Publications

Books:

 

1. Akopov, Sergei. 2015. Chelovek mnogomernyj: transnacional'naya model' identifikacii individov s makropoliticheskimi soobshchestvami: metateoreticheskij analiz, [The Multidimensional Man: a Transnational Model of Identification with the Macropolitical Communities: Metatheoretical Analysis]. Aletheia: St. Petersburg. - 296 p. (in Russian)

2. Akopov, Sergei, 2013. Razvitie idei transnatsionalizma v rossiiskoi politicheskoi filosofii XX veka [Development of the Idea of Transnationalism in the Russian Political Philosophy of the XX Century]. RANHIGS: St. Petersburg. - 262 p. (in Russian)

3. Akopov, Sergey, and Rozanova, Marya. 2010. Identichnosti v épochu globalnikh migratsii [Identities in the Era of Global Migrations], St.Petersburg University Centre of Comparative Philosophy/Dean: St. Petersburg. - 272 p. (in Russian)

4. Filippova, Nyina & Akopov, Szergej. 2010. Az orosz világ a 20. Században, [Russian world in the twentieth century as a collection of texts], Hungarian centre of Russian Studies, Budapest, - 126 p. (in Hungarian)

 

Selected articles and book chapters:

 

1. Akopov Sergei. ‘Dialogical and Transformative Cosmopolitanism to Come’, In Dialogue and the New Cosmopolitanism: Conversations with Edward Demenchonok. Ed. by Fred Dallmayr, Lexington Books: Lanham. 2022 (in print for 2022).

2. Akopov Sergei. ‘EpiVOGUE: how writing a novel about transnational loneliness made me rethink my strategy of survival’. Ed. by Shine Choi, Cristina Masters, Swati Parashar & Marysia Zalewski. Writing Saved Me. Routledge: London (upcoming)

3. Ageeva Vera and Akopov Sergei. ‘Global Russians’: case study of transnational actors in world politics. Europe-Asia Studies. (in production) DOI: 10.1080/09668136.2022.2063262

4. Akopov, Sergei. Sovereignty as ‘organized loneliness’: an existential approach to the sovereigntism of Russian ‘state-civilization’, Journal of Political Ideologies, (published on line October 25, 2021). DOI: 10.1080/13569317.2021.1990560

5. Ferguson Iain and Akopov Sergei. The Politics of Russian Revisionism: Diplomacy of a Worldview, 2011–14. Russian Politics, 6 (2021), 453 – 477.

6. Akopov, Sergei. Obshchestvennyj ideal: «ontologicheskaya bezopasnost'» i «politika odinochestva», [Social ideal: ontological security and politics of loneliness] Chelovek. 2021. (32:4), 5-26.

7. Akopov, Sergei. ‘Sovereignty’ and ‘Intervention’ Metaphors of Russia’s Loneliness in a Global World, in: Envisioning the World: Mapping and Making the Global. Ed. by M. Albert, S. Holtgreve, K. Preuß. Bielefeld: Transcript Verlag, 2021, 145-164.

8. Akopov, Sergei. Russia’s ‘fortresses of solitude’: Social imaginaries of loneliness after the fall of the USSR. Social Science Information. 2020. Vol. 59. No. 2, 288-309.

9. Akopov, Sergei. Suverennost' kak simvolicheskaya struktura [Sovereignty as a symbolic structure], Politicheskaya nauka. 2020 (2), 204-220.

10. Akopov, Sergei. Transkul’turnye eksperimenty transnacional’nogo intellektuala // Homo Scriptor: Sbornik statej v chest' 70-letiya M.N. Epshtejna / Pod obshch. red.: M. Lipoveckij; nauch. red.: M. Lipoveckij. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2020, 56-81.

11. Akopov, Sergei, Krivokhizh, Svetlana. 2019. “Symbolic representations of “sovereignty” in modern political discourse (comparative analysis of contemporary discourse from France, USA, Russia and China)” / NRU Higher School of Economics. Series PS ‘Political Science’.

12. Akopov, Sergei. 2019. The Concept of ‘Russian Europeans’ In an Anti-War Film ‘The Cuckoo’, In The Interplay Between Political Theory and Movies: Bridging Two Worlds. Berlin: Springer, 63-78.

13. Akopov Sergei. 2018. Book Review: Ot «muzhestva nadezhdy» k filosofskoj vere. Recenziya na knigu: A World Beyond Global Disorder. A Courage of Hope, Ed. by E.Demenchonok, F.Dallmayr. – Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne, 2017. // Filosofskie nauki. № 3:154 – 159.

14. Akopov Sergei. 2018. ““Duty” and “Blame” in Russian Official Symbolic Representations of Sovereignty (1994-2018)”, NRU HSE Series PS ‘Political Science’.

