Argudyaeva Yulia Viktorovna
02 November 1936, Khabarovsk
Biography, education, career:
On 3 February 1968 Yulia Argudyaeva defended her candidate dissertation titled Domestic Life of the Workers of Temlyuisk Cement-Slate Plant in Buryat Autonomous Soviet Republic in Relation to the Life of the Neighbouring Rural Population. On 9 February 2002 she defended her doctoral dissertation titled Old Believers in the Far East of Russia: Ethnocultural Development in the 2nd half of the 19th – early 20th centuries.
Areas of expertise: History and ethnography of Slavic peoples; History and ethnography of the Russians; History and ethnography of the peoples of Siberia, the Extreme North, and the Far East; History and ethnography of Chinese peoples; ethnic and ethnocultural history; family and domestic life; family and calendar rituals; demography; social science; religions of the Russians, Ukranians, and Belorussians of the Far East of Russia; interculturality between East Slavs and indigenous / newly-arrived East Asiatic peoples; Russian emigrants in North-East China and re-emigrants