Antropologicheskij Forum. 2016. No. 31
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East Slavic Folklore in the European and Eurasian Context (Results of the Statistical Processing of Data)
By Yuri Berezkin
Black Matsoni: Pragmatics of the Tbilisi Street Code
By Evgeniya Zakharova
The Ideologeme of Revival and the Construction of Altai Nationalism
By Dmitriy Mikhailov
Discipline of Everyday Life at St Petersburg Boarding Schools During the Early 19th Century
By Tatyana Pashkova
Newslore Yesterday and Today
Newslore in Soviet and Post-Soviet Culture: From the Editors
By Alexandra Arkhipova and Daria Radchenko
Medias “Poisoned Cotton” and “Vaccinated Hypertension”: Origins and Functions of Rumors around the “Doctors’ Plot”
By Galina Zelenina
“Is It the End for the Crimea?” Interpretations of the Local Catastrophes of the 20th Century in Folklore and Medias
By Aleksey Popov
“Facts We Trust”: Attitudes to News during Social Polarization
By Elena Malaia
“Fried Dill” and “Babies’ Blood”: Alimentary Codes of Russian-Ukrainian Conflict
By Daria Radchenko
The Archival Folklore Materials of Natalia Pavlovna Kolpakova in the Bashkir Republic
By Farida Galieva
A Review of Brian P. Bennett, Religion and Language in Post-Soviet Russia. London: Routledge, 2011, 186 pp.
By Sergei Shtyrkov
A Review of David Graeber, Debt. The First 5000 Years. Brooklyn; New York: Melville House, 2011, 534 pp.
By Yulia Vymyatnina and Ekaterina Guschina
A Review of Barbara Pizziconi, Miriam A. Locher (eds.), Teaching and Learning (Im)Politeness. B oston; Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2015, 272 pp. (Trends in Applied Linguistics, 22).
By Ekaterina Rudneva
A Review of Isabella Clough Marinaro, Bjшrn Thomassen (eds.), Global Rome: Changing Faces of the Eternal City. Bloomington; Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2014, 298 pp.
By Evgeniya Litvin
In Honor of the 70th Birthday of Yuri Berezkin