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People and the land: pathways to reform in post-Soviet Siberia

People and the land: pathways to reform in post-Soviet Siberia

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Published by Dietrich Reimer Verlag GmbH in Berlin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • SEL Library selection,
  • Volkskunde, V olkerkunde

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    ContributionsHrsg.: Kasten, Erich
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22536744M
    ISBN 103496027436

    Kutkh (also Kutkha, Kootkha, Kutq Kutcha and other variants, Russian: Кутх), is a Raven spirit traditionally revered in various forms by various indigenous peoples of the Russian Far East. Kutkh appears in many legends: as a key figure in creation, as a fertile ancestor of mankind, as a mighty shaman and as a trickster. Agriculture in Siberia started many millennia ago by peoples indigenous to the region. While these natives had little more than "digging sticks" called mattocks instead of ploughs at their disposal, Siberian agriculture would develop through the centuries until millions of Russian farmers were settled there, reaping significant bounties off this huge expanse of land stretching from the Ural.

      Russia’s People of Empire explores this enduring multicultural world through life stories of 31 individuals―famous and obscure, high born and low, men and women―that illuminate the cross-cultural exchanges at work from the late s to post-Soviet Russia. Working on the scale of a single life, these microhistories shed new light on the Brand: Indiana University Press. In Properties of Culture/Culture as Property: Pathways to Reform in Post-Soviet Siberia. Edited by Erich Kasten. Edited by Erich Kasten. Berlin, Germany: Dietrich Reimer Verlag,

    Sántha István (Szombathely, február –) szociálantropológus, a Bölcsészettudományi Kutatóközpont Néprajztudományi Intézetének tudományos főmunkatársa. Kutatási területei: dél- és kelet-szibériai népek (evenkik, burjátok, tofák, kirgizek) szociálantropológiai kutatása; Diószegi Vilmos és Almásy György; tajga és füvespuszta kontaktzónája, helyi Állampolgársága: magyar. Siberia Siberia is an empty land filled with contradictions Russia’s limitless expanse is home to art, freedom, history and many, many trees Christmas Specials Dec 21st edition.


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People and the Land: Pathways to Reform in Post-Soviet SiberiaAuthor: Erich Kasten. Get this from a library. People and the land: pathways to reform in post-Soviet Siberia.

[Erich Kasten;]. John Ziker's Peoples of the Tundra provides an informative account of post-Soviet adaptations in the remote indigenous community of Ust-Avam on the Taymyr penisula. He suggests that, counter to global trends of even remote communities becoming increasingly linked with the world economy, in this region, isolation and independence is on the rise.5/5(2).

Wilson, E. Est’ zakon, est’ i svoi zakony: Legal and moral entitlements to the fish resources of Nysky Bay, North-Eastern Sakhalin. In E. Kasten (Ed.), People and the land: Pathways to reform in post-Soviet Siberia (pp. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag. Google ScholarAuthor: Thomas F.

Thornton, Nadezhda Mamontova, Nadezhda Mamontova. The main focus is on Siberia, but the studies will also be of interest to all those following the theoretical and practical debates concerning three key concepts of contemporary anthropology: culture, property and indigeneity.

Sources. Tuuisku, Transition Period in the Nenets Autonomous Okrug: Changing and Unchanging Life of Nenets published in: ed. Kasten, People and the Land: Pathways to Reform in Post-Soviet Siberia,p. Berlin: Deitrich Reimer Verlag; The Norwegian Barents Secretariat - Barents Monitoring, Nenets Autonomous Okrug, First Quarter, Country: Roushie.

Wilson, Est’ zakon, est’ i svoi zakony: legal and moral entitlements to the fish resources of Nyski Bay, North-Eastern Sakhalin, in: E. Kasten (Ed.), People and the Land: Pathways to Reform in Post-Soviet Siberia, Dietrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin, Cited by: 2.

Post-soviet history Novoye Chaplino is a good example of how following the collapse of the Soviet Union, the outflow of Russian migrants allowed indigenous people to take up senior administrative posts in the local administration.

