New Open Access Issue of Sibirica (Vol. 20, Issue 3)

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The latest Open Access issue of Sibirica: Interdisciplinary Journal of Siberian Studies has published! This issue addresses the notion of problem-solving.

 

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Volume 20, Issue 3

 

Editorial

Solving or Not Solving Problems

Jenanne Ferguson

https://bit.ly/3p0oDzl

 

Articles

Neglected Transportation Infrastructure: Corporate Social Responsibility and the Russian State in a Small Siberian Oil Town

Gertrude Saxinger, Natalia Krasnoshtanova, and Gertraud Illmeier

https://bit.ly/3IYpBE7

 

Using Cultural Framings to Disentangle Viliui Sakha Perceptions, Beliefs, and Historical Trauma in the Face of Climate Change

Susan Crate

https://bit.ly/3q01YTf

 

Social Protest in Russian America

Andrei V. Grinёv and Richard Bland

https://bit.ly/3F1zj6k

 

Report

The Cultural Industries of the North through the Eyes of Young Russians: A Report on the Experience of Network Collaboration between Universities

Marina Maguidovitch and Lena Sidorova

https://bit.ly/3F4Ouvs

 

Book Reviews

Joachim Otto Habeck, Spencer Abbe, and Stephen Dalziel

https://bit.ly/3F1DaAr

 

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