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山东大学Konstantinos Zorbas老师简介

Konstantinos Zorbas (希腊)



2007 剑桥大学 社会人类学 博士

2001 圣安德鲁斯大学 社会人类学 硕士

2000 色雷斯德谟克利特大学 历史与民族学 学士


10/2008–07/2010 色雷斯德谟克利特大学 讲师






‘Where official Justice ends, Theodicy begins: curse accusations and the rise of retaliatory shamanism in Tuva’. In the conference: ‘On Retaliation’, Max Planck Institute for Foreign and International Criminal Law, Freiburg, 26-29 October 2011.


Present: Religion and Law – exploring legal cultures and their frontiers in north Asia. [Key words: conflict, mediation, alternative justice, theodicy, Gananath Obeyesekere]


The fieldwork in Tuva was funded by an individual research grant, the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.


“Shamanism, Misanthropy, and Legally Unfathomable Crimes against Life in Tuva, Siberia”. In Anthropological PathwaysFestschrift – Essays in honour of Prof. N. Xirotiris. Forthcoming. 2016.

“Shirokogoroff’s Psychomental Complex as a Context for Analysing Shamanic Mediations in Medicine and Law (Tuva, Siberia)”. International Journal of Shamanistic Research [Institute of Ethnology, Hungarian Academy of Sciences], vol. 21, pp. 81-102. 2013.

Shamans and curses: catalysts and healers of curse afflictions in Tuva, Siberia” (in Greek). Folklore Journal [National Academy of Athens]. 2016.

“The Origins and Reinvention of Shamanic Retaliation in a Siberian City (Tuva Republic, Russia)”. Journal of Anthropological Research, vol. 71, pp. 401-422.2015.

“Judge Dredd visits Plato’s Republic: legal pluralism and shamanic justice in a Siberian city”

“Where official Justice ends, Theodicy begins: the rise of retaliatory shamanism in Tuva, Siberia”. In the volume ‘On Retaliation’, Max-Planck Institute for Social anthropology, Halle, Germany .

“Shirokogoroff’s ‘Psychomental Complex’ and its implications for a social epidemiology of present-day shamanism in north Asia”. In the ‘International Journal of Shamanistic Research’, Budapest .

“Shamans as catalysts and healers of affliction with curses in Tuva, Siberia” (in Greek). In the Journal ‘Folklore’, Athens, 2011.

“Urban shamans and their clients: coping with distress in the post-soviet age. In the volume “Cultural Environment of the Eastern Siberia and Mongolia”. Proceedings of the conference

“Cultural Environment of the Eastern Siberia and Mongolia”, published by the East Siberian State Academy of Culture and the Arts, Ulan-Ude, Russia, 2002.