Armine Bagiyan

Doctoral Research Fellow - Sosiologi og samfunnsgeografi
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Visiting address Moltke Moes vei 31 Harriet Holters hus 0851 Oslo
Postal address Postboks 1096 Blindern 0317 Oslo
Other affiliations Faculty of Social Sciences (Student)

My research project is on the connection between regime change and place-making, with the example of Armenia (Yerevan) and Ukraine (Kyiv).

Academic interests

  • Public spaces
  • Urban movements
  • Post-socialist urbanism
  • Comparative urbanism
  • Civil society
  • Aid politics
  • Sustainable development

Courses taught

SGO2500 - North / South - development  (Lecturer and seminar leader)

SGO3500 - Urban structure and development (seminar leader)

SGO2400 - Political Geography



  • University of Cambridge, Development Studies
  • American University of Armenia, Political Science and International Affairs

Work Experience:

  • National Assembly of the Republic of Armenia, Sustainability Researcher
  • European Parliament, Eastern Partnership and Russia Unit, Research Fellow
  • Center for Strategic Initiatives of the Republic of Armenia, Development Strategy Analyst
  • US Embassy in Yerevan, Public Outreach Coordinator
  • United Nations Development Program, Evaluation Consultant (Team Leader)
  • Turpanjian Center for Policy Analysis, Research Assistant


  • Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust Scholarship
  • Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Scholarship
  • Armenian International Women Association Scholarship
  • Luys Foundation Scholarship (given to Armenian students from top 10 world universities)
  • Franklin Award from the US Ambassador to Armenia for excellent performance
  • Scholarship of University-Wide Academic Excellence, American University of Armenia


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Tags: Public Spaces, Civil society, Sustainable Development, Urban Studies, Aid Effectiveness, Post-socialism, Human Geography, Ukraine, Armenia


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