Publications for tourism stakeholders

Pfoser, Alena (2020) Russian tourists in Tallinn: perceptions and experiences. A research report. Available in: English and Estonian

Schlegel, Simon and Pfoser, Alena (2020) Russian visitors in Kyiv: recommendations for tourism stakeholders. Available in: English and Ukrainian

Yusupova, Guzel and Pfoser, Alena (2020) Recommendations for the reception of Russian tourists in Almaty. Available in: Russian

Pfoser, Alena, Schlegel, Simon and Yusupova, Guzel (2020) Navigating contested pasts in guided tours: guidelines for tour guides. Available in: Russian

Academic publications

Yusupova, G and Pfoser, A (forthcoming) Tourism, memory production and the struggle for a new ethnic hierarchy in post-Soviet Almaty. Europe-Asia Studies.

Schlegel, S and Pfoser, A (2021) Uncovering disciplined pasts: tour guiding through Kyiv’s changing place names. History and Anthropology DOI 10.1080/02757206.2021.1881082 (Open Access)

Schlegel, S and Pfoser, A (2020) Navigating contested memories in a commercialised setting: conflict avoidance strategies in Kyiv city tour guiding. International Journal of Heritage Studies DOI 10.1080/13527258.2020.1821235 (Open Access)

Pfoser, A (2020) Memory and Everyday Borderwork: Understanding Border Temporalities. Geopolitics DOI 10.1080/14650045.2020.1801647 (Open Access)

Pfoser, A and Keightley, E (2019) Tourism and the Dynamics of Transnational Mnemonic Encounters. Memory Studies DOI 10.1177/1750698019856059

Pfoser, A (2017) Tourism and Transnational Memory Formation in Tallinn, Estonia. EuropeNow Journal. 04 April 2017.

Pfoser, A. (2017) Nested Peripherialisation: Remaking the East-West Border in the Estonian-Russian Borderland. Eastern European Politics and Societies 31(1): 26-43.

Pfoser, A. (2015) Between Security and Mobility: Negotiating a Hardening Border Regime in the Russian-Estonian Borderland. Journal for Ethnic and Migration Studies 41(10): 1684-1702.

Pfoser, A. (2014) Between Russia and Estonia: Narratives of Place in a New Borderland. Nationalities Papers 42(2): 269-285.