Slides from DiMe presentations at the Aleksanteri Conference 2016, Helsinki

Researchers  Yana Krupets, Rita Kuleva , Nadya Vaslieva (Youth Research Center , Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg), Heta Mulari and Arseniy Svynarenko (Finnish Youth Research Network/ Nuorisotutkimusseura & Nuorisotutkimusverkosto) presented their research findings at the DiMe panel  A1 Young People’s Mundane Mobilizations, Solidarities, and Expressions in Public Space in Russia and Finland at the 16th Annual Aleksanteri Conference “Life and Death in Russia”. Other speakers: Elena Omelchenko and Nadya Nartova (Youth Research Center , Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg), commentator Oksana Zaporozhets (Higher School of Economics, Moscow). Very intensive session, very interesting research findings about street art in St. Petersburg, rural youth attachment to locality and experiences in the cities, youth cultural trends in different parts of Russia, gendered experiences and social control in metro.

Presentation slides:

Yana Krupets, Margarita Kuleva, Nadezhda Vasilieva (Center for Youth Studies, HSE, St. Peterburg)
“The Street Is My Gallery”: Invisible Mobilities And Public Traces of Young Sticker-Artists in Saint Petersburg

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Heta Mulari (Finnish Youth Research Society) & Arseniy Svynarenko (University of Tampere, Finland)
Multisensory belonging: Young people claiming their space and expressing their belonging in Helsinki and Saint Petersburg

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Elena Omelchenko & Guzel Sabirova (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg, Russia)
UrbanYouth Cultural Scenes in Russia: Regional Differences

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Nadya Nartova (National Research University Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg, Russia)
The Living in Leningrad Region: Local Identities And Everyday Life of Young Rural Russians

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