Institute of Philosophy
of the Russian Academy of Sciences

  Vladimir Malakhov
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Vladimir Malakhov

Malakhov Vladimir

Dr. Vladimir S. Malakhov is known as a specialist in history of contemporary western philosophy

(The Dictionary of Contemporary Western Philosophy, three editions 1991, 1998, 2009) and nationalism and ethnicity studies 



Ongoing research interests


nationalism and ethnicity studies, multiculturalism, sociology of culture, citizenship studies


ResearcherID: J-7746-2013


Scopus Author ID: 57196050568


e-library SPIN: 4087-6750,


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Academic activities

University of Tuebingen (1991-1993), University of Leipzig (1995), Institute for Humanities (Vienna, 1994), Internationales Forschungszentrum fuer Kulturwissenschaften (Vienna, 1995), London School of Economics and Political Science (2003), Manchester University (2006).

Publications in


Deutsche Zeitschrift fuer Philosophie (Berlin), Dialektik (Leipzig), Intellectual News (London), Nouva Secondaria (Brescia), Deutsche Zeitschrift fuer Slavische Philologie (Heidelberg), Tumult (Muenchen/Wien), Niin e nain (Helsinki), Pro et Contra, Ab imperio, Kosmopolis, Inostrannaya Literatura, Znamya, Oktyabr, Voprosy Filosofii, Logos, Pushkin, Na Postu, Russky Zhurnal, Otechestvennye Zapiski, Artkhronika, etc.


Books in Russian


  • Integration of migrants: concepts and practice. Moscow. 2015. 
  • Cultural differences and political boundaries in the era of global migration. Moscow, 2014.
  • The State, Migration and Cultural Pluralism in Contemporary World. Materials of the International Conference //  Ed. by V.S. Malakhov, V.A. Tishkov, A.F. Yakovlevа. - M.: ICAR, 2011.
  • Essays on Nationalism, Racism and Cultural Pluralism. – Moscow, 2007. 
  • State in the Age of Globalization. Moscow, 2007.
  • Nationalism as a Political Ideology.  Moscow, 2005.
  • Multiculturalism and the Transformation of Post-Soviet Societies. Editor-in-Chief (co-editor Valery Tishkov). Moscow, 2002. 
  • Discreet Charm of Racism. - Moscow, 2001.
  • Labour migration policy in Russia: considerations on governmentality // International Migration. 2018. Т. 56. № 3. P. 61-72.(with Simon M.E.)
  • Population and Immigration // Russia: Strategy, Policy and Administration: Palgrave Macmillan. 2017.
  • Demography and Migration (chapter) / // Russia Strategy, Policy and Administration, ed. by Irvin Studin. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2017. C. 257-268. (in et al. with Simone M. E.)
  • Labour Migration Policy in Russia: Considerations on Governmentality // International Migration: Wiley. 2017. C.1-12. (in et al. with Simone M. E.)
  • From the editors // Transnational migration and the modern state in conditions of economic turbulence / Ed. edited by V. S. Malakhov, Simon M. E. Moscow. 2016. S. 7-12. (in et al. with Simone M. E.)
  • The integration of migrants as an administrative problem: the experience of the European Union // World economy and international relations. 2015. No. 1. Pp. 77-87.
  • Allochthons and autochthons: migrantion the subject of social (inter)action // Polis. Political studies. 2015. No. 1. P. 111-125.
  • Russian nation as a concept and reality // the Consolidation and modernization of Russia / Redkol.: A. A. Guseynov, A. V. Smirnov, B. O. Nikolayevich. M., 2014. S. 292-310.
  • Citizenship as a concept and the institution: what, how and why study// Citizenship and immigration: conceptual, historical and institutional dimension. / Edited by V. S. Malakhov, A. F. Yakovleva. M.:Kanon +, 2013. P. 6-32.
  • The transformation of citizenship in the context of mass immigration: the conceptual aspect // Sociological researches. 2013. No. 6. P.42-47.
  • Orientalism: A Russian version. // Post-Post-Soviet? Art, Politics & Society in Russia at the Turn of Decade / Ed. by Marta Dziewanska, Ekaterina Degot & Ilya Budraitskis. Warsaw: Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, 2013. (Books No. 7). P. 161-172.
  • Whether threatens Europe's Islamization? // Otechestvennye Zapiski. 2013. No. 1 (52). P. 281-301. 
  • Racial mindset after racism: the case of Russia at the pan-European background // Racism, xenophobia, discrimination. As we saw them. M.: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2013. Pp. 115-138.
  • Safety: the politics of fear as a management tool // Otechestvennye Zapiski. 2013. No. 2 (53). P. 150-163. 
  • Beck, Ulrich. Living in the world risk society and regard for him. Cosmopolitan twist // POLIS. 2012. No. 5. S. 44-58.
  • After multiculturalism: Europe and its immigrants, Vestn. Institute Kennan in Russia. Vol. 21 (Spring 2012). S. 45-55.Imagine nation // Otech. Zap.: Sib. for the slow. reading. 2012. No. 2(47). P. 283-295.