• Publications
  • Influence
Identity, Culture, Land, and Language: Stories of Insurgent Planning in the Republic of Buryatia, Russia
Indigenous peoples have been struggling to maintain or regain rights to land, identity, and culture in the face of colonialism. In Russia, government policies have pushed European Russian/Soviet
Governing Post-Imperial Siberia and Mongolia, 1911–1924: Buddhism, Socialism, and Nationalism in State and Autonomy Building. By Ivan Sablin. New York: Routledge, 2016. xii, 233 pp. Notes. Index.
Soviet developments in Siberia; and the growing attention paid by German officials, national activists, and the press to the situation of ethnic German populations in the Soviet Union” (172–73). This
The Socialist Way of Life in Siberia: Transformation in Buryatia
Notes on Transliteration and Translation Acknowledgements Introduction: Modernization and Soviet Success Institutions and the Culture of Progress Buryat Exceptionalism and Advancement Outline of
Modernization, Nation-Building, and Television History
Introduction Stewart Anderson and Melissa Chakars 1. The Opening Ceremonies of Television in Mexico, Brazil, Cuba, and Argentina Mirta Varela 2. Modernity as "Urbanity" in Early Public Service
Free Time Is Not Meant to Be Wasted: Educational, Political, and Taboo Leisure Activities among the Soviet Buryats of Eastern Siberia
Abstract This article details how an increasingly educated and urban Buryat population became both the creators and consumers of new leisure activities in the late Soviet period. It argues that