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Record #167241:

Red ties and residential schools: indigenous Siberians in a post-Soviet state / Alexia Bloch.

Title: Red ties and residential schools: indigenous Siberians in a post-Soviet state / Alexia Bloch.
Author(s): Bloch, Alexia.
Date: 2003.
Publisher: Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press
Abstract: Discusses role of residential schooling in identity politics in contemporary Russia based on experiences of Evenki community. Explores how Evenki intellectuals are endowing residential schools with new symbolic power and transforming them into locus for political mobilisation. Focuses on experiences of Evenki women collected through interviews.
Keywords: 323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities: Evenki.
37 -- Education.
376.74 -- Education, native peoples.
37.018.32 -- Boarding schools.
323 -- Politics, internal.
3-055.2 -- Women.
3-053.2 -- Children and infants.
396 -- Women and society.
93 -- History.
J -- Social sciences.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*531.42) -- Evenkiyskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*50) : 376.74
ISBN: 0812237595
SPRI record no.: 167241

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