Project: What Does it Mean to Be a Refugee? Sites of Knowledge Production and Their Asymmetrical Entanglements
Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ger Duijzings
Vita Zelenska is a researcher, curator, and artist working in the spheres of the anthropology of sound, cultural anthropology, and sound studies. She graduated from the European University at Saint-Petersburg with a major in cultural anthropology (MA). Her research interests include political agency, subjectivity, and production of space (space-in-the-making).
Her current project at the Leibniz ScienceCampus focuses on knowledge-making about what it “means” to be a refugee. The project applies asymmetric non-comparative research that will be conducted in Greece and the USA.