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vagramenko@gmail.com
Tatiana is a social anthropologist. Her research interests center on religion and resistance to power, religious fundamentalism and secularism, post-socialism, ethnic and religious minorities in Russia and Ukraine, and cultural memory.
Based on lengthy field experience, her work focuses on the politicization of religion in post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine, and the legacy of Soviet religious dissent and religious minorities’ resistance to authoritarian regime in postsocialist societies.

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
2016–...   
Center of Arctic and Siberian Exploration Institute for Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Affiliated Researcher (0,50)
2014–...   
Marginalized and Endangered Worldviews Study Center (MEWSC), University College Cork, Ireland, Affiliated Researcher (0,50)
01.02.2017–31.12.2017   
Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut, järeldoktori taotluse taotleja (1,00)
2010–2012   
Center for the Study of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements in Russia, European University at St. Petersburg, Teadur (1,00)
2009–2011   
National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Research Coordinator (0,50)
2008–2009   
National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Anthropology Department, Tutor (Theory and Practice in Anthropology) (0,50)
2006–2007   
St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, Anthropology of Religion; Ethnology; History of Religion (1,00)
2005–2006   
St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, Acting Head of Curriculum Department (1,00)
2000–2005   
St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, Conference and Project Manager (1,00)
 
 
Haridustee
2008–2014   
National University of Ireland, Maynooth, PhD in Anthropology
2005–2007   
European University at St. Petersburg, MA in Ethnology (Cultural Anthropology)
2003–2005   
St. Petersburg State University, MA in Religious Studies
1997–2001   
St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, BA in Religious Studies
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2016−...   
The European Union's Horizon 2020 "Cultural Opposition – Understanding the Cultural Heritage of Dissent in the Former Socialist Countries", Trinity College Dublin. Volunteer member of expert network (area of expertise – religious opposition in Soviet Ukraine)
2015−...   
American Anthropological Association, member
2014−...   
International Arctic Social Sciences Association, member
2014−...   
Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions, member
2011−...   
European Association of Anthropologists, member
2010−...   
European Association of the Study of Religions, member
2013−2013   
Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, Reviewer
2011−2011   
Government of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (Russia), Nomadic School Project Consultant
2011−2011   
Yamal-Nenets Regional Museum Complex of Shemanovsky (Salekhard, Russia). Inter-museum internship, archive work.
2010−2012   
Templeton Foundation / University of Southern California: Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Initiative. Researcher
2009−2011   
Irish Research Council for Humanities and Social Sciences, Research Development Initiative. “Changing Vectors of Development: Locating Russia in Development Discourse and Practice”, PI - Dr. Patty Gray. Research Coordinator
2009−2009   
Russian Foundation for the Humanities. Research project. “Nomadic Christianization Model: Changing Religious Practices of the Yamal Nenets”. Researcher
2007−2008   
European Science Foundation’s EUROCORES Programme BOREAS. Collaborative Project “New Religious Movements in the Russian North: Competing Uses of Religiosity after Socialism” (NEWREL). Conference Coordinator:
2007−2007   
Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching, Higher Education Support Program (Open Society Foundation), Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Summer School: How to Teach on Pluralism and Fundamentalism in Religious Studies?
2007−2008   
Manager: Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), Russian Academy of Science, St. Petersburg
2006−2006   
Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching, Higher Education Support Program (Open Society Foundation), Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Summer School: Religious Pluralism and Fundamentalism. Interdisciplinary Approaches to Religious Studies
2005−2005   
Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching, Higher Education Support Program (Open Society Foundation), Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Summer School: Paradigms of Cohabitation, Tolerance and Interreligious Dialogue
 
 
Teenistuskäigu lisainfo
Research Management: Wide experience in coordinating and administering numerous international conferences and research projects (took part in organizing over 20 conferences, workshops, seminars, and research projects) have made me competent in research management. I have developed my project management skills including research budget management, international fundraising, commercialization of research and public outreach, coordinating grant applications and reports.

