sadovina@ut.ee

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
20.08.2018–...   
Missouri Ülikool, Visiting Assistant Professor (1,00)
2012–...   
Tartu Ülikool, Doktorant (0,10)
 
 
Haridustee
2011–2012   
Tartu Ülikool, MA, Läänemere regiooni uuringud
2010–2012   
University College London, International Masters in Economy, State and Society (Nation, State and Society track) - distinction
2005–2009   
Lipscomb University, BA in Management and French - summa cum laude
2005–2010   
Mari State University, diploma in Linguistics and Foreign Language Education
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2013−2014   
University of Toronto, departmental representative to the Graduate Student Union
2007−2009   
Lipscomb University, Student Assistant at the Foreign Language Department
 
 
Teenistuskäigu lisainfo
GUEST LECTURES AND INVITED TALKS

2018 “Subjectivity, Sexuality and Suffering.” Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto, Canada.
2016 “Lacanian Psychosis and the Epistolary Form.” The Comparative Literature Students’ Tribune, Montréal, Canada. Co-written and presented with Fan Wu.
2015 “Time on Our Hands.” The Comparative Literature Students’ Tribune, Toronto, Canada.
2012 "The Meaning of the Soviet Past in the Promotion and Reception of Sofi Oksanen’s ‘Purge’: Literature, Memory Politics and the Publishing Industry." Department of Eastern European Studies, University of Hamburg. ;
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto

Course Instructorships:

SLA 220Y Intermediate Russian (Fall 2016)
SLA 100H, SLA101H Elementary Russian (2015-2016)

Teaching Assistantships (Seminar Leader):

SLA 252H Russian Short Story (Spring 2017). Professor: Donna Orwin
SLA 220Y Intermediate Russian (2015-2016). Instructors: Jan Schallert and Olga Khometa
SLA 320Y Advanced Russian (2013-2014). Instructor: Jan Schallert

Teaching Assistantships (Marker):

SLA 317H Tolstoy (Fall 2015). Professor: Donna Orwin
SLA 210H Russian for Russians (Winter 2014). Professor: Julia Mikhailova
SLA 430H Advanced Russian Writing Skills (Winter 2014). Professor: Julia Mikhailova

Seminar and Workshop Facilitation:

Creative Translation Workshop (March 2018). Literature and Critical Theory Student Union. Collaboration with Fan Wu.
SLA212H1 Russian Novel (Winter 2018). Seminar on Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. Professor: Kate Holland.
TBB199Y Girls and Sex (Winter 2017). Seminar on “Rape Responses.” Professor: Eva-Lynn Jagoe.
Creative Translation Workshop (November 2017). The Comparative Literature Students’ Tribune. Collaboration with Fan Wu.

Department of English, University of Tartu

Seminar Facilitation:

FLGR.01.354 Book Club: A Selection of Short Stories in English (Spring 2012). Seminars on Ian McEwan and Eudora Welty. Instructor: Kärt Vahtramäe.

Foreign Language Department, Lipscomb University

Student Assistantship:

FR1114, FR1124 Elementary French (2007-2009). Professor: Kelly Kidder
FR2114, FR2124 Intermediate French (2007-2009). Professor: Kelly Kidder

Degree program of State and Municipal Management, Mari State University, Russia

Workshop Facilitation:

2016 Grant Writing Workshop;
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

2018- American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL)
2017- Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS)
2017- Canadian Comparative Literature Association (CCLA)
2017 Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES)
2014, 2017 American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA)
2015 International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF)
2013-14 European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR)
2013-14 Estonian Society for the Study of Religions (EAUS)
2013-14 American Folklore Society (AFS)
2013 Folklore Studies Association of Canada (FSAC)
2012- Estonian Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts;

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2014, Irina Sadovina, Travel bursary (European Association for the Study of Religion): Netherlands
2013, Irina Sadovina, University of Toronto Tuition Fellowship
2013, Irina Sadovina, Stipend for international participants (American Folklore Society): USA
2012, Irina Sadovina, State-funded PhD scholarship, University of Tartu
2012, Irina Sadovina, Student Research Competition Award for MA thesis (Estonian Science Foundation)
2011, Irina Sadovina, Shortlisted for the Academia Rossica Young Translator’s Award 2011 (London, UK).
2010, Irina Sadovina, IMESS scholarship (Erasmus Mundus) (University College London and University of Tartu)
2005, Irina Sadovina, Academic scholarship (Lipscomb University)
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.4. Kultuuriuuringud; CERCS ERIALA: H400 Folkloristika
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.6. Filoloogia ja lingvistika; CERCS ERIALA: H390 Üldine ja võrdlev kirjandusteadus, kirjanduskriitika, kirjandusteooria
 
