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21.10.1970
stephan.dudeck@ulapland.fi

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.01.2019–31.10.2020   
European University at Saint Petersburg, Senior Specialist (0,50)
01.07.2018–31.12.2018   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Vanemteadur (1,00)
01.01.2018–30.06.2018   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Vanemteadur (0,50)
01.11.2017–31.12.2017   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Vanemteadur (1,00)
15.06.2016–31.10.2017   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Vanemteadur (0,50)
15.06.2016–14.06.2017   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Vanemteadur (0,50)
01.10.2015–31.12.2015   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Vanemteadur (100,00)
24.06.2013–31.08.2015   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Teadur (0,75)
07.01.2013–07.05.2013   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Teadur (1,00)
17.10.2011–30.04.2012   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Teadur (1,00)
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2018−...   
Member of coordination team of the working group "Gender in the Arctic" of the International Association of Arctic Social Sciences
2017−...   
Member of the “CAFÉ - Circumpolar Archives Folklore and Ethnographies” thematic network of the University of the Arctic
2016−...   
Member of the “Centre of Arctic and Siberian Exploration” at the Sociological Institute of the Federal Centre of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
2016−...   
Member of the “Centre for Arctic Social Studies” at the European University at Saint Petersburg
2015−...   
Collaborative research project with the Eastern Khanty: ‘What happened to “The Sons of Torum”?’ – Visual Anthropology of the Khanty Bear Feast a Generation Thereafter’ – documentation of a three day long religious ritual performance in Western Siberia
2014−...   
Member of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, EASA
2013−...   
Member of the international INGA (Indigenous Gender Asymmetries in the Arctic) research network
2011−...   
Member of the International Arctic Social Sciences Association, IASSA
2008−...   
Member of the German Anthropological Association (DGV), Regional Chapter “Circumpolar Regions and Siberia”
2019−2021   
“Visual Anthropology in the North” is a collaborative project between The Arctic University of Norway (UIT) and the European University in Saint Petersburg (EUSPb). The project’s objective is to develop teaching modules building up to joint courses in the field of visual anthropology. The proposed project builds on already established collaborative agreements between the Department of Anthropology at EUSPb and Visual Anthropology in Tromsø, and the existing collaboration within the ”Gender in the Arctic” network. These participants combine considerable expertise in northern studies with extensive knowledge and practical skills in visual anthropology. The project team also includes third-party specialists who will contribute their own distinctive competencies and resources.
2016−2018   
Member of the research project Arctic Ark (Human-animal adaptations to the Arctic environment: natural and folk selection practices), financed by the Academy of Finland
2016−2016   
Organising the workshop “Gender Asymmetry in Northern Communities (Perspectives from the Margins)” 25-28 January 2016, Lychen, Germany, financed by the International Arctic Science Committee
2016−2016   
Member of the organising committee of the International Siberian Studies Conference held on 24-26 October 2016 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia “Passion for Life: Emotions, Feelings and Perception in the North and Siberia”
2015−2015   
Organising the conference panel “Moving memories: Oral histories about people’s movements across social, temporal, spatial and ideological borders” at the conference of The Society for the Study of Ethnic Relations and International Migration (ETMU), 22-23.10.2015, Rovaniemi, Finland
2014−2014   
Production of a multimedia DVD “Nomadic Memories” as an outreach product of the ORHELIA project
2013−2017   
Member of the international POLARIS Project (Cultural and Natural Heritage in Arctic and Sub-Antarctic Regions for a Cross-Cultural and Sustainable Valorisation Process and Tourism Development: Siberia, Lapland and Patagonia) financed by the FP7-Marie Curie Actions-People-International Research Staff Exchange Scheme
2011−2015   
Member of the ORHELIA (Oral History of Empires by Elders in the Arctic) research project in collaboration with indigenous communities in Finland and Russia, financed by the Academy of Finland
2008−2010   
Research financed by the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany within the program: "Conditions and Limitations of Lifestyle Plurality in Siberia"
2007−2007   
Fact-finding mission for a parallel report on indigenous peoples in Russia submitted to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Research funded by the German NGOs ‘Brot für die Welt’ and ‘INFOE’
2007−2007   
Grant for research on “Wolfgang Steinitz’ photographic legacy” from The Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Germany
1999−2000   
Research and production management for the documentary film ‘Elsewhere’ (director: Nikolaus Gayrhalter) about a Khanty family in Western Siberia
 
