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Journal of Ethnology and Folkloristics
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Vol 10 No 2 (2016): Drinking Is Not Just Fun
Preface to the Special Issue: Drinking Is Not Just Fun
Art Leete, Aimar Ventsel
Articles (special issue)
Drinking in the North of European Russia: From Traditional to Totalising Liminality
Andrei V. Tutorsky
"I'm Not Like Most of You Here, I'm Just an Alcoholic": A Russian Baptist Theory of Addiction
"Suddenly a Binge Drinking Episode Has Happened to Him": Locus of Control, Notion of Responsibility, Alcoholism and Suicide in the Taz Region, Yamal Nenets Autonomous Okrug
Kirill V. Istomin
Alchohol Consumption Practices in the Koryak Community
Lyudmila N. Khakhovskaya
The Koryak guardians from ritual bunches (Khakhovskaya 2014: 98).
Amanita dried in a tent of Koryak reindeer herders. Severo-Evenskiy district, Magadan region; September 8, 2010. Photo by Igor’ Yevgen’evich Vorobey.
Amanita dried in a farmhouse. Village Verkhniy Paren’, Severo-Evenskiy district, Magadan region; August 13, 2011. Photo by author.
Drunkards and Singers: A Mongolian Battle of Sounds
Woven Identities: Socioeconomic Change, Women’s Agency, and the Making of a Heritage Art in Jølster, Norway
Sallie Anna Steiner
Photo 2. Svanhild’s brureåkle, ca. 1940. Photo by the author.
Photo 3. Jorunn Dvergsdal at her loom in the autumn of 2014. Photo by Hans Jørgen Øygard.
Photo 4. A fantasiåkle by Svanhild Åhaug, circa 1960. Photo by the author.
Photo 5. An empty farm near Vassenden i Jølster, bearing a sign reading “Every nation needs its own food – just not us.”
Photo 6. Anne Lise Øvrebø’s “Åkle” line of jewelry, featuring a samrose motif. Photo by the author.
Photo 7. Anne-Britt Lotsberg at her loom working on a commissioned smett tapestry with non- traditional heart motifs for an upcoming wedding. Photo by the author.
Photo 8. Anne Britt Lotsberg’s pattern collection. Photo by the author.
Photo 9. A runner by Anne-Britt Lotsberg featuring the traditional samrose pattern woven in a contemporary colour scheme. Photo by the author.
Photo 10. Pottery by Kari Astrup Geelmuyden stamped with the klo pattern. Photo by the author.
Photo 1. An åkle by Jorunn Dvergsdal, done with a pattern distinctive to her native village of Myklebust i Jølster. Photo by the author.
Notes and Reviews
Anthropological Aspects of Alcohol Trade in Microsocieties of Chukotka National Settlements
Participants of interaction on the subject of alcohol in micro-society of Chukotka village