Barents Centre of the Humanities

Separate subdivision of the Federal State Budgetary Institution of Science of the Federal Research Center «Kola Science Center » (BCH KSC RAS)

184209 Apatity, Murmansk obl., mkr. Akademgorodok, 40А
815-55-74-187; 79-119
815-55-74-187; 815-55-76-586

Дядик Владимир Владимирович

Dyadik Vladimir Vladimirovich

First Deputy General manager / Acting Director of the BCH KSC RAS (branch) , Candidate of Economic Sciences

Бодрова Ольга Александровна

Bodrova Olga Aleksandrovna

Senior Researcher / , Candidate of Historical Sciences

BCH the Kola Science Centre of RAS performs a comprehensive interdisciplinary research aimed at the study of the history, ethnicity, socio - and ethno-cultural dynamics in the Kola North. The beginning of his history of the Kola Science Centre of RAS leads from October 1994 when was created the international centre for the development of science, culture and education in the Barents Euro-Arctic region. The basis for the creation of the center was, among other, a Museum-archive of the history of the study and development of the European North of Russia.

BCH of the Russian Academy of Sciences performs scientific work in two main areas:

Kola North in the history and culture of Russia; preservation and study of cultural and scientific heritage: identification, systematization, scientific description and conservation.

Ethno-cultural processes in the European North of Russia in the context of modern social changes and retrospect studies. Socio-anthropological studies of cities and urban settlements. Traditional culture in the modern world.

Museum-Archive of the history of study and development of the European North

Permanent exhibitions of the Museum reflect the history of settlement, industrial and scientific development of the Kola Peninsula, the culture of indigenous peoples. The Museum collection is the result of many years of research and expedition activities.

Phone for inquiries and excursions: (81555) 79-255


Study of the history of development of the North-Western sector of the Russian Arctic;

Study of ethnic history and traditional culture of the population of the Kola Peninsula, modern ethnic processes;

Field ethnographic research;

Socio-anthropological studies: mobility and migration, religious life of the population of the region in retrospect and at the present stage;

Identification and preservation of cultural and scientific heritage.