About the mega grant and plans as to the development of the Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research created at TSU Department of History spoke in his interview with Alma Mater Professor Dmitry Funk (Dr. Sc. (History)), Chair of Department of Siberia and the North (RAS Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology).
The Echo of Moscow – Tomsk programme ‘Cultural Layer’ held a conversation with Chief Research Fellow at the TSU Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research, expert in ethnology - Professor Dmitry Funk who answered questions about how indigenous peoples of Siberia live today and what is meant by the term ‘Siberian’.
Alma Mater published an article about TSU master students who took part in an international summer school held at Maastricht University (the Netherlands). Among them was Albina Rasskazchikova, anthropology student of TSU Department of History and LSAR assistant
Alma Mater tells about the victory of a group of TSU historians and ethnologists of the Department of History in a competition for the state mega grant funding. They had presented a project designed to comprehensively study humans in a changing world, their past and present identities and social adaptation issues.
16.05.13 The ‘Science and Technology of the Russian Federation’ portal on the creation of a laboratory of social anthropology in Tomsk
The e-portal ‘Science and Technology of the Russian Federation’ reveals the plans for the future of Tomsk researchers following their victory in the Russian Government mega grant competition. Under the research project ‘Man in a Changing World. Identity and Social Adaptation: Past and Present’, a laboratory for social and anthropological research will be established at Tomsk State University.