Forum for Anthropology and Culture. 2012. No. 7

Paul Manning. The Theory of the Cafè Peripheral: Laghidze’s Waters and Peripheral Urban Modernity

Victoria Donovan. ‘Going Backwards, We Stride Forwards’: Kraevedenie Museums and the Making of Local Memory in North West Russia, 1956–1981

Irina Nazarova. Why Do(n’t) We Believe in Portents and Omens? (Translated by Ralph Cleminson)

Forum for Anthropology and Culture. 2010. No. 6

Popular Concepts of the Sacred

Jeanne Kormina, Sergei Shtyrkov. Believers’ Letters as Advertising: St Xenia of Petersburg’s 'National Reception Centre'

Svetlana Ryzhakova. Representations of Holiness and the Sacred in Latvian Folklore


Migrancy and Diaspora

Andy Byford. Eurasia on the Move

Anne de Tinguy. Post-Soviet States and their Migrations in Reflection

Siobhan Peeling. Displacement, Deviance and Civic Identity: Migrants into Leningrad at the End of the Second World War

Amandine Regamey. Representations of Migrants and the Politics of Migration in Russia

Forum for Anthropology and Culture. 2009. No. 5

Mikhail Sokolov. The End of Russian Radical Nationalism?


Soviet Culture in Retrospect

Konstantin Bogdanov. The Rhetoric of the Ritual: The Soviet Sociolect in Ethnolinguistic Perspective

Albert Baiburin, Alexandra Piir. When We Were Happy: Remembering Soviet Festivals

Catriona Kelly, Svetlana Sirotinina. 'I Didn't Understand, But It Was Funny': Late Soviet Festivals and their Impact on Children

Vitaly Bezrogov. Between Stalin and Christ


Rural Culture, Urban Culture

Mikhail Lurye. Sadistic Verse as a Genre of Russian Urban Folklore: Typical and Specific Features, Child and Adult Audiences

Olga Brednikova, Olga Tkach. 'The Dirty Countryside' and ‘The Littered City' (Everyday Practices of Dealing with Rubbish in Different Communities)

Aleksandr Manuylov. The Practices of 'Privacy' in the Russian Village

Forum for Anthropology and Culture. 2007. No. 4

Jane Zavisca. Ethics in Ethnographical Fieldwork


Generations in Europe

Catriona Kelly, Stephen Lovell. Papers from 'Generations in Europe' (Oxford, April 2005)

Ilia Utekhin. Memories of Leningrad's Blockade: Testimonies from Two Generations

Alexandra Piir. What is a Courtyard For? Generations and the Use of Space in Backyard Leningrad

Alessandro Portelli. Generations in Genoa. July 2001

Hilary Pilkington. 'The More They Talk about It, the More You Feel Like Doing It'. Reflections on the Discursive Production of Generational Experiences

Forum for Anthropology and Culture. 2006. No. 3

Igor Pozdniakov, Konstantin Pozdniakov. Rapanui Writing and the Rapanui Language: Preliminary Results of a Statistical Analysis

Stephen Lovell. Leisure in Russia: 'Free' Time and Its Users

Maksim Pulkin. Primary Education for 'Inorodtsy' in Northern Russia during the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

Tatyana Valodzina. 'Unchristened Flesh': The Woman's Breast and Breastfeeding in Traditional Slavic Culture, with Especial Reference to Belorussian

Dmitry Baranov. V. N. Tenishev's 'Peasant' Programme: Ideology and Practice

Forum for Anthropology and Culture. 2005. No. 2

Yuri Berezkin. 'The Black Dog at the River of Tears': Some Amerindian Representations of the Passage to the Land of the Dead and their Eurasian Roots

Dmitry Baranov. On Objects and Their Images: Some Principles of Semanticisation in Russian Riddles and Rituals

Sevir Chernetsov. Ethiopian Magic Texts

Nikolai Vakhtin. On Certain Peculiarities in the Act of Communication


Conference Proceedings
Readings in Honour of D. K. Zelenin, St Petersburg, November 2004 (Part 2)

Aleksandr Lyarsky. 'School Superstitions' at the Turn of the Twentieth Century: The Perspective of Adults

Elena Lyarskaya. Female Taboos and the Nenets System of Concepts of the Unclean

Izaly Zemtsovsky. Genre-Performance 'Doubles' in Russian Epic Tradition


The Dangers of the Known World: Russian Popular Culture from 1800

Catriona Kelly. Introductory Comments

Albert Baiburin. Concepts of the Word in Russian Traditional Culture

Steve Smith. Heavenly Letters and Tales of the Forest: 'Superstition' against Bolshevism

Daniel Beer. Response to Steve Smith, 'Heavenly Letters and Tales of the Forest'

Faith Wigzell. Reading the Map of Heaven and Hell in Russian Popular Orthodoxy: Examining the Usefulness of the Concepts of Dvoeverie and Binary Oppositions

Stephen Lovell. Response to Faith Wigzell, 'Reading the Map of Heaven and Hell in Russian Popular Orthodoxy'

Caroline Humphrey. Dangerous Words: Taboos, Evasions, and Silence in Soviet Russia

Polly Jones. Commentary on 'Language and Fear' (Caroline Humphrey)

Forum for Anthropology and Culture. 2004. No. 1

Catriona Kelly. "The School Waltz": The Everyday Life of the Post-Stalinist Soviet Classroom

Svetlana Adonyeva. The Pragmatics of the Chastushka: A Socio-Linguistic Study

Pavel Rykin. The Social Group and its Designation in Middle Mongolian: the Concepts Irgen and Oboq


Conference Proceedings
Readings in Honour of D. K. Zelenin, St Petersburg, November 2004 (Part 1)

Kirill Chistov. D. K. Zelenin's Compendium Russian (East Slavonic) Ethnography: The German and Russian Editions

Olga Belova. 'We Lived Side by Side': Ethno-Cultural Stereotypes and Living Tradition

Mariya Akhmetova. 'The Yellow Peril' as Seen in Contemporary Church Culture

Ekaterina Melnikova. Eschatological Expectations at the Turn of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: The End of the World is [Not] Nigh?

Margarita Zhuikova. The Origin of the Expression tuda i doroga! and Slav Folk Beliefs about Two Ways of Dying

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