 
Loometöö
Photo exhibitions and lectures in Germany at the Franckesche Stiftungen in Halle, the Hungarian Cultural Centre ‘Haus Ungarn’, Berlin, and in Potsdam, Wittenberge, Rathenow, Cottbus, and in the House of Sciences and Culture of the Russian Federation in Berlin.
Participation in the exhibition ‘Sibirien, Finnland, Ungarn’ with ethnographic objects showing the daily life of herders and fishermen of Western Siberia
Exhibition of photos and ethnographic objects
Photographs at the exhibition ‘Aus mythischen Zeiten. Schamanismus in Westsibirien’ (From mythic times, shamanism in Western Siberia) Museum of World Cultures in Frankfurt/Main
Multimedia project “Cool experts” – filming at the Nenets Autonomous District and in Rovaniemi, production of a multimedia website together with the artist Antti Tenetz
Short documentary film ‘Taiga school at the Tiuitiakha River’ about an indigenous educational project for Khanty and Nenets reindeer herders
Film “Before the Snow” to the “NATIVe - Indigenous Cinema” program at the Berlin International Film Festival
 
 
Lisainfo
Stephan Dudeck is an anthropologist working at the European University at Saint Petersburg (Russia), the Arctic Centre of the University of Lapland (Finland) and the Centre of Arctic and Siberian Exploration at the Sociological Institute of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He has established close collaborations with Siberian indigenous peoples and conducted long-term anthropological fieldwork with Siberian reindeer herding communities.
Stephan Dudeck completed his dissertation on the persistence of reindeer herders’ lifestyles in Western Siberia at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle, Germany in 2011. Since 1993 he regularly visits Khanty and Nenets reindeer herders living on the oil fields of Western Siberia in the Khanty-Mansi and the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Districts. Among his major interests in the anthropology of indigenous groups in the Arctic are the herders’ neo-traditional and nativistic movements, their adaptation to technological change and practices of hiding and avoidance. His scientific publications deal with reindeer pastoralism, the relationship of indigenous people and oil-companies, indigenous rights, the preservation of indigenous languages and traditional knowledge, and the methodology of anthropological action research.
He has worked for various international NGOs on indigenous issues in Siberia. He presented his photographic work at several exhibitions in ethnographic museums and galleries, e.g. in Berlin, Leipzig, Halle, Frankfurt and Göttingen. For the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences he has done research on the Siberian expedition of Wolfgang Steinitz, a renowned linguist of Finno-Ugric languages. He has worked as a consultant for several ethnographic films on Western Siberian reindeer herders.

Kvalifikatsioon

 
 
Teadustöö põhisuunad
ETIS KLASSIFIKAATOR: 2. Ühiskonnateadused ja kultuur; 2.4. Kultuuriuuringud; CERCS KLASSIFIKAATOR: S220 Kultuuriantropoloogia, etnoloogia ; TÄPSUSTUS: Social anthropology

Publikatsioonid

Klass
Aasta
Publikatsioon
 
1.1.
2018
1.1.
2018
1.2.
2018
3.2.
2018
3.2.
2018
3.4.
2018
1.1.
2017
3.1.
2017
3.4.
2017
3.2.
2016
6.5.
2016
1.1.
2015
1.1.
2015
3.4.
2015
6.7.
2015
6.7.
2015
2.1.
2013
3.2.
2013
3.2.
2013
1.2.
2012
3.1.
2012
3.1.
2010
3.4.
2010
1.2.
2009
3.2.
2008
3.2.
2004
3.2.
2001
1.2.
2000
3.1.
1999
3.2.
1998
22.03.2020
21.10.1970
stephan.dudeck@ulapland.fi

