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28.06.2015 Radio interview with experts of international school-workshop ‘Migration and the ethnicization of the urban space’
On June 17, 2015, the Radio Rossiya Tomsk programme ‘Hello, neighbours!’ hosted experts who have come to Tomsk to participate in the international school-workshop ‘Migration and the ethnicization of the urban space’ organized by the Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research (Tomsk State University) jointly with the Laboratory of Historical and Political Demography (Irkutsk State University), and the Friedrich Ebert Foundation in Russia:
On February 16, 2015, associate professor at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology (University of Warsaw, Poland) Agnieszka Halemba spoke to the Radio Rossiya about the specificities of studying religion and its place in modern society in anthropological perspective.
Chief Research Fellow of the LSAR, Professor Dmitry Funk was invited to take part in the programme ‘Evening Crossroads’ on the Radio Russia – Tomsk. Professor Funk told the audience about what social anthropology is and what Tomsk researchers study in this field.
Cambridge University lecturer Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov speaks on the Radio Russia – Tomsk programme about what the anthropology of happiness is, and explains why in different conditions some of us feel happy whereas others do not, and also elaborates on how the industry of happiness has changed over the past twenty five years.
Elena Miskova, Associate Professor at the Lomonosov Moscow State University Department of Ethnology told about what medical anthropology is and how society can benefit from it.
Elena V. Miskova, Associate Professor at the Lomonosov Moscow State University Department of Ethnology told about what applied anthropology is, how it emerged, what problems it seeks to resolve, and how society can benefit from it.
The ‘Separate Opinion’ radio programme themed ‘The anthropology of gifts: from New Year gifts for friends to political gifts for leaders’ hosted Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov, anthropologist and Cambridge University lecturer.
The Echo of Moscow – Tomsk ‘Separate Opinion’ programme invited Professor of Ural Federal University Elena G. Trubina, who specializes in urban anthropology, to discuss what the main problems of contemporary urban development are and how to solve them, what one should expect from cities in the future and a lot more.
14.11.2013 Press conference held by LSAR Research Board members at TSU Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography
On November 14, 2013, there was a press conference held by Research Board members of the Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research in the TSU Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography.
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’.