Ekaterina Vikulina

PhD in cultural studies and lecturer at the Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow). Research areas: visual culture studies, media, photography, gender and  the culture of the Soviet “Thaw”. Member of the Art Critics and Art Historians Association.

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Articles by Ekaterina Vikulina

  1. Paternalistic images of power in Soviet photography

    The images of the leaders in the widely distributed press played an important part in shaping the ideological platform in the Soviet Union, including the regulation, control and support of a certain gender order.

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