Staff

Andrei Stsiapanau

Associate Professor

Academic Department of Social Sciences
Email: andrei.stsiapanau@ehu.lt

Education

PhD in Social sciences Vilnius University 2010

Teaching areas

Political theory, Organisation Theory, Introduction in East European Studies, Politics: Basic Concepts

Research interests

Political Sociology, History of Technology, Sience, Technology and Society Studies (STS)

Publications

1. Andrei Stepanov The Role of ‘Chernobyl’ in the Political Process in Belarus: Shaping the Political System and Public Policy in Heinrich, Hans-Georg / Lobova, Ludmilla (eds.) Belarus: External Pressure, Internal Change, p.277, 2009, Peter Lang Frankfurt ISBN 978-3-631-59301-1
2. Андрей Степанов. “Чернобыль”, экология и политика: социальная мобилизация в Беларуси в начале 1990ых. (“Chernobyl”, ecology and politics: social mobilization in Belarus in the beginning of the 1990’s), Перекрестки (Crossroads), No 1-2, 2009, pp.87-101, ISSN 1822-5136
3. Andrei Stsiapanau The Chernobyl politics in Belarus: interplay of discourse- coalitions Filosofija. Sociologija / Philosophy. Sociology 2010 m. Nr. 2 ISSN: 0235-7186, pp.143-151
4. Andrei Stepanov Scientific Discourse of Chernobyl: Laboratories of Political Decisions Crossroads Digest N5/2010 European Humanities University, 2010 ISSN 2029-199X, pp.31-52
5. Andrei Stsiapanau/Stépanov Revue du livre Alexandra Goujon Révolution politiques et identitaires en Ukraine et Biélorussie, Bruxelles: Éditions de l’Université de Bruxelles, 2010, 226 pages. Revue d’études comparatives Est- Ouest, Volume 42, Issue 01, March 2011, pp 238-242
6. Andrei Stepanov Tschernobyl als politisches und gesellschaftliches Problem in der Republik Belarus. In: Thomas M. Bohn, Victor Shadurski: Ein weißer Fleck in Europa … Die Imagination der Belarus als Kontaktzone zwischen Ost und West. Bielefeld 2011, 211-216.
7. Andrei Stsiapanau Nuclear Exceptionalism in the Former Soviet Union after Chernobyl and Fukushima in “The Fukushima Effect: A New Geopolitical Terrain” Hindmarsh R, Priestley R, Routhledge, 2015