Сироткина Ирина

 

 

          Irina Sirotkina is a historian of science specializing in the history of psychology and psychiatry and the history of movement culture. 

 

          She earned her PhD in sociology from Manchester University in 2002; she also holds her doctorate in psychology from Moscow University.

 

 

 

Selected Publications

Books

 

Articles and book chapters

(available at https://ihst.academia.edu/IrinaSirotkina)

 

  • Национальные модели физического воспитания и сокольская гимнастика в России // Социологическое обозрение. 2017, 16, 2: 320–339.
  • How can we know the dancer from the dance? Антропология движения и танца // Новое литературное обозрение. 2017, 145, 3: 16-30.
  • ‘Cultivating the Slavic body: The Rugged Flight of the Russian Sokol’. In Konzepte des Slavischen. Her. Von Tomaš Glanc und Christian Voβ. Studies on Language and Culture in Central and Eastern Europe. Band 29. Leipzig: Biblion Media, 2016. P. 143-159.
  • По эту сторону социального: Революция в понимании научного знания, от Волошинова до SSK // Русская интеллектуальная революция 1910-1930-х годов / под ред. С.Н. Зенкина, Е.П. Шумиловой. М.: Новое литературное обозрение, 2016. С. 148-159
  • ‘Futurism in Physiology: Nikolai Bernstein, Anticipation and Kinaesthetic Imagination’ (with Elena Biryukova). In Anticipation: Learning from the Past. Ed. Mihai Nadin, Andres Kurismaa. Springer, 2015. P. 269-285.
  • Conversion to Dionysianism: Tadeusz Zieliński and Heptachor. In: Models of Personal Conversion in Russian Cultural History of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Interdisciplinary Studies on Central and Eastern Europe. Ed. by Jens Herlth & Christian Zehndner. Frankfurt etc.: Peter Lang, 2015. P. 105-122.
  • ‘The Dialectics of Labour in a Psychiatric Ward: Work Therapy in the Kaschenko Hospital’ (with Marina Kokorina). In Psychiatry in Communist Europe. Series: Mental Health in Historical Perspective. Ed. by Sarah Marks, Mat Savelli. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. P. 27-49.
  • ‘Herzen Jr., or Why Did Stavrogin Go to Iceland?’ Social Sciences. 2015, 46, 3: 50-68.
  • Choreographing Physical Culture: Between War, Theatre, and Circus // Russian Movement Culture of 1920-s and 1930s / Ed. Lynn Garafola. New York: The Harriman Institute, 2015.
  • ‘The Sokol Movement in Russia: History and Contemporary Revival’. In Post-Panslavismus: Slavizität, Slavische Idee und Antislavismus im 20. Und 21. Jahrhundert. Hrsg. Agnieszka Gąsior, Lars Karl und Stefan Troebst unter Mitarbeit von Wiebke Helm. Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2014. P. 178–193
  • ‘Ad Marginem: The Controversial history of Nikolai Bernstein’s book, “Contemporary Inquiries into the Physiology of the Nervous Process”’, Jahrbuch 2012 der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Geschichte der Sportwissenschaft. Hr. Jürgen Court, Eberhard Loosch, Arno Müller. Münster: Lit Verlag Dr W. Hopf Berlin, 2014. P. 29–44.
  • “Театр коллективного энтузиазма”: Мейерхольд, Подвойский и рождение советских физкультпарадов // Теория моды: одежда, тело, культура. 2014, 33: 105-124.
  • Russian Federation (with Roger Smith). In The Oxford Handbook of the History of Psychology: Global Perspectives. Ed. by David B. Baker. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. P. 412-441
  • Les studios de la danse libre et de mouvement plastique en Russie au début du XXe siècle. In: Créer, ensemble. Points de vue sur les communautés artistiques (fin du XIX-XX siècles). Sous la direction de Marie-Christine Autant-Mathieu. Paris: Éditions L’Entretemps, 2013, 209-226.
  • ‘Dance-plyaska in Russia of the Silver Age’, Dance Research. The Journal of the Society for Dance Research. 2010, XXVIII, 2: 135-153.
  • ‘The Ubiquitous Reflex and Its Critics in Post-Revolutionary Russia,’ Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte’. 2009, 32, 1: 70-81.
  • ‘When Did “Scientific Psychology” Begin in Russia?’ Physis: International Journal for the History of Science. 2006, XLIII: 239-271.
  • A Russian-French scientist, Victor Henri, and “Family Science”.’ In Russian-French Links in Biology and Medicine. Edited by J.-G. Barbara, J.C. Dupont, E.I. Kolchinsky, M.V. Loskutova. — St. Petersburg: Nestor-Historia, 2012. Pp. 98-108.
  • Пляска и экстаз в России от Серебряного века до конца 1920-х годов // Российская империя чувств: Подходы к культурной истории эмоций / под ред. Яна Плампера, Шаммы Шахадат и Марка Эли. М.: Новое литературное обозрение, 2010. С. 281-305.
  • ‘Toward a Soviet Psychiatry:War and the Organisation of Mental Health Care in Revolutionary Russia,’ In Soviet Medicine: Culture, Practice, and Science. Ed. by Frances L. Bernstein, Christopher Burton and Dan Healy. Dekalb: Northern Illinois U.P. 2010. P. 27-48.
  • Российские психиатры на Первой мировой войне // Наука, техника и общество России и Германии во время Первой мировой войны / Под ред. Э.И. Колчинского, Д. Байрау, Ю.А. Лайус. Спб.: Нестор-История, 2007. С. 326-344.