[11]Administrative district: Providensky District. Siberia is a vast and varied region, linked horizontally to the circumpolar Arctic and vertically to Mongolia and Central Asia. Nineteenth-century anthropological fieldwork was important abroad.

During the post-Soviet period, fishery became one of the main sources of income for the inhabitants of Evenki villages in the northern Baikal region. When a number of villagers lost their official jobs, they managed to earn money by selling fish. Most people are required to fish during a particular season and to follow official by: 3.

Peoples of the Tundra: Northern Siberians in the Post-Communist Transition - Kindle edition by Ziker, John P. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Peoples of the Tundra: Northern Siberians in the Post-Communist by:   Land Use and Economic Change Among the Dolgan and the Nganasan. In Kasten, E. (Ed.), People and the Land: Pathways to Reform in Post-Soviet Siberia (pp.

– ). Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Cambridge Core - European Studies - Agrarian Reform in Russia - by Carol S. LeonardAuthor: Carol S. Leonard. Krupnik and N. Vakhtin In the 'House of Dismay': Knowledge, Culture and Post-Soviet Politics in Chukotka, () in People and the Land.

Pathways to Reform in Post-Soviet Siberia, ed. Kasten; M Strogoff, P-C Brochet, and D. Auzias Petit Futé: Administrative district: Providensky District.

Sireniki is a village in Providensky District of Chukotka Autonomous Okrug, in the Far Eastern Federal District of Russia. Population: ; Municipally, Sireniki is subordinated to Providensky Municipal District. Ina law was passed abolishing the municipal rural settlement of Sireniki.

The village continues to exist, but is now municipally part of Providenia Urban strative district: Providensky District. Instead, the Soviet state held land on behalf of “the people.” When post-Soviet states introduced programs of land privatization, policy makers were able to sidestep the “war between competing social memories” that characterized the restitution programs of post-socialist Eastern and Central Europe.

17 Post-Soviet states returned land to Price: $ Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. Land use and economic change among the Dolgan and Nganasan.

JP Ziker. People and the land: pathways to reform in post-Soviet Siberia,Greater wealth inequality, less polygyny: Rethinking the. Land ownership rates by citizens are low for the country as a whole when total land is used for measurement (7 percent); this is especially true in the northwest district (3 percent) and districts east of the Urals (5 percent in Urals, 6 percent in Siberia, and less than 1 percent in Far East).

7 Of course, ownership rates of total land is Cited by: 3. This paper deals with crucial crises in the development of the unique culture of the Khanty and Mansi. The peoples, who had resided the territory of Western Siberia long before Russian settlements were established, were the Tatar, Chulym Turkic, Khakass, Shor, Teleut, Selkup, Nganasan, Enets, Nenets, Kamasin, Ket, Yugh, Kott, Assan, Khanty and : Victoria Vorobeva, Zoya Fedorinova, Ekaterina Kolesnik.

The Socialist Way of Life in Siberia presents the dramatic transformation in their everyday lives during the late twentieth century. The book challenges the common notion that the process of modernization during the later Soviet period created a Buryat national assertiveness rather than assimilation or.

Etimologia. Os Nganasans referem-se a si mesmo, na língua russa, como Samoiedos, mas também utilizam esse termo para se referirem aos Enets, ao invés de referirem a si mesmo como "Povo Avam".Para os Nganasans, o termo Samoiedo significa ngano-nganasana, o que quer dizer "pessoa de verdade" na língua nganasan, e isso se refere ambas as tribos e aos seus vizinhos Madu Enets.

The Logic of Economic Reform in Russia - Ebook written by Jerry F. Hough. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Logic of Economic Reform in Russia.Coordinates.

Russia (Russian: Росси́я, tr. Rossiya, IPA: [rɐˈsʲijə]), or the Russian Federation, is a transcontinental country located in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia.

Covering an area of 17, square kilometres (6, sq mi), it is the largest country in the world by area, spanning more than one-eighth of the Earth's inhabited land area, stretching eleven time zones Capital and largest city: Moscow, 55°45′N 37°37′E / .