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Dr. Jogilė Ulinskaitė

Teaching Assistant, Research assistant

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2012-2018: PhD in Political Science, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University, Lithuania (defended in July 2018).

2010-2011: MSc in Sociology, Tilburg University (The Netherlands)

2006-2010: BA in Political Science, Institute of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius University (Lithuania)

Research projects and grants

Since 2021: Project leader and researcher in the research project “Post-communist Transformation as Dismantling of the Soviet Modernity Project”, Vilnius University.

Since 2020: Postdoctoral Fellowship “Public election committees in Lithuania: between localized democracy and representation of particularistic interests”, Vilnius University.

Since 2019: Researcher in the research project Lithuanian National Election Study 2020, Vilnius University

2016-2018: Junior researcher in the research project “Soviet life as oral history: challenges in memory (re)construction”, Vilnius University

2012-2015: Specialist in the research project “Invisible society of Soviet-era Lithuania: the revision of distinction between systemic and non-systemic social networks”, Vilnius University

Courses taught

Problems of modern democracy

Introduction to Political Science Research

Lithuanian Political Research: Problems of Modern Democracy

Introduction to Political Science Methods

Research interests

Populism

Political representation

Collective memory

Post-communist transformation

Publications

„The Populist Discourse on Representation in Lithuania“. European Review, 28(5), 2020. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1062798720000216

„Memories of Discipline in Soviet Lithuania: Stories in Oral History“. Baltic Journal of Political Science, 7(8), 2019. https://doi.org/10.15388/BJPS.2018.7-8.5

Vinogradnaitė, I., Kavaliauskaitė, J., Ramonaitė, A., Ulinskaitė, J., Kukulskytė, R. Sakytinė istorija kaip sovietmečio tyrimo metodas [Oral History as a Method for Studying Soviet Era]. Vilnius: Vilnius University Press, 2018.

„Populist Discourse on Political Representation: a Case Study of Anti-Establishment Organizations in Lithuania“. Baltic Journal of Political Science, 5, 2016. https://doi.org/10.15388/bjps.2016.5.10336

„Populizmas - grėsmė atstovaujamajai demokratijai ar jos (pa)taisymo priemonė?“ Politologija, 2(82), 2016. https://doi.org/10.15388/Polit.2016.2.10103