NINA KOUPRIANOVA

Graphics and Geopolitics in Moscow, Russia

NINA KOUPRIANOVA

Graphics and Geopolitics in Moscow, Russia

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There comes the time in every lady's life when she must put up a serious(ly boring) bio. Nina Kouprianova...errr...Why am I talking in the third person? I spend my time between graphics and photography (ninakouprianova.com), on the one hand, and independent scholarship and translation (Russia), on the other.

ACADEMIC (selected):

PhD Dissertation (History, University of Toronto): "Revolution, Tradition, and Modernity: Russian Consumer Advertising in the Era of NEP" (2012)

Publications

"Modernity and Natalism in Russia: Historic Perspectives" in the European Journal of Government and Economics (2013): http://www.ejge.org/index.php/ejge/article/view/31

Conferences

“From Heroic Mothers to Maternal Capital: A Brief Overview of Russia’s Natalism,” video presentation and conference, “The Future of the EU 2: Demographics, Education, and Sustainability," University of A Coruña, Spain, (2012): http://www.economicas.udc.es/varela/?q=node/300

“The Birth of a Rock Subculture in the Soviet Union,” conference paper, The Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies convention, Philadelphia, U.S. (2008)

TRANSLATION:

Books

Alexander Dugin, Martin Heidegger: the Philosophy of Another Beginning (2014)

Alexander Dugin, The Fourth Political Theory (2012), selected chapters

Articles

Contemporary Russian thought at my personal blog: https://ninabyzantina.com/

History of Espionage: https://espionagehistoryarchive.com/author/ninabyzantina/

Historic and contemporary Russia at the Soul of the East: http://souloftheeast.org/author/ninabyzantina/

MUSIC JOURNALISM (JAPAN): http://metropolis.co.jp/author/?auth=Nina%20Kouprianova

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  • Work
    • Graphics, translation, independent scholarship.
  • Education
    • PhD (History): modern Russia, culture, U.S. foreign policy
    • MA (History of Art): modern, medieval
    • BFA (Hon): graphic design, photography, medieval studies