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Ellen Rutten

Ellen Rutten studied Russian literature at the Universities of Groningen, St. Petersburg and Berlin (Humboldt). She was affiliated as lecturer and researcher to the universities of Amsterdam, Leiden, and Cambridge, and now works at the University of Bergen as a principal investigator of the HERA-funded projectWeb Wars: Digital Diasporas and the Language of Memory in Russia and Ukraine, and a postdoctoral researcher in The Future of Russian, a research project on digital media and Russian language culture. Rutten’s work appeared in The Slavonic & East European Review, Osteuropa, and the Wiener Slawistischer Almanach, among others. Her monograph Unattainable Bride Russia: Gendering Nation, State & Intelligentsia in Russian Intellectual Culturewas published by Northwestern University Press in 2010; she is currently completing a second monograph on post-Communist sincerity.

Latest Posts | By Ellen Rutten

www.openspace.ru: The Faces and Spaces of a Russian Culture-News Portal

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OpenSpace.ru is both a Russian-language culture news portal and a digital home for Russia’s creative vanguard. This article posits the project within the international cultural-news media landscape, to then analyze …
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Web Wars: Digital Diasporas and the Language of Memory

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Web Wars: Digital Diasporas and the Language of Memory in Russia & Ukraine is a three-year research project within the collaborative HERA-funded project Memory at War: Cultural Dynamics in Russia, …
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Reviews: books, digital films and animation, and computer games

This section contains interviews, comments, and reviews of books, digital films and animation, computer games, and relevant cultural and academic events, as well as any other forms of discussion of …
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