Natalia Otrishchenko is responsible for coordinating two oral history projects within "Lviv Interactive" (LIA): "Artistic City and Urban Art: Lviv's Theaters after 1945," and "The Cinemas and Cinema Clubs of Lviv."
Natalia Otrishchenko leads the "U Stories: Oral History and Urban Experience" project at the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe. She holds MA in sociology, and is a graduate of the History Department at the Ivan Franko National University in Lviv (2012), as well as the MIHuS (Interinstitutional Individual Studies in Humanities) Program (2011). She is a post-graduate student at the Institute of Sociology, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in Methodology and Methods of Social Research (scientific supervisor - Yevhen Golovakha). Natalia Otrishchenko has studied at Berea College in the United States (2009-2010), the IEDC-Bled School of Management in Slovenia (2009), and the Warsaw University, Poland (2008).
Her academic interests include: methodology and methods of sociological research, projective methods, urban sociology, sociology of the everyday life.