(2015) Material Cultures, Migrations, and Identities (Palgrave Macmillan).

(2016) Review by A. Croitoru in Europe-Asia Studies 68(9)

articles in peer-reviewed journals

(2018) Sablina, S., Soong, H. & Pechurina, A. Exploring expectations, experiences and long-term plans of Chinese international students studying in the joint Sino-Russian degree. Higher Education.

(2016) Defining the Russian Diasporic Home and Its Atmospheres: Theoretical Challenges and the Methodological Implications, Russian Sociological Review, 15(2): 26-41.

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(2014) Positionality and Ethics in the Qualitative Research of Migrants’ Homes,  Sociological Research Online,  19 (1)

(2011) Russian Dolls, Icons, and Pushkin: Practicing Cultural Identity through Material Possessions in Immigration, Laboratorium, 3 (3): 97–117

book chapters

(2017) National food, belonging, and identity among Russian-speaking migrants in the UK. In: Polese, A., Morris, J., Pawlusz, E. and Seliverstova, O. eds. Identity and Nation Building in Everyday Post-Socialist Life. Routledge, pp. 91-109.

(2017) Post-Soviet Russian-Speaking Migration to the UK: The Discourses of Visibility and Accountability, In: Nikolko M, Carment D. eds. Post-Soviet Migration and Diasporas: From Global Perspectives to Everyday Practices. Springer.

book reviews

(2019) Higher education in post-Communist states: comparative and sociological perspectives, Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, DOI: 10.1080/03057925.2019.1671711

(2014)  Post-post-Soviet? Art, politics and society in Russia at the turn of the decade edited by Marta Dziewanska, Ekaterina Degot, and Ilja Budraitskis, Visual Studies, 31(1): p.83

(2012) A Cold War Tourist and His Camera, Visual Studies, 27(1): 114-115

publications in russian

(2010) Увидеть необычное в обычном: исследования семейной фотографии, Социологический журнал, 2: 92-97

(2010) Ричард Чалфен, Семейные фотографии как коммуникация посредством изображений / Пер. с англ. А.В. Печуриной, Социологический журнал, 2: 98-117

(2009) «Там русский дух …»: вещи в доме как способ визуализации идентичности мигрантов в Великобритании,  Визуальная антропология: настройка оптики / Под редакцией Е Ярской-Смирновой, П. Романова (Библиотека Журнала исследований социальной политики). М.: ООО «Вариант», ЦСПГИ, 2009. – 296 с.

(2007) Визуализация социальных исследований: новые данные или новые знания?, Социологический журнал, 3: 81-89

(2007) Сара Пинк, Интервью с видеокамерой: представление, саморепрезентация и нарратив (Представлен краткий перевод статьи Сары Пинк, выполненный А.В. Печуриной и А.В Колосовым: Pink S. Performance, self-representation and narrative: Interviewing with video // Seeing is Believing? Approaches to visual research. Studies in qualitative methodology. Vol. 7 / Ed. by C. Pole. London: Elseiver Science, 2004), Социологический журнал, 3: 90-107

(2005) О муже(N)ственности. Сборник статей / Сост. С. Ушакин. М.: Новое литературное обозрение, 2002., Социологический журнал, 3: 181-184

other publications

Building beneficial relationships when conducting research with migrant communities. Weblog entry. Research Ethics Monthly. Australasian Human Research Ethics Consultancy Services Pty Ltd (AHRECS). July 26, 2017

Creating a Home from Home: Russian Communities in the UK. Weblog entry. Material World. September 28, 2011