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Issues related to post-Soviet migrations and to their gender dimensions are seriously underexplored in Russia.1 It is true that there are many signs that research on migration is on the upswing and that this new work will derive much strength from established academic traditions. Concerning migration studies, the major thing needed now is sufficient time for scholars to comprehend and digest those new migration patterns brought about by the collapse of the former Soviet Union. In contrast, research on gender relations remains in its infancy. To extend the metaphor, the study of the intersection of gender and ethnicity (including migration as an ethnically based issue) is at best embryonic (Kosmarskaya 1995: 153). In fact, I am unaware of any academic book or paper especially focused upon women migrants, save for a small one by Galina Vitkovskaya (1995). Official migration statistics collected by the Federal Migration Service (FMS) and other state bodies provide nothing more than the number of migrating males and females according to age groups. Introduction Issues related to post-Soviet migrations and to their gender dimensions are seriously underexplored in Russia.1 It is true that there are many signs that research on migration is on the upswing and that this new work will derive m
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