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Dr. Iuliia Buyskykh has received her interdisciplinary education from the Department of History of Kyiv National University of Taras Shevchenko where she has acquired BA in history (2006), MA in Ethnology (2007) and PhD in ethnology (2010). During her career Dr. Iuliia Buyskykh had lectured in the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine (lecture course „Mythology of the Ancient World“), had held research positions at the State Scientific Centre of the Protection of Cultural Heritage from Technological Disasters (Kyiv) and Ryl’sky Institute of Art Studies, Folklore and Ethnology (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv). Now she is enrolled in the Scholarship Program of the Polish Government for Young Academicians at Warszaw University. Her extensive experience in ethnological (covering 15 districts of Ukraine) and archeological (ancient Greek colony of Pontic Olbia, Paleolithic site Malyj Rakovec, Mesolithic site Mira, Early Slavic Settlement in Tcherkas’ka Oblast) fieldwork empowers her publishing extremely widely. Dr.Iuliia Buyskykh has already published more than 50 research articles touching upon a variety of topics in anthropology, gender studies, urban studies, medical anthropology, and political science: traditional mythological beliefs, medical subculture, urban families, political events in Ukraine, etc.