Irina Sodnomova, MPhil
- PhD Candidate, Department of History, University of Heidelberg
About Irina Sodnomova
Irina Sodnomova is a member of the Research Group “Entangled Parliamentarisms: Constitutional Practices in Russia, Ukraine, China and Mongolia, 1905–2005,” sponsored by the European Research Council (ERC) at the University of Heidelberg. Her research traces transnational practices and political interactions during the establishment and reform of parliamentary institutions, specifically in the cases of Russia, Mongolia, and China. Her research interests include intellectual history, late imperial and early Soviet history, as well as cross-cultural connections in North Asia in the fields of politics and knowledge production.
- MPhil in Tibetan and Himalayan Studies, University of Oxford (UK), 2013
- BA in Asian and African Studies, Saint Petersburg State University (Russia), 2011
- PhD Candidate, European Research Council (ERC) Project “Entangled Parliamentarisms: Constitutional Practices in Russia, Ukraine, China, and Mongolia, 1905–2005,” Department of History, University of Heidelberg, October 2018–present
- Lecturer, Department of Asian and African Studies, Higher School of Economics, Saint Petersburg (Russia), Sept 2017–August 2018
- Sablin, Ivan; Moniz Bandeira, Egas; Badagarov, Jargal; Dorn, Martin, and Sodnomova, Irina. Duma, yuan, and beyond: Conceptualizing parliaments and parliamentarism in and after the Russian and Qing Empires, in: Planting Parliaments in Eurasia, 1850–1950: Concepts, Practices, and Mythologies, ed. by Ivan Sablin and Egas Moniz Bandeira. London: Routledge, 2021, pp. 13–52.
- Sablin, Ivan; Badagarov, Jargal, and Sodnomova, Irina. Khural democracy: Imperial transformations and the making of the first Mongolian constitution, 1911–1924, in: Socialist and Post-Socialist Mongolia: Nation, Identity, and Culture, ed. by Simon Wickhamsmith and Phillip P. Marzluf. London: Routledge, 2021, pp. 14–42.
- Sodnomova, I. N. Ikonografiia Buddy Amitabkhi v Tibete [Iconography of Buddha Amitābha in Tibet], in: Buddiiskaia kul'tura: istoriia, istochnikovedenie, iazykoznanie i iskusstvo: Sed'mye Dorzhievskie chteniia [Buddhist Culture: History, Source Studies, Linguistics and Art: Seventh Dorzhiev Readings], Saint Petersburg: Svoe izdatel’stvo, 2018, pp. 217–224.
- Sodnomova, I. N. Literaturnaia i prosvetitel'skaia deiatel'nost' Agvana Dorzhieva v Peterburge–Petrograde v 1905–1917 gg. [Literary and Educational activities of Aghvan Dorzhiev in Petersburg–Petrograd in 1905–1917], in: Rossiia i mongol'skii mir: vektor na sblizhenie (Egunovskie chteniia – VII): sbornik statei mezhdunarodnoi nauchno-prakticheskoi konferentsii v ramkakh XII Mezhdunarodnogo vseburiatskogo festivalia «Altargana», 29–30 iiunia 2016 g., Ulan-Ude) [Russia and the Mongolian World: A Vector for Rapprochement (Egunov Readings – VII): A Collection of Articles of the International Scientific-Practical Conference within the Framework of the XII International All-Buryat Festival “Altargana,” June 29–30, 2016, Ulan-Ude], ed. by N. S. Baikalov. Ulan-Ude: Izdatel'stvo Buriatskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta, 2017, pp. 168–177, https://doi.org/10.18101/978-5-9793-0054-2-2017-168-177
- Mongolia’s and Russia’s Khurals as Parliaments and Non-Parliaments (with Jargal Badagarov), Workshop “Parliaments and Political Transformations in Europe and Asia: Diversity and Representation in the 20th and 21st Century,” University of Heidelberg, February 12–13, 2019.
- Ikonografiia Buddy Amitabkhi v Tibete [Iconography of Buddha Amitābha in Tibet], Sed'mye Dorzhievskie chteniia "Buddizm i sovremennyi mir", Russia, Ulan-Ude, July 6–8, 2016.
- Literaturnaia i prosvetitel'skaia deiatel'nost' Agvana Dorzhieva v Peterburge–Petrograde v 1905–1917 [Literary and Educational activities of Aghvan Dorzhiev in Petersburg–Petrograd in 1905–1917], Mezhdunarodnaia nauchno-prakticheskaia konferentsiia «Rossiia i mongol'skii mir: vektor na sblizhenie (Egunovskie chteniia – VII)» v ramkakh XII Mezhdunarodnogo vseburiatskogo festivalia «Altargana», Russia, Ulan-Ude, June 29–30, 2016.