A Bundle of Disparate Interests: Research Fields and Sub-Disciplines in the Present-Day Russian Anthropology

Sergei V. Sokolovskiy


The article presents an overview of the current state of various anthropologicalsub-disciplines and specializations within Russian anthropology. The co-citation analysis documents the existence of three largest categories of researchers that constitute the core of this national tradition of anthropological research: political anthropologists, ethno-folklorists, and regionalists, with further fragmentation
into special interest schools teams and research domains, including
such specializations as urban, linguistic, legal, medical, economic, and visualanthropologies, anthropology of religion, sport, technology, professions, etc. Eachof these domains is briefly characterized in terms of their chronology, existing centres and journals, other publication activities, and leading authors.

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