15. Akopov Sergei, Christina Aslanyan, Lilya Boliatchevets & Polina Slusarchuk. 2017. “Is ‘E’ for ‘EMPIRE’?: re-imagining new Russian identity through symbolic politics of ‘Sochi-2014’”, Russian Journal of Communication, Taylor and Francis: Abingdon, Vol.9 (1): 1—18.

16. Akopov Sergei. 2017. Transnacional'naya model' identifikacii individa: Aktual'nost' v usloviyah «Vestfal'skogo paradoksa». In Malinova О. (ed) Symbolic politics. Moscow: INION RAN, Volume 5: ‘Politika identichnosti’, 144-158.

17. Akopov, Sergei. 2016. “Aidar Sultanov: A Russian European Intellectual Against the Formidable ‘Sacrifice of Security to Security’’, Review of Central and East European Law, 41(1), 1-26.

18. Akopov, Sergei. 2016. Transnational Intellectuals Mitigating “Enemy” Images Between Russia and Countries of the Northeast Asia, Eurasia Cultura. Volume 2, September. Seul, 1-16.

19. Akopov, Sergei. 2015. Transnational identity as an intellectual practice of ‘self-care’. We are in constant care... care concept itself in the history of education and culture. Proceedings of the International Conference in memory of the philosopher, sociologist, psychologist G.Ivanchenko (1965-2009) (HSE, 9-11 September). Ed. M.A. Gantry and V.G. Bezrogova. Part 2: Something takes us into the depths of ourselves. Moscow: Canon +, 329-343.

20. Akopov, Sergei. 2015. “Transnatsionalnoie izmerenie sovremennosti” [Transnational dimension of the modernity], Philosofskie nauki [Philosophy sciences], Moscow. №3: 104-119.

21. Akopov, Sergei. 2015. “‘Mirovoe grazhdanstvo’ glazami ego kritikov (pyat' argumentov protiv ‘nasyshchennogo’ kosmopolitizma M.Nussbaum), [“Global Citizenship” through the eyes of its critics (five arguments against the ‘thick’ cosmopolitanism of M.Nussbaum], Upravlencheskoe Konsultirovanie [Administrative Consulting], St.-Petersburg, № 2, 107-114.

22. Akopov, Sergei. 2015. Book Review: Michael Urban. Cultures of power in post-communist Russia: an analysis of elite political discourse: Russia and Europe: building bridges, digging trenches (Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe), Russian Journal of Communication, Vol.7 (1), 136—138.

23. Akopov, Sergei. 2015. Book Review: Olga Malinova. Aktual’noe proshloe: Simvolicheskaia politika vlastvuiushchei elity i dilemmy rossiiskoi identichnosti (Moscow, ROSSPEN, 2015). Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society. Vol. 1. №.2, 80-83.

24. Akopov, Sergei. 2014. Transnacional'naya politicheskaya kul'tura: v poiskah novoj sub"ektnosti [Transnational political culture: in search of a new subjectivity], Mezhdunarodnyj zhurnal issledovanij kul'tury [International Journal of Cultural Studies]. Moscow, №1(14):21-27.

25. Akopov, Sergei, Volkov Vitaly. 2013. The Symbols of Sochi 2014: Searching for the Visual Signs of New Russian Political Identity in The Winter Olympics in Sochi 2014: Challenges, Conditions, Consequences, Ed. by Bo Petersson & Karina Vamling, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 124-141.

26. Akopov, Sergei. 2013. Russian identity after the fall of the USSR. From generation “П” to generation “T” (“Transnational”), Russia’s Changing Economic and Political Regimes The Putin Years and Afterwards, Ed. by A.Makarychev, A.Mommen, Routledge, 66-76.

27. Akopov, Sergei. 2012. Multinationalism, mononationalism or transnationalism in Russia? Challenging Multiculturalism. European Models of Diversity. Raymond Taras (Ed.) Edinburg University. Press. Edinburg, 279-296.

28. Akopov, Sergey, and Natalia Razumeyko. 2011. “Imagined communities in the unimaginable state: Federal ‘Centre’ and ‘Regions’ in modern Russia”, Regional Insights, London, Routledge, issue 2, spring, 9-11.

29. Akopov, Sergey. 2010. Communication without the “Enemy”: Transnational Intellectuals and Narratives of Reconciliation’, Russian Journal of Communication, Vol. 3 (1/2), 97-122.

30. Akopov, Sergey and Marya Rozanova. 2010. “The «borders», «boundaries» and «frontiers» of national identity in the context of migration processes” in Plamen Makariev, Andrew Blasko, Dariusz Dobrzanski (eds.), Philosophy in Times of Social Crisis. Integrity and Dialogue, Sofia, Minerva Publishing House, 181-196.

