Etnograficheskoe Obozrenie

Etnograficheskoe Obozrenie

 

(Ethnographic Survey), the first Russian ethnographic journal. It was published quarterly in Moscow by the ethnographic division of the Society of Lovers of Natural Science, Anthropology and Ethnology from 1889 to 1916.

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"O kollektivnoi pamiati rossiiskikh evreev na rubezhe vekov (predvaritel'nye nabliudenia)." Etnograficheskoe Obozrenie 6 (2009): 20-29.
Etnograficheskoe obozrenie [Ethnographic Review]1, 1993, 52-70; 2, 57-74; Yu.
Grinev, "'Kolonial'nyi politarizm' v Novom Svete" ["Colonial Politarism" in the New World], Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 4, 1996, 52-64; A.
Papazian, "Armianskie bosha (tsygane)," Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 49, 2 (1901): 93-158; K.
See Etnograficheskoe obozrenie and Zhivaya arktika for commentary on the successive drafts of this law.
"Self-determination and Self-government of Aboriginal Peoples." Etnograficheskoe Obozrenie 2 (2001): 17-30.
Frederick Starr (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 1987), 77-104; Grinev, "Tuzemtsy Aliaski, russkie promyshlenniki i Rossiisko-Amerikanskaia kompaniia: Sistema ekonomicheskikh omoshenii," Etnograficheskoe obozrenie, no.
In a programmatic article on the tasks of ethnography appearing in the first issue of Etnograficheskoe obozrenie, Anuchin stayed within the traditional framework of Russian ethnography, arguing for the need to assemble and systematize all the available material about individual peoples into comprehensive ethnographic monographs.
In addition to completing the series of lectures that made up his four-volume posthumously published textbook, he wrote two monographs on dwellings among the Finnish peoples and Turkic and Mongol nomads of the Russian empire, at least a dozen substantive articles on a variety of ethnographic and historical topics, several extended review essays, and as many as 140 short book reviews for Etnograficheskoe obozrenie. (50) In 1896, he began teaching on a voluntary basis without compensation, first at Moscow University and then, starting in 1898, at the Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages21 In addition to his writing and teaching, Kharuzin continued his fieldwork, traveling during the summer months to Crimea, western Siberia, the Altai, and various other destinations.
In 1898, however, Kharuzin published (again in Etnograficheskoe obozrenie) a study of the cult of the bear among the Ostiaks and Voguls (Khanty and Mansi) of western Siberia, in which he applied to the fullest extent in his writings the methods and assumptions of evolutionist theory.
Bobrovnikov, "Sud po adatu v dorevoliutsionnom Dagestane (1860-1917)," Etnograficheskoe obozrenie, no.
and Russian Anthropology: Unequal Dialogue in a Time of Transition," Current Anthropology 39, 1 (1998): 1-18; Alexei Elfimov, "The State of the Discipline in Russia: Interviews with Russian Anthropologists," American Anthropologist 99, 4 (1997): 775-85; Elfimov, ed., "Ditsiplina i obshchestvo: Natsional'nye traditsii," special issue of Etnograficheskoe obozrenie, no.