Харламов Никита

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Год выпуска: 2008
Социология

Personal Details

Name: Nikita A. Kharlamov, M.A.

Date of Birth: October 24, 1986 Gender: Male Citizenship: Russian Federation

Current Position & Contact Details: Doctoral Researcher, Department of Psychology, Clark University, 950 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01610-1400, USA. Email: nkharlamov@clarku.edu

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Education and Qualifications

Ph.D. in Psychology (A.B.D., degree expected in 2013), Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA

M.A. in Psychology (2011), Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA

Master of Sociology (2009, with Excellence), State University—Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation

M.A. in Sociology (2008, with Distinction), The University of Manchester, UK (taught at the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation)

Bachelor of Sociology (2007, with Excellence), State University—Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation

Languages: Native speaker of Russian, proficient speaker of English


Career History

August 2009—Present: Teaching Assistant / Doctoral Researcher, Department of Psychology, Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA

August 2009—Present: Associated Researcher, Centre for Fundamental Sociology, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation

March 2007—August 2009: Intern Researcher, Centre for Fundamental Sociology, State University—Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russian Federation


Membership in Learned or Professional Societies

2011—Present: Pan-American Mobilities Network

2011—Present: Society for the Teaching of Psychology (STP, USA)

2010—Present: Association for Psychological Science (APS)

2010—Present: Association of American Geographers (AAG: Environmental Perception and Behavioral Geography / Qualitative Research / Urban Geography)

2008—Present: International Sociological Association (ISA: RC16 Sociological Theory / RC21 Sociology of Urban and Regional Development / RC35 Conceptual and Terminological Analysis)

2007—Present: Kitchen Seminar (Clark University, USA)

2007—Present: Society of Professional Sociologists (SoPSo, Russian Federation)

2007—2009: European Sociological Association (ESA: RN29 Social Theory).


Teaching

Cultural Psychology (Teaching Assistant, Professor Jaan Valsiner, Ph.D., Clark University, Spring 2013, 60 Undergraduate Students)

Qualitative Methods (Teaching Assistant, Professor Michael Bamberg, Ph.D., Clark University, Fall 2012, Spring 2012 & Spring 2011, 60 Undergraduate Students)

Making Sense of Disorder in Urban Environments (Principal Instructor, with Professors Nikita Pokrovsky, Ph.D. and Jaan Valsiner, Ph.D., National Research University Higher School of Economics & Clark University, Fall 2011 & Spring 2013, 10 Masters Students)

Psychophysiology (Teaching Assistant, Professor James D. Laird, Ph.D., Clark University, Fall 2011, 40 Undergraduate Students)

Cultures of Disorder/Panic in the Risk Society (Co-Instructor, with Professors Nikita Pokrovsky, Ph.D. and Jaan Valsiner, Ph.D., National Research University Higher School of Economics & Clark University, Fall 2010, 10 Undergraduate Students)

Qualitative Methods (Teaching Assistant, Professor Laura G. McKee, Ph.D., Clark University, Fall 2010, 60 Undergraduate Students)

Advanced Topics in Cultural Psychology: Cultures of Panic (Assistant Instructor, with Professor Jaan Valsiner, Ph.D., Clark University, Spring 2010, 20 Undergraduate and Graduate Students)

Experimental Methods (Teaching Assistant, Professor Johanna Ray Vollhardt, Ph.D., Clark University, Spring 2010, 60 Undergraduate Students)

Social Analysis of Urban Everyday Life (Co-Instructor, with Professors Nikita Pokrovsky, Ph.D. and Jaan Valsiner, Ph.D., National Research University Higher School of Economics & Clark University, Fall 2009, 10 Undergraduate Students)

General Psychology (Teaching Assistant, Professor Caitlin O. Mahoney, Ph.D., Fall 2009, 120 Undergraduate Students)

Cultural Psychology and Sociology of Urban Living (Co-Instructor, with Professors Nikita Pokrovsky, Ph.D. and Jaan Valsiner, Ph.D., State University—Higher School of Economics & Clark University, Fall 2006, Fall 2007, Fall 2008)


Research

Publications

In Press

Kharlamov, N. A. (in press, 2014). Heterotopia. In T. Teo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of critical psychology. New York, NY: Springer.

