Rémy Rouillard is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology at McGill University. His dissertation examines the interactions between indigenous Nenets and Russian oil workers in the Nenets Autonomous District in the Russian Arctic during the Soviet and post-Soviet periods. He also has an MA in anthropology from McGill University. In his master’s thesis “Identités et loyautés des auteurs et peintres russes de l’Estonie post-soviétique,” he examined the predicament of Russian painters and writers living in post-Soviet Estonia in the early 2000s.
|2006||“Language Loyalty in the Baltic: Russian Artists and Linguistic Nationalism in Estonia”, in Language and the Future of Europe: Ideologies, Policies and
Practices, C. Mar-Molinero and P. Stevenson (Eds.), Houndmills, England:
Palgrave Macmillan, pp.: 133-146.
|2005||“Between East and West is North: The Loyalties and Allegiances of Russian
Authors and Painters living in EU Estonia”, in Journal of Multilingual and
Multicultural Development, Clevedon, England, Vol 26: 5, pp.: 391-408.