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Becoming Visible in The Digital Age
The Pussy Riot affair has been represented in Western media as a feminist plight for rights. This study demonstrates that this interpretation disregards the social context of the case and theExpand
Once Again on the Class Question in Postsoviet Feminism
It has been claimed that class no longer functions as a significant factor in gender research in the Post-Soviet space. Yet, in the recent Women’s Conference of 2008, it was largely concluded thatExpand
ON NATION, GENDER, AND CLASS FORMATION IN BELARUS…AND ELSEWHERE IN THE POST-SOVIET WORLD
  • Elena Gapova
  • Political Science
  • Nationalities Papers
  • 1 December 2002
“Liberal democracy, in truth, is the political arrangement under which capital thrives best.” Slavoj Zizek “It's the economy, stupid!” (Slogan on the wall of Bill Clinton's headquarters during hisExpand
Outsourcing to the Post-Soviet Region and Gender
IntroductIon The purpose of this article is to analyze the out-sourcing of information technology (IT) jobs to a specific world region as a gendered phenomenon. Appadurai (2001) states that theExpand
Over the Wall/After the Fall: Post-Communist Cultures through an East-West Gaze
Introduction: Mapping Postsocialist Cultural StudiesMagdalena Zaborowska, Sibelan Forrester, and Elena Gapova Part I. (Re-)Visitations 1. How I Found Eastern Europe: Televisual Geography, TravelExpand
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Things to have for a Belarusian: Rebranding the nation via online participation
The paper focuses on online consumer activism targeting Belarusian vyshyvanka, i.e. commodities with geometric ornament. Its reinvention was spurred by a global trend of nation branding and byExpand
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