Marsico, G., Cabell, K. R., Valsiner, J., & Kharlamov, N. A. (in press, 2013). Interobjectivity as a border: The fluid dynamics of “betweenness”. In G. Sammut, P. Daanen & F. Moghaddam (Eds.), Understanding the self and others: Explorations in intersubjectivity and interobjectivity. London, England: Routledge.

2012

Kharlamov, N. A. (2012). Boundary zone between cultural worlds or the edge of the dominant culture? Two conceptual metaphors of marginality. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 33, 623-638.
DOI: 10.1080/07256868.2012.735111

Kharlamov, N. A. (2012). The city as a sign: A developmental-experiential approach to spatial life. In Valsiner, J. (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of culture and psychology (pp. 277-302). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2012). Novoye obshchestvo ili novaya nauka ob obshchestve? Sotsiologiya mobil'nostey Dzhona Urry [New society or new science of society? John Urry's sociology of mobilities]. In J. Urry, Mobil’nosti (pp. 7-58). Moscow, Russian Federation: Praksis.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2012). Prostranstva mobilnogo mira [Spaces of the mobile world]. Otechestvenniye Zapiski, 50, 95-108.

2011

Kharlamov, N. A. (2011). Pravo na gorod [The right to the city]. Kultivator, 3/2011, 106-115.

Maslov, K. S., & Kharlamov, N. A. (2011). Cutting space-cutting body: The nature of the grotesque in Umwelt. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 45, 194-200.
doi:10.1007/s12124-011-9167-6

2010

Kharlamov, N. A. (2010). Ideal city. In Hutchison, R. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of urban studies (pp. 389-392). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2010). Moscow. In Hutchison, R. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of urban studies (pp. 517-521). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2010). Theory strikes back: Performativity and the messy empirical in human sciences. In S. Salvatore, J. Valsiner, J. T. Simon & A. Gennaro (Eds.), Yearbook of idiographic science: Vol. 3 (pp. 49-63). Rome, Italy: Firera & Liuzzo Publishing.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2010). Geterotopii: Strannye mesta w gorodskikh prostranstvakh postgrazhdanskogo obschestva. [Heterotopias: Strange places in the urban spaces of postcivil society]. (Review of Heterotopia and the city: Public space in a postcivil society. London, England: Routledge.) Sinii divan: Filosofsko-theoreticheskiy zhurnal, 15, 189-197.

2009

Kharlamov, N. A. (2009). A sustainable development machine: Rationality and environment in ‘Slave City’. In Schmidt, S. M. & Zaitseva, A. (Eds.), Atelier van Lieshout: Slave City—Cradle to Cradle (pp. 35-38). Moscow, Russian Federation: WINZAVOD Centre for Contemporary Art. (Russian version: Same volume, pp. 31-35).

Kharlamov, N. A. (2009). Commentary: Politicizing attachment: A sociological glance at Zentella’s model. Culture & Psychology, 15, 201-207.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2009). O ‘Simmelevoi probleme’: Sovremennyi mir i sreda bolshikh gorodov v ‘Bolshikh gorodakh i dukhovnoi zhizni’ Georga Simmelya [On ‘Simmelian problem’: Contemporary world and the environment of large cities in Georg Simmel’s ‘The metropolis and mental life’]. In Pugacheva, M. G., & Vakhstayn, V. S. (Eds.), Puti Rossii: Sovremennoye intellektualnoye prostranstvo. Shkoly, napravleniya, pokoleniya. Vol.XVI (pp. 295-307). Moscow, Russian Federation: Universitetskaya Kniga.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2009). [Review of the book Crisis and the everyday in postsocialist moscow, by O. Shevchenko]. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 33, 1085-1087.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2009). ‘Zabroshennoye’: Kulturnoye zhacheniye ‘zabroshennogo’ w sovremennom gorodskom landshafte [‘Abandoned’: The cultural significance of ‘abandoned; in the contemporary urban landscape]. In E. A. Kartsev & G. I. Zvereva (Eds.), Sovremennost/POST: Almanakh sotsiokulturnikh issledovaniy – 2 (pp. 139-151). Moscow, Russian Federation: Izdatelskiy dom GU VShE.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2009). [Review, in Russian, of the book Crisis and the everyday in postsocialist moscow, by O. Shevchenko]. Sotsiologicheskoye Obozreniye, 8(1), 52-55.

