An extensive list of published materials on other Siberian cultures and general issues of native peoples in Russia are on a separate page.
Linguistic materials are listed in a separate bibliography.
Archeology of North-East Asia is mostly in Russian, but there are some things in English.
Russian-language sources are on a separate page.
1997 Politics and Economics in the Russian Far East: Changing Ties with Asia-Pacific. Routledge.
1909 Photographs of the Kamchatka Region, Siberia [32 photographic prints, b/w, 9 x 14 cm], Bancroft Special Collections at University of California Berkeley. [BANC PIC 1905.00643a-.00650 and 1905.00660-.00682].
1990 "A Week with Soviet Eskimo Singers and Dancers." Canadian Folk Music Bulletin. 25(1) pp 25-26.
1790 Memoirs and travels of Mauritius Augustus, Count de Benyowsky,
consisting of his military operations in Poland, his exile into Kamchatka, his
escape and voyage from that peninsula through the northern Pacific Ocean, touching
at Japan and Formosa, to Canton in China, with an account of the French settlement
he was appointed to form upon the island of Madagascar. Written by himself.
Translated from the original manuscript by William Nicholson.Dublin: Wogan.
1893 The memoirs and travels of Mauritius Augustus, count de Benyowsky, in Siberia, Kamchatka, Japan, the Liukiu islands and Formosa; from the translation of his original manuscript. London: T. F. Unwin
1927 Through Kamchatka by Dogsled and Skis: A Vivid Description of Adventurous Journeys Amongst the Interesting and Almost Unknown Peoples of the Most Inaccessible Parts of this Remote Siberian Peninsula. London: Seeley, Service, & Co.
1904-09 The Chukchee. Parts I, II, III. Memoirs of the American
Museum of Natural History Vol. XI. The Jesup North Pacific Expedition, F. Boas,
ed. Leiden: E. J. Brill.
1925 Ideas of Space and Time in the Conception of Primitive Religion. Americxan Anthropologist. N.S. 27(2): 205-66.
1904-09 The Chukchee. Parts I, II, III. Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History Vol. XI. Leiden: E. J. Brill.
1856 Über die Koräken und die ihnen sher nahe verwandten Tschuktschen (Mélanges Russes tirés de Bulletin Historico-Philologique de lAcadémie impériale des Sciences de St. Pétersbourg, Tome III, Ire Livraison) .
1993 Anthropology of the North Pacific Rim. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian.
1988 Crossroads of the Continents. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian.
1973 Circumpolar Peoples: An Anthropological Perspective (Pacific Palisades, Ca.: Goodyear Publishing).
2002 Is Trade Traditional? Theorizing Economic Histories and Futures in the New Kamchatka.In People and the Land: Pathways to Reform in post-Soviet Siberia, edited by E. Kasten. Pp. 209-28. Berlin: Karl Reimer Verlag.
1994 Circumpolar Relgion and Ecology: An Anthropology of the North. Tokoyo: University of Tokoyo Press. (GN 673.C57)
1908 The Koryak. American Museum of Natual History Memoirs. Vol. X, Parts I and II. The Jesup North Pacific Expedition, F. Boas, ed. Leiden: E. J. Brill. (QH1.A43R, Sci Lib)
1920 "The Semi-subterranean Houses of the Koryak of Northeastern Siberia." In A. L. Kroeber and T. T. Waterman, Source Book in Anthropology. Berkeley, Ca. pp 278-285. [Also in University of California, Berkeley. Department of Anthropology: Selected Readings in Anthropology. Syllabus Series, No. 101, Berkeley 1919. pp 108-119.]
1910 Tent Life in Siberia and Adventures among the Korak and Other tribes in Kamchatka and Northern Asia. New York: Putnam. Revised and enlarged, New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, .
1999 Soul Suckers: Vampiric Shamans in Northern Kamchatka, Russia. Anthropology of Consciousness. 10(4):74-85. PDF image file of this article.
2002a Reindeer Herders' Culturescapes in the Koryak Autonomous Okrug. In People and the Land: Pathways to Reform in post-Soviet Siberia, edited by E. Kasten. Pp. 57- 73. Berlin: Karl Reimer Verlag. PDF image file of this article.
2002b "Without Deer There Is No Culture, Nothing." Anthropology and Humanism. 27(2):133-164. 4.2Mb PDF of this article.
2003 Social Security in Kamchatka: Rural and Urban Comparisons. In The Postsocialist Agrarian Question. Chris Hann, editor. Münster: Litt-Verlag. Pp. 391-418.
