Tomsk State University
Department of History

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Research papersnumber of papers: 35

Cooperation between the Interregional Association “Siberian Agreement” and Russian Federal Assembly Chambers in the 1990s.

This article presents an analysis of the factors that contributed to the establishment and development of interregional cooperation mechanisms of “Siberian Agreement” Association with the chambers of the Russian parliament. The basic principles and forms of cooperation have been identified, the list of issues discussed and effectiveness assessment have been examined.

The regional identity of the siberian community: major formation factors and reconstruction problems

The article considers conditions, factors and mechanisms of regional Siberian identity formation in the historical past and in the modern conditions of poliethnic and multiconfessional Russia. The Siberian identity is presented by hierarchy of identities: regional and territorial (territories and areas), national and territorial (autonomous republics and areas), ethnic, religious and professional ones. The level of the Siberian identity is proportional to the level of resource, technological, historical and cultural self-sufficiency of the Siberian society. Today the Siberian identity is realized mainly at the level of separate territories and national and territorial formations as well. At the same time, the strengthening of the confessional and ethnocultural identity role, expressed in the growth of the number of religious, national and cultural associations and autonomies, became a new phenomenon.

Rescued Epics

Book review: Kádár, László & Katū, Balčigīn. Аврагдсан туульс. Rescued Epics. Three Heroic Epics from the Repertoire of the Bayit Bard Uwxin Bat.

Tänapäeva olonhood: eepiliste tekstide säilitamise ja avaldamise problemaatikast

Book review: Д.А. Үчүгэй Үөдьүгүйээн, Куһаҕан Ходьугур = Ючюгэй Юдюгюйэн, Кусаган Ходжугур.

Everyday Life of I.A. Malinovsky in Tomsk (1898-1913)

The article presents the study of everyday life of Professor of the Law Department at Tomsk Imperial University I.A. Malinovsky in Tomsk in the late 19th – early 20th century, based on private sources and periodic publications. Such aspects of Maliovsky's everyday life as personal connections, family relations, lifestyle, leisure, etc. have been reconstructed.

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