2008

Kharlamov, N. A. (2008). The striking contrast... [Commentary on ‘Alaska Sea Gull on Heavy Equipment’ photograph]. In J. M. Tanur (Ed.), Visualizing social science: Photographs by Rachel Tanur (p. 107). New York, NY: Social Science Research Council.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2008). Nenauchnoye posleslovie k sobraniyu studencheskikh rabot po kulturologii [A non-scientific postscript to a collection of student papers in cultural studies]. In E. A. Kartsev (Ed.), Kulturologia i kulturologicheskaya esseistika: Sbornik studencheskikh rabot (pp. 150-159). Moscow, Russian Federation: Izdatelstvo Akademii povishehiya kvalifikatsii i professionalnoy perepodgotovki rabotnikov obrazovaniya.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2008). [Review of the book A very short, fairly interesting and reasonably cheap book about qualitative research by D. Silverman]. Sotsiologicheskiy Zhurnal, 2/2008, 180-185.

2007

Kharlamov, N. A. (2007). Miry i agenty virtualizatsii obshchestva [Worlds and agents of virtualization of society]. Filosofskiye Nauki, 4/2007, 148-157.

Kharlamov, N. A. (2007). Mishel Fuko i sovremennoye gumanitarnoye znaniye [Michel Foucault and the contemporary humanities]. Chelovek, 3/2007, 178-180.

2006

Kharlamov, N. A. (2006). Virtualnaya lichnost’ kak konstruiryemiy obraz [Virtual person as a constructed image]. In E. A. Kartsev & G. I. Zvereva (Eds.), Sovremennost’/POST: Almanakh sotsiokulturnikh issledovaniy (pp. 322-340). Moscow, Russian Federation: TEIS.

Pokrovsky, N., Konovalova, I., Kharlamov, N., & Farkhatdinov, N. (2006). Spravka No.1: Virtualizatsiya [Reference 1: Virtualization]. Persona, 57, 10-11.

Conference Presentations

Upcoming

2013

Kharlamov, N. A. Pavane in a consumptionscape: Performing the incompatible with the Wanamaker Organ. Paper to be presented at the Geographies of Media III: Sound, Rhythm, & Music session (John Finn & Joseph Palis, Organizers) at the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, April 9-13, 2013.

Past

2012

Kharlamov, N. A. Hybrid subjectivity and understanding of social action: On the phenomenology of ambivalence. Paper presented at the meeting of RC35-Conceptual and Terminological Analysis, Second Forum of the International Sociological Association, Buenos-Aires, Argentina, August 1-4, 2012.

Kharlamov, N. A. Navigating ambivalence in public places: The atmospheres of heterotopias. Paper presented at the meeting of RC21-Sociology of Urban and Regional Development, Second Forum of the International Sociological Association, Buenos-Aires, Argentina, August 1-4, 2012.

Valsiner, J., & Kharlamov, N. A. Human development in the city: Convergence of cultural and developmental psychologies with urban studies. Lecture at the summer school Cultural psychology and developmental science: A new synthesis, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 16-21.

Kharlamov, N. A. Meanings of settlement spaces: Beyond the urban in the age of urban revolution. Paper presented at The New Social Meaning of the Environment: Globalization, Conservation and Ruralism conference, Medvedevo Village, Manturovsky District, Kostroma Region, Russian Federation, June 1-3, 2012.

