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Forschungsgruppe Gertrude Saxinger

Dr. PD Gertrude Saxinger
Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Universität Wien, Österreich

Forschungsfelder

  • Future-making-future-thinking, Tansformation und Zeitlichkeit
  • Landnutzung, Bergbau, Erdöl/Erdgas in der Arktis und sub-Arktis, kritische Rohstoffe für den European Green Deal und die “grüne” Wende, „grüner Kolonialismus“, neo-/de-koloniale Beziehungen zwischen indigenen Gemeinschaften, Rohstoffindustrie und Staat
  • Mensch–Umweltbeziehungen, more-than-humans, gebaute Umwelt und Infrastruktur
  • Kulturelle Revitalisierung, Protest und indigene Selbstbestimmung
  • Architektur, Regionalplanung, Urbanität in dünn besiedelten Regionen
  • Multilokalität, Mobilität
  • Humane Sicherheit/Sicherheitspolitik
  • Dekoloniale und kollaborative Forschungsmethoden, transdisziplinäre Forschung, co-kreative Wissensproduktion
  • Interdisziplinarität (SOWI, NAWI, TECH)
  • Wissenschaftspolitik, Solidarität in Wissenschaft und im akademischen Umfeld, Forschungsethik

Team

  • Gertrude Saxinger, PhD und Privatdozentin in Sozialanthropologie, Senior Researcher, Leiterin der APRI-Arbeitsgruppe
    gertrude[dot]saxinger[at]univie.ac.at
  • Sophie Elixhauser, PhD in Sozialanthropologie, Senior Researcher, Projekt: EU-PolarNet
    sophie[dot]elixhauser[at]univie.ac.at
  • Marlene Auer, MA-Studentin in Politikwissenschaft, BA in Internationaler Entwicklung, Projekt: Beyond Hot Air – Conversations around critical raw materials supply for the ‚green‘ transition
    marlene[dot]auer[at]univie.ac.at
  • Susanna Gartler, Doktorandin der Sozialanthropologie, Dissertation: The First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun cultural revitalisation and the making of a cultural centre, Projekte: Nunataryuk und LACE
    susanna[dot]gartler[at]univie.ac.at
  • Ellen Marie Jensen, PhD in interdisziplinären Sozialwissenschaften und indigenen Studien, Senior Researcher und unabhängige Beraterin, Projekt: Beyond Hot Air – Conversations around critical raw materials supply for the ‚green‘ transition
    ellenmariejensen6[at]gmail.com
  • Sigrid Wentzel, Doktorandin in Sozialanthropologie, Projekt: CoRe, Dissertation: Architecture and cultural revitalisation in Sakha/Yakutia.
    sigrid[dot]wentzel[at]univie.ac.at
  • Emma Wilson, PhD in Sozialanthropologie, Senior Researcher und unabhängige Beraterin und CEO bei ECW energy, Projekt: Beyond Hot Air – Conversations around critical raw materials supply for the ‚green‘ transition
    emma[dot]wilson[at]ecwenergy.com

Former Team Members

  • Miguel Roncero, Politikwissenschaft
  • Elisabeth Öfner, Sozialanthropologie
  • Tara Cater, Geographie
  • Linn Sükar Kogler, Sozialanthropologie
  • Elena Nuikina, Geographie
  • Gertraud Illmeier, Sozialanthropologie
  • Paula Pucker, Politikwissenschaft
Team

