Peter Schweitzer
University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA
“The Jesup North Pacific Expedition” (presentation)
11 – 13 January 2006
Vladimir Davydov and Veronika Simonova
St. Petersburg State University, Russian Federation
“Siberian Indigenous Groups in the City: self-presentation, adaptation and cultural authenticity”
21 – 29 January 2006
David Anderson
University of Aberdeen, UK / Centre for Sámi Studies, University of Tromso, Norway
“Ethnographers as Creators of Ethnic Groups? The Soviet north in the 1930s” (presentation at MLU seminar “History of ethnographic research in Siberia”)
23 – 30 January 2006
Helena Ruotsala
Turku University, Turku, Finland
“Gendered Spaces and Places: women’s spheres of action in rural communities in Russia (Mari El and Kola Peninsula)” (research project)
16 – 30 March 2006
Julie Cruikshank (in cooperation with Department II)
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
“Melting Glaciers and Emerging Histories in the St. Elias Mountains” (presentation)
21 – 29 March 2006
Valentina A. Ilyina
Kamchatka State University, Petropavlovsk, Russian Federation
“Women’s Councils in the Far East of the Russian Federation: past and present” (research project)
7 – 31 July 2006


Sergei Sokolovski
Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian Federation
“Identity Politics and the Construction of Indigeneity in the Russian Population Census of 2002” (research project)
1 – 18 February 2005
Olga V. Ulturgasheva
Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, United Kingdom
“Future Life Stories of Indigenous Children and Youth in Northeastern Yakutia (Sakha)“ (research project)
18 February – 4 March 2005
Željko Jokić
Sydney University, Sydney, Australia
“Embodiment, Disembodiment and Altered States of Consciousness in Yanomami Shamanistic Initiation” (presentation)
10 – 14 June 2005
Chagat Almashev
Gorno-Altaisk, Russian Federation
“Assessments of Environmental and Social Factors in Sustainable Land Use” (research)
1 – 20 September 2005
David G. Anderson
Aberdeen University, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
“New Religious Movements in Southern Siberia”
1 – 31 October 2005
Ulla Johansen
Universität Köln, Köln, Germany
“Forschungen über Schamanismus im 20. Jahrhundert“ (presentation)
3 – 4 November 2005
Rieke Leenders and Liesbet Nyssen
International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden-Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Research and teaching cooperation
8 – 10 November 2005
Han Vermeulen
Leiden University, Leiden, The Netherlands
“Ethnographic Research in Siberia during the 18th Century“ (presentation)
17 November 2005
Jewgeni Helimski
Hamburg University, Hamburg, Germany
“Research on Uralic Languages in the Course of the 18th and 19th Century” (presentation)
1 – 3 December 2005
Tatiana Safonova
Centre for Independent Social Research, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation
“Nature Parks and Park Rangers´ Strategies in Russia: Mari-El and Altai” (presentation)
6 – 10 December 2005
Jerzy Wasilewski
Warsaw University, Warsaw, Poland
“Polish Ethnographic Research in Siberia” (presentation)
15 – 16 December 2005


Olga Kolesnikova (Pak) and Yurii Popkov
Institute for the Philosophy of Law, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
“Young People in Post-Soviet Siberia: new rural-urban and socio-economic divides” (research project)
29 January – 9 February 2004
Virginie Vaté
Université Laval, Quebec, Canada
“Maintaining or Re-inventing a Relation to 'Nature' (Contemporary Chukchi Society)” (research project)
29 February – 12 March 2004
Chaizu Kyrgys
Ubsunur National Park, Kyzyl, Russian Federation
“Impact of Anthropogenic Factors (Hunting/Poaching) on Rare and Endangered Wildlife Species in South Siberia” (research project)
10 March – 9 June 2004
Hiroki Takakura
Centre for Northeast Asian Studies, Tokyo, Japan and University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
“An Overview of Siberian Anthropology Through Japanese Eyes: 1990-2002” (presentation)
15 – 18 April 2004

Rebecca Kay (in cooperation with Department II)
Glasgow University, Glasgow, United Kingdom
“Do Men Care? Gendered discourses of care in post-Soviet Russia” (presentation)
7 July 2004
Kaur Mägi and Florian Siegl
Tartu University, Tartu, Estonia
“Documentation of Enets and Forest Nenets (DoBeS)” (research project)
18 – 23 July 2004
Anthony Glendinning
Department of Sociology, University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom
“Young People in Post-Soviet Siberia: new rural-urban and socio-economic divides” (research project)
23 July – 2 August and 11 – 19 November 2004
Yulian Konstantinov and Vladislava Vladimirova
New Bulgarian University, Sofia, Bulgaria
“Reindeer Herding in Kola Peninsula; property relations in northwest Russia” (research project)
20 October – 19 November 2004

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