(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Jaroslava Panakova-Bagdasarova

Beneficiary country: 
Panakova-Bagdasarova Jaroslava Slovakia Born on 31 March 1980 in Martin, Slovakia
Country of study: 
Russian Federation
Last degree obtained: 

St. Petersburg State University, Faculty of Sociology, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation: Master of Arts A in Social Anthropology (June 2004).

Scholarly work and publications: 

‘Others’ in the city: the problem of inclusion. (The case of Chukchi students in St. Petersburg). Master’s Thesis, St. Petersburg University, 2004.

The city as gesture (St. Petersburg), Dominoforum N°16, p.18, 2003.

The drift of identities in the foreign cultural environment. In Siberia. The problems of Siberian identity. Edited by Boronoev A.O., St. Petersburg, 2003.

What the fellow says:

"The UNESCO/Keizo Obuchi fellowship helped me study how migration provides an insight into the cultural mosaic of the contemporary world, helping to develop my career as an anthropologist."