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Lifestyle in Siberia and the Russian North

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Joachim Otto Habeck

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Chapter 2

1Fig. 2.1. New apartment blocks are rising all over Krasnoiarsk, 40 displacing single-storey timber houses, especially in the central districts. The large Soviet-era garage complexes for private cars occupy considerable parts of the urban space. Garages continue to be used for private storage, often including cellars to store produce grown on the dacha; sometimes they are used for car-repair businesses or workshops. Photograph by Dennis Zuev, 31 March 2018, CC-BY.

2Fig. 2.2. Krasnoiarsk is one of the large urban centres in Siberia with 49 a significant number of timber-made houses (chastnyi sektor, in the foreground). The city has gradually expanded on both banks of the river. Many of its dacha communities occupy the surrounding hills, as can be seen in the background. Photograph by Dennis Zuev, 31 March 2018, CC-BY.

3Fig. 2.3. Long-distance train passengers using a longer stop at Irkutsk 60 railway station for a smoking break or communication by mobile phone (during the train ride, network coverage is often weak or non-existent). Photograph by Joachim Otto Habeck, 17 July 2017, CC-BY.

4Fig. 2.4. Many airplane journeys within the Russian Far East are 65 subsidised through a federal programme, which makes trips from Vladivostok to smaller towns in the region more comfortable and faster than those by coach, for residents and non-residents. Photograph by Dennis Zuev, August 2011, CC-BY.

5Fig. 2.5. Helicopter landing for a brief stop near a Komi reindeer- 66 herders’ camp on the territory of the Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Photograph by Joachim Otto Habeck, 23 October 1998, CC-BY.

6Fig. 2.6. New airport terminal at Yemel’ianovo (Krasnoiarsk) under 68 construction for the Universiade 2019. Photograph by Dennis Zuev, 21 September 2017, CC-BY.

7Fig. 2.7. Bridge-building for a new road in the Saian Mountains 71 (Kuraginskii Raion). Photograph by Dennis Zuev, 6 May 2009, CC-BY.

8Fig. 2.8. Urban visitors using the bonnet of their car for a picnic 73 on the occasion of the Day of the Reindeer Herder in Russkinskaia, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug — Yugra. Photograph by Stephan Dudeck, 30 March 2009. Courtesy of the photographer, CC-BY.

9Fig. 2.9. Karakatitsa (a light but robust vehicle for transport in roadless 75 areas). Villagers of Chavan’ga (Kola Peninsula) assist in kick-starting the vehicle. Photograph by Masha Shaw, 25 July 2011, with the permission of the individuals depicted, CC-BY.

10Fig. 2.10. Russian shuffle-traders (chelnoki) with typical striped 80 bags (risovki) boarding the ferry from Heihe (China) to Blagoveshchensk (Russia) across the Amur. Photograph by Dennis Zuev, July 2007, CC-BY.

11Fig. 2.11. Scribbling a phone number into the sand at the embankment 91 of River Vakh, Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug — Yugra. Photograph by Stephan Dudeck, August 2006. Courtesy of the photographer, CC-BY.

Chapter 3

12Fig. 3.1. Tundra selfie. Terskii Coast, Murmansk Oblast, 2010. Photo: 117 Masha Shaw’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

13Fig. 3.2. Adventure calling! Kamenka River, Terskii Coast, 121 Murmansk Oblast, 2014. Photo: Masha Shaw’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

14Fig. 3.3. Never an idle moment: crossing the River Chavan’ga on the 124 way to work, 2011. Photo: Masha Shaw’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

Chapter 4

15Fig. 4.1. In the spa (kurort) of Arshan in Tunka District (Buryatia), 136 the local administration kept track of “the number of patients that underwent treatment in the spa”. Since its pre-revolutionary beginnings, the spa claims to have received steadily growing number of visitors. At present, the two sanatoriums of Arshan attract customers with medical treatment, health and relaxation for the whole family (http://kurort-arshan.ru). Photograph by Luděk Brož, 2011, CC-BY.

16Fig. 4.2. Tourists on the rope bridge that connects the village of 151 Chemal with Patmos, a small island with a monastery. Photograph by Luděk Brož, 2010, CC-BY.

Chapter 5

17Fig. 5.1. Paris: not just a picture in a book. Summer, 2001. Photo: 178 Dennis Zuev’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

18Fig. 5.2. A social encounter on the Black Sea coast. Alupka, summer 182 1991. Photo: Joseph L. Long’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

19Fig. 5.3. Zhanna’s return to Berlin, July 2000. Photo: Joachim Otto 186 Habeck’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

Chapter 6

20Fig. 6.1. Mother in the newspaper, Yanrakynnot (Chukotka), 1999. 202 Photo: Jaroslava Panáková’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

21Fig. 6.2. Christmas celebration in a private living room, Altai 209 Republic, 2004. Photo: Luděk Brož (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

22Fig. 6.3. In memory of the deceased son, Novoe Chaplino, 1990s. 214 Photo: Jaroslava Panáková’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