Gertrude Saxinger, PhD

Kurzbiographie

Team

Sophie Elixhauser, PhD

Kurzbiographie

Team

Emma Wilson, PhD

Kurzbiographie

Team

Ellen Marie Jensen, PhD

Kurzbiographie

Team

Marlene Auer, BSc

Projekte

  • Beyond Hot Air – Conversations around critical raw materials supply for the ‚green‘ transition (2023-2024), funded by MinErAL/SSHRC, PI Gertrude Saxinger. Members: Emma Wilson, Ellen Marie Jensen, Simon Batterbury, Frank Melcher, Matthias Kowasch, Gabriel Eyselein, Marlene Auer,.
  • CO-CREATE Comprehensive Policy-Brief to the EU Commission. Roadmap to Decolonial Arctic Research (2022-2023), funded by EU-PolarNet as a Service Contract project. Publication and video introduction to the topic.
  • DÁVGI. A project aiming at just knowledge exchange and co-creation in the Arctic, funded by the European Environment Initiative (EURENI)
  • EU PolarNet  2 – Co-ordinating and Co-designing the European Polar Research Area. Horizon 2020 coordination action (2021-2024) Lead: Alfred Wegener Institute.
  • EU PolarNet 1 – Connecting science with Society. Co-ordinating and Co-designing the European Polar Research Area (2025-2020). Lead: Alfred Wegener Institute.
  • CoRe: Configurations of ‘Remoteness’: Entanglements of Humans and Transportation Infrastructure in the Baikal-Amur Mainline (BAM) Region (2015-2020) is a project funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF) related also to the APRI research group of Peter Schweitzer who is PI of CoRe. Gertrude Saxinger, Natalia Krasnoshtanova (RAS Irkutsk), Gertraud Illmeier look in this framework on mobility justice and (im)mobility as well as on infrastructures of human movements in the BAM region and villages off the railroad in the region.
  • LACE– Labour mobility and community participation in the extractive industries: Yukon” is funded by SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Canada) and the Yukon Government through the research program ReSDA (Resources and Sustainable Communities in the Arctic), duration: 2014-2019, PI: Gertrude Saxinger, Susanna Gartler.
  • „HuSArctic”–  Human Security as a promotional tool for societal security in the Arctic” (2015-2018). We are international partner in this project run by the Arctic Centre in Rovaniemi, Finland. Funded by the Academy of Finland, PI: Kamrul Hossain. Members: Miguel Roncero, Gertrude Saxinger.
  • „Lives on the Move: Vakhtoviki in North-Western Siberia“ (2010-2015) is funded by the Austrian Science Fund (FWF): [P 22066-G17]. project partners: Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna & Institute for Urban and Regional Research (ISR), Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW), PI: Gertrude Saxinger/Heinz Faßmann. Members: Elisabeth Öfner, Philipp Brugner, Elena Nuykina, Elena Aleshkevich.

