Three Tales from Kharkiv:
Ethnographic Fragments of Displacement and Resilience from the Ukraine War
Danilo Mandić, Associate Senior Lecturer on Sociology, Harvard University
For millions of people…the war’s horror did not begin in February 2022. It only escalated. The 7.7 million refugees registered across Ukrainian borders since then is alarming enough. But, by conservative estimates, many more forced migrants are displaced within Ukraine. Most of them are from eastern parts of the country, are Russian-language speakers, and have experienced chronic displacement and dispossession since 2014. Their lives, livelihoods, and health—physical and mental—have been endangered for years.
To participate in the seminar, please sign up below and read the attached article "Why Ukraine’s Millions of Displaced People Will Define Its Future" from the Journal of Democracy. Lunch will be available.
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