Tranzit House is hosting its first exhibit featuring pieces depicting ethnology students’ relationship with their research field. TÉNYKÉPEK opened to the public on the 15th of May 2017.
The exhibition created and coordinated by Csiki Réka Orsolya and Kiss Anna-Ilona, BA graduate students in Cultural Studies enables its visitors to see what the students do on their fieldworks, what a large scale of interests they have, and to present to the public the work of these young researchers.
The organizer students said that they find it important for this work to be shown, not only to communicate options to the next generations of students, but to show parts of ethnology and cultural studies research to a broader audience also. f