Réka Mascher-Frigyesi | Project | Vita | Publications 

08.2017 - 09.2017
Field research in New Zealand

10.2016 - 03.2017
Field research in New Zealand

Ph.D. student in the DFG funded research training group „Value and Equivalence“

Since 01.2016
Employee in the Education & Mediation Department, guided tours, and workshops at the Museum der Kulturen Basel

06.2015 - 06.2016
Project assistant in the Oceania Department at the Museum der Kulturen Basel for the permanent exhibition BIG- Things Interpretations Dimensions.

06.2015 - 01.2016
Cultural-Dialogician at the Museum der Kulturen Basel

04.2014 - 07.2016
Freelance employee at the Dreiländermuseum in Lörrach; Responsible for the scientific inventory of art and cultural objects

Graduation at the Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg in the subjects 
Social Anthropology and European Ethnology.
Thesis: "Christian Missionary in Siberia and the Effects on Shamanism on the Example of the Evenks"

Internship at the Johannes-Künzig-Institut in Freiburg i.Br., working on the database folklore europea

Timbered houses restoration from the 13th and 17th century in the old town of Nürnberg, painting and stucco work

06.-08. 2003
Assistance at the Picasso Exhibition in the collection of the University of Göttingen

Adivasi project in India with the Gandhi Peace Foundation

Research interests

Oceania and Australia, Central Asia, Polar Regions
Material culture, museum ethnology, anthropology of religion, historical anthropology