Vik's Medium page.
- 2019. (with S. Burton) ‘We’re not asking for the moon on a stick: Kindness & Generosity in the Academy’, Discover Society, 03 July 2019.
- 2018. (with S. Burton) ‘Solidarity in the neoliberal university? Kindness and the ethics of care during the UCU pensions dispute’, Discover Society https://discoversociety.org/2018/03/31/solidarity-in-the-neoliberal-university-acts-of-kindness-and-the-ethics-of-care-during-the-ucu-pensions-dispute/
- 2017. ‘Russia: the decimation of women’s human rights in the context of global misogyny’, New Eastern Europe, http://neweasterneurope.eu/2017/04/05/russia-decimation-of-women-s-human-rights-in-the-context-of-global-misogyny/
- 2013. ‘What does the Pussy Riot case tell us about the status of women’s human rights in contemporary Russia?’, E-International Relations, https://www.e-ir.info/2013/05/27/what-does-the-pussy-riot-case-tell-us-about-the-status-of-womens-human-rights-in-contemporary-russia/
Guest Blogs/Social Media Posts
- 2019. 'Mental Health at work: Vik’s story’, for Mad and Sad Club, https://madandsadclub.co.uk/mental-health-at-work-viks-story/
- 2019. ‘Why I stayed…’ for Drawn Poorly Zine, Issue 4 ‘Barriers’ (sold out).
- 2019. ‘Learning and Listening as ‘feminists in progress: for a feminist political education’, for Scotland’s Women Stand, https://www.scotwomenstand.org/blog/dr-vikki-turbine-feminist-political-education
- 2019. ‘My Story’, for Endo Silence Scotland, https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs72sPVnG_6/
- 2017. Thinking through 'differences': politically engaged young women discuss political engagement in Scotland & Russia, University of Glasgow Sociology Blog, http://www.glasgowsociology.com/events-2/from-the-department/news/esrc-festival-of-social-science/thinking-through-differences-politically-engaged-young-women-discuss-political-engagement-in-russia-and-scotland/
Academic Journal Articles
- 2019. ‘First Generation Feminist? Auto-ethnographic reflections on politicisation and finding a home within feminism’, Genealogy.
- 2015. ‘Women’s human rights in Russia: outmoded battlegrounds or new sites of contentious politics?’, East European Politics, 31 (3), https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/21599165.2015.1064395 (Open Access)
- 2012. (with K. Riach) ‘The right to choose, or choosing what’s right? Women’s conceptualisations of work and life choices in contemporary Russia’, Gender, Work and Organization, 19, 2. Abstract: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/j.1468-0432.2009.00494.x
- 2012. ‘Locating women’s human rights in post-Soviet provincial Russia’, Europe Asia Studies, 60, 12. Abstract: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09668136.2012.681245
- 2012. (with. F. Stella & S. Mamattah) ‘Introduction to Special Section: Location, Agency & Chance in Provincial Russia, Europe Asia Studies, 60, 12. Abstract: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09668136.2012.717366
- 2018. ‘Inheriting and re-imagining rights: assessing references to a soviet past among young women in neoliberal and neoconservative Russia', in, S. Mitroiu, (ed.) Women’s Narratives and the post memory of displacement in Central & Eastern Europe, Palgrave Macmillan.
- 2012. ‘Women’s use of legal advice and claims in contemporary Russia: the impact of gender & class’, in. S. Salmenniemi (ed.) Rethinking Class in Russia, Ashgate.
- 2007. ‘Russian women’s perceptions of human rights and rights-based approaches in everyday life’, in, R. Kay (ed.) Gender, equality and difference during and after state socialism, Palgrave.
Forthcoming (2020) ‘The everyday politics of women’s rights in Russia: beyond Pussy Riot’ (under contract with Palgrave Macmillan, Gender Studies).
2013. Women's political activism in contemporary Russia: some reflections from the online sphere, Feminist & Women's Studies Association Newsletter, 61: 10-11.
And, if you are REALLY keen, you can access her PhD thesis on women’s everyday human rights in Russia (2007) here.