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Topical Tuesdays: What is Anthropology and its value in the world? with Dr Marina Sapritsky-Nahum, current parent

28 NOVEMBER 2023


Zoom Webinar

The Topical Tuesdays series sees guests speakers from the St Paul’s Community share their take on the current environment.

For this Topical Tuesdays talk, hosted by the High Master, we will hear from current parent, Dr Marina Sapritsky-Nahum.

Dr Marina Sapritsky-Nahum is a social anthropologist and author of Jewish Odesa: Negotiating Identities and Traditions in Contemporary Ukraine.  She is a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and the University College London (UCL), currently working as a researcher on an interdisciplinary project sponsored by the German Research Foundation (DFG) focused on Jewish Heritage in Europe and Ukrainian Jewish refugee experiences in Berlin.

Marina will talk about her own fieldwork and the changing state of her field site affected by the war in Ukraine.

It is free to register for any of our virtual events. However, if you wish to express your appreciation for the programme, please make a donation to the Shaping our Future bursary fund and help talented boys benefit from a St Paul’s education, please click here.

Suggested donation – £10 per household.

Find out more about St Paul’s Topical events here

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