SibFU Journal. Humanities and Social Sciences: Editorial Board

Chief Editor of the “Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities”: Natalia Koptseva, Dr. of Philosophical Sciences, Head of Department of Culture Studies (Siberian Federal University). Specialist in the field of theory and history of culture, applied research of culture of the indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and Far East; researcher of cultural factors causing ethnic migration in modern Russia. Director of Krasnoyarsk branch of Russian scientific and educating society of culture studies. Director and executor of Federal Target Program Grant “Scientific and scientific-pedagogical personnel of innovative Russia”. The author of 10 papers in journals indexed by Scopus.

Editorial Board

  • David G. Anderson, PhD, Professor, Chair in the Anthropology of the North at University of Aberdeen, Scotland, the world’s leading specialist in political anthropology, cultural studies of indigenous peoples, the relationship between man and animal, northern studies, cross-cultural research, more detail.
  • Evgeniya E. Anisimova — Doctor of Philological Sciences, Deputy Director for Science, Institute of Philology and Language Communication (Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk), leading Russian specialist in the field of literary studies, head of RFBR grant.
  • Gershons M. Breslavs — Associate Professor, Doctor of Psychological Sciences, Baltic Institute of Psychology and Management (International Institute of Applied Psychology, Riga, Latvia), Europe’s leading specialist in the field of pedagogy and psychology, children and medical psychology, ethno-cultural studies.
  • Evgeniya A. Bukharova — Candidate of Economic Sciences, Professor of the Department of Socio-economic planning, Director of the Institute of Economics, Management and Environmental Studies (Siberian Federal University).
  • Sergey V. Devyatkin — Associate Professor, Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Director of Interregional Institute of Social Sciences (Novgorod State University named after Yaroslav the Wise, Veliky Novgorod), specialist in political anthropology, director and executor of grants in the field of culture in northwestern Russia.
  • Milan Damohorsky — PhD, Professor of environmental law at the Law Faculty of the Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic. He is the Vice Dean, Head of the Environmental Law Department and President of the Czech Society for Environmental law, Europe’s leading specialist in the field of European and international law.
  • Hans-Georg Dederer — PhD, Professor, Chair of Constitutional and Administrative Law, Public International Law, European and International Economic Law. Faculty of Law (University of Passau, Germany).
  • Sergey A. Drobyshevsky — Professor, Doctor of Juridical Sciences, Head of Department of History of State and Law at Law Institute (Siberian Federal University); author of over 120 scientific papers and monographs on the history of Russian state and law.
  • Tapdyg Kh. Kerimov — Professor, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Head of Department of Social Philosophy (Ural Federal University named after the first President of Russia B.N. Eltsin, Yekaterinburg); the author of over 120 papers in the field of social sciences and humanities, the leading Russian expert on the social factors of scientific research and their problems.
  • Мodest A. Коlеrоv — Associate Professor, Candidate of Historical Sciences, 1 grade Active State Advisor of Russian Federation, editor-in-chief of the information agency REX, editor-in-chief of the information agency Regnum (Moscow); author of books on modern Russian history, political and social activist.
  • Galina A. Kopnina — Professor, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Head of Department of Russian Language, Literature and Language Communication at Institute of Philology and Language Communication (Siberian Federal University); the leading Russian expert in the field of media linguistics and author of over 100 publications on this issue.
  • Alexander A. Kronik — PhD., Scientific Director of the Institute of Causometry LifeLook.Net (Bethesda, Maryland, USA); Professor (Howard University, USA); a licensed clinical psychologist, co-chairman of the International Association of Specialists in Causometry; specialist in psychological foundations of pedagogy.
  • Liudmila V. Kulikova — Professor, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Director of the Institute of Philology and Language Communication (Siberian Federal University); a leading Russian expert in the field of intercultural communication, the Germanic languages; director and executor of TEMPUS grants.
  • Oksana V. Magirovskaya — Doctor of Philological Sciences, Head of the Department of the Germanic Languages Theory and Intercultural Communication at the Institute of Philology and Language Communication (Siberian Federal University); a leading Russian expert in the field of cognitive linguistics, the Germanic languages; Head of Krasnoyarsk branch of the Russian Association of Cognitive Linguistics; the author of over 90 scientific papers in the field of cognitive linguistics.
