Elena Trubina (Professor in Social Theory and Philosophy, Ural Federal University) focuses on post-socialist urban space and subjectivities in light of theories of globalization and neoliberalism. She has published on trauma, collective memory, urban theory, creative industries, mass and social media, mega-events, focusing on Russia in the twenty first century. She serves on the editorial board of “Society and Space” and recently co-edited “Dilemmas of Diversity after the Cold War: Analyses of Cultural Differences by United States- and Russia-Based Scholars” (2010) and “Russian Mass Media and Changing Values” (2010). Her publications in Russian include “Travma: Punkty” (2010) (together with Sergey Oushakine) and “Gorod v Teorii” (City in Theory) (2011), which received numerous reviews in academic and intellectual press and is a best-seller among urban books in Russia.
Created / Updated: 29 October 2015 / 30 October 2015