 
Lisainfo
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Assistantships

Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto

2017 “Communities, Collectives, and the Commons: 21st Century Challenges and Opportunities” (Jackman Humanities Institute Scholars-in-Residence Project). Supervisor: Eva-Lynn Jagoe. Research of local intentional communities, library research.

2013 “Database of Soviet Samizdat Periodical Editions, 1956-1986.” Supervisor: Ann Komaromi. Transcription of samizdat journals.

Department of Sociology, Vanderbilt University

2010 “Soviet Memory in Contemporary Russia.” Supervisor: Kate Pride Brown. Transcription of interviews.

College of Business, Lipscomb University

2008 “Women on Boards.” Study commissioned by Nashville CABLE, a networking organization for women. Supervisor: Steve Little. Background research, statistical analysis, article translation from Russian and French.

Fieldwork

2012-14 Interviews and participant observation in alternative spirituality organizations and community groups. St Petersburg, Leningrad and Pskov regions, and Mari El Republic, Russia.

2013 Interviews. Fieldwork program of the international workshop “Genres of Beliefs from a Folkloristic Perspective” (University of Tartu and North-Eastern Hill University, India). Raid Mayong (Meghalaya) and Mayong (Assam), India.

Publikatsioonid

Klass
Aasta
Publikatsioon
 
3.2.
2019
1.1.
2017
6.7.
2017
6.7.
2017
6.9.
2017
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
6.6.
2013
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2011
21.04.2019

Career

Institution(s) and position(s)
20.08.2018–...   
University of Missouri, Visiting Assistant Professor (1,00)
2012–...   
University of Tartu, PhD student (0,10)
 
 
Education
2011–2012   
University of Tartu, MA in Baltic Sea Region Studies
2010–2012   
University College London, International Masters in Economy, State and Society (Nation, State and Society track) - distinction
2005–2009   
Lipscomb University, BA in Management and French - summa cum laude
2005–2010   
Mari State University, diploma in Linguistics and Foreign Language Education
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2013−2014   
University of Toronto, departmental representative to the Graduate Student Union
2007−2009   
Lipscomb University, Student Assistant at the Foreign Language Department
 
 
Additional career information
GUEST LECTURES AND INVITED TALKS

2018 “Subjectivity, Sexuality and Suffering.” Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto, Canada.
2016 “Lacanian Psychosis and the Epistolary Form.” The Comparative Literature Students’ Tribune, Montréal, Canada. Co-written and presented with Fan Wu.
2015 “Time on Our Hands.” The Comparative Literature Students’ Tribune, Toronto, Canada.
2012 "The Meaning of the Soviet Past in the Promotion and Reception of Sofi Oksanen’s ‘Purge’: Literature, Memory Politics and the Publishing Industry." Department of Eastern European Studies, University of Hamburg. ;
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto

Course Instructorships:

SLA 220Y Intermediate Russian (Fall 2016)
SLA 100H, SLA101H Elementary Russian (2015-2016)

Teaching Assistantships (Seminar Leader):

SLA 252H Russian Short Story (Spring 2017). Professor: Donna Orwin
SLA 220Y Intermediate Russian (2015-2016). Instructors: Jan Schallert and Olga Khometa
SLA 320Y Advanced Russian (2013-2014). Instructor: Jan Schallert

Teaching Assistantships (Marker):

SLA 317H Tolstoy (Fall 2015). Professor: Donna Orwin
SLA 210H Russian for Russians (Winter 2014). Professor: Julia Mikhailova
SLA 430H Advanced Russian Writing Skills (Winter 2014). Professor: Julia Mikhailova

Seminar and Workshop Facilitation:

Creative Translation Workshop (March 2018). Literature and Critical Theory Student Union. Collaboration with Fan Wu.
SLA212H1 Russian Novel (Winter 2018). Seminar on Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. Professor: Kate Holland.
TBB199Y Girls and Sex (Winter 2017). Seminar on “Rape Responses.” Professor: Eva-Lynn Jagoe.
Creative Translation Workshop (November 2017). The Comparative Literature Students’ Tribune. Collaboration with Fan Wu.