My responsibilities in different years included: records management, supervising administrative activities, administrative and IT-related tasks, public relations.
;

Kvalifikatsioon

Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2013, Tatiana Vagramenko, Global Supplementary Grant Program (GSGP), Network Scholarship Programs of the Open Society Institute. PhD Scholarship
2012, Tatiana Vagramenko, National University of Ireland Maynooth conference grant
2012, Tatiana Vagramenko, EASA travel grant
2008, Tatiana Vagramenko, John and Pat Hume PhD Fellowship, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
2008, Tatiana Vagramenko, Michigan University/EUSP Awards holder as the best graduating MA student from the European University at St. Petersburg
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.4. Kultuuriuuringud; CERCS ERIALA: S220 Kultuuriantropoloogia, etnoloogia ; PÕHISUUND: Anthropology of Religion, Post-Socialism, Religion and Politics
 
 
Lisainfo
Languages: Russian, English, Ukrainian, Spanish.

Publikatsioonid

Klass
Aasta
Publikatsioon
 
3.1.
2017
5.2.
2016
5.2.
2014
3.2.
2011
5.2.
2011
3.2.
2008
3.2.
2007
6.1.
2006
8.05.2018
vagramenko@gmail.com
Tatiana is a social anthropologist. Her research interests center on religion and resistance to power, religious fundamentalism and secularism, post-socialism, ethnic and religious minorities in Russia and Ukraine, and cultural memory.
Based on lengthy field experience, her work focuses on the politicization of religion in post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine, and the legacy of Soviet religious dissent and religious minorities’ resistance to authoritarian regime in postsocialist societies.

Career

Institution and occupation
2016–...   
Center of Arctic and Siberian Exploration Institute for Sociology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Affiliated Researcher (0,50)
2014–...   
Marginalized and Endangered Worldviews Study Center (MEWSC), University College Cork, Ireland, Affiliated Researcher (0,50)
01.02.2017–31.12.2017   
Tallinn University, School of Humanities, postdoctoral grant applicant (1,00)
2010–2012   
Center for the Study of Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements in Russia, European University at St. Petersburg, Researcher (1,00)
2009–2011   
National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Research Coordinator (0,50)
2008–2009   
National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Anthropology Department, Tutor (Theory and Practice in Anthropology) (0,50)
2006–2007   
St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, Anthropology of Religion; Ethnology; History of Religion (1,00)
2005–2006   
St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, Acting Head of Curriculum Department (1,00)
2000–2005   
St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, Conference and Project Manager (1,00)
 
 
Education
2008–2014   
National University of Ireland, Maynooth, PhD in Anthropology
2005–2007   
European University at St. Petersburg, MA in Ethnology (Cultural Anthropology)
2003–2005   
St. Petersburg State University, MA in Religious Studies
1997–2001   
St. Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy, BA in Religious Studies
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2016−...   
The European Union's Horizon 2020 "Cultural Opposition – Understanding the Cultural Heritage of Dissent in the Former Socialist Countries", Trinity College Dublin. Volunteer member of expert network (area of expertise – religious opposition in Soviet Ukraine)
2015−...   
American Anthropological Association, member
2014−...   
International Arctic Social Sciences Association, member
2014−...   
Irish Society for the Academic Study of Religions, member
2011−...   
European Association of Anthropologists, member
2010−...   
European Association of the Study of Religions, member
2013−2013   
Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, Reviewer
2011−2011   
Government of the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug (Russia), Nomadic School Project Consultant
2011−2011   
Yamal-Nenets Regional Museum Complex of Shemanovsky (Salekhard, Russia). Inter-museum internship, archive work.
2010−2012   
Templeton Foundation / University of Southern California: Pentecostal and Charismatic Research Initiative. Researcher
2009−2011   
Irish Research Council for Humanities and Social Sciences, Research Development Initiative. “Changing Vectors of Development: Locating Russia in Development Discourse and Practice”, PI - Dr. Patty Gray. Research Coordinator
2009−2009   
Russian Foundation for the Humanities. Research project. “Nomadic Christianization Model: Changing Religious Practices of the Yamal Nenets”. Researcher
2007−2008   
European Science Foundation’s EUROCORES Programme BOREAS. Collaborative Project “New Religious Movements in the Russian North: Competing Uses of Religiosity after Socialism” (NEWREL). Conference Coordinator:
2007−2007   
Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching, Higher Education Support Program (Open Society Foundation), Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Summer School: How to Teach on Pluralism and Fundamentalism in Religious Studies?
2007−2008   
Manager: Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera), Russian Academy of Science, St. Petersburg
2006−2006   
Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching, Higher Education Support Program (Open Society Foundation), Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Summer School: Religious Pluralism and Fundamentalism. Interdisciplinary Approaches to Religious Studies
2005−2005   
Regional Seminar for Excellence in Teaching, Higher Education Support Program (Open Society Foundation), Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Summer School: Paradigms of Cohabitation, Tolerance and Interreligious Dialogue
 
