The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice, 19 – 25 May 2007, Irkutsk, Siberia
Байкальский Археологический Проект SSHRC - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Arts & Humanities Research Council European Science Foundation BOREAS Histories from the North - environments, movements, narratives A EUROCORES programme EUROPEAN COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH

The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia:
theory, methodology and practice of research

19 – 25 May 2007, Irkutsk, Siberia

Download the CONFERENCE PROGRAMME of the International Scientific Conference on the Ethnohistory and Archeology of Northern Eurasia: theory, methodology and practice of research. English (pdf).

IRKUTSK STATE TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY
SSHRC BAIKAL ARCHAEOLOGY PROJECT
ESF EUROCORES BOREAS PROGRAMME
AHRC ARCHIVAL & LIVING TRANSCRIPTS PROJECT


Location of the conference – Irkutsk, Irkutsk State Technical University (ISTU)

Conference organizers:
Artur V. Kharinskii (Irkutsk State Technical University, Russia)
Hugh G Mckenzie (University of Sheffield, UK)
David G. Anderson (University of Aberdeen, UK)

The organizers of the conference would like to thank the Irkutsk State Technical University for providing the venue for the conference proceedings and for organizing the programme and all of the sessions.

We would also like to thank the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada – Baikal Archaeology Project (SSHRC MCRI) for sponsoring the travel of several keynote speakers, the presenters associated with the BAP, and for a $10,000 CAD grant towards the publication of this programme and the conference proceedings.

We would like to especially thank the ESF EUROCORES BOREAS project for a €10000 grant towards the travel of 5 keynote speakers and for sponsoring a special section on the ethnodemography of indigenous peoples.

We are also grateful to the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK) Archival and Living Transcripts Project for supporting the travel of one keynote speaker and for organizing two panels on ethnohistory in Siberia.

Download Conference Review galley proof from Anthropology Today here.