Career

Institutions and positions
01.01.2019–31.10.2020   
European University at Saint Petersburg, Senior Specialist (0,50)
01.07.2018–31.12.2018   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Senior Researcher (1,00)
01.01.2018–30.06.2018   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Senior Researcher (0,50)
01.11.2017–31.12.2017   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Senior Researcher (1,00)
15.06.2016–31.10.2017   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Senior Researcher (0,50)
15.06.2016–14.06.2017   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Senior Researcher (0,50)
01.10.2015–31.12.2015   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Senior Researcher (100,00)
24.06.2013–31.08.2015   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Researcher (0,75)
07.01.2013–07.05.2013   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Researcher (1,00)
17.10.2011–30.04.2012   
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Researcher (1,00)
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2018−...   
Member of coordination team of the working group "Gender in the Arctic" of the International Association of Arctic Social Sciences
2017−...   
Member of the “CAFÉ - Circumpolar Archives Folklore and Ethnographies” thematic network of the University of the Arctic
2016−...   
Member of the “Centre of Arctic and Siberian Exploration” at the Sociological Institute of the Federal Centre of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
2016−...   
Member of the “Centre for Arctic Social Studies” at the European University at Saint Petersburg
2015−...   
Collaborative research project with the Eastern Khanty: ‘What happened to “The Sons of Torum”?’ – Visual Anthropology of the Khanty Bear Feast a Generation Thereafter’ – documentation of a three day long religious ritual performance in Western Siberia
2014−...   
Member of the European Association of Social Anthropologists, EASA
2013−...   
Member of the international INGA (Indigenous Gender Asymmetries in the Arctic) research network
2011−...   
Member of the International Arctic Social Sciences Association, IASSA
2008−...   
Member of the German Anthropological Association (DGV), Regional Chapter “Circumpolar Regions and Siberia”
2019−2021   
Visual Anthropology of the North. “Visual Anthropology in the North” is a collaborative project between The Arctic University of Norway (UIT) and the European University in Saint Petersburg (EUSPb). The project’s objective is to develop teaching modules building up to joint courses in the field of visual anthropology. The proposed project builds on already established collaborative agreements between the Department of Anthropology at EUSPb and Visual Anthropology in Tromsø, and the existing collaboration within the ”Gender in the Arctic” network. These participants combine considerable expertise in northern studies with extensive knowledge and practical skills in visual anthropology. The project team also includes third-party specialists who will contribute their own distinctive competencies and resources.
2016−2018   
Member of the research project Arctic Ark (Human-animal adaptations to the Arctic environment: natural and folk selection practices), financed by the Academy of Finland
2016−2016   
Organising the workshop “Gender Asymmetry in Northern Communities (Perspectives from the Margins)” 25-28 January 2016, Lychen, Germany, financed by the International Arctic Science Committee
2016−2016   
Member of the organising committee of the International Siberian Studies Conference held on 24-26 October 2016 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia “Passion for Life: Emotions, Feelings and Perception in the North and Siberia”
2015−2015   
Organising the conference panel “Moving memories: Oral histories about people’s movements across social, temporal, spatial and ideological borders” at the conference of The Society for the Study of Ethnic Relations and International Migration (ETMU), 22-23.10.2015, Rovaniemi, Finland
2014−2014   
Production of a multimedia DVD “Nomadic Memories” as an outreach product of the ORHELIA project
2013−2017   
Member of the international POLARIS Project (Cultural and Natural Heritage in Arctic and Sub-Antarctic Regions for a Cross-Cultural and Sustainable Valorisation Process and Tourism Development: Siberia, Lapland and Patagonia) financed by the FP7-Marie Curie Actions-People-International Research Staff Exchange Scheme
2011−2015   
Member of the ORHELIA (Oral History of Empires by Elders in the Arctic) research project in collaboration with indigenous communities in Finland and Russia, financed by the Academy of Finland
2008−2010   
Research financed by the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Germany within the program: "Conditions and Limitations of Lifestyle Plurality in Siberia"
2007−2007   
Fact-finding mission for a parallel report on indigenous peoples in Russia submitted to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Research funded by the German NGOs ‘Brot für die Welt’ and ‘INFOE’
2007−2007   
Grant for research on “Wolfgang Steinitz’ photographic legacy” from The Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, Germany
1999−2000   
Research and production management for the documentary film ‘Elsewhere’ (director: Nikolaus Gayrhalter) about a Khanty family in Western Siberia
 
 
Creative work
Photo exhibitions and lectures in Germany at the Franckesche Stiftungen in Halle, the Hungarian Cultural Centre ‘Haus Ungarn’, Berlin, and in Potsdam, Wittenberge, Rathenow, Cottbus, and in the House of Sciences and Culture of the Russian Federation in Berlin.
Participation in the exhibition ‘Sibirien, Finnland, Ungarn’ with ethnographic objects showing the daily life of herders and fishermen of Western Siberia
Exhibition of photos and ethnographic objects
Photographs at the exhibition ‘Aus mythischen Zeiten. Schamanismus in Westsibirien’ (From mythic times, shamanism in Western Siberia) Museum of World Cultures in Frankfurt/Main
Multimedia project “Cool experts” – filming at the Nenets Autonomous District and in Rovaniemi, production of a multimedia website together with the artist Antti Tenetz
Short documentary film ‘Taiga school at the Tiuitiakha River’ about an indigenous educational project for Khanty and Nenets reindeer herders
Film “Before the Snow” to the “NATIVe - Indigenous Cinema” program at the Berlin International Film Festival
 
