Dr. Iuliia Eremenko

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Dr. Iuliia Eremenko studierte Soziologie mit dem Schwerpunkt Stadtforschung und Politikwissenschaft an der Fakultät für Sozial- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften der Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg. Anschließend promovierte sie dort mit einer Arbeit zum Weltkulturerbe in Deutschland und Russland. Derzeit ist sie als TRAc Starter Project im Rahmen des Programms "Docks for Postdocs!" an die Trimberg Research Academy angebunden und arbeitet an der Konzeption eines Forschungsprojekts.

Publikationen (Auswahl)

  • 2021 Developing an Expert Community and Defining its Role in the Politics and Decision-Making of a World Heritage City: The Experience of Bamberg. The Journal of Social Policy Studies, 19(2), 327-338. Together with Filimonov K.
  • 2021 UNESCO Associated Schools in Germany: the Experience of Bamberg. Part 1. ESACH Quarterly 1: 23-32.
  • 2020 Planning strategies in the context of urban shrinkage in Russia: evidence from small and medium-sized cities. The world of Russia [Mir Rossii], 29(3): 121–141. Together with Gunko M., Batunova E.
  • 2019 Urban Mapping of World Cultural Heritage territories (the case of Stralsund, Germany). The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology [Zhurnal Sotsiologii i Sotsialnoy Antropologii],12(3): 141-154.
  • 2019 The Label of a City as an Element of the Knowledge Economy: The Case of the “City of Science”, Darmstadt. INTER, 11(18): 22-33.
  • 2019 “The Right to Choose the Environment: Conflict of Interest in World Heritage Cities (the case of Stralsund),” in: Starovoytova O.V., Kapitonova D.M. (eds) Politics and Culture in the Modern World. SPb: Norma: 68-77.
  • 2019 “Two cities, one heritage”: the joint status of the World Cultural Heritage. The experience of Wismar and Stralsund (Germany). Sociology of City [Sotsiologiya Goroda], 3: 70-79.
  • 2019 Cultural values in the system of commercialization of cities: the experience of the World Cultural Heritage of Veliky Novgorod and Pskov. Istoriya Bulletin of Tver State University. Series: History [Vestnik Tverskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta], 3(51): 4-14.
  • 2019 Preservation of the Territories of Veliky Novgorod and its Surroundings. World Heritage Watch Report. 92-94.
  • 2018 Chapter 17. UNESCO Heritage Status as a Resource for Social Production of Urban Space: The Experience of Veliky Novgorod, in: Eremisheva G.V. (ed) The social space of a big city [Sotsialnoe prostranstvo bolshogo goroda]: 389-401.

Vorträge (Auswahl)

  • 2021 10th International Council for Central and East European Studies World Congress, Concordia University (online).
  • 2021 IGES Project Conference on “Shifting Constellations: Germany and Global (Dis)Order”, University of Birmingham (online).
  • 2021 Spring Symposium on Heritage Justice, Early Career Researchers Network of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies (online).
  • 2021 ICOMOS BarCamp “Diversify Heritage​​”, ICOMOS Deutschland (online).
  • 2020 International Virtual Conference "Social urbanism: time and space of urban life" (online).
  • 2019 ICOMOS Workshop “Claiming Heritage​​”, ICOMOS Deutschland (Berlin, Germany).
  • 2019 ASEEES Summer Convention, Panel “Negotiating City Space​” (Zagreb, Croatia).
  • 2018 Heritage Activism in Cities of Eastern Europe and Russia from 1968 to the Current, Herder Institute (Marburg, Germany).
  • 2018 MAG 2018 Annual Convention, Ukrainian Catholic University (Lviv, Ukraine).
  • 2018 International Society for Intellectual History Conference “Borders, Boundaries, Limits”, University of St Andrews (St. Andrews, UK).
  • 2018 International Conference “​Parallel Societies​”​, University of Haifa (Haifa, Israel).
  • 2018 IAPSS World Congress “Diversity and Globalization”, Sorbonne University (Paris, France).
  • 2018 Spring School “The City in the Spotlight: Methodological and Epistemological Challenges of Studying Urban Governance”, Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography and Perm State University (Perm, Russia).
  • 2016 Methodological Workshop on Research Methodology, Conceptualisation, Design and Presentation, Centre for German and European Studies (St.Petersburg, Russia).
  • 2014 China-Russian Youth Forum, East China Normal University (Shanghai, China).