Anna Varfolomeeva specializes in environmental anthropology focusing on human – landscape and human – resource relations, history of labor, and the studies of indigeneity. She holds a PhD degree in Environmental Sciences and Policy from Central European University (2019), where she also did her Master’s in Nationalism Studies. Her PhD project focused on the articulations of indigenous identity in relation to mining in two Russian regions (Karelia and Buryatia) with the case studies of Veps and Soiot minorities. Before starting PhD, Anna was a visiting researcher at Uppsala Centre for Russian and Eurasian Studies. She received fellowships for short-term research stays at the University of Aberdeen (2017) and the University of Copenhagen (2018). She is a co-editor of the edited volume Multispecies Households in the Saian Mountains: Ecology at the Russia-Mongolia Border (with Alex Oehler, University of Northern British Columbia). Anna’s full list of publications can be found here.