Guest
Douglas Rogers, Associate Professor of Anthropology

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Episode: May 14, 2014

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His research and teaching interests include political and economic anthropology, natural resource extraction and energy, the anthropology of religion, and socialist societies and their postsocialist trajectories. He has done archival and ethnographic research in Russia since 1994. We talk with Douglas Rogers about Oil Culture: Producing the New Russia.

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