PhD student and Junior research associate at the Institute of Lithuanian Literature and Folklore
Since 2017. PhD student in Ethnology. Working title of Phd thesis: “Lithuanian sacred sites: concept and definition”. Thesis focuses on phenomenology and human relationship with a place in forms of folklore, mythology and literature.
Works at the Institute since 2019 as junior research associate in project “Re-storied Sites and Routes as Inclusive Spaces and Places: Shared Imaginations and Multi-layered Heritage”.
Research interests: phenomenology, phenomenological philosophy, relationship with a place, pre-Christian sacred sites, post-processual archaeology, indigenous culture.