Dr Dmitry Arzyutov

Dr Dmitry Arzyutov
Dr Dmitry Arzyutov
Dr Dmitry Arzyutov

Honorary Research Fellow

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Assistant Professor at the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA

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I am a historian who is intellectually and emotionally attached to anthropological ideas and long-term fieldwork (PhD, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm) and an anthropologist who has fallen in love with history (Candidate of Sciences, Museum of Ethnography and Anthropology, Saint Petersburg). My bi-disciplinary identity is shaped by my curiosity about our everyday lives, which are inseparable from our imaginations. I am interested in how the paths, ideas, and practices of scholars and the people they collaborate with intersect, coevolve, and ultimately shape our "stable" notions of the environment, social life, and the past. This curiosity drives me to constantly nomadize between the vibrant "field" of the Arctic/Siberia and the secluded and dusty "archives," where I find inspiration and develop most of my ideas. The arguments in my writings revolve around the intertwined lives of anthropological and natural science ideas, as well as the long-term dynamics of human-environment interactions in the circumpolar North.

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