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6.04.14 TSU Alma Mater on open lectures organized by the Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research

The Tomsk State University Alma Mater newspaper tells about a series of open lectures by Moscow Higher School of Economics Associate Professor Oleg Oberemko and Cambridge University lecturer Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov carried out at the TSU Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research in March 2014.

3.04.14 N. Ssorin-Chaikov’s interview with the TV2 channel

On the ‘Chas Pik Subbota’ (*Saturday Rush Hour) programme research fellow and lecturer at the Cambridge University Department of Social Anthropology (UK) Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov told about areas of his research that include such topics as ethnography of the state, anthropology of empire, image of the enemy, and the topography of happiness in the public consciousness.

1.04.14 Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov’s interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda

Cambridge University lecturer Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov (PhD in Anthropology) shared his plans for collaboration with TSU researchers with correspondents of the Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper.

25.03.14 Dmitry Funk’s interview with the TV2 channel

Head of the research project ‘Man in a Changing World. Identity and Social Adaptation: Past and Present’ Professor Dmitry Funk gave an interview on the TV2 channel’s programme ‘Chas Pik’ (*Rush Hour) themed ‘The urban life of indigenous peoples’.

15.03.14 Oleg Oberemko on TSU TV

Oleg Oberemko, a well-known expert in the field of contemporary sociological methods, gave an interview to the TSU TV. Within a number of research projects Oleg Oberemko studied social changes in science, education, charity and business as well as issues of forced migration and socialization of the population. One of the key aspects of his work is a special understanding of identity.

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