Kharlamov, N. A. ‘Oh, what is that?’: Salient places capture attention and interrupt situated talk. Poster presented at the 24th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, Chicago, IL, USA, May 24-27, 2012.

Kharlamov, N. A. Reflexivity in the co-constitutive development of person-environment engagement. Paper presented at the Reflexivity and Change in Psychology conference, University of Salerno, Salerno, Italy, April 18-19, 2012.

Kharlamov, N. A. The utopia of habitable space: Reassembling psychogeography. Paper presented at the Utopian/Dystopian Mobilities session (Sven Kesselring, Organizer) at the 2012 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York, NY, February 24-28, 2012.

2011

Kharlamov, N. A. Reassembling psychogeography for the age of crisis: Meaning and emotion in human settlements. Paper presented at 18th Annual Critical Geography Conference: Constructing a radical politics in an age of crisis, Clark University, Worcester, MA, November 4-6, 2011.

Kharlamov, N. A. Lecture & practice session: Immersion into the environment as a method in the study of human habitats [Lektsiya i praktikum: Pogruzheniye w sredu kak metod issledovaniya areala obitaniya cheloveka], Ssqual-2011 Qualitative Methods in Sociological Research [Kachestvenniye metody w sotsiologicheskom issledovanii], National Research University-Higher School of Economics, Russia, July 1-5, 2011.

Kharlamov, N. A. Key session: Living the multicultural landscape: Towards an inhabitant-focused understanding of cityscapes at the 2° seminário internacional de arquitectura: Arquitectura da diferença, Universidade Lusiada de Lisboa, Portugal, June 16-18, 2011.

Cabell, K., Kharlamov, N., & Valsiner, J. Social sciences without borders: How IT enables the integration of psychology in a globalizing world. NERCOMP Workshop Collaborative Technologies (cotech) for Teaching and Scholarship, Norwood, MA, USA, May 19, 2011.

Kharlamov, N. A. The city as a sign: A developmental-experiential approach to spatial life. Semiosis in Affective Life and Literature Workshop, Department of English, Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA, April 22, 2011.

Beckstead, Z. & Kharlamov, N. A. How to study multicultural humans making sense of multicultural environments? Panel discussion at Challenging Convention: Re-conceptualizing the Relationship Between the Individual and Society, Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA, April 20, 2011.

Kharlamov, N. A. Venturing outside the campus: Experiencing the city by walking through it. Paper presented at the Perceptive Minds and Affective Bodies in Urban Environment session (Daniel Galland & Nikita Kharlamov, Organizers) at the 2011 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Seattle, WA, USA, April 12-16, 2011.

Kharlamov, N. A. Fluid cultures: Lessons from social studies of science and technology. 9th Annual Multidisciplinary Conference of Clark University Graduate Council, Clark University, Worcester, MA, USA, April 4, 2011.

Kharlamov, N. A. Urban aesthetics in motion: Observing meaning-making and affect-regulation process in the city. Mobilities in motion: New approaches to emergent and future mobilities, The Mobilities Research and Policy Center (mCenter), Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA, March 21-23, 2011.

2010

Kharlamov, N. A. The aesthetics of heterotopias: Relating to ambiguous environments. Paper presented at Spaces and Flows: An International Conference on Urban and ExtraUrban Studies, University of California, Los Angeles, CA, USA, December 4-5, 2010.

Kharlamov, N. A. Experiencing the city on the move: Walking as a form of relating to environment. Paper presented at Cultures of Mobilities: Everyday life, Communication, and Politics, Aalborg University Centre for Mobility and Urban Studies / Cosmobilities Network, Aalborg, Denmark, October 27-29, 2010.

Kharlamov, N. A. Walking as a form of perceiving the city: Innovative moments and the creation of new meanings in lived urban experience. Paper presented at Perceptive Minds and Affective Bodies in Urban Environment Colloquium held at the Department of Psychology and Communication, Aalborg University, Denmark, October 25, 2010.

