Issue 2

 

FEELINGS AND EMOTIONAL STATES

 

Martynova E. P. What are People in the North Astonished at?

7-11

Rakhmanova L. Ya. Intimate Spaces for Body and Soul in the Village: Awkwardness, Embarrassment and Shame as a Part of the Participant Observation

12–19

Volzhanina E. A. Emotional Experiences as a Result of Adaptation of Participants’ of the Yamal Northern Territorial Registration Expedition to the Extreme Work Conditions

20–30

Sirina A. A. What is behind the Emotions: Industrial Projects and Public Hearings in the Eastern Siberia

31–38

Kustova J. G. Feelings and Emotions in Khakassian Family

39–45

Grachev I. A. Grief and Sorrow in the Funeral Ceremony of the Khakass People

46–51

Stepanova O. B. Emotions in Selkup Folklore

52–58

Liskevich N. A. Emotions in the Historical Narratives of the Ialutorovsk Komi

59–65

Kliueva V. P. Leave Not Stay: Extreme Emotions of Non-Indigenous Northerners

66–73

Pivneva E. A. “What Haven’t We Been Through”: Some Aspects of the Ethnic Identity of the Aboriginal Peoples of Siberia

74–80
     
 

HUMAN, ANIMAL, LANDSCAPE

 

Davydov V. N. Emotions in Human-Animal and Landscape Relations: the Research of Coral Works in Taimyr

81–87

Goncharov N. S. Animals in the Narratives of the Population of Zhigansk Village in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

88–96

Pavlinskaya L. R. Landscape Features in the Epics and Ritual Texts of the Turks of Siberia(Late 19th — Early 20th Centuries)

97–103

Lyubimova G. V. Emotions Evoked by Snow (Perceptions of Snow and Snow-Related Practices in the Traditional Culture of Siberian Russians)

104–110
     
 

IMAGES AND IDEAS

 

Kisser T. S. Ethnographic Aspects of J. G. Georgi’s Travels in Siberia

111–118

Vaté V., Davydova E. A. Food, Emotions and Social Relations among the Amguema Chukchi

119–126

Moskalenko N. P. Smell is the Key Perception of the World in the Tuvinian Culture

127–134

Tselishcheva V. G. The Reformatting and Framing of the Social Past

135–142

Kaduk E. V. Perception Peculiarities of Contemporary Debt Trade and Charity Practices in the Anabar Ulus (District) of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)

143–152

Kisel V. A. The Image of Kaigal in Tuvan Culture (Emotional Perception and Political Situation)

153–161

Ryndina O. M. Image of Siberia in Group Experiences of Russian Germans

162–168

Golubkova O. V. Ethnopsychological Aspects of the Perception of “Stranger” Spirits in The Folk Beliefs of Russians and Komi in Western Siberia

169–175
     
 

VISUALIZATION OF EMOTIONS

 

Missonova L. I. Visual Art as a Source for Reconstructing Trade and Exchange Relationsof the Peoples of the Far East (Eighteenth–Twenty First Centries)

176–183

Perevalova E. V. Ethnicity in Cinema: Nenets, Khanty and Mansi on the Screen

184–192

Terekhina A. N., Volkovitskiy A. I. “V Tundre Eto Ne Terpit”: Notes on the Yamal Nenets Representations of their Culture

193–200

Panáková J. Dealing With Grief Through Photography (Providensky District, Chukotka)

201–208
     
 

HISTORY OF COLLECTIONS

 

Shrader T. A., Sutiagina L. E. Review of the Scandinavian Collections in the Storages of MAE RAS

209–215

Merenkova O. N. A Collection Description by L. A. Mervart as an Example of Museum Document

216–223
     
 

PERSONA

 

Bereznitsky S. V. Taboo Persons in the Communities of Manchu-Tungus and Nivkhs of the Amur-Sakhalin Region

226–235