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Tobias Holzlehner

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forthcoming. A Coast Gone Lonesome: Forced Migration, Resistance and Littoral Persistence in Chukotka. In B. Beuerle (ed.), Russia and the Asia Pacific. Heidelberg: Heidelberg University Publishing.

forthcoming. Microecology of State-induced Village Resettlement on the Chukchi Peninsula, Russia. In P.P. Schweitzer, E. Khlinovskaya Rockhill, F.M. Stammler and T. Heleniak (eds.), Moved by the State: Population Movements and Agency in the Circumpolar North and Other Remote Regions. New York: Berghahn.

forthcoming. Beyond Forced Migration: A Typological Perspective on Resettlements in Alaska and Chukotka (with P. Schweitzer and B. Mikow). In P.P. Schweitzer, E. Khlinovskaya Rockhill, F.M. Stammler and T. Heleniak (eds.), Moved by the State: Population Movements and Agency in the Circumpolar North and Other Remote Regions. New York: Berghahn.

2018. Economies of Trust: Informal economies and the state in the Russian-Chinese borderland. In C. Humphrey,Trust and Mistrust in the Economies of Chinese-Russian Borderlands, pp. 65-86. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

2015. Shadow Networks: Border Economies, Informal Markets and organized Crime in the Russian Far East. Berlin: LIT.

2015. Handel gegen den Staat: Informelle Wirtschaft in Russlands Fernem Osten. Osteuropa65, 5-6, pp. 137-147.

2015. The Curse of Social Engineering: Settlement Structures, Urbanization and Native Economies in Chukotka. Russian Analytical Digest 172, pp. 7-10.

2014. Trading Against the State: Il/legal Cross-Border Networks in the Russian Far East. Etnofoor26, 1, pp. 13-38.

2012. Somehow, Something Broke Inside the People": Demographic Shifts and Community Anomie in Chukotka, Russia. Alaska Journal of Anthropology 10, 1&2.

2011. Gasoline Drums of Winter: Technology, Brokerage, and Cultural Change in a Contemporary Hunting Community.In Histories from the North: Environments, Movements, and Narratives; Proceedings of the BOREAS Conference, Rovaniemi, Finland, October 29-31, 2009, edited by John P. Ziker and Florian Stammler

2011. Der Grosse Exodus:  Demographische Trends an Russlands nördlicher Peripherie[The Great Exodus: Demographic trends at Russia’s northern periphery], Osteuropa 61, Vol 2-3, pp. 371-386 (with T. Heleniak and E. Khlinovskaya).

2011. Engineering Socialism: A history of village relocations in Chukotka, Russiain S.D. Brunn (ed.) Engineering Earth: The Impacts of Megaengineering Projects, pp. 1957-73. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer Science+Business Media.

2009. Vostochnaya porisost: Antropologiya transgranichnoi torgovli i kontaktov na rossiiskom Dal’nem Vostoke[Eastern Porosity: Anthropology of cross-border trade and contact in the Russian Far East] Oikumena, Vol. 10, 3 (2009): 102-111.

2007. Weaving Shuttles and Ginseng Roots: Commodity flows and migration in a borderland of the Russian Far EastBerkeley Program in Soviet and Post-Soviet Studies Working Paper Series (Fall 2007).

2007. A Post-Apocalyptic Vision of the Russian TransitionPlotki, June 2007,   .

2007. Le paradis des grands bandits: la culture de la mort violente en Extrême-Orient russe [Gangsters’ Paradise: The culture of violent death in the Russian Far East],, Numéro 13 - juin 2007,   .

2007. "Northern Eurasia/Circumpolar Region" in The Brill Dictionary of Religion. Edited by Kocku von Stuckrad. Brill Online, 2013,*-COM_00317   .

2007. The Harder the Rain, the Tighter the Roof: Evolution of organized crime networks in the Russian Far EastSibirica, Vol. 6, 2, 51-86.

2004. Violating the Body: Suicide and accidental death in the Russian NorthIn K. Viventsova and W. Ruth (eds.) Industrial Impact on Natural and Social Environment: Proceedings CAES’2001 International Interdisciplinary Research Education Course. Kola Peninsula, Russia, Rovaniemi, Finland: Arctic Centre University of Lapland: 54-67.

1999. Nordeurasien / Arktis[Northern Eurasia / Arctic] in C. Auffarth et al. (eds.), Metzler Lexikon Religion (Stuttgart: Metzler Verlag): 573-578.

1998. Der Rote Stern: Ein areologischer Exkurs frei nach Stanislaw Lem[The Red Star: An areological excursion based loosely on Stanislav Lem] Cargo,Vol.22 (1998): 35-38.