Iuliia Glushneva is a PhD student in Film and Moving Image Studies at Concordia University, Montreal. Her current research deals with the role of linguistic translation in global media flows, with a particular focus on the histories of translation’s engagement with technology and on translation practices in (post)socialist screen cultures.
Iuliia is a co-organizer of the research seminar Media and Migration: (Post)colonial and (Post)socialist Legacies (2019-2020).
PhD in Film and Moving Image Studies | Concordia University | Montreal - Canada | Started 2017
MA in Film and Media Studies | University of Kansas | the United States | 2017
BA in Translation Studies (Literary Translation: English into Russian) | Siberian Federal University | Russia | 2014
BA in History and Philosophy | Siberian Federal University | Russia | 2012