Publications

Journal Article (11)

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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian. 2011. On the creation of indigenous subjects in the Russian Federation. Citizenship Studies 15(3/4): 397–417.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian and Kirill Istomin. 2010. Izmenenie praktiki regulirovanija dostupa k prirodnym resursam u nekotorych olenevodčeskich narodov Sibiri: popytka teoretičeskogo obobščenija = Changes in praxis of regulating access of some Siberian reindeer herders to the natural resources. Novye Issledovanija Tuvy 4.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian, Joachim Otto Habeck, Agnieszka Halemba, and István Sántha. 2008. Size and place in the construction of indigeneity in the Russian Federation. Current Anthropology 49(6): 993–1020.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian and Kirill Istomin. 2007. Izmenenie praktik regulirovanija dostupa k prirodnym resursam u olenevodceskich narodov Sibiri = Changes in the practice of regulating access to natural resources among reindeer-herding peoples of Siberia. Rasy i Narody 33: 128–163.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian and Agnieszka Halemba. 2006. Die indigenen Völker Sibiriens: Landrechte, Legalismus und Lebensstil. Infoemagazin 19: 18–22.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian. 2006. Who owns the Taiga?: inclusive vs. exclusive senses of property among the Tozhu and Tofa of southern Siberia. Sibirica 5(1): 87–116.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian. 2005. Southern Siberia. The Indigenous World 2005: 56–63.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian. 2003. Hunting for a solution: Tozhu wild animal resources threatened by poaching and industrial development. Cultural Survival Quarterly 27(1): 48–52.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian and Chaizu Kyrgyz. 2003. The troubled Taiga: survival on the move for the last nomadic reindeer herders of South Siberia, Mongolia, and China. Cultural Survival Quarterly 27(1): 12–18.
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    Journal Article
    Donahoe, Brian. 2001. Where have all the reindeer gone? Russian Conservation News 26: 19–20.
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    Journal Article
    Plumley, Dan and Brian Donahoe. 2001. Requiem or recovery: the 21st century fate of the reindeer-herding peoples of Inner Asia. Cultural Survival Quarterly 25(2): 76–78.

Book Chapter (12)

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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2013. Identity categories and the relationship between cognition and the production of subjectivities. In: Judith Miggelbrink (ed.). Nomadic and indigenous spaces: productions and cognition. Farnham: Ashgate, pp. 137–153.
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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2012. Naming, claiming, proving?: the burden of proof issue for Russia's indigenous peoples. In: Julia Eckert, Brian Donahoe, Christian Strümpell, and Özlem Zerrin Biner (eds.). Law against the state: ethnographic forays into law's transformations. Cambridge Studies in Law and Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 44–69.
  3. 14.
    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2012. "Trust" or "domination"?: divergent perceptions of property in animals among the Tozhu and the Tofa of south Siberia. In: Anatoly M. Khazanov and Günther Schlee (eds.). Who owns the stock?: collective and multiple forms of property in animals. Integration and Conflict Studies 5. New York: Berghahn, pp. 99–119.
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    Book Chapter
    Eckert, Julia, Zerrin Özlem Biner, Brian Donahoe, and Christian Strümpell. 2012. Introduction: law's travels and transformations. In: Julia Eckert, Brian Donahoe, Zerrin Özlem Biner, and Christian Strümpell (eds.). Law against the state: ethnographic forays into law's transformations. Cambridge Studies in Law and Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1–22.
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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2011. In the face of adversity: Shagonar’s culture workers bear the torch of culture. In: Brian Donahoe and Joachim Otto Habeck (eds.). Reconstructing the House of Culture: community, self and the makings of culture in Russia and beyond. New York: Berghahn, pp. 119–136.
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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian, Kirill Istomin, Joachim Otto Habeck, Agnieszka Halemba, István Sántha, and Virginie Vaté. 2011. Research design and methodology of the comparative research project "The social significance of the House of Culture.” In: Brian Donahoe and Joachim Otto Habeck (eds.). Reconstructing the House of Culture: community, self and the makings of culture in Russia and beyond. New York: Berghahn, pp. 277–291.
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    Book Chapter
    Habeck, Joachim Otto, Brian Donahoe, and Siegfried Gruber. 2011. Constellations of culture work in present-day Siberia. In: Brian Donahoe and Joachim Otto Habeck (eds.). Reconstructing the House of Culture: community, self and the makings of culture in Russia and beyond. New York: Berghahn, pp. 137–160.
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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2009. The law as a source of environmental justice in the Russian Federation. In: Julian Agyeman and Yelena Ogneva-Himmelberger (eds.). Environmental justice and sustainability in the former Soviet Union. Urban and Industrial Environments. Cambridge: MIT, pp. 21–46.
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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2009. Comparative analysis of property rights among the Tofa and Tozhu of Southern Siberia [In Chinese language]. In: Sayana Namsaraeva, Ni Ma, and Wang Yudeng (eds.). Makesi Pulangke shehui renleixue yanjiusuo: Xibolia huigu [Max-Planck-Institute for Social Anthropology: Siberian Studies Review]. Beijing: Minzu chubanshe, pp. 2–22.
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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2008. Tuvintsy-todzhintsy: ocherk sovremennoi kul’tury. In: D.A. Funk and N.A. Alekseev (eds.). Tiurkskie narody Vostochnoi Sibiri. Moskau: Nauka, pp. 186–205.
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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2008. Tuvintsy-Todžintsy: očerk sovremennoj kul’tury = The Tozhu-Tyvans: an outline of their contemporary culture. In: Dmitij Funk and N. A. Alekseev (eds.). Tiurkskie narody vostočnoj Sibiri. Moscow: Nauka, pp. 186–204.
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    Book Chapter
    Donahoe, Brian. 2006. Olenevodstvo Tuvincev-Todžincev Segodnja = Reindeer herding among the Tozhu today. Voprosy izučenija istorii i kul'tury narodov centralnoj azii i sopredel'nych regionov. Kyzyl: Nacional'nyj muzej imeni Aldan Maadyr, pp. 121–132.