  • Pavel V. Mandryka — Associate Professor, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor of Department of General History, Head of Laboratory of Archaeology, Anthropology and History of Siberia at Institute for the Humanities (Siberian Federal University); director of the grants in archaeological series aimed at research of the regions of Eastern Siberia; author of over 80 scientific papers in the field of regional Siberian archeology.
  • Boris Markov — Professor, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Head of Department of Philosophical Anthropology (Saint-Petersburg State University); the leading Russian and European specialist in the study of the everyday life culture, cultural and philosophical anthropology; author of over 120 scientific papers and books in this field.
  • Valentin G. Nemirovsky — Professor, Doctor of Sociological Sciences, Head of Department of Sociology at Institute of Psychology, Pedagogy and Sociology (Siberian Federal University); the Hirsch index (Russian Science Citation Index) – 13; author of 10 scientific publications in journals indexed by Scopus; Head of RFH Grant in research of cultural values of different social groups in Eastern Siberia.
  • Nicolay P. Parfentyev — Professor, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Doctor of Art History, Professor of History, Corresponding Member of the Peter the Great Academy of Sciences and Arts, Honoured Scientist of the Russian Federation; Head of Department of Arts and Culture Studies (National Research South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk); director of RFH Grant aimed at research in artistic culture of the Southern Urals; author of more than 150 publications on the musical culture of the Old Believers of the Southern Urals.
  • Natalia V. Parfentyeva — Professor, Doctor of Art History, Member of the Composers of Russia, Corresponding Member of the Peter the Great Academy of Sciences and Arts, Honoured Arts Worker of the Russian Federation; Dean of the Faculty of History (National Research South Ural State University, Chelyabinsk); executor of RFH Grants in the artistic culture of the Southern Urals; organizer and director of cultural studies in the field of cultural education of young people and students.
  • Nicolai N. Petro — PhD, Professor of Social Sciences Rhode Island University, USA; author of studies on the Russian and international political anthropology, scientific writer, researcher of northwestern Russian culture.
  • Øyvind Ravna — Professor, Dr. Juris, University of Tromsø — The Arctic University of Norway; the European expert in northern and indigenous peoples’ studies; editor of scientific journals in the field of law problems of the indigenous peoples of the North (Arctic).
  • Irina B. Rubert — Professor, Doctor of Philological Sciences, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities (Saint-Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance); a leading Russian and European specialist in the field of cognitive linguistics, text linguistics, history of the English language, a member of SPELTA (the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language), a member of Russian public organization “Russian Association of Linguists-Cognitologists”, a member of the International Linguistic Association (ILA) and the Russian Society for the Study of Canada.
  • Roman V. Svetlov — Professor, Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Professor of the Faculty of Philosophy (Saint-Petersburg University); Professor of the Russian Humanitarian Christian Academy; the leading world’s specialist in the field of anthropology and cultural studies of Christianity; author of over 140 publications on this subject.
  • Andrey V. Smirnov — Doctor of Philosophical Sciences, Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Head of Institute of Philosophy RAS, Moscow; the world’s leading specialist in the field of Islamic studies; author of over 150 scientific publications on this subject.
  • Aleksey N. Tarbagaev — Head Chair of Criminal Law, Law Institute, Siberian Federal University, Doctor of Law, Professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation.
  • Elena G. Tareva — Professor, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, o Head of Department of the French Language and Linguistics (Moscow State Linguistic University, the Higher School of Economics); author of over 150 publications in the field of theory and methodology of teaching foreign languages; head of grant projects on this subject; supervisor of 28 theses for the degree of Candidate of Philological Sciences, a member of two dissertation councils.
  • Kristine Uzule — PhD (University of Birminghan, UK), Assistant Professor, Institute of Transport and Communications, Riga, Latvia, a European specialist in the field of cognitive and educational research.
  • Irina V. Shishko — Professor, Doctor of Juridical Sciences, Head of the Law Institute (Siberian Federal University); author of over 100 scientific publications.
  • Evgeniya V. Zander — Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Socio-economic planning at the Institute of Economics, Management and Environmental Studies (Siberian Federal University).