Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies

Dr Ivan Gololobov

Teaching Fellow in Politics and Russian Studies

Teaching FellowBA, MA, PhD

1 West North 2.17b
Email: I.Gololobov@bath.ac.uk

Academia.edu

Profile

Dr Gololobov joined the Department in 2016 as a Teaching Fellow in Politics and Russian Studies. Prior to this he was doing research and at the University of Warwick. He was awarded his PhD from the Ideology and Discourse Analysis Programme, Department of Government, University of Essex.

Research interests

  • Russian Studies
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Political Theory
  • Cultural Studies
  • Popular Music
  • Qualitative Methods of Social Research

Publications

Book/s

Gololobov, I., Pilkington, H. and Steinholt, Y., 2014. Punk in Russia:Cultural Mutation from the 'Useless' to the 'Moronic'. Routledge. (Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series; 55)

Book Sections

Gololobov, I., 2017. Punk in Russia. In: Prato, P., Shepherd, J. and Horn, D., eds. Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World.Vol. XI. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 612-613.

Gololobov, I., 2017. Rock in Belarus. In: Horn, D., SHEPHERD, J. and Prato, P., eds. Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World.Vol. XI. London: Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 651-652.

Gololobov, I., 2014. Immigrant punk: the struggle for post-modern authenticity. In: Worley, M., ed. Punk, Politics and Resistance: Fight Back! Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 77-98. (The Subcultures Network)

Articles

Gololobov, I., Steinholt, Y. and Pilkington, H., 2016. Punk in Russia:a short history. Logos (Russian Federation), 26 (4), pp. 27-61.

Gololobov, I., 2014. On being a punk and a scholar:A reflexive account of researching a punk scene in Russia. Sociological Research Online, 19 (4), 14.

Gololobov, I., 2014. Village as a discursive space:The political study of a non-political community. Journal of Language and Politics, 13 (3), pp. 474-490.

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