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Volha Olga Sasunkevich

Universitetslektor/biträdande

Volha Olga Sasunkevich
Universitetslektor/biträdande
olga.sasunkevich@gu.se
+46 31 786 4083

Postal Address: Box 200, 40530 Göteborg
Visiting Address: Vera Sandbergs allé 8 , 41133 Göteborg


Department. of Cultural Sciences (More Information)
Box 200
405 30 Göteborg
www.kultur.gu.se
kuv@kultur.gu.se
Visiting Address: Vera Sandbergs allé 8 , 411 33 Göteborg

About Volha Olga Sasunkevich

 Olga (Volha) Sasunkevich holds her PhD in History of Eastern Europe from University of Greifswald (Germany) and Master in Cultural Studies (with specialization in Gender Studies) from European Humanities University (Vilnius, Lithuania). Before coming to University of Gothenburg, she worked as a lecturer at the Department of Media at European Humanities University in Vilnius and co-ordinated the work of the Centre for Gender Studies there. In 2015 she published monograph “Informal Trade, Gender and the Border Experience: from Political Borders to Social Boundaties” (Ashgate/Routledge 2015). In 2014 Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS) awarded her with a Graduate Essay Prize for a dissertation chapter, entitled "Shuttle Trade and Gender Relations: Female World in a Provincial Border Town". She was also a co-creator of a toolkit “Eliminating Gender Illiteracy” (in Russian, 2013) aimed at integrating feminist and LGBT*-agenda into the work of NGOs in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. Together with Mia Liinason she will work on the project Spaces of Resistance dedicated to feminist and LGBT*-movements in contemporary Russia, Scandinavia and Turkey.

Latest publications

Feminist Activism
Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen, Di Wang, Olga Sasunkevich, Xiong Jing
Savinetti, N. (ed.) Gendered Dimensions of Welfare in China and the Nordic Region. Feminist transformations, visions and recommendations. , Copenhagen , NIAS – Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Report, Report chapter 2019
Report chapter

Women resisting border regimes: two case studies from Eastern and Northern Europe
Mia Liinason, Olga Sasunkevich
Dreaming global change, doing local feminisms : visions of feminism : global North/global South encounters, conversations and disagreements / edited by Lena Martinsson and Diana Mulinari., London, Routledge, Chapter in book 2018
Chapter in book

Women Resisting Border Regimes: Border Textures of Gendered Identities and Empowerment
Mia Liinason, Olga Sasunkevich
Border Making and its Consequences: Interpreting Evidence from the "Post-Colonial" and "Post-Imperial" 20th Century: Association for Borderlands Studies, 2nd World Conference, University of Vienna / Central European University Budapest, July 10 –14, 2018, Conference contribution 2018
Conference contribution

Where is local identity gone? The case of “Belarusian Poles” from the Hrodna region
Olga Sasunkevich
Border Making and its Consequences: Interpreting Evidence from the "Post-Colonial" and "Post-Imperial" 20th Century: Association for Borderlands Studies, 2nd World Conference, University of Vienna / Central European University Budapest, July 10 –14, 2018, Conference contribution 2018
Conference contribution

Queer Crossings: the Case of Russian-Norwegian Pride
Mia Liinason, Olga Sasunkevich
New (Im)mobilities: Migration and Race in the Era of Authoritarianism, 15–17 August 2018, Norrköping, Sweden. , Conference contribution 2018
Conference contribution

Ethnography of Invisible: Studying Informal Economy in Small Towns
Olga Sasunkevich
SAGE Research Methods Cases. Part 2 , London, SAGE Publications Ltd, Chapter in book 2018
Chapter in book

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2019

Feminist Activism
Elisabeth Lund Engebretsen, Di Wang, Olga Sasunkevich, Xiong Jing
Savinetti, N. (ed.) Gendered Dimensions of Welfare in China and the Nordic Region. Feminist transformations, visions and recommendations. , Copenhagen , NIAS – Nordic Institute of Asian Studies Report, Report chapter 2019
Report chapter

2018

Women resisting border regimes: two case studies from Eastern and Northern Europe
Mia Liinason, Olga Sasunkevich
Dreaming global change, doing local feminisms : visions of feminism : global North/global South encounters, conversations and disagreements / edited by Lena Martinsson and Diana Mulinari., London, Routledge, Chapter in book 2018
Chapter in book

Women Resisting Border Regimes: Border Textures of Gendered Identities and Empowerment
Mia Liinason, Olga Sasunkevich
Border Making and its Consequences: Interpreting Evidence from the "Post-Colonial" and "Post-Imperial" 20th Century: Association for Borderlands Studies, 2nd World Conference, University of Vienna / Central European University Budapest, July 10 –14, 2018, Conference contribution 2018
Conference contribution

Where is local identity gone? The case of “Belarusian Poles” from the Hrodna region
Olga Sasunkevich
Border Making and its Consequences: Interpreting Evidence from the "Post-Colonial" and "Post-Imperial" 20th Century: Association for Borderlands Studies, 2nd World Conference, University of Vienna / Central European University Budapest, July 10 –14, 2018, Conference contribution 2018
Conference contribution

Queer Crossings: the Case of Russian-Norwegian Pride
Mia Liinason, Olga Sasunkevich
New (Im)mobilities: Migration and Race in the Era of Authoritarianism, 15–17 August 2018, Norrköping, Sweden. , Conference contribution 2018
Conference contribution

Ethnography of Invisible: Studying Informal Economy in Small Towns
Olga Sasunkevich
SAGE Research Methods Cases. Part 2 , London, SAGE Publications Ltd, Chapter in book 2018
Chapter in book

2017

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