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    2nd Siberian Indian Summer School on Human Ethology, 2003

2nd Siberian Indian Summer School on Human Ethology (HESISS2003), September 7th-11th, 2003 (Novosibirsk)

Journal Announcements

    This year Siberian Indian School has been hosted by the Research Institute for Molecular Biology and Biophysics, one of the biomedical institutes of the Siberian division of the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (held in Eltzovka, Novosibirsk). In the wake of this school, the plan has emerged to translate all lecturersí presentations in Russian and publish them in a special issue of the Bulletin of the Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. It has been also suggested that the undergraduate and PhD students would join the journal project with the abstracts of their poster and oral presentations. Everyone involved has agreed to make a contribution. The organizers of the school (Drs. Frank Salter, Arcady Putilov, and Mark Shtark) have been invited to serve as the scientific editors of this journal issue. Now we are asking the lecturers and organizers (Frank Salter, Wulf Schiefenhövel, Karl Grammer, Henry Harpending, Thomas Bouchard, Michael McGuire, Pierre van den Berghe, Siegfried Frey, Juri Plusnin, Zhanna Reznikova, Arcady Putilov, and Mark Shtark) to submit for publication their full scale presentations. The students who contributed with the oral and poster presentations (Olga Lopaeva, Polina Schumnaya, Elena Nikitina, Lyudmila Pylkova, Vitaliy Vedernikov, Anton Varlamov, Boris Pinchasov, Tatjana Mischakova, Olesya Schepina, and Sophia Panteleeva) are welcome to submit the abstracts of their presentations by November 15th, 2003.

    Another plan is to encourage even much wider international exchange of ideas and research results in the field of human ethology between the scientists from different parts of the West World and the scientists from the former East European block. We are thinking about launching the first Internet journal designed to allow rapid online publications of the research articles and reviews written either in English or in any other European language (with only abstract in English). We kindly ask both the scientists who would love to edit and review the journal contributions and the students who would love to work on the web-page design to contact Drs. Frank Salter and Arcady Putilov for further discussion of ideological, scientific and practical issues of this project.