 
Additional information
Stephan Dudeck is an anthropologist working at the European University at Saint Petersburg (Russia), the Arctic Centre of the University of Lapland (Finland) and the Centre of Arctic and Siberian Exploration at the Sociological Institute of the Federal Center of Theoretical and Applied Sociology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He has established close collaborations with Siberian indigenous peoples and conducted long-term anthropological fieldwork with Siberian reindeer herding communities.
Stephan Dudeck completed his dissertation on the persistence of reindeer herders’ lifestyles in Western Siberia at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle, Germany in 2011. Since 1993 he regularly visits Khanty and Nenets reindeer herders living on the oil fields of Western Siberia in the Khanty-Mansi and the Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Districts. Among his major interests in the anthropology of indigenous groups in the Arctic are the herders’ neo-traditional and nativistic movements, their adaptation to technological change and practices of hiding and avoidance. His scientific publications deal with reindeer pastoralism, the relationship of indigenous people and oil-companies, indigenous rights, the preservation of indigenous languages and traditional knowledge, and the methodology of anthropological action research.
He has worked for various international NGOs on indigenous issues in Siberia. He presented his photographic work at several exhibitions in ethnographic museums and galleries, e.g. in Berlin, Leipzig, Halle, Frankfurt and Göttingen. For the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences he has done research on the Siberian expedition of Wolfgang Steinitz, a renowned linguist of Finno-Ugric languages. He has worked as a consultant for several ethnographic films on Western Siberian reindeer herders.

Publications

Category
Year
Publication
 
1.1.
2018
1.1.
2018
1.2.
2018
3.2.
2018
3.2.
2018
3.4.
2018
1.1.
2017
3.1.
2017
3.4.
2017
3.2.
2016
6.5.
2016
1.1.
2015
1.1.
2015
3.4.
2015
6.7.
2015
6.7.
2015
2.1.
2013
3.2.
2013
3.2.
2013
1.2.
2012
3.1.
2012
3.1.
2010
3.4.
2010
1.2.
2009
3.2.
2008
3.2.
2004
3.2.
2001
1.2.
2000
3.1.
1999
3.2.
1998
22.03.2020

