Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research, Oslo Metropolitan University
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Marthe Handå Myhre is a postdoctoral fellow at the Norwegian Institute for Urban and Regional Research, Oslo Metropolitan University. She holds a Ph.D. in Russia Studies from the University of Oslo (2018). In her Ph.D. project she studied policies of citizenship acquisition in Russia and the reception in Russia of forced migrants from Ukraine who fled there after war broke out in Donbas in 2014. From 2018 to 2021 Marthe was part of the research project Accommodation of Regional Diversity in Ukraine (ARDU). Currently Marthe is involved in an international research project studying Russia’s appeal to populists and pragmatists in Europe (https://uni.oslomet.no/proruss/). She also participates in the ongoing project “Ukrainian refugees – experiences from the first phase in Norway” financed by The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration and The Directorate of Diversity and Immigration. Marthe’s research interests include but are not limited to nation building, nationalism, migration, and citizenship in Russia, Ukraine, and the post-Soviet space.
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS ON UKRAINE
- Myhre, Marthe Handå, Muradyan. Olena and Nekhaienko, Oksana. “Educational Reform and Language Policy in Ukraine: Implementation in the Border Regions” in A. Aasland and S. Kropp (eds.) (2021) The Accommodation of Regional and Ethno-cultural Diversity in Ukraine.
- Myhre, Marthe Handå (2018). Forced migrant “compatriots” from Ukraine: Accessing legal residency and citizenship in the Russian Federation. Nationalities Papers, 46. No 6 (2018), 1028-1045. doi:10.1080/00905992.2018.1488828
- Russian Policies of Influence in the Populist-Pragmatic Nexus (2020 – 2023). Research council of Norway. https://uni.oslomet.no/proruss/
- Ukrainian refugees – experiences from the first phase in Norway (May – Sept 2022). The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration and The Directorate of Diversity and Immigration.