Red Ties and Residential Schools

"This thoughtful study should interest anyone concerned with social and political life at the periphery of today's Russian Federation."—Choice

Red Ties and Residential Schools
Indigenous Siberians in a Post-Soviet State

Alexia Bloch

2003 | 264 pages | Cloth $49.95
Anthropology | Education
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Table of Contents

List of Illustrations
Note on Transliteration and Translation
Preface
Introduction: Fieldwork, Socialism in Crisis, and Identities in the Making

1: Central Peripheries and Peripheral Centers: Evenki Crafting Identities over Time
2: A Siberian Town in the 1990s: Balancing Privatization and Collectivist Values
3: Red Ties and Residential School: Evenk Women's Narratives and Reconsidering Resistance
4: Young Women Between the Market and the Collective
5: Inside the Residential School: Cultural Revitalization and the Leninist Program
6: Taiga Kids, Incubator Kids, and Intellectuals
7: Representing Culture: Museums, Material Culture, and Doing the Lambada
8: Revitalizing the Collective in a Market Era

Notes
Bibliography