Kharlamov, N. A. Space of ‘the marginal’ vs. space of ‘the marginal man’: Two concepts of ‘marginality’ in urban theory. Paper presented at the XVII ISA World Congress of Sociology: Sociology on the Move, Gothenburg, Sweden, July 11-17, 2010.

Kharlamov, N. A. Experiencing the city on the move: Walking as a form of relating to environment. Poster presented at the Clark University Department of Psychology Graduate Research Festival (Clark University, Worcester, MA USA, May 18, 2010).

Kharlamov, N. A. Relating to heterotopic environment: Experience of everyday urban path-making. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Multidisciplinary Conference of Clark University Graduate Student Council (Clark University, Worcester, MA USA, April 7, 2010).

2009

Kharlamov, N. A. On new epistemologies of social science [in Russian: O novikh epistemologiyakh sotsialnoy nauki]. Paper presented at Moscow State Institute for International Affairs (University) Day of Science (Moscow, Russian Federation, April 25, 2009).

Kharlamov, N. A. Fluid boundaries and hyperintense symbolic landscape: Exploring the properties of a heterotopic place in central Moscow, Russia. Paper presented at State University – Higher School of Economics Centre for Fundamental Sociology Workshop (Moscow, Russian Federation, March 13, 2009).

Kharlamov, N. A. The strange fate of the Chicago School legacy: Los Angeles School of Urban Studies in the quest for ‘scientific school’ status. Invited lecture at Institut fuer Grundlagen der Gesellschaftwissenschaften, Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universitaet Frankfurt am Main, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, February 12, 2009.

Kharlamov, N. A. On «Simmelian problem»: The modern world and the metropolitan environment in Simmel’s «The metropolis and the mental life» [in Russian: O «zimmelevoi probleme»: Sovremennyi mir i sreda bolshikh gorodov v «Bolshikh gorodakh I dukhovnoi zhizni» Georga Simmelya]. Paper presented at Sixteenth Annual International Symposium Ways of Russia: Contemporary Intellectual Space: Schools, Branches, Generations [Shestnadzatiy ezhegodnyi mezhdunarodnui symposium Puti Rossii: Sovremennoye intellectualnoye prostranstvo: shkoly, napravleniya, pokoleniya], Moscow, Russian Federation, January 23-24, 2009.

2008

Kharlamov, N. A. Seeing the urban everyday life: The use of social event theory in urban ethnography. Paper presented at the ISA-RC21 Tokyo Conference Landscapes of Global Urbanism: Power, Marginality, and Creativity (Tokyo, Japan, December 17-20, 2008).

Kharlamov, N. A. Urban environment as a machine of modern-postmodern transition in the light of Georg Simmel’s sociology [In Russian: Gorodskaya sreda kak machina perexoda ot moderna k postmoderny w swete sotziologii Georga Simmelya]. Paper presented at the 3rd Russian Sociological Congress (Moscow, Russian Federation, October 21-24 2008).

Kharlamov, N. A. Urban environment as a machine of modern-postmodern transition in the light of Georg Simmel’s sociology [In Russian: Gorodskaya sreda kak machina perexoda ot moderna k postmoderny w swete sotziologii Georga Simmelya]. Paper presented at the Urban Studies: Social and Cultural Environment and its Creators [Gorodskiye issledovaniya: Sotsiokulturnaya sreda i ee sozdateli] (Smolny College of Liberal Arts and Sciences – Bard College, Saint-Petersburg, October 16-18, 2008).

Kharlamov, N. A. Theoretical collision in urban sociology: Chicago legacy and L.A. school. Paper presented at the Centre for Independent Sociological Research (CISR) Seminar (Centre for Independent Sociological Research, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, October 17, 2008).

Kharlamov, N. A. Urban environment as a machine of modern – postmodern transition in the light of Georg Simmel’s sociology. Paper presented at the ESA-RN29 Conference Social Theory and the Sociological Discipline(s) (Innsbruck, Austria, September 11-13, 2008).

