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11.01.15 Panel on oral history at XI Congress of anthropologists and ethnologists of Russia

The XI Congress of Russia’s anthropologists and ethnologists will take place in July 2015 in the city of Yekaterinburg and will include a panel titled ‘Oral history as a method and source of ethnographic research and socio-cultural anthropology’.

10.01.15 International conference ‘Field research in the area of the Irtysh and Upper Ob Rivers and Altai’

10th International research conference titled, ‘Field research in the area of the Irtysh and Upper Ob Rivers and Altai (archaeology, ethnography, and oral history). 2014’, organized by the Laboratory of Local History at the Altai State Pedagogical Academy and Research and Practice-Oriented Centre for Archeological and Ethnographical Research at the Pavlodar State Pedagogical Institute, will be held in April 2015 in the city of Barnaul.

30.12.14 A new issue of the Siberian Historical Research journal released

‘Siberian Historical Research’ next issue has been published. Research presented therein deals with issues in the history of Russia which are studied largely based on regional materials.

28.12.14 Tomsk State University Laureate Awards 2014 conferred

By TSU Rector’s order dated December 4, 2014, and in accordance with TSU Academic Board decision, LSAR Leading Research Fellow and Professor at the Department of World Politics Larisa V. Deriglazova and LSAR Senior Research Fellow, Associate Professor at the Department of Russian History Vyacheslav V. Shevtsov have been honoured with the TSU Laureate Award for excellence in science, education, literature and arts.

30.11.14 To the memory of Eleonora L. Lvova

On November 27, 2014, Eleonora L. Lvova has passed away. Professor Lvova will be remembered as the Teacher, Interlocutor, Mentor, and Inspirer of the LSAR team. It was her idea to create and develop a centre of social anthropology in Tomsk that has become embodied in the present project ‘Man in a Changing World’. Eleonora Lvovna had a unique and rare ability to see the very essence of things, be it simple everyday things or global complex issues. Her seminars inspired students, conversations with her enriched colleagues, her voice as a public activist made even high-ranking officials listen. Now that Eleonora Lvovna has gone, the project of her life and the memory of her will go on in the hearts of her loved ones, her colleagues, and numerous students.

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