Natalia Mamonova
Natalia Mamonova
The Institute for Rural and Regional Research (RURALIS)
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Oligarchs, megafarms and land reserves: understanding land grabbing in Russia
O Visser, N Mamonova, M Spoor
The Journal of Peasant Studies 39 (3-4), 899-931, 2012
Resistance or adaptation? Ukrainian peasants’ responses to large-scale land acquisitions
N Mamonova
Global Land Grabbing and Political Reactions' from Below', 141-168, 2017
‘Quiet food sovereignty’as food sovereignty without a movement? Insights from post-socialist Russia
O Visser, N Mamonova, M Spoor, A Nikulin
The Politics of Food Sovereignty, 92-107, 2018
Populism, neoliberalism and agrarian movements in Europe. Understanding rural support for right‐wing politics and looking for progressive solutions
N Mamonova, J Franquesa
Sociologia Ruralis 60 (4), 710-731, 2020
Rural gentrification in Russia: Renegotiating identity, alternative food production and social tensions in the countryside
N Mamonova, LA Sutherland
Journal of Rural studies 42, 154-165, 2015
Is Russia the emerging global ‘breadbasket’? Re-cultivation, agroholdings and grain production
O Visser, M Spoor, N Mamonova
Europe-Asia Studies 66 (10), 1589-1610, 2014
Understanding the silent majority in authoritarian populism: What can we learn from popular support for Putin in rural Russia?
N Mamonova
State marionettes, phantom organisations or genuine movements? The paradoxical emergence of rural social movements in post-socialist Russia
N Mamonova, O Visser
Journal of Peasant Studies 41 (4), 491-516, 2014
Naive monarchism and rural resistance in contemporary Russia
N Mamonova
Rural Sociology 81 (3), 316-342, 2016
Right‐wing populism in rural Europe. Introduction to the special issue
N Mamonova, J Franquesa
Sociologia Ruralis, 2020
Patriotism and food sovereignty: Changes in the social imaginary of small‐scale farming in post‐Euromaidan Ukraine
N Mamonova
Sociologia ruralis 58 (1), 190-212, 2018
‘Actually existing’right-wing populism in rural Europe: insights from eastern Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom and Ukraine
N Mamonova, J Franquesa, S Brooks
Authoritarian populism and the rural world, 420-447, 2021
Challenging the dominant assumptions about peasants’ responses to land grabbing: A study of diverse political reactions from below on the example of Ukraine
N Mamonova
Land Deal Politics Initiative, 2013
Prospects of agrarian populism and food sovereignty movement in post‐socialist Romania
A Hajdu, N Mamonova
Sociologia Ruralis, 2020
Large-scale land acquisitions in the former Soviet Union. A study of rural social movements and land conflicts in Russia and Ukraine.
O Visser, N Mamonova
IS Land Academy report, 2011
Rethinking rural politics in post-socialist settings: Rural communities, land grabbing and agrarian change in Russia and Ukraine
N Mamonova
PhD diss., Erasmus University Rotterdam, 2016
Food sovereignty and solidarity initiatives in rural Ukraine during the war
N Mamonova
The Journal of Peasant Studies 50 (1), 47-66, 2023
“Paradoxical” Dissatisfaction among Post-Socialist Farmers with the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy: A Study of Farmers’ Subjectivities in Rural Poland
A Bilewicz, N Mamonova, K Burdyka
East European Politics and Societies 36 (3), 892-912, 2022
Vladimir Putin and the rural roots of authoritarian populism in Russia
N Mamonova
Open Democracy 3, 2018
The re-emerging peasantry in Russia.'Peasants-against-their-own will','Summertime peasants' and'Peasant-farmers'
N Mamonova, O Visser, M Spoor
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