Peer-reviewed journal articles
Published and forthcoming
Gavrilova S. The production of urban identities in the memorial complexes of Murmansk and Rostov-on-Don. Urban Studies and Practices. 2019, 2. pp.35-47.
Gavrilova S. Regional Memories of the Great Terror: Representation of the Gulag in Russian Kraevedcheskii Museums. Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History (10 001 words, revise and resubmit).
Gavrilova S. The legacies of Soviet exhibition policies in Russian krayevedcheskiy museums. Canadian Slavonic Papers / Revue canadienne des slavistes (accepted pending minor corrections 8500 words).
Gavrilova S. Redefining Soviet krayevedeniye: the role of marginalised science in (post-)socialist society and economy. Journal of Historical Geography (9350 words, revised and resubmit).
Pallot J., Gavrilova S. New perspectives in research on Russia's landscapes of mass repression Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (9780 words, under review).
Gavrilova S. Creating the ‘Others’: Soviet kraevedcheskyi museums in Chukotka, for the special issue of Etudes Innuit Studies, ed. D. Oparin (6150 words).
Gavrilova. S. How to study the largest country in the world? Soviet kraevedenie and the environmental studies of the early XX century. Eds Heywood, A., Palmer S.W., in Science, Technology and Environment in Russia 1917-1922, in Russia's Great War and Revolution, 1914-1922 series, Slavica Publishers (8500 words, accepted pending minor revisions).
Gavrilova S. Digital humanities and memory wars in contemporary Russia. Debates of Global Humanities. Minnesota University Press (5600 words, in press).
Gavrilova S. A. Nasledie sovetskih teoretichesih principov v sovremennih kraevedhsekih museiah v Rossii (Rus.) in Politika Affecta: muzey kak prostranstvo publichnoy istorii (Rus) Eds A. Zavadsky, V. Sklez, K. Suverina. M - Novoe literatirnoe obozrenie (NLO), 2019 pp. 174 – 195
Summary: The chapter presents and overview of the exposition practices of regional and local museums in Russia in 1930-1955 years, fitting in overarching topic of the issue which is the dedicated to variety of museum practices in USSR.
Monograph in preparation
Gavrilova S. Bear. Soldier. Arctic Tundra. The construction of places in Russian regional museums. monograph, in the process of negotiations with publishers.
Review of Postsocialist Landscapes: Real and Imaginary Spaces from Stalinstadt to Pyongyang, edited by Thomas Lahusen and Schamma Schahadat, Bielefeld, Germany, Transcript, 2020, 328 pp.,
Eurasian Geography and Economics.
‘Remembering Stalin’s Gulag in Russian Museums’ ed. S. Gavrilova and A. Zavadski, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, editorial process in progress.
'Past and future of Russian Arctic Cities' ed. S. Gavrilova and M. Gunko, Urban Studies and Practices, editorial process in progress.