8.01.17 A collection of articles “Man in a Changing World. Identity and Social Adaptation: Past and Present” reviewed
The ‘Bulletin of Tomsk State University. History’ published a review of the collection of articles “Man in a Changing World. Identity and Social Adaptation: Past and Present” that had been compiled by the Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research following a same-titled conference held at TSU in 2014.
TSU Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research, TSU Laboratory of Biogeochemical and Remote Monitoring Methods, and Bio-Clim-Land Centre of Excellence together with Scientific Research Institute of Biology and Biophysics and Policy Analysis and Studies of Technology Centre (PAST-Centre) are pleased to invite master students, doctoral, and postdoctoral researchers to take part in the 3rd International STS Summer School ‘Anthropology of Science and Modern Forms of Life: Camera Ethnography as an Approach to Studying Laboratory Practices’.
The end of 2016 turned out to be pretty much filled with LSAR educational events. In the months of November and December, LSAR students of anthropology and all interested had a chance to attend lectures and seminars given by several guest Russian scholars.
27.11.16 Studying borders
From September 27 to October 12, 2016, Ivan O. Peshkov, a lecturer from the University of Poznan (Poland) and specialist in migration, borders research, and historical memory, gave a series of lectures at the Laboratory for Social and Anthropological Research.
Almost each and every researcher, irrespective of his/her academic title or position, is aware of such notions as ‘Web of Science’, ‘Scopus’, ‘Quartile’, ‘Impact-factor’, etc. All of them originate in the international practice of scientometrics but have increasingly been used as criteria for evaluation of Russian scientists’ work.