Bücher und Broschüren

Radio, Podcast, Videos

Kartografisches Geschichtenerzählen

Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und Events

Ausgewählte Publikationen

  • Herrmann, T. M., Brunner Alfani, F., Chahine, A., Döring, N., Dudeck, S., Elster, J., Fjellheim, E., Henriksen, J. E., Hermansen, N., Holmberg, A., Kramvig, B., Keskitalo, A. M. N., Omma, E. M., Saxinger, G., Scheepstra, A., & van der Schot, J., Áltá, Kárášjohka, Leipzig, (2023) Comprehensive Policy-Brief to the EU Commission: Roadmap to Decolonial Arctic Research Oulu: University of Oulu, Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental Research – UFZ, The Indigenous Voices (IVO) research group – Álgoálbmogii jienat, Arctic University of Norway UiT, Saami Council. 58 pp. https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/o:1653557 OA
  • Saxinger, G. (forthcoming) “FIFO – Fly-in/fly-out work. Multilocal life, regional development policies and corporate responsibilities in the extractive industries”. In Kaya Barry, Weiqiang Lin, Peter Adey (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Mobilities. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Saxinger, G., N. Krasnoshtanova and G. Illmeier (2023) “Stuck in between: Transportation Infrastructure, Corporate Social Responsibility and the State in a small Siberian Oil Town”. In: John Ziker, Vladimir Davydov, Jenanne Ferguson (eds.) Siberian Worlds. London: Routledge. 378-392
  • Doering, N. (…) Saxinger, G et al. (2022) “Improving the relationships between Indigenous rights holders and researchers in the Arctic: An invitation for change in funding and collaboration”. Environmental Research Letters. 17, 065014. DOI:https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/ac72b5 OA
  • Saxinger, G. (2022) “The FIFO Social Overlap – Success and Pitfalls of Long-Distance Commuting in the Mining Sector’. In: Southcott, C., F. Abele, D. Natcher, B. Parlee (eds.) Extractive Industry and the Sustainability of Canada’s Arctic Communities. Montreal: McGill Queens University Press, 123-145.
  • Jasser, M. I. Radhuber, B. Prainsack, K. Kieslich, G Saxinger (2022) „Was kann die Wissenschaft bei Pandemien leisten? Ein Plädoyer für eine interdisziplinäre, transregionale und solidarische Wissenschaft“ (What can science achieve in times of pandemics? A plea for interdisciplinary, transregional and solidaristic science). Sozialwissenschaftliche Rundschau. 62(1), 79 -98.
  • Saxinger, G., A. Sancho Reinoso and S. Wentzel “Cartographic storytelling: reflecting on maps through an ethnographic application in Siberia”. Fennia – International Journal of Geography. 199(2), 242–259. DOI:10.11143/fennia.110918 OA
  • Alexis Sancho-Reinoso, Gertrude Saxinger, Christoph Fink, Olga Povoroznyuk, Sigrid Irene Wentzel, Gertraud Illmeier, Peter Schweitzer, Natalia Krasnoshtanova & Vera Kuklina (2022) Mapping hierarchies of mobility in the Baikal Amur Mainline region: a quantitative account of needs and expectations relating to railroad usage, Polar Geography, 45(3), 157-176, DOI: 10.1080/1088937X.2022.2046195 OA
  • Degai, Tatiana, Andrey N. Petrov, Renuka Badhe, Parnuna P. Egede Dahl, Nina Döring, Stephan Dudeck, Thora M. Hermann, Andrei Golovnev, Liza Mack, Elle M. Omma, Gunn-Britt Retter, Gertrude Saxinger, Annette J.M. Scheepstra, Chief V. Shadrin, Norma Shorty, and Colleen Strawhacker (2022) “Shaping Arctic’s Tomorrow through Indigenous Knowledge Engagement and Knowledge Co-Production” Sustainability 14, 3: 1331. https://doi.org/10.3390/su14031331 OA
  • Gartler, Susanna, Hogan, Joella and Gertrude Saxinger (2022) “The Living Culture House. First Nation of Nacho Nyäk Dun Cultural Revitalization and the Making of A Cultural Centre“. In: Friedrich, D., Hirnsperger, M., Bauer S. (eds). More than Nature. Research on Infrastructure and Settlements in the North. Vienna/Berlin: LIT, 301-324. https://www.lit-verlag.de/isbn/978-3-643-91218-3 OA
  • Saxinger, Gertrude, Natalia Kransnoshtanova, Gertraud Illmeier (2021) Neglected Transportation Infrastructure. Corporate Social Responsibility and the Russian State in a Small Siberian Oil Town. Sibirica. 20(3). 1-45. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3167/sib.2021.200302 (Open Access)
  • Gartler, Susanna, Taiya Melancon and Eileen Peter (2021) Being Young in the Yukon – Youth Perspectives on Extractivism and a good Life. In: Stammler, Florian & Toivanen, Reetta (eds.). Young People, Wellbeing and Placemaking in the Arctic. Routledge Research in Polar Regions Series. Open access at: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003110019