Department of English, University of Tartu

Seminar Facilitation:

FLGR.01.354 Book Club: A Selection of Short Stories in English (Spring 2012). Seminars on Ian McEwan and Eudora Welty. Instructor: Kärt Vahtramäe.

Foreign Language Department, Lipscomb University

Student Assistantship:

FR1114, FR1124 Elementary French (2007-2009). Professor: Kelly Kidder
FR2114, FR2124 Intermediate French (2007-2009). Professor: Kelly Kidder

Degree program of State and Municipal Management, Mari State University, Russia

Workshop Facilitation:

2016 Grant Writing Workshop;
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

2018- American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL)
2017- Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS)
2017- Canadian Comparative Literature Association (CCLA)
2017 Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES)
2014, 2017 American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA)
2015 International Society for Ethnology and Folklore (SIEF)
2013-14 European Association for the Study of Religions (EASR)
2013-14 Estonian Society for the Study of Religions (EAUS)
2013-14 American Folklore Society (AFS)
2013 Folklore Studies Association of Canada (FSAC)
2012- Estonian Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts;

Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2014, Irina Sadovina, Travel bursary (European Association for the Study of Religion): Netherlands
2013, Irina Sadovina, University of Toronto Tuition Fellowship
2013, Irina Sadovina, Stipend for international participants (American Folklore Society): USA
2012, Irina Sadovina, State-funded PhD scholarship, University of Tartu
2012, Irina Sadovina, Student Research Competition Award for MA thesis (Estonian Science Foundation)
2011, Irina Sadovina, Shortlisted for the Academia Rossica Young Translator’s Award 2011 (London, UK).
2010, Irina Sadovina, IMESS scholarship (Erasmus Mundus) (University College London and University of Tartu)
2005, Irina Sadovina, Academic scholarship (Lipscomb University)
 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.4. Cultures Research; CERCS SPECIALITY: H400 Folklore
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.6. Philology and Linguistics; CERCS SPECIALITY: H390 General and comparative literature, literary criticism, literary theory
 
 
Additional information
RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Assistantships

Centre for Comparative Literature, University of Toronto

2017 “Communities, Collectives, and the Commons: 21st Century Challenges and Opportunities” (Jackman Humanities Institute Scholars-in-Residence Project). Supervisor: Eva-Lynn Jagoe. Research of local intentional communities, library research.

2013 “Database of Soviet Samizdat Periodical Editions, 1956-1986.” Supervisor: Ann Komaromi. Transcription of samizdat journals.

Department of Sociology, Vanderbilt University

2010 “Soviet Memory in Contemporary Russia.” Supervisor: Kate Pride Brown. Transcription of interviews.

College of Business, Lipscomb University

2008 “Women on Boards.” Study commissioned by Nashville CABLE, a networking organization for women. Supervisor: Steve Little. Background research, statistical analysis, article translation from Russian and French.

Fieldwork

2012-14 Interviews and participant observation in alternative spirituality organizations and community groups. St Petersburg, Leningrad and Pskov regions, and Mari El Republic, Russia.

2013 Interviews. Fieldwork program of the international workshop “Genres of Beliefs from a Folkloristic Perspective” (University of Tartu and North-Eastern Hill University, India). Raid Mayong (Meghalaya) and Mayong (Assam), India.

Publications

Category
Year
Publication
 
3.2.
2019
1.1.
2017
6.7.
2017
6.7.
2017
6.9.
2017
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2014
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
5.2.
2013
6.6.
2013
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2012
5.2.
2011
21.04.2019
  • Leitud 1 kirjet
ProgrammLiikNumberNimiProjekti algusProjekti lõppVastutav täitjaAsutusFinantseerijapoolne rahastamine
IUTIUT2-43Traditsioon, loovus ja ühiskond: vähemused ja alternatiivsed diskursused01.01.201331.12.2018Ülo ValkTartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, kultuuriteaduste instituut639 000,00 EUR