given in Russian. The original version can be found here.
‘The Russian workers aren’t as passive as they are thought to be‘. Realnoe vremya. May 2019. An English translation* of my interview given in Russian. The original version can be found here.
*The translation was not authorized by me.