Participation, media and resistance
My name is Kirill Filimonov, I am a researcher, educator and media producer currently based at Uppsala University, Sweden.
For over three years now, I’ve been working on a doctoral project on politics of participation in Russian alternative media communities. I’m looking into the process, identities and spaces of participation – as well as its uneasy relationship with the Russian state and its media.
If you’d like to contact me, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Filimonov, K., Svensson, J. (2019). (re)Articulating feminist politics: A discourse analysis of Sweden’s Feminist Initiative election campaign. In: Van Bryssel, L., Carpentier, N., De Cleen, B. (Eds.), Communication and Discourse Theory: Collected Works of Brussels Discourse Theory Group. Bristol: Intellect Ltd.
Filimonov, K., Svensson, J. (2016). (re)Articulating feminist politics: A discourse analysis of Sweden’s Feminist Initiative election campaign. Nordicom Review, 37(2): 1-16. Available on ResearchGate and Academia.
Filimonov, K., Russmann, U., Svensson, J. (2016). Picturing the party: Instagram and party campaigning in the 2014 Swedish elections. Social Media + Society, 2(3): 1-11. Available on ResearchGate and Academia.
Plisetskaya A., Filimonov K. (2015). Freiming i refreiming v rechevykh strategiyakh amerikanskikh politicheskikh liderov [Framing and reframing in rhetorical strategies of American political leaders]. Moscow University Bulletin, Series 21. Public Administration, 160-176. Available on ResearchGate and Academia.
Journalism / Blogs
Since 2010, I have contributed to Russian-language media Baltic Review, Colta, Discours, Gazeta.Ru, Ekho Moskvy, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Sovershenno Sekretno on issues related to political movements, human rights, immigration, gender, and sexuality.
Journalism Studies (spring 2019 & 2020), Bachelor level, course coordinator, Uppsala University.
Methods in the Social Sciences (fall 2018 & 2019), Bachelor level, teaching Discourse Analysis, Uppsala University.
Communication Studies (spring 2018), Bachelor level, Uppsala University.
Global Media and Social Change (spring 2017), Bachelor level, Uppsala University.
Communication and Organising (fall 2016), Master level, Uppsala University.
Supervised 16 Bachelor theses (2017-2020) and 4 term papers /Swed. B-uppsatser/ (2018) to completion.
I have participated in various conferences globally presenting my research:
NordMedia, Malmö University, August 2019.
International Association for Media and Communication Research, Complutense University of Madrid, July 2019.
International Conference in Ideology and Discourse Analysis, University of Essex, June 2019.
International Conference on Journalism, PR and Media Trends, RUDN University, Moscow, April 2019.
Discourse Theory: Ways Forward, Centre for the study of Democracy, Signification and Resistance, Brussels, February 2019.
25th World Congress of Political Science, International Political Science Association. Brisbane, July 2018.
International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, University of Oregon, Eugene, June 2018.
Swedish Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Uppsala University, May 2018.
Intersectionality: Experiences of Inclusion and Exclusion, Uppsala University, February 2018.
NordMedia, Tampere University, August 2017.
Conference for e-Democracy and Open Government (CeDEM17), Danube University Krems, May 2017.