Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

Tobias Holzlehner

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Presentations

2013 Trading Against the State: Il/legal cross-border networks in the Russian Far East,“ DGV Tagung, Mainz, Germany 10/13.

2012 Trans-Beringian Crossings: Informal Meshworks and Evasive Space in North Pacific Borderlands.“ Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco 11/12.

Informal space and networks in the Russian Far East: A comparative approach to North Pacific borderlands.“ Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, 3/12.

2011 “Moving Against the State: Mobility and Spatial Strategies After Forced Migration in Chukotka, Russia,” 7th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences (ICASS VII), Akureyri, Iceland, 06/11 (upcoming).

Moved by the State and Left Behind: Spatial practices of forced relocation in Chukotka, Russia,” Nomadic and Indigenous Spaces: Productions and Cognitions Conference, Leipzig, Germany, 02/11.

2010 “Stalin – the sun. Colonial Encounters at the end of the world: A case study from Chukotka, Russia,” Annual Meeting of the American Society for Ethnohistory, Ottawa, Canada, 10/10.

The Geography of Resilience: Strategies of survival after industrial and infrastructural collapse in Chukotka, Russia,” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington DC, 4/10.

Living Inside the Belly of the Beast: Architectural transformations in the Russian Far East,” Alaska Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Anchorage, 3/10.

2009 “Shades of Gray: Il/legal Politics and Entrepreneurship at the Margins of the Russian State,” Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, 12/09.

Gasoline Drums of Winter: Technology, brokerage, and cultural change in a contemporary hunting community of the Russian North,” BOREAS Final Conference, Rovaniemi, Finnland, 11/09.

“Ethnography on the Move: The State, Landscape, Memory, and Coastal Travel in Chukotka, Russia,” MOVE Final Conference, Rovaniemi, Finnland, 11/09.

Moved by the State and Left Behind: A History of Forced Relocation in a Coastal Zone of the Russian North,” Fourth International Polar Year Symposium, University of Alaska Fairbanks, 3/09.

Beringian Ghost Towns: Reading the Fragments of a Ruined Past,” Alaska Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Juneau, 3/09.

Lives in the Ruins of the Past: Local Reactions to Forced Relocations in a Borderland of the Russian North,” Society for Applied Anthropology Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, 3/09.

Ghost Towns at the End of the World: The Topology of Loss, Ruination and Remembrance in Chukotka, Russia,” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers Las Vegas, 3/09.

2007 That Wicked Deal: Parallel Power, State Penetration, and Organized Crime in Contemporary Russia,” Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington DC, 12/07.

2005 The Face is the Evidence: On Terrorist Transformations and Stately Dissimulations in Contemporary Russia,” joint meeting of the Society for Psychological Anthropology and the American Ethnological Society, San Diego, USA, 4/05.

Shadow Networks: The Role of Ethnic Entrepreneurs and Organized Crime in the Russian Transition Economy,” SOYZ Conference, University Indiana, Bloomington, USA, 3/05.

2003 Gray Market: The Shadow Realm Between Legitimate Business and Mafia Dealings. A Case Study from the Russian Far East.” Alaska Anthropological Meeting, Fairbanks, 3/03 2001 Violating the Body: Suicide and Accidental Death in Northern Russia.” CAES workshop “Industrial Impacts on Natural and Social Environments”, Apatity, Russia, 9/01. 2000 The Golden Age?: Ethnoarchaeology of the Soviet-Era in Chukotka.” Conference on Siberia and the Circumpolar North, Vienna, Austria, 6/00.

1999 Subsistence and Identity in Chukotka.” Annual meeting of the German Anthropological Association, Heidelberg, Germany, 10/99

1998 Traveling Artifacts: The Politics of Archaeology in Chukotka, Russia.” 11th Inuit Studies Conference, Nuuk, Greenland, 9/98

Conference Posters

2010 A Coast Gone Lonesome: Microecology of coastal village resettlement

on the Chukchi Peninsula, Russia,” International Polar Year Oslo Science Conference, Oslo, Norway, 6/10.

The Microecology of Coastal Village Resettlement: Ecology, economy, and cultural change on the Chukchi Peninsula, Russia.” State of the Arctic Conference, Miami, 3/10.

2009 A Coast Gone Lonesome: Spatial History of village relocations in Chukotka, Russia,BOREAS Final Conferences, Rovaniemi, Finland, 11/09.

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