Vieša paskaita „Nafta ir žmonės: vietinių gyventojų ir naftos pramonės santykių tyrimas Sibire“

nafta sibire 01 01Maloniai kviečiame į antropologo dr. Stephan Dudeck (Rovaniemi Arctic Center, Finland) viešą paskaitą „Nafta ir žmonės: vietinių gyventojų ir naftos pramonės santykių tyrimas Sibire“ (Oil and the people: research into relationships of indigenous people and oil industry in Siberia). Paskaita vyks 2019 m. gegužės 9 d. 17–19 val. VU Filosofijos fakultete, 201 aud.

Paskaitos santrauka: Human life in the North relies on its resources crucially influencing social, cultural and even religious practices. The lecture will introduce to social research on subsurface resource extraction and its impact on local livelihoods in the Russian North with a focus on Western Siberia as a key region. It will introduce to research on the relationship of Arctic local inhabitants with the oil-and gas business. The lecture will focus on the negotiation processes linked with conflicting concepts of use and use rights of resources among different actors in the Western Siberian Oil-province. The lecturer will also discuss methodological questions of anthropological research with indigenous partners and report on more than 25 years of engagement with Khanty reindeer herders in Western Siberia.

Stephan Dudeck is a social anthropologist working at the Centre for Arctic Social Studies at the European University at St. Petersburg, the Arctic Centre of the University of Lapland in Rovaniemi, and the Centre of Arctic and Siberian Exploration, Sociological Institute of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology at the Russian Academy of Sciences. He got his doctoral degree from Leipzig University with a work on the persistence of Khanty indigenous culture in the Western Siberian Oil-province and used to work at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle/Saale in Germany. He conducted research in oral history of indigenous people in the Russian Arctic and on human relations with Arctic domestic animals. He is closely collaborating with Khanty people on the documentation of the intangible cultural heritage of the bear ceremony and is developing a research project on the conditions of non-heteronormative gender existences in Siberian communities.

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