Gäste

Gäste

2012

Tatiana Argounova-Low
Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
"Roads and Narratives (Sakha-Yakutia), Driving and Drifting in Urban Space (Yakutsk)" (research)
06 June - 07 June 2012

Aleksandr Gomboev
Institut mongolovedeniia, buddologii i tibetologii, SO RAN, Ulan-Ude, Russia
"Ethnographic Research in the Lake Baikal Region and Northern Mongolia: travel reports in German" (research)
10 June - 30 June 2012

Juan Dombinguez Monash
University, Victoria, Australia
Pilot project "Brainscapes" (research)
11 May - 2 June 2012

Denis Kostylev
Syktyvkar, Russia
Pilot project "Brainscapes" (research)
23 April - 4 June 2012

2011

Nikolai Kradin
Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnology (DVO RAN), Vladivostok, Russian Federation
“Profile and Research Agenda of the Institute for History, Archaeology and Anthropology, Far Eastern Branch RAS, and the Perspectives of Anthropological Research in Russia's Far East” (presentation)
11 January 2011
 
Olga Svezhnikova
Research Center for East European Studies, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany
“Archeological Expedition as a Research Object: from everyday life to social function” (presentation)
1 February 2011

Chechesh Kudachinova
Department of History, Humboldt University Berlin, Berlin, Germany
“The Altai Mountains in the Russian Geographical Imagination: from the lacuna to the icon” (presentation)
22 March 2011
 
Remy Rouillard
Department of Anthropology, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
“Reindeer Herding Dynasties Meet Oil-Based Empires: Nenets Herders and Russian Oil Workers in the Era of Flexible Capitalism” (research project)
14 June – 29 June 2011

2010

Kirsti Stuvøy
University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway
“Resource Use and Public Participation in Decision-Making: public institutions and organization in northern Russia” (research project)
17 May – 19 July 2010
 
Anna Stammler-Gossmann
University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland
Sakha language teaching
13 August – 2 September 2010
 
Rudolf Havelka
Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
“The Significance of Sacred Places: contribution and limits of cognitive approaches to their research” (research project)
12 October – 3 November 2010
 
Keir Martin
University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
“Authenticity and Cultural Heritage Contested: negotiating custom at Matupi village, Papua New Guinea”
31 October – 21 November 2010
 
Konstantin Bannikov
Institute for Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
“Russians Staying at Home, Russians Going Abroad: changes in patterns and preferences of travel” (presentation)
24 November - 20 December 2010
 
Donatas Brandišauskas
Vytauto Didziojo Universitetas, Kaunas, Lithuania
“Power, Hierarchy, and Agency among Orochen-Evenki of Eastern Baikalia” (research project)
2 – 11 December 2010
 
Mischa Gabowitsch
Einstein Forum, Potsdam, Germany
“Youth Antifascism and Street Culture in Russian Provincial Capitals” (presentation)
14 December 2010

 
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