  • Holen, Davin and Gartler, Susanna (2021) Interdependency of subsistence and market economies in the Arctic. Subsistence: A Way of Life in the North (Chapter 6). In: The Economy Of The North – Econor 2020.  Solveig Glomsrød, Gérard Duhaime And Iulie Aslaksen (Eds.). Arctic Council Secretariat, pg. 149. Open access at: https://oaarchive.arctic-council.org/bitstream/handle/11374/2611/MMIS12_2021_REYKJAVIK_SDWG_Econor.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y
  • Larsen, Joan N.; Schweitzer, Peter; Abass, Khaled; Doloisio, Susanna Gartler, Natalia; Ingeman-Nielsen, Thomas; Ingimundarson, Jón H.; Jungsberg, Leneisja; Meyer, Alexandra; Rautio, Arja; Scheer, Johanna; Timlin, Ulla; Vanderlinden, Jean-Paul; Vullierme, Magali (2021) „Thawing Permafrost in Arctic Coastal Communities: A Framework for Studying Risks from Climate Change“ Sustainability 13, no. 5: 2651. Open access at: https://doi.org/10.3390/su13052651
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2021) “Rootedness along the way: meaningful sociality in petroleum and mining mobile worker camps”. Mobilities, 16(2),194-211 . Open Access DOI: 10.1080/17450101.2021.1885844
  • Gartler, Susanna/Taiya Melancon/Eileen Peter (2021) Indigenous youth perspectives on extractivism and living in a good way in the Yukon. In: Young People, Wellbeing and Placemaking in the Arctic, Stammler, Florian and Reetta Toivanen (eds) London/New York: Routledge. 120 – 143. Open Access https://www.taylorfrancis.com/books/oa-edit/10.4324/9781003110019/young-people-wellbeing-placemaking-arctic-florian-stammler-reetta-toivanen
  • Krasnoshtanova, Natalia/Illmeier, Gertraud/Saxinger, Gertrude (2021) Токма – маленькое село вдали оТ больших дорог (Tokma – small village off the big roads). Irkutsk: Russian Academy of Sciences/V.B Sochava Institute for Geography. pp. 40. Open Access https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail/o:1249268
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2021) “Social dimensions of mining in Yukon Territory”. In: The Economy of the North – ECONOR 2020. Glomsrød, S., Duhaime, G. & Aslaksen, I. (eds.). . 116-118. Open Access https://oaarchive.arctic-council.org/handle/11374/2611
  • Saxinger, G. as contributing author: “Integrated European Polar Research Programme”. Lead authors: EU PolarNet, Velázquez D., Houssais M.N., Biebow N. Bremerhaven (2020), Bremerhaven: Alfred Wegener Institute. 91 pp. https://eu-polarnet.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/EPRP_final_version-1.pdf OA
  • Saxinger, G. as contributing author: “EU-PolarNet White Paper on Stakeholder Engagement in Polar Research”. Lead author: Latola, K. (2020) Bremerhaven: Alfred Wegener Institute. https://eu-polarnet.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/EU_PolarNet_Stakeholder_final-1.pdf OA
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2020) “Multilokalität als Normalisierungspraxis und synchrone Raumintegrationsleistung bei Fernpendelnden in der Erdöl- und Erdgasindustrie in Russlands Arktis” (Multilocality as practices of normalisation and synchronic spatial integration among long-distance commuters (FIFO workers) in the Arctic Russian oil and gas industry”. In: Multilokale Lebensführung und räumliche Entwicklungen. Danielzyk, R. (ed). Hannover: ARL Academy for Spatial Research and Planning. 322-328. Open Access https://shop.arl-net.de/multilokale-lebensfuhrungen.html
  • Susanna Gartler/Joella Hogan/Gertrude Saxinger/Elders of the First Nation of Nacho Nyäk Dun (2019) Dän Hùnày – Our People’s Story. First Nation of Nacho Nyäk Dun Elders’s Memories and Opinions on Mining. Publishers: First Nation of Nacho Nyäk Dun/ReSDA/Yukon College. 80pp. Open Access https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/detail/o:1249041
  • Saxinger, G. as contributing author: “EU-PolarNet White Paper No.3: Managing human impacts, resource use and conservation of the Polar Regions”. Lead authors: Marcus Carson and Kevin Hughes (2019). Bremerhaven: Alfred Wegener Institute. https://eu-polarnet.eu/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/D2.8_Set_of_white_papers_addressing_priority_questions_in_polar_research_and_targeting_funding_agencies_and_policy_makers.pdf  OA
  • Kuklina, Vera/Saxinger, Gertrude/Povoroznyuk, Olga (2019) “Power of Rhythms – Trains and Work along the Baikal-Amur Mainline (BAM) in Siberia”. Polar Geography, 42(1), 18-33 . Open Access DOI: 10.1080/1088937X.2018.1564395
