Anastasiya Astapova

13.10.1986
+37258205635
anastasiya.ast@gmail.com

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2016–31.08.2016    Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, folkloristika nooremteadur (0,80)
01.01.2013–31.12.2014    Ohio Riiklik Ülikool, Rahvaluule uuringute keskus, külalisteadur
05.10.2010–05.07.2011    Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide instituut, Eesti ja võrdleva rahvaluule osakond, Külalisdoktorant (1,00)
05.10.2010–05.07.2011    Tartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond, Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide instituut, Eesti ja võrdleva rahvaluule osakond, Külalisdoktorant (1,00)
01.01.2007–31.12.2010    Doktorant, vene kirjandus, Peterburi, Vene Riiklik Pedagoogiline Ülikool
 
 
Haridustee
2011–2015    PhD, University of Tartu
2007–2016    PhD, Institute of Russian Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences
2001–2007    MA vene keel, kirjandus ja inglise keel, Vitebski Riiklik Ülikool
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2015−...    COST ACTION 15101 Vandenõuteooriate võrdlev analüüs, juhtkomitee liige

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teaduspreemiad ja tunnustused
2014, Anastasiya Astapova, Western Folklore States Society student stipend
2012, Anastasiya Astapova, Student award for the best presentation at International Summer School for Humour and Laughter: Research, Theory and Applications
 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
VALDKOND: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.4. Kultuuriuuringud; CERCS ERIALA: H400 Folkloristika

Publikatsioonid

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Anastasiya Astapova

13.10.1986
+37258205635
anastasiya.ast@gmail.com

Career

Institution and position
01.01.2016–31.08.2016    Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, Junior Research Fellow in Folkloristics (0,80)
01.01.2013–31.12.2014    Ohio State University, Center for Folklore Studies, visiting scholar
05.10.2010–05.07.2011    University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Culture Studies and Arts, Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, Visiting student (1,00)
05.10.2010–05.07.2011    University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy, Institute of Culture Studies and Arts, Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, Visiting student (1,00)
01.01.2007–31.12.2010    PhD student of Russian Literature Department, Saint-Petersburg, Russian State Pedagogical University
 
 
Education
2011–2015    PhD, University of Tartu
2007–2016    PhD, Institute of Russian Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences
2001–2007    M. A. Russian Language, Literature and English Language, Vitebsk State University
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2015−...    COST ACTION 15101 Conspiracy theory comparative analysis

Qualifications

 
 
Honours & awards
2014, Anastasiya Astapova, Western Folklore States Society student stipend
2012, Anastasiya Astapova, Student award for the best presentation at International Summer School for Humour and Laughter: Research, Theory and Applications
 
 
Field of research
FIELD OF RESEARCH: 2. Culture and Society; 2.4. Cultures Research; CERCS SPECIALTY: H400 Folklore
 
 

