Arctic Domus at the IX International Siberian Studies Conference, St. Petersburg
"Dimensions of social life: Anthropological perspectives on social relations and culture" Dedicated to the Memory of Nadezhda Vsevolodovna Ermolova
The Arctic Domus team presents several papers at the IX annual Siberian Studies Conference at the Museum of Anthorpoloogy and Ethnography in St. Petersburg. The full programe is here
Dr. Vladimir Davydov, the organizer of the conference, will give a plenary address on the History of the Siberian Studies Seminar and Siberian Research in the Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography He will also present a second paper on the Role of the Landscape in Relationships between People and Reindeer.
Dr. Dmitry Arzyutov, a co-organizer of the conference, will give a plenary address on Siberian Research in the Museum of Anthorpology and Ethnography as a history of Laboratories, Theories and Concepts. He will also present a second paper on Reidneer and Dogs among the Nenetses of the Tambei Tudnra: Two Strategies for the construction of "Animal Societiey"
Prof. Konstantin Klokov will chair a session and present on The Geogrpahic Aspects of the Relation Between Man and Animals in Northern Landscapes
Prof. Artur Kharinskii will chair a session and present on the Contemporary Reindeer Herding among Northern Baikal Evenkis
Dr. Evgenii Ineshin will present on Population of mountain and taiga regions of Baikalo-Patomskoe plateau during the Iron Age
Prof. Anderson will give a concluding honourary lecture entitled Arctic Domestication and the Ethnography of Siberia Arctic_Domestication_and_Siberian_Ethnography_2013.10.31.pptx
Venue: Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera)