One of the main activities of Ethnographic Bureau (EB) is creation, preparation and publication of different materials: selection of articles, magazines, books... In this column You can observe some of the publicated by EB products.
Proceedings of the Second NRF Open Meeting. Veliky Novgorod, Russia. September, 19-22, 2002
Album-catalogue “Historical Time” is an introduction to the exposition of the State Museum of Nature and Man, based on historical documents and the taiga Ob-Irtysh region collections from the funds of the Museum from antiquity to modern times.
Album-catalogue “Mythological Time” performs the exhibition in the State Museum of Nature and Man based of Ethnographic collection and mythological motifs of the Siberian native peoples, Khanty and Mansi.
The book is devoted to the researching of ancient and traditional culture of the area of Agan river. Authors of the book use new materials of archeological excavations and investigations, field ethnographic works and archival researches. It is available only in Russian.
The book is devoted to research of ethnic history of the northern Khants. On the basis of archival sources and the field work materials collected during numerous expeditions a specificity, factors and formative mechanisms of the northern Khants ethnos are explained. For the first time the ethnic history of Khants from the lower course of Ob` river is represented simultaneously in several (historical, ethnodemographic, ethnosocial, cultural–economic) ways. The book is intended especially for ethnographers, archeologists, historians and all interested at the history of the North. The editor-in-chief: Member of the Russian Academy of Science Andrei V. Golovnev
Audio album and album of the verses, singing with guitar.
The “Nenets phenomenon” – sources of original and die-hard northern culture is presented in this book. In the first part original author's versions of a descent and ethnic history of Nenets are proved by using of the newest data of archeology and ethnography. The second part consists of the folklore collected by the author – storytellers–Nenets talk about their ethnocultural history. Some visual materials (author's photos) are added to the text. The book is intended especially for ethnographers, specialists in folklore, archeologists, historians and all interested at the history of the North. The editor-in-chief: Member of the Russian Academy of Science Vladimir A. Tishkov
The book is devoted to the ethnographic description of aboriginal cultures of Northwest Siberia – Nenets, Sel`kup, Khants, Mansi. It is founded on the author’s field work materials researched from long-term expeditions to remote parts of a taiga and tundra. It is written in a such manner, that cultures “talk about themselves” with the help of author–interpreter. Subjects of conversation are wars and chiefs, a thing and space, nature and tactile time, ceremonies and pantheon. The center of exposition is person with its archetypal philosophy. The book is intended especially for ethnographers, culturologists, archeologists, historians and all interested at the mode of life and world outlook traditions of North people. The editor-in-chief: Member of the Russian Academy of Science Sergei A. Arutyunov
1st issue of the scientific almanac “The Yamal antiquities” is devoted to research of ancient and traditional cultures of the Ural–Siberian North. Authors of the articles use new materials of archeological excavations and investigations, field ethnographic works and archival researches. The almanac opens fresh history frontiers of Northern Eurasia and at the same time it is a polemic club where Russian and foreign North explorers represent their hypotheses and findings. It is intended especially for archeologists, ethnographers, historians and all interested at culture and history of the North. The editor-in-chief: Doctor of History Andrei V. Golovnev
Made in “Softmajor”
|Khanty-Mansi autonomous region - Yugra||Culture, art and
cinematography of YANAR
|Anthropology and Ethnology Institute by N.N. Miklukho-Maklay||Moscow international festival of visual anthropology|