2004 Authenticity and Real Cultural Properties in the Russian Far East. In Erich Kasten, editor. Properties of Culture – Culture as Property: Pathways to Reform in Post-Soviet Siberia. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag. Pp. 51-65.
2004 Raven Tales from Kamchatka. In Brian Swann, editor, Voices from the Four Directions. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Pp. 3-24.
2002 When the Fat Raven Sings: Mimesis and Environmental Alterity in Kamchatka's Environmentalist Age. In People and the Land: Pathways to Reform in post-Soviet Siberia, edited by E. Kasten. Pp. 39-56. Berlin: Karl Reimer Verlag.
1972 Explorations of Kamchatka: North Pacific Scimitar. E.A.P. Crownhart-Vaughn, trans.
1790 Travels in Kamtschatka, during the years 1787 and 1788. Translated from the French. London : J. Johnson.
1964 The Peoples of Siberia. Dunn S., trans. ed. Chicago: University
of Chicago Press. (DK758.A4813)
Good general introduction to all of the ethnographic groups of Siberia and the Far East, it presents a consistent Marxist-Leninist picture.
1970 Structural Analysis of a Koryak Incest Myth. Arctic Anthropology.
1972 Koryak Religion and Society: An Anthropological Analysis. Arctic Anthropology. 9(2): 24-31.
1999 Mannequins and Spirits: Representation and Resistance of Siberian
Shamans. Anthropology of Consciousness 10(4).
1997 Drawing Shadows to Stone. With Barbara Mathe. In Kendall, Laurel, Barbara Mathe, and Thomas Ross Miller, Drawing Shadows to Stone: The Photography of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, 1897-1902: 19-102. New York, Seattle and London: American Museum of Natural History and University of Washington Press. http://www.artandwords.com/shadows.html
1810 A consice account of the character, manners, and customs of the inhabitants of Japan, Kamtschatka, Cochin China, Siam, Pegu, Pelew Islands, and New Holland [microform] : in which the remarkable curiosities of those nations are particularly noticed by J. Goldsmith. Philadelphia : Johnson and Warner.[Microopaque. New York, N.Y. : Readex Microprint, courtesy of American Antiquarian Society, 1976.]
2001 Tundra Passages: History and Gender in the Russian Far East.
University Park, PA: Pennsylvania
State Univeristy Press.
2001 Indigenous Autonomy and its Problems: A Vision from the Russian Far East. St. Thomas Law Review 14.
2000 Skins of Desire: Poetry and Identity in Koriak Women's Gift Exchange. American Ethnologist.
2000 A Hopeless Case?: The Politics of Gender in the Russian Far East. Anthropologica.
1999 Deadly Dis-Ease: Medical Knowledge and Healing in Northern Kamchatka, Russia. Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 23: 197-217.
1998 In the Time of the Lizard: Colonialism, History, and Cultural Autonomy in the Russian Far East. The Anthropology of East-Europe Review 16: 70-81.
1997 Chto Delat'?: Ethnography in the Post-Soviet Context. American Anthropologist 99 (4): 770-775.
1994 "Competing for Resources: First Nation Rights and Economic
Development in the Russian Far East." In Who Pays the Price? The Sociocultural
Context of Environmental Crisis., B. Johnston, ed. (Island Press) pp 99-109.
1991 "Theory, Policy, and the Narody Severa." Anthropological Quarterly 64(2): 68-79.
1990 The Political Economy of Ethnic Discourse in the Soviet Union. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Massechusets.
1989 "Spouse Exchange in Northeastern Siberia: On Kinship and Sexual Relations and Their Transformations," In: Kinship, Social Change and Evolution. Proceedings of a Symposium held in Honour of Walter Dostal. A. Gingrich, S. Haas, S. Haas, G. Paleczek, Eds. Vienna Contributions to Ethnology and Anthropology 5: 17-38.
1774 Beschreibung von dem Lande Kamtschatka. Frankfurt und Leipzig.
1983 "Protective Hide Body Armor of the Historic Chukchi and Siberian Eskimos." Etudes Inuit Studies. 7 (2) pp 3-24.
1976 "The study of shamanism among the peoples of Siberia and the North. In Realm of the extra-human: agents and audiences. A Bharati, editor. pp 261-273.
1930 "Contributions to the Anthropology of North-east Asiatic Tribes." International Congress of Americanists, 1928, 23rd, New York. Proceedings. pp 881-892.
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