31. Akopov, Sergey and Rozanova, Marya. 2010. “Migration Processes in Contemporary St.Petersburg”, NISPAcee Journal of Public Administration and Public Policy, Vol III/1, summer, Bratislava, 77-92.

32. Akopov, Sergey. 2009. “Fertilizacion cruzada y translocacion intergrupal’ frente a la representacion del ‘enemigo’)”, L. Moreno, A. Lecours (eds.) Nacionalismo y democracia. Dicotomias. Complementariedades. Oposiciones. Madrid, 129-151.

33. Akopov, Sergey, Beatrix Haselsberger & Nikos Karadimitriou, 2008. “Territorial Cohesion Versus Variation and Diversity: The Hallmark of Supranational Territories?” Regions Magasine, London, № 270 (1), 11-12.

34. Akopov, Sergey. 2007. Sotsialnii capital kak osnova scandinavskoi sotsialnoi obshchosti (primeri Shvedtsii I Danii) [Social Capital as a Basement of Scandinavian Social Community (Considering Sweden and Denmark as an Example)], Administrative Consulting, №4, St.- Petersburg, 117-125.

35. Akopov, Sergey, 2007. “Teoriya ‘mimov’, sotsialnii darwinism i problema gumanizma v obshchestvennih naukah”, [The “Meme” Theory, Social Darwinism and a Problem of Humanism in Social Sciences], Administrative Consulting, № 4, St.-Petersburg, 122-132.

36. Akopov, Sergey, 2007. Po tu storonu obraza ‘vraga’ [To the Other Side of the Image of the Enemy’], Vlast' i kul'tura, Sbornik konferencii po istoricheskoj psihologii pamjati V.P. Denisenko, [Power and Culture (St.-Petersburg University Conference in Memory of V.Denisenko)], RHGA Press, 411-425.

37. Akopov, Sergey, 2006. “Missianstvo kak politicheskaya sostavliayushaya natsionalnoi identichnosti” [Missionary Zeal as a Political Element of National identity], A. Gorshkov (ed.), Science Yearbook SZAGS, St.-Petersburg, SZAGS, 86-98.

38. Akopov, Sergey, 2005. “Evolyutsiya gosudarstva v mire mnogoobrazia identichnostei” [The Evolution of the State in a World of Multiple Identities], I.F. Kefeli (ed.), The Challengers of Globalisation in the 21 century, St.-Petersburg, SZAGS, 394-400.

39. Akopov, Sergey, 2004. “Korruptsiya I sotsialnii capital”. [Corruption and social capital], Pravo i politika. Vypusk III. [Law and Politics, Vol. 3], St.-Petersburg, 38-42.

40. Akopov, Sergey, 2004. “Ekzistentsialnaya philosophiya prava” [The existential philosophy of law], A.M.Shadje (ed.), Juridicheskaja nauka v nachale tret'ego tysjacheletija [The Legal Science in The Beginning of the 3rd Millennium], Maikop, 10-12.

41. Akopov, Sergey, 2003. “Sovetskii plakat kak zerkalo antropologicheskoi modeli cheloveka v obshchestve” [The Soviet poster as a mirror of the anthropological model of personality in the society], Pravo i politika. Vypusk II. [Law and Politics, Vol. 2], St-Petersburg. KRIGA, 49-50.

42. Akopov, Sergey, 2001. “S.L.Frank kak politicheskii myslitel’” (avtoreferat na soiskanie stepeni kandidata politicheskih nauk) [S.L.Frank as a political thinker (synopsis of the Ph.D. thesis)], St.-Petersburg, SZAGS, 21 p.

43. Akopov, Sergey, 2001. “Gnosiologiya S.L. Franka i problema chelovecheskoi dukhovnosti” [Epistemology of S.L. Frank and the problem of human spirituality], E.M. Proshina (ed.), Politicheskij process v sovremennoj Rossii. Vyp. 4. Fenomen postsovetskoj intelligencii [The political process in Modern Russia, Vol. 4: The Phenomena of the post-soviet intelligentsia]. St-Petersburg, SZAGS: 42-44.

44. Akopov, Sergey, 2000. “Dialogicheskie osobennosti mira skazki” [The dialogical aspects of the fairy-tale], G.M.Birukova (ed.) Dialog, [The Dialogue], St-Petersburg Univ. Press: 89-91.

45. Akopov, Sergey. 2000. Preodolenie strakha dvizheniem ‘ya’” [The overcoming of fear by transformation of our “self”], A.F.Kosarev (ed.), Soznanie kul'tury. Nekotorye problemy funkcionirovanija Cultural Awareness: Few Problems in Functioning, SPbGUNiPT, St-Petersburg