23Fig. 6.4. Portrait from kindergarten times, Tegi (Berezovskii Raion), 219 1992. Photo: Ina Schröder’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

24Fig. 6.5. First day at school (pervyi zvonok), Khanty-Mansiisk, 1 221 September 2008. Photo: Ina Schröder’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

25Fig. 6.6. Army pledge, near Rubtsovsk (Altai Krai), 2006. Photo: Ina 222 Schröder’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

26Fig. 6.7. Self in unity with nature, near Yakutsk, summer 2006. Photo: 224 Eleanor Peers’ interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

27Fig. 6.8. Contemplative moment near a lighthouse in Japan, 2011. 226 Photo: Dennis Zuev’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

28Fig. 6.9. Family portrait taken in a professional studio in Kemerovo, 227 1983. Photo: Artem Rabogoshvili’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

29Fig. 6.10. Self as mother with son, Sochi, 1983. Photo: Ina Schröder’s 228 interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

30Fig. 6.11. Achieved motherhood manifested through images of 229 children. Here it is accentuated by the capacity to finance a holiday journey to China (early 2000s). Photo: Eleanor Peers’ interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

31Fig. 6.12. Picture from childhood with father and brother, 231 Yanrakkynnot (Chukotka), 1990. Photo: Jaroslava Panáková’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

32Fig. 6.13. Family picture in a reindeer herder’ cabin, Numto, 2006. 232 Photo: Ina Schröder’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

33Fig. 6.14. Group portrait taken by auto-timer in auntie’s flat, Barnaul 232 2010. Photo: Joachim Otto Habeck’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

34Fig. 6.15. Enjoying a dinner with a relative, Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia), 233 2009. Photo: Artem Rabogoshvili’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

35Fig. 6.16. A moment in a newly opened Italian restaurant in 233 Krasnoiarsk, 2011. Photo: Dennis Zuev’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

36Fig. 6.17. Scene from a live-action role play near Miass, Cheliabinsk 234 Oblast, 2011. Photo: Tatiana Barchunova’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

37Fig. 6.18. Studio portrait of himself on his birthday, Novosibirsk, 238 1985. Photo: Joachim Otto Habeck’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

38Fig. 6.19. Cropping out the collective. Business meeting in a café in 239 Paris, 2009. Photo: Joachim Otto Habeck’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

39Fig. 6.20. “We are very close friends still”: dinner in a hotel in 240 Novosibirsk, 2010. Photo: Joachim Otto Habeck’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

Chapter 7

40Fig. 7.1. Yhyakh participants at a banquet. Photograph by Eleanor 261 Peers, June 2012, CC-BY.

41Fig. 7.2. A picture of Baiaanai at a shamanic temple in Suntar’ Region. 271 Photograph by Eleanor Peers, March 2011, CC BY.

42Fig. 7.3. A carving of Baiaanai, on sale at a fair in Yakutsk. Photograph 272 by Eleanor Peers, November 2010, CC-BY.

43Fig. 7.4. A representation of Baiaanai at Yhyakh in the town of Mirnyi. 273 Photograph by Eleanor Peers, July 2011, CC-BY.

Chapter 8

44Fig. 8.1. Sabantui Festival held by the Tatar national-cultural 317 organisation of Ulan-Ude. Photograph by Artem Rabogoshvili, 2011, CC-BY.

45Fig. 8.2. Nooruz Festival organized by the Kyrgyz national-cultural 320 organization of Irkutsk. Photograph by Artem Rabogoshvili, 2011, CC-BY.

Chapter 9

46Fig. 9.1. Warriors inspect the fortress from outside. Photograph 352 by Sergei Remizov, near Saranpaul, 2016. Courtesy of the photographer, CC-BY-ND.

47Fig. 9.2. A warrior chooses his bride. Photograph by Sergei Remizov, 354 near Saranpaul, 2016. Courtesy of the photographer, CC-BY-ND.

Chapter 10

48Fig. 10.1. A scene from the live-action role play “Black Prince” 373 (Chërnyi Prints) in 2018 as part of the annual “Makarena” events. Source: https://vk.com/​club27365038?z=al bum-27365038_253779390

49Fig. 10.2. Online forum for the “Makarena” on VKontakte. Screenshot 375 as of 10 September 2018. The forum contains many posts about clothes, gear, weapons, etc. offered for exchange, purchase, or free of charge. Source: https://vk.com/​club 27365038

50Fig. 10.3. Natasha Permiakova during a LARP event near St Petersburg, 386 August 2001. Photo: Tatiana Barchunova’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

51Fig. 10.4. Aleksandra Anikina hitch-hiking from the outskirts of 387 Novosibirsk towards Tomsk, summer 2007. Photo: Tatiana Barchunova’s interviewee (with permission), CC-BY-ND.

52Fig. 10.5. Vadim Zevlever (Makar). Cropped version of a photo 392 published on 20 July 2019 in the forum for the “Makarena” on VKontakte on the occasion of the forum having reached 3,000 members. Source: https://vk.com/​club27365038.

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