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Archaeology and education in Postsoviet Russia

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  02 January 2015

Yuri E. Berezkin*
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Institute for the History of Material Culture, Saint-Petersburg, Russia

Abstract

In the mid 1980s, anthropologists such as Marcus & Fischer (1986) called for a ‘repatriation’ of anthropology, bringing the tools of the discipline to bear on the ‘home’ situations of Euro-America rather than focusing on ‘alien, exotic’ traditions.

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Special section: Archaeology in education
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Copyright © Antiquity Publications Ltd. 2000

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Berezkin, Y.E. 1997. Marginal élite: The results and perspectives of humanitarian training of schoolchildren of Saint-Petersburg in the middle of the 90s. Paper presented to the Conference ‘Professionalism, Education, Moral, and the Future of Russia’, May-June 1997. Moscow: International Research and Exchange Board.Google Scholar
Marcus, G.E. & Fischer, M.. 1986. Anthropology as cultural critique. An experimental moment in the human science. Chicago (IL): University of Chicago Press.Google Scholar
Trifonov, V.A. 1991. Why so little is known about modern Soviet Archaeology: archaeological data in the USSR – collection, storage and exploitation, World Archaeological Bulletin 5: 7785.Google Scholar

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