1. “CHILDREN OF THE 90s” IN MODERN RUSSIAN ARCTIC. Nikolai Vakhtin and Stephan Dudeck, eds. EUSP Press. 2020. IN RUSSIAN. See.:

2. Kirill Istomin, Mark J. Dwyer. Reindeer herders’ thinking: A comparative research of relations between economy, cognition and way of life. Verlag Der Kulturstiftung Sibirien. 2021.

3. Sibirica: Interdisciplinary Journal of Siberian Studies. 2017. Vol. 3. No 3: Special Issue: Mobility and Infrastructure.

In this issue:

  • Nikolai Vakhtin. Introduction: Mobility and Infrastructure in the Russian Arctic: Das Sein bestimmt das Bewusstsein? [Pp. 1–13] (PDF)
  • Ksenia Gavrilova. Temporal Dimension of Attitudes toward Infrastructure and Opportunities for Relocation from the Northern Town: The Case of Kamchatka Krai [Pp. 35–56] (PDF)
  • Alla Bolotova, Anastassia Karaseva and Valeria Vasilyeva. Mobility and Sense of Place among Youth in the Russian Arctic [Pp. 77–124] (PDF)
  • Elena Liarskaya. “Where Do You Get Fish?”: Practices of Individual Supplies in Yamal as an Indicator of Social Processes [Pp. 125–149] (PDF)
  • Vladimir Davydov (Kunstkamera) Pragmatic Use of Infrastructure and Reflexive Mobility of Evenki and Dolgan Hunters, Reindeer Herders, and Fishers [Pp. 14–34]
  • Nadezhda Zamiatina (Moscow State University). Migration Destination Choice as a Criterion of Self-Identification The Case of Young People Leaving Norilsk and Dudinka [Pp. 57–76]

For complete lists of publications, see individual pages of CASS researcher.