Alexandrina's research interests include social classes, gender, body & sexuality, socialized imagination, historical memory and grassroots initiatives.
2017/2019: group project 'Past and Present of Working-Class Areas: Transformations of Sociocultural and Territorial Identities' supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research. Grant No. 17-33-01006. Researcher. Project leader Anna Strelnikova.
2017: group project 'The Everyday Life of Industrial Workers: Ethnographic Case-Study of Industrial Neighborhood in Yekaterinburg' conducted within the framework of the Academic Fund Program at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE) and of the Russian Academic Excellence Project “5-100”. Grant No. 117-02-0003. Researcher. Project leader Elizaveta Polukhina.
2014/2018: group project 'Intergenerational Social Mobility from 20th to 21st Century: Four Generations of Russian History' supported by the Russian Science Foundation. Grant No. 14-28-00217. Researcher. Project leader Zinaida Golenkova.
2015: international group project 'Socio-Historical Aspects of National Identification in Russia, Ukraine and Poland' supported by Rosa Luxemburg Foundation. Grant No. 108368. Project leaders Alexandrina Vanke and Giovanni Savino.
2014/2015: group project 'Working-Class Discourse in Russian Mass Media' supported by the Russian Humanitarian Scientific Fund. Grant No. 14-33-01260. Project leader Alexandrina Vanke.
2014/2015: group project 'Historical Memory as a Social Space of Conflicts and Solidarity' funded by the Council of the President of the Russian Federation for the Leading Research Groups of Russia. Grant НШ-2753.2014.6. Researcher. Project leader Victoria Semenova.
2013: international group project 'Soviet War Memorials and Victory Day' supported by the Franco-Russian Centre for Social and Humanitarian Sciences. Researcher. Project leaders Mischa Gabowitsch and Elena Nikiforova.
2012/2014: group project 'Phenomenon of “Homo Interneticus” – Transformation, Socialization, Identification of Life Styles' supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. Grant 6.5765. Researcher. Project leader Victoria Semenova.