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Book
An Anthropogenic Table of Elements: Experiments in the Fundamental
In press

Cherkaev X., Paxson H., Helmreich S.

Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2022.

Article
Establishing Eye Contact with One Historical Photograph

Chunikhin K.

Technology and Culture. 2022. Vol. 63. No. 3. P. 599-602.

Book chapter
The Left Opposition and the practices of parliamentarianism within the Bolshevik Party, 1923–1924

Reznik A.

In bk.: Parties as Governments in Eurasia, 1913–1991. L.: Routledge, 2022. Ch. 3. P. 85-106.

Working paper
Language and Cultural Contacts in the Russian-Nordic Borderlands: Change and Continuity

Vlakhov A., Deresh A., Mironova E. et al.

Linguistics. WP BRP. НИУ ВШЭ, 2021. No. 108.

The Article by Associate Professor I.V. Sablin and Student A. Korobeynikov"Buryat-Mongol and Alash autonomous movements before the Soviets, 1905-1917"

On June 15, 2016 an article by Associate Professor I.V. Sablin and third-year student A. Korobeynikov "Buryat-Mongol and Alash autonomous movements before the Soviets, 1905-1917" was published in AlterNative: An International Journal of Indigenous Peoples.

Employing a comparative perspective, this article traces the development and implementation of two autonomous projects in Asian Russia. The Buryat- Mongol and Kazakh (Alash) Indigenous intellectuals synthesized local ideas and the globally circulating notions of national self- determination, enlightenment and democracy when articulating political unity of Indigenous peoples in national terms. By advocating their broader representation in existing and envisioned power structures they fought against discrimination and protected native languages and other forms of cultural expression from assimilation. This article shows that these Indigenous intellectuals were not silent recipients of the policies coming from the imperial and post- imperial centers but actively engaged in designing and ensuring the future of their communities.

You can find more information about the article on the official website.