Anna Altukhova

Researcher, Department of Sociology
Academic biography

Got a Master’s degree in Anthropology (Department of Anthropology, 2017). Graduated the professional retraining program of the European University at St. Petersburg, Department of Anthropology (2017–2020).

Research interests: medical anthropology, disability studies.

Publications

Altukhova A. (2021) "Scary stories": Former Orphans and Former Residents of State Long-Term Care Institutions for People with Intellectual Disability Remembering their Childhood. Herald of Anthropology 1 (53), 61–72.

Utekhin I., Altukhova A., Klepikova A. (2021) Intellectual Disabilities and Narratives from Personal Experience: Storytelling in Oral Discourse. The Journal of Social Policy Studies 19 (4), 619–634.

Altukhova A., Klepikova A., Lubyankina E. (2018) Families with Children with Disabilities in Present-days Russia: Institutional Barriers and Ways to Overcome.  Tsennost kazhdogo. Uluchshenie kachestva zhizni detey i vzroslyih s tyazhelyimi i mnozhestvennyimi narusheniyami razvitiya (TMNR). M.:Terevinf, 96–103.

Altukhova A. (2018) Disability as performance: residents’ self-presentation strategies in community care projects. Invalidy - Invalidnost - Invalidizatsia. N.Novgorod, NISOC, 806–810.

Altukhova A. (2018) The rural idyll: intellectual disability in the context of rural community group homes. Obratnaya storona luny ili chto my ne znaem ob invalidnosti teoriya reprezentacii praktiki. Moscow: OOO "MBA", 323–355. 

Altukhova A. (2018) Intellectual Disability and Illness: The case of community care in group homes. Antropologicheskiy Forum 37, 120–148.