Publications

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  • Leitud 4 kirjet
ProgrammNumberNimiProjekti algusProjekti lõppVastutav täitjaAsutusRahastamine kokku
ETFETF9190Alternatiivsed usundilised diskursused: folkloristlik vaade01.01.201231.12.2012Ülo ValkTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond10 200,00 EUR
SFSF0180139s08Folkloor ja ühiskond: pärimusmälu, loovus, rakendused01.01.200831.12.2012Ülo ValkTartu Ülikool, Filosoofiateaduskond258 706,97 EUR
ETFETF8149Kultuuriprotsessid muutuvas ühiskonnas: Traditsioon ja loovus postsotsialistlikus huumoris01.01.201031.12.2013Liisi LainesteEesti Kirjandusmuuseum49 698,82 EUR
IUTIUT2-43Traditsioon, loovus ja ühiskond: vähemused ja alternatiivsed diskursused01.01.201331.12.2018Ülo ValkTartu Ülikool, humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond, Kultuuriteaduste ja kunstide instituut532 500,00 EUR
  • Leitud 57 kirjet
PublikatsioonKlassifikaatorFail
Astapova, Anastasiya (2017). Rumor, Humor, and Other Forms of Election Folklore in Non-Democratic Societies: The Case of Belarus. Folklore. Electronic Journal of Folklore, -−- [_isbeingpublished].1.1.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2017). How to pronounce ‘Belarusian’? Negotiating identity through naming. In: Abel Polese, Jeremy Morris, Emilia Pawlusz and Oleksandra Seliverstova (Ed.). The National in Everyday Life. Identity and Nation­-building in Post­-socialist Spaces (x−x). Routledge Taylor & Francis Ltd [ilmumas].3.1.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2017). Intervjueerimine Skype'i teel. Merili Metsvahi (Toim.). Folkloristlikud välitööd (241−243). Tartu: Tartu Ülikooli Kirjastus.3.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2016). Counter-hegemony in Today’s Belarus: Dissident Symbols and Mytholigical Figure of Miron Vitebskii. Nationalities Papers, 44 (5), 713−730, 00905992.2016.1146238.1.1.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2016). Political biography: incoherence, contestation, and the hero pattern elements in the Belarusian case. Journal of Folklore Research, 53 (2), 31−62.1.1.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2016). When the President Comes: Potemkin Order as an Alternative to Democracy in Belarus. Ethnologia Europaea, x−x [_isbeingpublished].1.1.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2016). Современный студенческий анекдот: сюжетный состав и тематические особенности. (Doktoritöö, Institute of Russian Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences, ). Institute of Russian Literature, Russian Academy of Sciences.2.3.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2016). In Quest of the Lost Masterpieces, Ethnic Identity, and Democracy: the Belarusian Case. In: Marion Bowman, Ülo Valk (_EditorsAbbr). Contesting Authority: Vernacular Knowledge and Alternative Beliefs (x−x). Equinox [_isbeingpublished].3.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2015). Why All Dictators Have Moustaches: Political Jokes in Contemporary Belarus. HUMOR: International Journal of Humor Research, 28 (1), 71−91, 10.1515/humor-2014-0142.1.1.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2015). Political Cartoon at the Service of West Belarusian Left Wing Movement: The Journal “Malanka” (1926–28). Journal of Belarusian Studies, 7−41.1.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2015). Negotiating Belarusianness: Political Folklore Betwixt and Between. (Doktoritöö, University of Tartu). University of Tartu Press.2.3.
Astapova, Anastasiya; Siim, Pihla Maria (2015). 5th International Conference of Young Folklorists "Folklore of Connections, Folklore of Conflict" October 7–9, 2015, University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy. Abstracts. In: . Tartu: Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, University of Tartu.4.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2015). No Rules – No Trust: Democracy and Rumors about Surveillance. <i>Folklore Fellows’ Summer School 2015: Doing Folkloristics in the Digital Age.</i> Painosalama Oy, 14.5.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2015). When the President Comes: The Potemkin Order as a Mode of Well-being in Belarus. <i>5th International Conference of Young Folklorists Folklore of Connections, Folklore of Conflict, October 7–9, 2015 University of Tartu Viljandi Culture Academy.</i> 24.5.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2015). Folklore Fellows’ Summer School 2015: Doing Folkloristics in the Digital Age. Folklore Fellows’ NETWORK, 47, 18−21.6.8.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). «Вот народ, без батьки уже и картошку перебрать не могут»: белорусские политические и этнические анекдоты. Антропологический форум, 1, 252−294.1.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). «Игрушко митингуэ!»: наномитинг в России и Беларуси. А. Архипова, М. Алексеевский. Мы не немы (293−306). Tartu: Estonian Literary Museum, University of Tartu.3.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). Alexandria: the Ultimate Potemkin Village. <i>The 7th annual OSU/IU Folklore Conference, April 4-5, Ohio State University.</i> 5.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). In search of lost masterpieces: the Belarusian case. <i>European Association of Social Anthropologists Meeting,July 31-August 3, Tallinn.</i> 5.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). In Search of the Correct National Symbols: The Miron Vytebsky Legend. <i>Midwest Slavic Conference. Ohio State University, Columbus, March 28-30.</i> 5.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). Miron Vitebsky: From Urban Legend to National Movement. <i>73rd annual conference of the Western States Folklore Society, 11-12 April, Utah State University.</i> 5.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). Surveillance and Democracy: Panopticon Rumors in Belarus. <i>American Folklore Society Annual Meeting 2014, November 5-8, Santa Fe, New Mexico.</i> 5.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). Демократия и паноптикум: слухи о слежке в современной Беларуси. <i>Конспирологические нарративы в русской культуре: проблемы и перспективы исследования, 29-30 ноября, Санкт-Петербург.</i> 5.2.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2014). How Coucsurfing Succeeds. And Fails. Review of Picard, David; Buchberger, Sonja, eds., Couchsurfing Cosmopolitanisms: Can Tourism Make a Better World? H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and Social Sciences, April.6.9.
Astapova, Anastasiya (2013). De-Abbreviations: from Soviet Union to Contemporary Belarus. Names, 61 (3), 159−167.1.1.