- Social Trauma and Specifics of Memory
- The Traumatic Experience of Ostarbeiters and Ways of Overcoming It in Soviet and Post-Soviet Memorial Culture
- The Memory of the Deportation of Kalmyks of “Generation 1.5”: Narrative Construction
- Valaam Memory Breaks: Valaam’s Memorial Community in Search of the Lost Island
- The “Medals not to be Proud of…”: Memory of the Caucasian War in
- Traumatic Memory and the Cossack Revival
Special Theme of the Issue:
Traumatic Memory: Between Grief over Losses and Radicalism
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)
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).
Dear Colleagues, we would like to inform you that the issue 5-2019 of the journal is now out. The special theme of the issue is: Antropologicheskie issledovaniia v Yugo-Vostochnoi Evrope [Anthropological Research in the South-East Europe] (guest editor M.Y. Martynova).