  • Gartler, Susanna, Vera Kuklina and Peter Schweitzer (2019) Sustainable Cultures and Cultural Sustainability. In: Arctic Sustainability: A Synthesis of Knowledge. Petrov, A. & Graybill, J. (eds.). Routledge. Open access at: https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429277016
  • Gartler, Susanna (2018) One Word, Many Worlds: The Multivocality of “Subsistence”. In: Alaska Journal of Anthropology. Vol. 16/2. Pgs: 49–65.  https://www.alaskaanthropology.org/product/aja-volume-162-2018/
  • Gartler, Susanna and Alexander Meitz (2017) Arctic FROST Young Scholars Panel – Arctic anthropology and sustainability, The Polar Journal, 7:1, 249-250. Open access at: https://doi.org/10.1080/2154896X.2017.1327477
  • Saxinger, G. and  First Nation of Na-Cho Nyäk Dun (2018) “Community Based Partcipatory Research as a Long-Term Process: Reflexions on Becoming Partners in Understanding Social Dimensions of Mining in the Yukon”, The Northern Review,47: 187–207.
  • Gertrude Saxinger, Natalia Krasnosthanova, Gertraud Illmeier (2018) “In limbo between state and corporate responsibility: Transport infrastructure in the oil village Verkhnemarkovo, Irkutskaya Oblast in Russia”, Earth and Environmental Science, 190 (2018), 012062. OA, DOI: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/190/1/012062
  • “In limbo between state and corporate responsibility: Transport infrastructure in the oil village Verkhnemarkovo, Irkutskaya Oblast in Russia” von Gertrude Saxinger, Natalia Krasnosthanova, Gertraud Illmeier. In: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, 190 (2018), 012062. doi :10.1088/1755-1315/190/1/012062, PDF Open Access: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/190/1/012062
  • Cater, Tara (2017)Making Fly-in-fly-out (FIFO) Work: Multiple Temporalities and Social Reproduction in Rankin Inlet, NunavutSociety and Space, web-based article: https://societyandspace.org/2017/11/14/making-fly-in-fly-out-fifo-work-multiple-temporalities-and-social-reproduction-in-rankin-inlet-nunavut/
  • Saxinger, Gertrude/Gartler, Susanna (2017) Mobile Workers Guide – fly-in/fly-out & rotational shift work in mining : Yukon experiences. 64 pp. Open Access https://phaidra.univie.ac.at/o:1248892
  • Öfner, Elisabeth (2017). In den Norden fernpendeln: Arbeitsmobilität im ruralen Baschkortostan, Russische Föderation. Dissertation, Universität Wien
  • Seidl, Gregor/Saxinger, Gertrude (2016). “Hunters and Gatherers in the Industrialised World (Editorial)”. In: Journal für Entwicklungspolitik XXXII (4): 4-16. Open Access https://doi.org/10.20446/JEP-2414-3197-32-4-4
  • Hossain, Kamrul/Roncero Martin, J. Miguel/Petrétei, Anna/Holienčin, Filip (2016) Introduction. In: Hussain K. et al. (eds) Indigenous peoples of the North and human security. Leiden: Brill
  • Hossain, Kamrul/Zojer, Gerald/Greaves, Wilfrid/Roncero, J. Miguel/Sheehan, Michael (2016) “Constructing Arctic security: an inter-disciplinary approach to understanding security in the Barents region”. In: Polar Record, 53(1) 1-15.  DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0032247416000693
  • Saxinger, G./Öfner, E., Shakirova, E., Ivanova, M., Yakolev, M., Gareyev, E. (2016) Ready to go! The next generation of mobile highly skilled workforce in the Russian petroleum industry. In: The Extractive Industries and Society 3/3: 627-639.
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2016) Unterwegs. Mobiles Leben in der Erdgas- und Erdölindustrie in Russlands Arktis /Мобильный образ жизни вахтовых рабочих нефтегазовой промышленности на Русском Крайнем Севере/Lives on the Move – Long-distance Commuting in the Northern Russian Petroleum Industry. With an extended summary in English and Russian. Wien/Weimar/Köln: Böhlau.  https://www.vr-elibrary.de/doi/epdf/10.7767/9783205201861
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2016) Lured by oil and gas: Labour mobility, multi-locality and negotiating normality & extreme in the Russian Far North. In: The Extractive Industries and Society3/1: 50-59.
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2016) Infinite Travel: The Impact of Labor Conditions on Mobility Potential in the Northern Russian Petroleum Industry. In: Laruelle, M. (ed.):New Mobilities and Social Changes in Russia’s Arctic Regions.London: Routledge: 85-103.
  • Saxinger, G./Petrov, A./Kuklina, V./Krasnostanova, N./Carson, D.A. (2016) Boom back or blow back? Growth strategies in mono-industrial resource towns – “east” & “west””. In: Taylor, A./Carson, D.B./Ensign, P./Huskey, L./Rasmussen, R./Saxinger, G. (eds.): Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing: 49-74.
