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Vera Skvirskaja

Vera Skvirskaja

Associate Professor

Knowledge of languages

English, Danish, Russian, Ukrainian

Education 

1999-2006

Ph.D. in Social Anthropology. University of Cambridge, UK. Title of dissertation:  ‘New Economic Forms and Subjectivity in Post-socialist Russia: the Case of a Rural Periphery, Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District’. 

1998-1999

M.Phil. in Social Anthropology. University of Cambridge, UK

1994-1998 

BA in Anthropology. University of Copenhagen, Denmark

1993-1994 

Department of English, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

1988-1990

Faculty of Roman-Germanic Philology, English Studies, Kiev State University, USSR

 

EMPLOYMENT (academic positions only)

10 2015 - present Associate Professor, University of Copenhagen, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies 

09 2010 -  07 2015

Post Doctoral Researcher, University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Institute of Anthropology                     

09 2006 - 07 2010

Research Fellow, University of Cambridge, UK. Department of Social Anthropology

09 2005 - 08 2006 

Lecturer. The London School of Economics. Department of Anthropology.

01-05 2005

Academic Staff Assistant, University of Cambridge, Department of Social Anthropology. Full time

10-12 2004

Academic Staff Assistant, University of Cambridge, Department of Social Anthropology. Part time

09 2002 - 01 2003

Teaching Assistant. University of Copenhagen, Denmark. Institute of Anthropology.

 

RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS AND EXTERNAL FUNDING

2004-2005

Research collaboration on the interdisciplinary project ‘Interaction and Co-existence in Bukhara, Uzbekistan’ as a part of the international project ‘Communities in Interaction: Discourses of conflict, conversion and coexistence in cosmopolitan contexts’, funded by the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, Delhi, India. 

09 2006- 07 2008

Research collaboration on the international interdisciplinary project ‘Language Policy in Ukraine: Anthropological, linguistic and further perspectives,’ (UK, Austria, Ukraine), funded by the INTAS, Brussels

Education

PhD University of Cambridge

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