“Lozeva demonstrates a powerful ability in de-constructing narratives.”
I have diverse multi-disciplinary research interests. I have interest in sustainability (socio-economic and environmental), gender, political ecology, international political economy and broadly in human geography. Within those, I am specialising in migration studies and research. My latest research is in the field of legal and illegal Korean migrants and labour hire practices in Western Australia. My current research is the field of Science and Art. If I have to pin down the areas of research interests, they would be: Sustainable Settlements, International Migration, Industrial Relations, Politics, Science, Technology and Society, Arts and Sciences.
Migrants and Nature: Migrants’ views of environmental activism in Western Australia (2013) Curtin University,PhD,Perth
Migrant experience in public participation: Socio-economics factors in European Context (2006) Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridsky, Sofia
Theory and Practice in Leadership: contemporary trends (2001) University of National and World Economy, Sofia
Samani, S. Lozeva, S. (2016) “Higher Education Outreach to Disengaged Youth: Case of Ride AHEAD”, The International Journal of Diversity in Education” (16) 4 DOI 10.18848/2327-0020/CGP/v16i04
Lozeva, S. (2012) Accident in Paradise: Korean Migrants in Western Australia (currently submitted for publication at the Review of Korean Studies).
Marinova, Dora; Lozeva, Silvia; and Seemann, Kurt (2010) ‘Community Conversations for Sustainability in the Desert: Leonora, Western Australia.,’ Journal of Economic and Social Policy: Vol. 13: Iss. 2, Article 6.
Available at: http://epubs.scu.edu.au/jesp/vol13/iss2/6
Lozeva, Silvia and Marinova, Dora (2010) ‘Negotiating Gender: Experience from Western Australian Mining Industry,’ Journal of Economic and Social Policy: Vol. 13: Iss. 2, Article 7.
Available at: http://epubs.scu.edu.au/jesp/vol13/iss2/7
Rola-Rubzen M.F, Marinova D, Singleton G, Altangerel D, Lozeva S, Gabunada F, ‘ Profile of Leonora: A sustainability case study, Desert Knowledge CRC,’ Working Paper 67, 2010
Marshall, A. and Lozeva, S. (2009) ‘Questioning the Theory and Practice of Biomimicry’, International Journal of Design and Nature and Ecodynamics, Vol 4, No 1, pp1-10.
Lozeva, S (2009) ‘Participation of migrant women in the environmental movement’, 11th Scientific Conference in Management and Sustainable Development Conference, University of Forestry, Yundola, Bulgaria, 20-22 March 2009
CONFERENCE PROCEDINGS (sample):
Lozeva, S. (2009), Gender Aspects of Mining: Western Australian Experience, Institute for Advanced Studies on Science, Technology and Society, Graz, Austria, 4th-5th May 2009
Lozeva, S (2008) Methodology Problems in Studying Migrant Communities, Postgraduate Humanities Conference, Curtin University of Technology, 6th -9th November 2008
Lozeva, S (2008), Gender Aspects of Mining Development, Desert Knowledge Symposium, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia, 2- 7th November 2008
Lozeva, S. (2007), People Power? Public Participation seminars, London, UK
Lozeva, S. (2006) Feminist Perspectives of Public Participation in Western Australia, Australian Association for Environmental Education, AAEE Conference, Bunbury, WA, 6th October 2006.
(2005 & 2006) POLITIS: Building Europe with new citizens? An enquiry into the civic participation of naturalized immigrants and foreign residents in 25 countries, Summer schools series, Greece & Germany. Participating as an interviewer of Bulgarian migrants.
Lozeva, S. (2002) ‘Environmental Problems in the Volga region and community-based decisions’ , Volga Philosophy of Science Society Conference, Nizhny Novgorod Museum of Radiophysics, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, 16th November , 2003.
Lozeva, S. (2002) ‘Adventures in the Okhotsk Sea: lessons from the rapidly declining populations of Northern Right Wales ’, Proceedings of the Sociological Conference on Social Transformation, Yekaterinburg, Russia, 17th-19th October 2002.
This Pointless Thing Called Life (2001) Radio-drama written and produced by Alan Marshall and Silvia Lozeva, and performed by the Wellington Access Radio Drama Group. Broadcast on XM Satellite Radio in the USA and published by Lodestone Catalogue (2004).
This Miserable Thing Called Life (2002) written and produced by Alan Marshall and Silvia Lozeva and Performed by the Wellington Access Radio Drama Group. Published by Lodestone Catalogue (2004).
The Orchestra of Thought (2001-2) weekly radio documentary series written and produced by Alan Marshall and Silvia Lozeva. Broadcast on Wellington Access Radio, Wellington, New Zealand
Here are some of some comments on my research:
“…possess an astute ability to listening to hidden meanings and the contours of the mental landscape in establishing the relationship between nature-home-identity-belonging”. (Gruev, 2013)
“Lozeva’s ‘post-modern gravitation’ is the strongest performance in her dissertation. The author tries to delve into the realm of meaning, i.e. how our ideas “migrate” and transform not only sociological sociability and cultural affinity, but also identities and belongings.” (Gruev, 2013)
“I found an unambiguous post-structuralist leniency, as Lozeva de-constructs fragments of discourses and “forms” of power that shape the words articulated…this is the most interesting and valuable part of her dissertation.” (Gruev, 2013)
(Dr. Ivaylo Gruev, University of Ottawa, 2013)
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