  • Taylor, A./Carson, D.B./Ensign, P./Huskey, L./Rasmussen, R./Saxinger, G. (eds.): Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2015) Behind the Scenes in Yukon Mining: Work, camp and family life in Yukon mining today. http://yukonresearch.yukoncollege.yk.ca/resda/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2014/05/LACE-folder.pdf, 18/08/2016
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2015)  Glossary. In: Panzer, S. and Simmel, Ch. (eds) Gazprom City. Vienna: Schleebrügge Editors, pp. pp 118-129
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2015) ”To you, to us, to oil and gas” – The symbolic and socio-economic attachment of the workforce to oil, gas and its spaces of extraction in the Yamal-Nenets and Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Districts in Russia. In: Fennia- International Journal of Geography193/1: 83–98.
  • Roncero, Miguel / Gregory Weeks (2015) The Internationalization of Civil Wars: R2P and its implications in a globalized world. In: Viñas, Martin/Puell de la Villa (eds.) La Historia Militar Hoy: Investigaciones y tendencias. Madrid: Instituto Universitario General Gutiérrez Mellado – Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia: 387-415.
  • Saxinger, G., Elisabeth Öfner, Elena Nuikina (forthcoming 2015), Mobil’nost’ I migratsiya iz Recpubliki Bashkortostan v regiony Kraynego Severa Rossii [Mobility and migration from the Republic of Bashkortostan to the Russian North]. In: Rim Valiakhmetova (ed.) Trudovye resursy, zanyatost‘ i chelovecheskoe razvitie: Doklad o razvitii chelovecheskogo potentsiala v Respublike Bashkortostan. Ufa: Institut sotsial’no-politicheskich I pravovykh issledovaniy.pp.TBA
  • Saxinger, Gertrude / Elena Nuykina / Elisabeth Öfner (forthcoming 2015): The Russian North Connected – The Role of Long-Distance Commute Work for Regional Integration. In: Sustainable Northern Cities in Russia, Orttung, R. (ed.) Berghan. pp.
  • Saxinger, Gertrude / Elisabeth Öfner / Elvira Šakirova / Maria Ivanova / Maksim Yakovlev / Eduard Gareev (2014) “Ya gotov!”: Novoe pokolenie mobil’nykh kadrov v rossiyskoy neftegazovoy promishlennosti. In: Sibirskie istoricheskie issledovaniya, 3, pp. 73-103
  • Nuikina, Elena (2014) Making a viable city: visons, strategies and practices. Doctoral thesis at the U of Vienna. pp. 249.
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2014) Vakhtovy metod v neftegazovoy otrasli rossiyskogo kraynego severa. In: Silin, A.A. / A.L. Khaytun (eds.), Toplivno-energeticheskiy kompleks rossii: aktual’nye problem I strategiya razvitiya. Penza: Rio PGSKHA. pp. 57-63.
  • Saxinger, Gertrude (2014) Vakhtovy metod: sotsial’no-antropologicheskoe issledovanie na kaynem severe. In: Izvestiya vyszhykh ychenbnykh zavedeniy: Sotsioilogiya. Ekonomika. Politika. pp. 24-26.
  • Saxinger, Gertrude / Susanna Gartler (2014) Review: Frozen assets. British mining, exploration, and geopolitics on Spitsbergen, 1904-53 by Frigga Kruse. In: Polar Journal, 4/2, pp. 409-411. DOI:10.1080/2154896X.2014.960676
  • Saxinger, Gertrude / Elisabeth Öfner / Elv‘ira Šakirova / Maria Ivanova / Maksim Yakovlev / Eduard Gareev (2014) „Ich bin bereit“– Die nächste Generation mobiler Fachkräfte in der russischen Erdgas- und Erdölindustrie. Eine Untersuchung zur Bereitschaft für berufsbedingtes Fernpendeln in den Norden bei Studierenden an der Staatlichen Technischen Erdöluniversität in Ufa. In: Austrian Studies in Social Anthropology, Journal 2/2014, pp. 1-24
  • Öfner Elisabeth (2014) Russia’s long-distance commuters in the oil and gas industry: social mobility and current developments – an anthropological perspective from the Republic of Bashkortostan. In: Journal of Rural and Community Development 9(1), 41-56. Open Access https://journals.brandonu.ca/jrcd/article/view/860
  • Roncero, Miguel / Enrique San Martín (2013) Nabucco’s coup de grâce. In: Real Instituto Elcano, Expert Comment 71/2013.
  • Roncero, Miguel / Gregory Weeks (2013) Doomed to Failure? Lack of an Accepted Definition and Flawed Statistics as the Two Main Problems with Current International Efforts to Fight Corruption. In: Favorita Papers 01/2013, Diplomatische Akademie Wien, pp 104-109.
  • Keeling, Arn / Tara Cater (2013) ”That’s where our future came from”: Mining, landscape, and memory in Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. Études/Inuit/Studies, 37 (2). pp. 59-82.