Thesis - PhD (1)

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    Thesis - PhD
    Donahoe, Brian. A line in the Sayans: history and divergent perceptions of property among the Tozhu and Tofa of South Siberia. PhD Thesis, Indiana University, Bloomington.

Working Paper (4)

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    Working Paper
    Donahoe, Brian, John Eidson, Dereje Feyissa, Veronika Fuest, Markus V. Hoehne, Boris Nieswand, Günther Schlee, and Olaf Zenker. 2009. The formation and mobilization of collective identities in situations of conflict and integration. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 116. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-934B-1. Accessed 2009.
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    Working Paper
    Donahoe, Brian. 2009. Situated bounded rationality: linking institutional analysis to cognitive, processual, and phenomenological approaches in anthropology. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 117. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-933F-E. Accessed 2009.
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    Working Paper
    Halemba, Agnieszka and Brian Donahoe. 2008. Local perspectives on hunting and poaching: research report for WWF Russia Altai-Saian Ecoregion. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-9598-1. Accessed 2008.
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    Working Paper
    Donahoe, Brian. 2002. "Hey, You! Get offa my Taiga!": comparing the sense of property rights among the Tofa and Tozhu-Tyva. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 38. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0011-9E03-7. Accessed 2002.

Issue (1)

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    Issue
    Donahoe, Brian and Dan Plumley (eds.). 2003. The troubled Taiga. Cultural Survival Quarterly 27(1).

Other (1)

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    Other
    Donahoe, Brian and Günther Schlee. 2003. Interethnic clan relationships in Asia and Africa. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report 2002/2003. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-000F-E4D6-E. Accessed 2003.

Book Review (5)

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    Book Review
    Donahoe, Brian. 2014. Wiget, Andrew and Olga Balalaeva: Khanty; People of the Taiga; surviving the 20th century. Sibirica 13(1): 84–87.
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    Book Review
    Donahoe, Brian. 2014. Khanty, people of the Taiga: surviving the 20th century. Sibirica 13(1): 84–87.
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    Book Review
    Donahoe, Brian. 2008. Susan Alexandra Crate. Cows, Kin, and Globalization: An Ethnography of Sustainability (Globalization and the Environment). Lanham: AltaMira Press, 2006. H-Net Reviews (October): 1–3.
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    Book Review
    Donahoe, Brian. 2007. Singing story, healing drum: shamans and storytellers of Turkic Siberia by Kira Van Deusen (University of Washington Press, 2004). Sibirica 6(1): 119–121.
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    Book Review
    Donahoe, Brian. 2004. Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov, The social life of the state in subarctic Siberia (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2003). Sibirica 4(2): 237–238.

Collected Edition (2)

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    Collected Edition
    Eckert, Julia, Brian Donahoe, Christian Strümpell, and Zerrin Özlem Biner (eds.). 2012. Law against the state: ethnographic forays into law's transformations. Cambridge Studies in Law and Society. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
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    Collected Edition
    Donahoe, Brian and Joachim Otto Habeck (eds.). 2011. Reconstructing the House of Culture: community, self and the makings of culture in Russia and beyond. New York: Berghahn.
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