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International MA in Russian Studies >> 

Recently defended M.A. theses:

  • Russian ethnic policy in the 1990s: conceptual models and political practice.
  • Creating the space of mass media: professional practices of Russian journalists
  • The role of the non-profit sector in the development of the liberal model of social welfare policy in contemporary Russia.
  • Habitat as a social institute: Leningrad, 1918-1941.
  • Formation of the party system in Russia: aspects of institutional influence.
  • Educating children in the West: reconversion strategies of the new wealthy classes in Russia.
  • Ethnicity: theoretical constructions and biographical narratives. A case study of the Tartar community in St. Petersburg.
  • The work ethic of contemporary Russian re-immigrants: a study of values and self-fashioning practices.
  • The social construction of masculinity: a case study of the “real men’s journal” Medved’.
  • Political participation of Russian women in the 1990s: the CPRF and the Yabloko party.
  • Extortion or protection? An analysis of racket gangs in the St. Petersburg private sector.
  • An Atmosphere of Reconciliation: A Theory of the Resolution of Modern Ethnic Conflicts Based on the Transcaucasian Conflicts.
  • Swedish Firms in St. Petersburg, Russia, 1992-99: The Search for a Protected Environment in a Market Economy.
  • Sources, Perspectives and Implications of Political Extremism in Russia: A Study of Russian National Unity and the National Bolshevik Party.
  • The Constitution of the Subject in Stalinist Russia during the 1930s.
  • Explaining the Civil War in Tajikistan.
  • Democracy on $5 a Day: Why Open Political Systems Survive in Some Ðoor Countries.
  • The Kommunalka. A Relentless Celebration of Separateness and Communalism.
  • Russian Military Reform: Planning for and in the 21st Century Security Environment.
  • Between Anarchy and Authoritarianism - an Analysis of Civil Society in Russia 1999 - 2002.
  • Women and Work in Transitional Russia: New opportunities, legacies of the Soviet system.
  • A Comparative Analysis of Post-Imperial Policies (France in the Post-World-War Period and Russia after the Breakup of the Soviet Union).
  • Germany, Russia and 9/11 Coalition. A Social Constructivist Account on Foreign Policy Behavior.
  • Russian-Jewish Quota Refugees in Germany: Migrants' Identity Change and the Consequences of this Immigration in Germany.
  • Gender Representation and the Soviet Woman: the Crisis of Female Identity in Late Soviet Cinema
  • Analyzing Regime Change in Post-Soviet Space: A Comparative Approach
  • The Current State of US-Russian Relations: Cooperation or Standoff?
  • The Power that Is and the Power that Acts: Towards a Conceptual History of Vlast’
  • Modernity, Modernism, and Jewish Identity: Isaak Babel's Art in the Politics and Philosophy of Hannah Arendt
  • Russia’s Loss in Nuclear Power
  • Russia’s Youth: A New Generation
  • Stalin: Lenin today? The Historiographical Debate
  • The Weakness of Civil Society in Russia: The Effect of State-Society Relationships and Foreign Aid on the Capacity and Autonomy of Environmental NGOs
  • The Enregy Empire? Gazprom as an Instrument of Russian Foreign Policy in the Near Abroad
  • Revamping Russian Oil: an Enduring Quest for Balance
     
 

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