60th Russian (with international participation) archaeological and ethnographic conference of students and young researchers
9 January 2020


Federal State-Funded Educational Institution of Higher Education

                                                                     "Irkutsk State University"                                                                

Research center "Baikal region" Laboratory of Geoarchaeology of Baikal Siberia


                                                             "Paleoethnology Research Center"

Information letter No. 1


Dear colleagues!


We invite you to take part in the 60th Russian (with international participation) archaeological and ethnographic conference of students and young researchers. The conference will be held in Russia, Irkutsk, on October 26-30, 2020.

Students, master-degree students, postgraduates and young scientists from Russia and other countries are invited to participate in the conference.

The work of conference is planned to be carried out in the following fields:

  1. Historiography, theory and methodology of archaeology.
  2. Stone Age.
  3. Paleometal era.
  4. Middle ages and Modern times.
  5. Anthropology, Ethnology and Ethnoarchaeology.
  6. Museology and the protection of cultural heritage.
  7. Information technologies in archaeological and ethnological researches.


Abstracts submission deadline January 20, 2020

Manuscripts for publication should be sent to e-mail: raesk2020@gmail.com .

Information about the accommodation will be provided in the following information letters.

Contact details

Executive Secretary: Alexandra Ulanova, tel. +7 964 103 86 05;

+7 (3952) 52-15-33, raesk2020@gmail.com

Conference Website: https://www.raesc.ru

Website of The research center "Baikal region": http://artifact.isu.ru

Website of The Сenter of the paleoethnological research: http://paleocentrum.ru




General requirements for manuscripts

  1. The manuscript should be sent as a Word file (DOC, DOCX) and scanned with a PDF (with a signature of scientific adviser) to the e-mail: raesk2020@gmail.com. The name of the file is the name of the author (eg., Ivanov.doc).
  2. Illustrations, tables, graphs and diagrams are not included in the text and should be attached as separate files. Do not use intervals, tab, forced hyphenation, macros and commands that run in automatic mode. You can create tables, graphs, and charts in Word and Excel.
  3. The total volume of the manuscript (including the title, abstract and key words in English, references, information about the authors) should not exceed 10 thousand printed signs (including spaces).
  4. The author and his scientific adviser are responsible for the originality of the materials proposed for publication. The organizing committee reserves the right to reject the materials in case of non-compliance with the requirements.


Requirements for the manuscript formalization


The manuscript sent to the editors should be arranged as follows:

1. Title of the publication, brief information about the author(s). Footnote about the source of funding for the study is given after the title, if it is necessary.


The results of experimental verification of one of the hypotheses on the recon- struction of vessels of the Khaita type*

I. V. Ulanov, A. V. Verenskaya

Irkutsk State University, Irkutsk

The research was supported by the grant from the Government of the Russian Federation, the project № 

2. The main part of the paper.

3. Information about the scientific adviser: full name, degree, rank, place of work.

4. List of references.

5. Initials and surnames of authors in Russian.

6. The title of the article in the author's translation into Russian.

7. A brief summary in Russian of 800–1000 characters.

8. Keywords in Russian (6-8 words).

9. Information about the author: full name, year of study, name of organization of work and study, e- mail.

Ivanov Ivan Ivanovich


1 st year Master Student


Irkutsk State University


e-mail: noname@gmail.com



9. Figure captions.

10. Table captions.

11. List of abbreviations.

Requirements for references

1. Internal links in the text must be given in square bracket: [Ivanov, Petrov, 2001, pp. 48–56]. If there are more than three authors, the name of the work is reduced to two or three words in square brackets: [The multilayered settlement of Adorma ... , 2007]. At coincidence of authors’ surnames and year of publication the last of these is supplemented by the letter designation (a, b, c...) in the reference and in the list of references. Only provide references for the literature cited in the article.

2. The references should be arranged alphabetically without numbering. References should be made as introduced example shown below. All authors should be obligatory given. Publishers must be given for monographs. If the article has a DOI (Digital Object Identifier), it is strongly recommended to write one.

List of references (sample)

Bazaliiskii V. I. The Neolithic of the Baikal Region on the Basis of Mortuary Materials // Prehis- toric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia / ed. by A. W. Weber, H. G. McKenzie. Edmonton : Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press, 2003. P. 37–50.

Kiriushin K. Yu., Kiriushin Yu. F., Glushkov I. G. The use of Animal Hair in Ceramic Manufac- turing at the Tytkesken-2 Neolithic Site, Western Siberia. Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia. 2012. Vol. 40. Is. 4. P. 41–50. https://doi.org/10.1016/_j.aeae.2013.04.005

Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia. Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Life Ways / ed. by A. W. Weber, M. A. Katzenberg, Th. G. Schurr. Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2010. 319 p.

Upper Paleolithic mammal fauna of the Baikal region, East Siberia (new data) / F. Khenzykhenova, T. Sato, E. Lipnina, G. Medvedev, H. Kato, S. Kogai, K. Maximenko, V. Novoselzeva // Quaternary International. 2011. Vol. 231. Is. 1-2. P. 50–54. https://doi.org/10.1016/_j.quaint.2010.06.032

Preliminary results of new excavations at the Palaeolithic site of Kulbulak (Uzbekistan) / D. Flas, K. Kolobova, K. Pavlenok, D. A. G. Vandenberghe, M. De Dapper, S. Leschisnky, B. Viola, U. Islamov, A. P. Derevianko, N. Cauwe // Antiquity Project Gallery. 2010. Vol. 84. Is. 325. available at: http://www.antiquity.ac.uk/projgan/flas325/ (date of access: 20.12.2018)


Requirements to figures and tables

1. Figures should be black and white (A4 format) and should be saved in TIF, JPEG format. All illustrations must have resolution 300 dpi. Links to figures in the text should be enclosed in parentheses – (Fig. 1.). If you need to specify the individual images in the picture, it should be done in the following way – (Fig 2, 5, 7–9); if links is made to a few drawings – (Fig. 3, 4–9; 4, 3, 5–8).

2. Tables and diagrams are presented in electronic form in Word and Excel. Links to the table are placed in parentheses in the article - (tab. 1; tab. 3–4).