Nadezhda E. Khokholkova


Ph.D., Research Fellow

Contact info:
30/1 Spiridonovka St., 123001 Moscow, Russia
Tel.: +7 (499) 690-61-33
Fax: +7 (495) 697-19-54
E-mail: khokholkova@gmail.com
https://inafran.academia.edu/NadezhdaKhokholkova

Research Interest:
History of social, political and intellectual movements (Afrocentrism, Pan-Africanism, and Afropolitanism); postcolonial studies; cultural identity; historical memory; cross-cultural dialogue.

Personal status:
born on May 18, 1990; married.

Education:
2012: M.A. cum laude from the Department of Global History, Historical Faculty, P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University, Yaroslavl, Russia

Language competence:
Fluent: Russian, English;
Limited knowledge: Kiswahili, Italian

Academic experience:
Institute for African Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia.
November 2018 to present: Research Fellow, Center of History and Cultural Anthropology.

Publications (those in English are bolded):
I. Theses Official Synopses :
1. Afrocentrism in USA: History, Theory and Practice.

II. Journal Articles and Book Chapters:
1. Afrocentricity in the USA: the borders of transcendence. Vestnik Yaroslavskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta im. P. G. Demidova. Seriya Humanitarnye Nauki. 2013. № 2. Pp. 5-10 (with T.M. Gavristova).
2. Kwanzaa – Pan-African New Year. Azija i Afrika segodnja. 2013. № 12. Pp.55-58.
3. Afrocentricity in the USA: Appealing to the Past. Demidovskii vremennik. Yaroslavl: Yaroslavl State University, 2013. Pp. 73-82.
4. The Youth Policy of Afrocentrism. Vestnik Yaroslavskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta im. P. G. Demidova. Seriya Humanitarnye Nauki.2013. №4. Pp. 25-29.
5. Afrocentrism in the Context of Globalization: Ideas Promotion Framework. Afrikanskij sbornik – 2013. 2013. Pp. 120-125.
6. Africa in the USA: An Experience of Carnavalization of The Past. Identity Crisis in the World History and Culture. Yaroslavl: Yaroslavl State University, 2013. Pp. 130-133.
7. Molefe Kete Asante: How Africa Civilized the World. Vestnik Yaroslavskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta im. P. G. Demidova. Seriya Humanitarnye Nauki.2014. № 4. Pp.19-22.
8. Black is beautiful: “Say it loud, I’ m black and I’m proud”. Black and White in the World History and Culture. Yaroslavl: Yaroslavl State University, 2014. Pp. 37-44.
9. Women Images in Afrocentrism. Social, political and cultural life of African countries in gender dimension. Moscow: Institute for African Studies, 2014. Pp. 71-78.
10. Molefi Kete Asante: “As I Run Toward Africa”. History in Biographies: Africa – Europe. Yaroslavl: Yaroslavl State University, 2014. Pp. 37-43.
11. Afrocentrism in the USA: On the Issue of Identity. Search of Identity in the World History and Culture. Yaroslavl: Yaroslavl State University, 2014. Pp. 44-48.
12. “Nobody Knows My Name”: On the Issue of Transformation of Ethnonyms of Black Americans. Black and White in the World History and Culture. Yaroslavl: Filigran, 2015. Pp. 33-37.
13. “African History – My History”: A Version of Afrocentrist. Afrikanskij sbornik – 2015. 2015. Pp. 100-108.
14. «The Color Line»: On the Issue of Evolution of Ethnonyms of Black Population of the USA. Vestnik Yaroslavskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta im. P. G. Demidova. Seriya Humanitarnye Nauki.2016. №2. Pp.37-44.
15. Afrocentric Music in the USA: A Brief Description of the Genre. Polyphony and Polychromy in the World History and Culture. Yaroslavl: Filigran, 2015. Pp. 104-113.
16. Afrocentric Feminism: The Concept of Intellectual Violence. Violence and Terrorism. Moscow: Institute for African Studies, 2016. Pp. 143-153.
17. Afrocentric Feminism in the USA (The Concept of Intellectual Violence and Victimization). Journal of the Institute for African Studies. 2016. Pp. 76-84.
18. “The Revelations of Prophets”: A Brief Historical Source Analysis of M.K. Asante’s Afrocentricity. Source studies of African History and African Diaspora History. Yaroslavl: Filigran, 2016. Pp. 167-177.
19. Afrocentricity: The Evolution of the Theory in the Context of American History // Social Evolution and History. 2016. Vol.15. №1. Pp. 111-125.
20. Afrocentric Marketing: The Experience of Commodification of Ideas. Vestnik Yaroslavskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta im. P. G. Demidova. Seriya Humanitarnye Nauki.2016. №4. Pp. 29-32.
21. Taiye Selasi: “Africa’s Generation”. Heroes And Anti-Heroes in the World History. Yaroslavl: Yaroslavl State University, 2017. Pp. 28-39.
22. The Name as the Unit of the Afrocentric Cultural Code. Vestnik Yaroslavskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta im. P. G. Demidova. Seriya Humanitarnye Nauki.2017. №3. Pp. 31-35.
23. “The Magic Power of the Word”: A Concept of Nommo in Afrocentric Philosophy. Afrikanskij sbornik – 2017. 2017. Pp. 292-300.
24. Female Face of Afropolitanism (Biography of the Generation). Vestnik Yaroslavskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta im. P. G. Demidova. Seriya Humanitarnye Nauki.2018. №1. Pp. 22-27. (with T.M. Gavristova).
25. Metamorphoses of the African American Identity in Post-segregation Era and the Theory of Afrocentrism. Outlines of global transformations: politics, economics, law. 2018. №2. Pp. 30-45. (with D.M. Bondarenko).
26. “Africans of the World” on Childhood: Personal Narratives and Creative Representation. My African Childhood: African Children in the Context of Cultural and Historical Anthropology. Yaroslavl: Filigran, 2018. Pp. 19-31.
27. Kwame Anthony Appiah: “A Citizen of Worlds”. Childhood in Africa: Memoirs, Autobiographies and Interviews. Yaroslavl: Filigran, 2018. Pp. 32-35.