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Meditations after the Bear Feast: The Poetic Dialogues of N. Scott Momaday and Yuri VaellaDudeck, Stephan2018Sibirica1.1.
Reindeer Returning from Combat: War Stories among the Nenets of European RussiaDudeck, Stephan2018Arctic Anthropology1.1.
Два понимания "перевода из поля в текст"Дудек, Штефан2018Антропологический форум1.2.
Hans Findeisens Korrespondenz Mit Dem Museum Für Völkerkunde Hamburg: Rekonstruktion Einer Prekären Akademischen Karriere“. 39: .Habeck, Joachim Otto Dudeck, Stephan2018Mitteilungen Der Berliner Gesellschaft Für Anthropologie, Ethnologie Und Urgeschichte3.2.
Три арктические аборигенные породы лошадей: сравнение стратегии адаптации и сохранение в арктическом животноводстве в финской Лапландии, в Мезенском районе и вреспублике Саха(Якутия)Stammler, Florian Mazzullo, Nuccio Soppela, Päivi Ivanova, Aytalina Konstantinov, Vladislav 2018АБОРИГЕННОЕ КОНЕВОДСТВО РОССИИ: ИСТОРИЯ, СОВРЕМЕННОСТЬ, ПЕРСПЕКТИВЫ3.2.
Subsurface Resource Extraction and Indigenous Livelihoods in Western SiberiaDudeck, S.2018РАЗВИТИЕ АРКТИЧЕСКИХ ТЕРРИТОРИЙ: ОПЫТ, ПРОБЛЕМЫ, ПЕРСПЕКТИВЫ Материалы международной научно-практической конференции3.4.
Sharing Oral History With Arctic Indigenous Communities: Ethical Implications of Bringing Back Research ResultsAllemann, Lukas; Dudeck, Stephan2017Qualitative Inquiry1.1.
Safeguarding Sacred Sites in the Subarctic Zone–Three Case Studies from Northern RussiaDudeck, Stephan; Rud, Aleksei Anatol’evich; Havelka, Rudolf; Terebikhin, Nikolai Mikhailovich; Melyutina, Marina Nikolaevna2017Experiencing and Protecting Sacred Natural Sites of Sámi and other Indigenous Peoples3.1.
Шпион или Зять?: Как можно изучать то, что оленеводы не хотят раскрывать всем?Dudeck, Stephan Johannes;2017Поле как жизнь: К 60-летию Северной экспедиции ИЭА РАН3.4.
Indigene Oral History entlang des Eismeeres von Lappland bis zum Lena-DeltaDudeck, Stephan; Allemann, Lukas2016Arktis und Subarktis: Geschichte, Kultur, Gesellschaft3.2.
JohdantoToulouze, Eva; Dudeck, Stephan2016(Juri Vella) Rakkauden maa. Runoja ja dialogeja6.5.Tartu Ülikool, Humanitaarteaduste ja kunstide valdkond
'DO YOU RESPECT ME?' DRINKING AS A SOCIAL CATALYST IN THE REINDEER HERDING COMMUNITIES OF EUROPEAN RUSSIA AND WESTERN SIBERIADudeck, Stephan2015Folklore: Electronic Journal of Folklore1.1.
The making of a home in a changing northern context: an ethnographic account of contemporary housing practices among Russian reindeer nomadsUsenyuk, Svetlana; Dudeck, Stephan; Garin, Nikolai2015The Polar Journal1.1.
Khanty Subsistence in a Changing Environment - Reindeer Herding and Indigenous Survival Strategies in Western SiberiaDudeck, Stephan2015The proceedings of the 29th International Abashiri Symposium: Environmental Change and Subsistance of Northern Peoples: Developement and Adaptation3.4.
Nomadic Memories: people and oral history in the 20th century along the shores of the Arctic OceanDudeck, Stephan; Stammler, Florian; Laptander, Roza; Meshtyb, Nina; Allemann, Lukas; Mazullo, Nuccio;20156.7.
The Taiga School at the Tiuitiakha RiverDudeck, Stephan;20156.7.
Der Tag des Rentierzüchters: Repräsentation indigener Lebensstile zwischen Taigawohnplatz und Erdölstadt in WestsibirienDudeck, Stephan;2013Studies in Social and Cultural Anthropology2.1.
Challenging the state educational system in Western Siberia: taiga school by the Tiuitiakha RiverDudeck, Stephan2013Sustaining indigenous knowledge: learning tools and community initiatives for preserving endangered languages and local cultural heritage3.2.
Oral History of Empires by Elders in the Arctic (ORHELIA): A Common History, a Common Economy, Common Language Roots, and Different Practices among Four Arctic Indigenous PeoplesDudeck, Stephan;2013Oral History: Dialogue With Society = Mutvārdu vēsture: dialogs ar sabiedrību3.2.
From the reindeer path to the highway and back - understanding the movements of Khanty reindeer herders in Western SiberiaDudeck, Stephan2012Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics1.2.
Multiple privacies: nesting spheres of intimacy in Western Siberian indigenous lifestylesLjarskaya, Elena; Dudeck, Stephan;2012Revealing privacy: debating the understandings of privacy3.1.
Le pastoralisme en sibérie occidentale: les défis qu’affrontent les éleveurs de rennesDudeck, S.2010Pasteurs Nomades et Transhumants Autochtones3.1.
Indigenous Oil Workers between the Oil Town of Kogalym and Reindeer Herder’s Camps in the Surrounding AreaDudeck, S.2010Biography, Shift-labour and Socialisation in a Northern Industrial City – The Far North: Particularities of Labour and Human Socialisation Proceedings of the International Conference in Novy Urengoy, Russia, 4th – 6th December 20083.4.
Siberian reindeer pastoralism and challenges facing reindeer herders in Western SiberiaDudeck, S.;2009Indigenous Affairs1.2.
Wolfgang Steinitz'fotografischer Nachlass von der Expedition zu den Ostjaken/Chanty 1935Dudeck, Stephan2008Archeologija i ėtnografija Priob'ja: materialy i issledovanija; sbornik trudov kafedry archeologii i ėtnologii3.2.