Volga Farmers and Arctic Herders: Common (post)Socialist experiences in rural Russia

Gray, Patty A. (2003) Volga Farmers and Arctic Herders: Common (post)Socialist experiences in rural Russia. In: The Postsocialist Agrarian Question: Property Relations and the Rural Condition. Halle Studies in the Anthropology of Eurasia, 1 . Lit Verlag, pp. 293-320. ISBN 3-8258-6532-0

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When discussing privatisation and farm reorganisation in rural Russia, a divide tends to be drawn between the temperate agricultural zones of southern and European Russia versus the tundra and taiga zones of Siberia (in the centre of the Russian Federation) and the Far North (at the eastern end of the Russian Federation). The former is often taken to represent “Russia” in its essence, while the latter tends to be exoticised as something distant and more akin to the rest of the circumpolar Arctic than to Russia.

Item Type: Book Section
Keywords: Rural; Russia; Agrarian; Agricultural; Agriculture; Peasant; Farming; Indigenous; Reindeer; Property; Republic of Marii El.
Academic Unit: Faculty of Social Sciences > Anthropology
Item ID: 1245
Depositing User: Dr. Patty A. Gray
Date Deposited: 10 Feb 2009 15:08
Publisher: Lit Verlag
Refereed: No

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