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BOOK REVIEW: MOKHOV S. THE ARCHEOLOGY OF RUSSIAN DEATH. ETHNOGRAPHY OF FUNERAL BUSINESS IN MODERN RUSSIA. MOSCOW: “KHAMOVNIKI”;  COMMON PLACE — 192 P. ISBN 978–5–6044850–3–3

Irina Ivleva (irina_ivleva07@mail.ru)

 Saint Petersburg State University

Citation: Ivleva I. (2021) Book review: Mokhov S. The Archeology of Russian Death. Ethnography of Funeral Business in Modern Russia. Moscow: “Khamovniki”; Common Place (in Russian) — 192 p. Zhurnal sotsiologii i sotsialnoy antropologii [The Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology], 24(2): 236–241 (in Russian). https://doi.org/10.31119/jssa.2021.24.2.9

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