Anna Zhelnina, The Apathy Syndrome: How We Are Trained Not to Care about Politics, Social Problems, spz019. https://doi.org/10.1093/socpro/spz019
Isaac Jabola-Carolus, Luke Elliott-Negri, James M. Jasper, Jessica Mahlbacher, Manès Weisskircher & Anna Zhelnina (2018) Strategic interaction sequences: the institutionalization of participatory budgeting in New York City, Social Movement Studies, DOI: 10.1080/14742837.2018.1505488
“Hanging Out,” Creativity, and the Right to the City: Urban Public Space in Russia before and after the Protest Wave of 2011-12. In: Stasis, #1 2014
Learning to Use ‘Public Space’: Urban Space in Post-Soviet St. Petersburg
Public Space in Europe and Russia: ‘Europeanness’ and Re-Interpretation of Urban Public Space
Public spaces as spaces of fear and alienation? Youth in public spaces in St. Petersburg, Russia
“It’s Like a Museum Here”: The Shopping Mall as Public Space. Summary
“Learning to use the public space”: perception of the urban spaces in the post-soviet context
From “Barakholka” to Shopping Mall: Transformation of Retail Spaces in St. Petersburg
Blogs / Comments
“The Question:” What do the latest studies tell us about political views among young people in Russia?
“Republic” (in Russian)
Fortress Under Siege: Moscow’s Renovation
“Critical Mass” Bulletin of the Collective Behavior and Social Movements Section of the American Sociological Association
Social Movements Research in Russia: Sociology of the ignored activism
“The Housing Question: The way we live now:” Public lecture, New Holland Lectorium in Social Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia, June 8, 2018. Watch on YouTube (in Russian).