«PEOPLES OF THE NORTH-EAST OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION: CHOICE OF A NEW ADAPTIVE STRATEGY IN THE CONDITIONS OF GLOBALIZATION. SOCIO-ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACH (VIEW OF YAKUTSK AND BRITISH RESEARCHERS)"
Scott Polar Research Institute University of Cambridge
2013-2015, 2017-2019, (2018-2020)
The main goals and objectives of the program (project): Comprehensive interdisciplinary study of the culture of the peoples of the Russian Federation North-East on the example of Sakha, Evens, Evenks, Yukaghirs, Chukchi and Dolgans, identifying the features of their historical experience of adaptation to the extreme conditions of the natural environment of the North, transformation in conditions of deepening processes of globalization of society
Main results (if available): Publication of 110 scientific articles in high-rated scientific journals Scopus, WoS, of which 80 articles were registered, publication of 2 monographs "Life without the Dead" Piers Vitebsk, "The Origin of the Sakha People" A.I. Gogolev. 20 joint scientific field expeditions in the Russian Federation North-East with the involvement of students, graduate students of NEFU, internships and training of students and graduate students of NEFU, incl. in doctoral studies at the Cambridge University. Joint scientific seminars, lecturing, assistance in writing scientific articles in English. Conducting and participating in international scientific conferences in Finland, Great Britain, Bulgaria. Raising the international ranking of the university.