Kharlamov, N. A. Heterotopia, mobile public space and multiple uses of location: Contested spatial organization in the central mall-square complex in Moscow. Paper presented at the 1st ISA Forum of Sociology (Barcelona, Spain, September 5-8, 2008).

Kharlamov, N. A. Heterotopia, mobile public space and multiple uses of location: Contested spatial organization in the central mall-square complex in Moscow. Paper presented at Lancaster Summer Sociology Conference (Lancaster University, UK, July 7-9).

Kharlamov, N. A. On the problem of seeing in ethnographic observation: Event-analytical approach in grasping the everyday world [in Russian: O probleme videniya v ethnograficheskom nablyudenii: Sobytiinyi podxod v fiksatsii povsednevnogo mira]. SU-HSE Centre for Fundamental Sociology Conference The Study of Social Events – A New Theoretical Perspective in Sociology [Issledovaniya sotsialnykh sobytii – Novaya issledovatelskaya perspectiva v sotsiologii] (SU-HSE, Moscow, Russian Federation, June 30, 2008).

Kharlamov, N. A. On humbleness of (social) science: non-sharp knowledge/knowing of the fluid world in the current age of postmodernity [in Russian: O skromnosti (sotsialnoy) nauki: Nechetkoye (po)znaniye fluidnogo mira v epokhu nastupivshey postsovremennosti’. Invited lecture at the ‘Sociology of Science’ Session of the Day of Science – 2008 SU-HSE Sociology Faculty Conference (SU-HSE, Moscow, Russia, March 13).

2007

Kharlamov, N. A. The LA School of urban studies: Students of legacy or claimants of inheritance of the Chicago School. Paper presented at the Social Theorists, Methodologies and Methods Conference The Legacy of the Chicago School (University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, September 13-14).

Kharlamov, N. A. Virtual cities: Representative images and the morphology of metropolis. Paper presented at the 8th Conference of the European Sociological Association Conflict, Citizenship and Civil Society (Glasgow Caledonian University and University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, September 03-06).

Kharlamov, N. A. Metropolitan everyday life: Encounter, space and frames. Poster presentation at the Seventeenth Annual Academic Spree Day (Clark University, Worcester, MA USA, April 25).

Kharlamov, N. A. Metropolitan everyday life: Encounter, space and frames. Paper presented at Clark University Department of Psychology Kitchen Seminar (Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, April 17).

Kharlamov, N. A. Virtual cities: The metropolis in the age of technical reproduction [In Russian: Virtualnyje goroda: Bolshoy gorod v epokhu technicheskoy vosproizvodimosti]. Poster presentation at the Session G-07 Virtualization of the Lifestyle in the Modernizing Society, VIII SU-HSE International Scientific Conference Modernization of the Economy and the Social Development [Modernizatsiya ekonomiki I obschestvennoye razvitiye] (SU-HSE, Moscow, Russia, April 03-05).

Kharlamov, N. A. The trope of «abandoned» in the ecological dimension of contemporary urban landscape [in Russian: ‘Tema «zabroshennogo» v ekologicheskom izmerenii sovremennogo gorodskogo landschafta’. Paper presented at the SU-HSE-RSHU Conference The Return to Culture: An Ethical Dimension of the Anthropogenic Civilization [Vozvrascheniye k culture: Eticheskoye izmereniye texnogennoy tsivilizatsii] (SU-HSE, Moscow, Russia, February 26, 2007).


Support from Research Grants and Contracts

Visual Analysis of Virtual Reality (SU-HSE Innovational Educational Programme “Building a System of Competences for Innovations in Business and Public Administration”, Grant 06-05-0024, 2007. Principal Investigator: Nikita Ye. Pokrovsky, Ph.D.)

Heterotopology of Moscow: Frames, Flows, and Places of Marginalization (Foundation «Territory of the Future», 2007. Principal Investigator: Alexander F. Filippov, Ph.D.)



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