Anna Mossolova

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My MSCA postdoctoral project ‘Post-Repatriation: Collaborative Methodologies to Enhance Multivocality’ focuses on Indigenous research methodologies and partnerships in community-based research in anthropology and archaeology. Advocating for multivocality and decolonising research practices, the project analyses the re-installation and re-socialisation of cultural heritage returned to descendant communities. The project also explores the collaborative ways of knowledge co-production and dissemination informed by Indigenous knowledge systems and traditions.

Tags: Ethnography, Archaeology, Arctic, Material culture, Heritage, Social Anthropology

Publications

Mossolova, Anna; Michael, Drew (2021). Yup'ik Masks in the Precontact Past and the Contested Present. World Archaeology, 52 (5), 667−684. DOI: 10.1080/00438243.2021.1993989.

Mossolova, Anna (2020). Innovation and Healing in Contemporary Yup’ik Mask Making. Anthropologica, 62 (2), 365−379. 10.3138/anth-2018-0099.

Mossolova, Anna; Knecht, Rick; Masson-McLean, Edouard; Houmard, Claire (2019). Hunted and Honoured: Animal Representations in Precontact Masks from the Nunalleq Site, Southwest Alaska. Études/Inuit/Studies, 43 (1-2), 107−136. DOI: 10.7202/1071942ar.

Mossolova, Anna; Knecht, Rick (2019). Bridging Past and Present: A Study of Precontact Yup'ik Masks from the Nunalleq Site, Alaska. Arctic Anthropology, 56 (1), 18−38. DOI: 10.3368/aa.56.1.18.

  • Mossolova, Anna (2020). Innovation and Healing in Contemporary Yup’ik Mask Making. Anthropologica. ISSN 0003-5459. 62(2), p. 365–379. doi: 10.3138/anth-2018-0099.
  • Mossolova, Anna (2020). Yup'ik Masks in the Precontact Past and the Contested Present. World archaeology. ISSN 0043-8243. 52(5), p. 667–678. doi: 10.1080/00438243.2021.1993989.
  • Mossolova, Anna & Knecht, Rick (2019). Bridging Past and Present: A Study of Precontact Yup'ik Masks from the Nunalleq Site, Alaska. Arctic Anthropology. ISSN 0066-6939. 56(1), p. 18–38. doi: 10.3368/aa.56.1.18.
  • Mossolova, Anna; Knecht, Rick; Masson-McLean, Edouard & Houmard, Claire (2019). Hunted and Honoured: Animal Representations in Precontact Masks from the Nunalleq Site, Southwest Alaska. Études / Inuit / Studies. ISSN 0701-1008. 43(1-2), p. 107–136. doi: 10.7202/1071942ar.

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  • Mossolova, Anna (2020). Mending the breaks: revival and recovery in Southwest Alaska mask-making tradition. Tallinn University Press.

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