директор института социально-гуманитарных и политических наук Северного (Арктического) федерального университета

Director of the Institute for Humanities, Social and Political Sciences, Northern (Arctic) Federal University

Fullname

Natalia Kukarenko

Position, academic degree, rank, honors and awards

Director of the Institute for Humanities, Social and Political Sciences, Northern (Arctic) Federal University, PhD in Philosophy (kand.nauk), Assistant Professor at Philosophy Dept.

The sphere of scientific and educational interests

Gender Studies, Migration, Intersectionality, Multiculturalism, Justice Theories

Available publications on the topic of the Project (no more than 5 items, not older than 10 years)

1.  Kukarenko, N. (2008) Russian Immigrants in Norway: A Right for Equality? In Gender Equality in Russia. Saint-Petersburg: Aleteya. pp. 162 – 164. (in Russian).

2. Kukarenko, N. (2011) Gender Equality in the Family and the Limits of Tolerance: the case of Russian immigrants in Norway. In: Smetanin A.V., Tretyakov V.I. (eds.): Modernization of Contemporary Russia: problems and solutions (to the 300-years anniversary of M. V. Lomonosov). A Collection of Articles from Research Conference. Arkhangelsk: Daprint, pp. 300 - 311. (in Russian)

Experience of participation in international grants, conferences, forums on the subject of the Project or close to it

International grants:

1. Northern Way – Local Partnership and Democracy Development: Gender Dimension, funded by SIDA, Sweden. 1998 – 2002. (participant)

2. Diverse Equality in the Family Sphere? Effects of Norwegian Diversity and Equality Policies, financed by the Research Council of Norway. 2006 – 2008. (participant)

3. Bilingual Immigrant Children in North Norway: The Norwegian Welfare Society and the Language of Russian-Norwegian Children (BIC). 2010 – 2011, a pilot project, financed by RFFNORD and TromsøForskningsstiftelsen . (participant)

4. The Arctic Change and Elderly Exclusion: A gender-based perspective, financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers, program Arctic Co-operation. 2012 – 2014(participant).

5. Higher Education in the High North: Regional Restructuring through Educational Exchanges and Student Mobility, (financed by NORRUSS programme), 2012 - 2014. (participant).

Conferences:

1. The 11th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism in Copenhagen, June 14 - 16, 2012, Danish School of Education, University of Copenhagen

http://bilingualism.au.dk/programme/

2. Elderly and the Arctic Change. 4 – 5 September, 2014, Lapland University, Rovaniemi, Finland.

3. On Whose Terms? 1 – 2 October, 2014, the Arctic University of Norway - University of Tromso, Norway.

4. Higher Education in the High North: Regional Restructuring through Educational Exchanges and Student Mobility. 18 – 21 November, 2014, Oslo, Norway.

Contact information

e-mail,

phone number


n.kukarenko@narfu.ru ;

tel.: +79212479677