Dudeck, Stephan

Stephan Dudeck_1105_pic091105-1 (2).jpgResearcher (Orhelia -project)

Sustainable Development Research Group /
Anthropology research team

Stephan got his PhD from the University of Leipzig with a thesis on public and private spheres among the West Siberian Khanty under the impact of large scale oil extraction. He has been working in the Russian North since the early 1990s and has also field experience in post Soviet Central Asia. His main interests are in the analysis of privacy and intimacy, the theory of hiding and exhibiting, taiga reindeer herding, and the impacts of extractive industries in the Russian North.

He works in the ORHELIA project on the relations between states and their northernmost residents with a focus on the European Nentsy.

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