Eleanor Knott
Eleanor Knott
Assistant Professor, Department of Methodology, London School of Economics
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Generating data: studying identity politics from a bottom–up approach in Crimea and Moldova
E Knott
East European Politics and Societies 29 (2), 467-486, 2015
What Does it Mean to Be a Kin Majority? Analyzing Romanian Identity in Moldova and Russian Identity in Crimea from Below
E Knott
Social Science Quarterly 96 (3), 830-859, 2015
Everyday nationalism. A review of the literature
E Knott
Studies on National Movements 3, 2016
Strategy, identity or legitimacy? Analysing engagement with dual citizenship from the bottom-up
E Knott
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 45 (6), 994-1014, 2019
Beyond the field: ethics after fieldwork in politically dynamic contexts
E Knott
Perspectives on Politics 17 (1), 140-153, 2019
Nationalism and belonging: introduction
E Knott
Nations and Nationalism 23 (2), 220-226, 2017
Perpetually “partly free”: lessons from post-soviet hybrid regimes on backsliding in Central and Eastern Europe
E Knott
East European Politics 34 (3), 355-376, 2018
Quasi-citizenship as a category of practice: analyzing engagement with Russia’s Compatriot policy in Crimea
E Knott
Citizenship Studies 21 (1), 116-135, 2017
Identity in Crimea before annexation: a bottom-up perspective
E Knott
Edinburgh University Press, 2018
Moldova's parliamentary elections of November 2014
D Brett, E Knott
Electoral Studies 40, 438-441, 2015
The extra-territorial paradox of voting: the duty to vote in extra-territorial elections
E Knott
Democratization 24 (2), 325-346, 2017
Contesting regimes of post-communist citizenship restitution: analysing UK media coverage of ‘paupers’ passports’
E Knott
Central and Eastern European Migration Review Special Issue: Citizenship in …, 2017
Our man in Moldova
E Knott, M Popșoi
openDemocracy, 2016
Moldova is at the crossroads between Russia and the EU ahead of the Eastern Partnership summit in Vilnius
E Knott
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP), 2013
Do Crimeans see themselves as Russian or Ukrainian? It’s complicated
E Knott
The Monkey Cage, 2015
In Crimea, time for pressure, not acceptance: why we cannot lose sight of the Crimean Tatars
L Fix, E Knott
DGAPkompakt, 1-6, 2014
The ‘billion dollar protests’ in Moldova are threatening the survival of the country’s political elite
D Brett, E Knott, M Popșoi
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, 2015
Victor Ponta’s surprise defeat in Romania’s presidential elections could add more volatility to the country’s turbulent party system
E Knott, D Brett
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) Blog, 2014
Introduction to Nations and Nationalism 2018 Book Debate: Andreas Wimmer (2018) Nation Building: Why Some Countries Come Together While Others Fall Apart. Princeton University …
E Knott
Nations and Nationalism 25 (1), 82-84, 2019
Is Russia hacking democracy?
E Knott
New Statesman, 2017
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