Nation-building in post-Soviet Europe, collective memory studies, identity and belonging, sociological research methodology
Anna Chebotarova is a sociologist and a doctoral research fellow at the Department of Literature, Area Studies and European Languages at the University of Oslo, Norway. She is engaged in the international project "National values and political reforms in post-Maidan Ukraine" (VALREF). Before joining ILOS she worked as a coordinator of the "Ukrainian Regionalism: a Research Platform" project at the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland). She is also affiliated with the Center for Urban History in East-Central Europe (Lviv, Ukraine). Anna has graduated from the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology at Central European University (Budapest).
Chebotarova, Anna (2020). Collective Memory of the Holocaust in Post-Soviet Ukraine. In Wylegała, Anna & Głowacka-Grajper, Małgorzata (Ed.), The Burden of the Past: History, Memory, and Identity in Contemporary Ukraine. Indiana University Press. ISSN 978-0-253-04673-4. p. 183–205. doi: https%3A/doi.org/10.2307/j.ctvx8b7rg.13.
Chebotarova, Anna (2020). Memory and Military Conflict: Politics of History and its Societal Perception in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine. Euxeinos. ISSN 2296-0708. 10(29), p. 115–127.
Chebotarova, Anna; Hofmann, Tatjana; Schmid, Ulrich & Kratochvil, Alexander (2019). Literary Mediascapes in Ukraine. In Schmid, Ulrich & Myshlovska, Oksana (Ed.), Regionalism without regions: reconceptualizing Ukraine’s heterogeneity. CEU Press. ISSN 978-963-7326-63-9. p. 219–245.
Chebotarova, Anna (2019). Renegotiating Ukrainian Identity at the Euromaidan. In Schmid, Ulrich & Myshlovska, Oksana (Ed.), Regionalism without regions: reconceptualizing Ukraine’s heterogeneity. CEU Press. ISSN 978-963-7326-63-9. p. 393–426.