 
Additional career information
Research Management: Wide experience in coordinating and administering numerous international conferences and research projects (took part in organizing over 20 conferences, workshops, seminars, and research projects) have made me competent in research management. I have developed my project management skills including research budget management, international fundraising, commercialization of research and public outreach, coordinating grant applications and reports.

My responsibilities in different years included: records management, supervising administrative activities, administrative and IT-related tasks, public relations.
;

Qualifications

Honours & awards
2013, Tatiana Vagramenko, Global Supplementary Grant Program (GSGP), Network Scholarship Programs of the Open Society Institute. PhD Scholarship
2012, Tatiana Vagramenko, National University of Ireland Maynooth conference grant
2012, Tatiana Vagramenko, EASA travel grant
2008, Tatiana Vagramenko, John and Pat Hume PhD Fellowship, National University of Ireland, Maynooth.
2008, Tatiana Vagramenko, Michigan University/EUSP Awards holder as the best graduating MA student from the European University at St. Petersburg
 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.4. Cultures Research; CERCS SPECIALTY: S220 Cultural anthropology, ethnology ; SPECIALITY: Anthropology of Religion, Post-Socialism, Religion and Politics
 
 
Additional information
Languages: Russian, English, Ukrainian, Spanish.

Publications

Category
Year
Publication
 
3.1.
2017
5.2.
2016
5.2.
2014
3.2.
2011
5.2.
2011
3.2.
2008
3.2.
2007
6.1.
2006
8.05.2018
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PublikatsioonAutoridAastaVäljaande pealkiriKlassifikaatorFailAsutused
‘Blood’ Kinship and Kinship in Christ’s Blood: Nomadic Evangelism in the Nenets TundraVagramenko, Tatiana2017Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics1.2.
Indigeneity and Religious Conversion in Siberia: Nenets ‘Eluding’ Culture and Indigenous RevitalizationVagramenko, Tatiana2017Marginalised and Endangered Worldviews: Comparative Studies on Contemporary Eurasia, India and South America3.1.
The Production of Religious Fundamentalism and Unmaking of Modernity in the Russian ArcticVagramenko, Tatiana2016II Congreso Internacional de Antropología “Identidad: Puentes, Umbrales, y Muros”5.2.Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut
Nenets ‘Ritualized Resistance’: Religious Conversion as a Strategy of EmpowermentVagramenko, Tatiana2014The Postcolonial Arctic5.2.Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut
V poiskakh sokhranenia... Religioznoe obraschenie kak mekhanizm adaptatsii yamalskikh nentsevVagramenko, Tatiana2011Sud’ba dialoga v usloviakh globalizatsii i sotsial’no-kul’turnikh transformatsii3.2.Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut
Radical Change for the Sake of Continuity: Christianity in Nenets SocietyVagramenko, Tatiana2011New Movements in Religion Theories and Trends 10th Conference of the European Association for the Study of Religions. Programme and Abstracts.5.2.Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut
Традиционная культура ненцев Ямала в представлении христианских миссионеров: язычество или "Ветхий Завет"?Vagramenko, Tatiana2008Радловский сборник: научные исследования и музейные проекты МАЭ РАН в 2007 г.3.2.Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut
"Неудобная вера". Религиозное обращение ненцев ЯмалаVagramenko, Tatiana2007Славянский ход - 2007. Материалы и исследования3.2.Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut
Znakharstvo Vagramenko, Tatiana2006Religiovedenie. Entsiklopedia6.1.Tallinna Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste instituut