Tatiana Golova

PhD in sociology from the University of Magdeburg, Germany. She works on social movements, political radicalism, and cultural sociology. Among her publications is Hate Crime in Russia (2010).

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Articles by Tatiana Golova

  1. Squatting and the moral economy of public-private relations

    The case of late Soviet and early post-Soviet squatting helps to elucidate how squatting is structured in regard to public-private relations and what the political component of squatting can be in a society not based on private property. The self-help occupying of vacant flats was not restricted to subcultures.

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