Andrei Vinogradov
Candidate of historical sciences, senior researcher at the School for Environmental and Social Studies, University of Tyumen
Work experience
2011-2018 – Assistant, Senior Lecturer of the Department of General and National History, Elabuga Institute of Kazan Federal University

2012-2017 – coordinator of the project “Teacher of the New Generation”, author-developer of the annual all-Russian student competition “Teacher of the New Generation”

2019-2020 – Head of the Research Department of Naberezhnye Chelny State Pedagogical University

2020-2021 – Senior Researcher at the Network Research Center “Human, Nature, Technology” of the Social-Humanitarian Institute of Tyumen State University Since

2021 – Senior Researcher at the School of Social and Environmental Research (Anthroposhool), Tyumen State University Since

2021 – Researcher at Ludwig-Maximilian University (Munich, Germany)

2021 – Director of Master’s program “Anthropocene Studies: Social Dimension of Environmental Challenges” (Anthroposchool of Tyumen State University)

Expertise and interests
Ecological history of Russia in the late imperial period;
Social impacts of climate change and environment in Siberia.

2006-2011 – undergraduate, Elabuga State Pedagogical University, History and Law Department.

2011-2013 – postgraduate studies, Kazan Federal University

2013 – Candidate of Historical Sciences, Council at the Shigabutdin Marjani Institute of History of the Academy of Sciences of the Russian Federation. Subject: “Kazan Province in the 19th - early 20th centuries: sanitary and ecological problems of industrial development”.

Since 2019 – doctoral studies at the Rachel Carson Center for Society and Environmental Studies. Rachel Carson Center for Environment and Society, Munich, Germany. Research project “In Dire Straits: The Struggle against Industrial Pollution and the Birth of Russian Environmental Policy (1873-1931)”.
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