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About the journal

Etnograficheskoe obozrenie [Ethnographic Review] is one of the oldest Russian academic journals dedicated to the study of peoples and cultures of the world. The journal was founded in 1889 (published as Etnografia in 1926-30; and as Sovetskaia Etnografia in 1931-1991) and is an edition of the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, Russian Academy of Sciences. The journal is published by the Russian Academy of Sciences. Publication frequency: 6 issues per year. Indexed by Scopus, ERIH Plus, and Russian Science Citation Index. The journal’s page at the publisher’s website: 2018-2022 — Journals RAS; currently — Academic Journals.

Editor-in-Chief: Alexei Elfimov (Inst. of Ethnology & Anthropology, Moscow)

Associate Editor: Sergey Sokolovskiy (Inst. of Ethnology & Anthropology, Moscow)

Associate Editor: Elena Filippova (Inst. of Ethnology & Anthropology, Moscow)

Editorial Office Manager: Irina Kucherova (Inst. of Ethnology & Anthropology, Moscow)

News

Journal Ranking in Top 5% Russian Peer-Reviewed Journals

As per the current statistics and ranking provided by the Russian Science Citation Index, Etnograficheskoe Obozrenie has risen to the 4th position in the list of 222 Russian academic journals carrying publications in the broader field of historical research in the humanities and social sciences, and has come to rank in the top 5% of all peer-reviewed scholarly journals in Russia. (The full ranking list and information on metrics used is available at eLibrary: https://www.elibrary.ru/titles_compare.asp)

Dear Colleagues, we would like to inform you that the issue 6-2019 of the journal is now out. The special theme of the issue is: Antropologiia kosmosa: ot global’nogo k lokal’nomu [Anthropology of Space: From the Global to the Local] (guest editor D. Yu. Sivkov).

For authors

The journal carries articles and essays in anthropology (primarily sociocultural), ethnology, and ethnography, as well as reviews of important publications in these fields. The editorial board welcomes interdisciplinary materials, such as lying in the border zones of anthropology and history, ethnology and sociology, physical/biological anthropology, and others, but traditionally gives priority to those among them which contribute first of all to the fields of sociocultural anthropology and ethnology. Please visit the Submissions section for more information on the current areas of interest of the journal and general submission guidelines for Authors.