Responsible for the overall research agenda and implementation of the qualitative component of research design in the «School of the Dark Times», involved in organising data collection and storage.
Engaged in applied sociology using mixed methods.
Co-authored a study of vulnerable groups in the corona crisis. She analysed the effects of civil servants moving to the Moscow City office, from which practical recommendations emerged. She dedicated her Master's thesis to work with urban heritage (workers' housing) in a post-communist environment.
Founder of the project, social scientist with a mathematical background.
Studied state violence and, in pre-war Russia, practices
of digital civil society participation. She developed open-source code
for researchers working with administrative data. Managed the data analysis department and directed mixed-methods research at the Center for Advanced Governance. Now she is teaching a course on computational methods in social research at The Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences.
Linguistic analyst. Also a school teacher of Russian language and literature.
Teacher of Russian as a foreign language, she has worked extensively with students from different countries. Showed how the Russian language and culture can be about peace, beauty and the value of human life. Feels sure that some of her students have definitely absorbed it.
Data analyst, researcher. Engaged in automated data collection, preparation and analysis, and quantitative research design.
She did math linguistics, data analysis, fundraising, was organizing and managing, rushing, joking, supporting.
Thank you, Nastia. We miss you.
Educator, digital humanities researcher. Involved in discourse analysis, generating research ideas, and creating informational products based on research results.
As a sociologist, she has worked with themes of inequality and opportunity, exclusion, and «otherness».
Economist. Activist of the Feminist Anti-War Resistance.
Researched the credit insurance market in Russia. Now volunteers for humanitarian
and anti-war organisations.
Trying to reconcile science and activism.
Studied communication in children oncology departments, took part in team research in the field of statistical data collection on domestic violence in Russia for Nasiliu.net
, on labour practices
of state employees during the pandemic for the Center for Advanced Governance, on torture in police stations, prisons, and colonies for the Team against Torture
Engaged in fundraising, creating methodological materials and working on psychological research design.
Psychologist. Worked in HR, helping people to live amicably with themselves and others. Main area of interest: children, school education, the future generation of Russia and their opportunities.