Department of History

Klots
Alissa

Associate Professor, Department of History
Degree: Ph.D. in History (Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey), Candidate of Science
Academic title: Associate Professor
Specialization: History
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Experience: 8 years
Courses
  • Gendering Modern History of Russia
  • Gender and Modern Empires

Research Interest: Soviet history, cultural history, gender studies, history of aging

 

EDUCATION

2011- 2016: Ph.D. in History, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

2012: Candidate of Science, Perm State University

2006: Specialist diploma in History, Perm State University

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

2017 - till now: Associate professor, Department of History, European University at St.Petersburg

2014 - 2016: Department of Modern Russian History, Perm State University, Lecturer

2014- 2016 : Center for Comparative History and Political Studies at Perm State University, visiting research fellow

2011-2014: Rutgers, The state University of New Jersey, Teaching Assistant

 

PUBLICATIONS (selected)

“The Kitchen Maid as Revolutionary Symbol:  Paid Domestic Labour and the Emancipation of Soviet Women, 1917-1941,” The Palgrave Handbook on Women and Gender in Twentieth-Century Russia and the Soviet Union. Ed. Melanie Ilic. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017 (forthcoming)

“Svetlyi put’: Institut domashnei prislugi kak migratsionnyi kanal I mechanism sotsial’noi mobil’nosti epokhi stalinizma,” [The Radiant Path: Domestic Service as a Migration Channel and Social Mobility Mechanism of the Stalinist Epoch] Novoie Literaturnoie Obozreniie 117:5 (2012): 40-52

“Shest’ plat’ev i polubatinki: domashnaia prisluga v Sovetskom Soiuze,” [Six Dresses and a Pair of Boots: Domestic Servants in the Soviet Union] Rodina 3 (2011): 40-43

“Domashniia prisluga kak ob’ekt istoricheskogo issledovaniia v angloiazychnoi istoriografii,” [Domestic Service as Object of Historical Research in Anglo-American Historiography], Vestnik PGU, Seriia Istoriia

 

GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

May-July 2014: Research Stipend, German Historical Institute, Moscow

2013: Global Supplementary Grant, Open Society Foundations

2013: Andrew W. Mellon Summer Research Grant, Rutgers University

2012: Davis Graduate Travel Grant, Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies

2011-2012: Excellence Fellowship, Rutgers University

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Association for Women in Slavic Studies, member

Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, member

 

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