Dmitrii "Mitya" Zhikharevich

LSE, PhD Student

research fellow, PhD student, LSE

Interests

social theory and philosophy, historical-comparative sociology, STS, sociology of finance, capitalism, organizational theory

Curriculum Vitae

Dmitrii "Mitya" Zhikharevich obtained his MA degree the Department of Sociology, St. Petersbutg State University (SPSU) in 2014, and completed a graduate program in the same Department in 2017, with a specialization in social theory (theory, history, and methodology of sociology). Currently, Mitya is pursuing a PhD degree at the London School of Economics, working at the interface of science and technology studies, economic sociology, and history of capitalism. The tentative title of his dissertaion is "Risk, Uncertainty and Crisis: An Historical Sociology of Venture Capitalism, U.S. 1940-2000".

In 2015-2017 Mitya was an associate research fellow at the International Research Laboratory "Transnationalism and Migration Processes" TANDEM (St. Petersburg State Unversity). He also took part in several research projects of the department of comparative sociology (SPSU) and STS Center at EU SP. 

Publications

  1. Жихаревич Д.М. Рецензия на: Drori I., Ellis Sh., Shapira Z. The Evolution of a New Industry: a Genealogical Approach. Stanford University Press, 2013 // Социологические Исследования 2014 №05, стр. 153-156.
  2. Жихаревич Д.М., Резаев А.В. Тупики и повороты исторического анализа раннего капитализма: "Капиталисты поневоле" Р.Лахмана // Экономическая социология. Т. 14, №4. Сентябрь 2013, с. 127-139.
  3. Резаев А.В., Жихаревич Д.М. В поисках доверия: сравнительно-историческая социология публичной сферы Апостолиса Папакостаса // В книге: Папакостас А. Становление цивилизованной публичной сферы: Недоверие, доверие и коррупция/А. Папакостас; пер. с англ. Д. Жихаревича—М.: ОАО «ВЦИОМ», 2016.— 216 с. (Серия «Образ общества»). С. 5-16. (В соавторстве с А. В. Резаевым.)
  4. Rezaev, Andrey V., Zhikharevich, Dmitrii M. and Lisitsyn, Pavel P. The Marxian Materialist Interpretation of History and Comparative Sociology // Comparative Sociology, 14, 452-477 (2015), DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/15691330-12341354