Papers at (those presented in English are bolded):
1. Afrocentrism in the Context of Globalization: Ideas Promotion Framework. The XXVII International Conference on Historiography and Source Studies of Asia and Africa. April 2013. Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
2. Afrocentrism in Brazil: Theory or Practice. 12th School of the Young Africanists. November 2013. Moscow, Russia
3. “Black is Beautiful!”: Lifestyle or Beauty Standart 13th Conference of Africanists “Society and Politics in Africa: Traditional, Transitional and New”. May 2014, Moscow, Russia.
4. Afrocentricity as An Alternative Paradigm of Global History // The Fourth German-Russian Week of the Young Researcher. October 2014. Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
5. Afrocentrism: An Alternative Cultural Code of Africa. 14th School of the Young Africanists. November 2015, Moscow, Russia.
6. The Borders of Africanity (with T.M. Gavristova). Symposium on Border Regions in Sub-Saharan Africa; 7-9 September 2016, Joensuu, Finland.
7. “The Magic Power of the Word”: A Concept of Nommo in Afrocentric Philosophy. The XXIX International Conference on Historiography and Source Studies of Asia and Africa. June 2017. Saint-Petersburg, Russia.
8. Codes of Africa: Pan-Africanism, Afrocentrism, Afropolitanism. ХIV International Conference of Africanists "AFRICA AND AFRICANS IN NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND GLOBAL DIMENSIONS". October 2017, Moscow, Russia.
9. Life Narratives in the Context of Afropolitanism: The Creation of Media Hero Image // ASAUK 2018; 11-13 September 2018, University of Birmingham, UK.
10. A Concept of Afrocentric Education: On the Issue of Instilling Racial Pride. International Scientific Conference “The Youth in the social, political and cultural life of Africa”. November 2018, Moscow, Russia.