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Understanding Violence

Past and Present

Saturday May 18, 12.00-1.40 PM  Room 501 


Session 9

Saturday (May 18):
12.00-1.40 PM
Room 501


Katarzyna Stokłosa

(U of Southern Denmark)


Tetiana Boriak

(Vilnius U, Lithuania)

Genocide, Memory, and Trauma Studies:

A New Multidisciplinary Approach to Holodomor Research


Nicholas Kupensky

(US Air Force Academy)

The Wild Fields: Zaporizhzhia and the Geographies of Barbarism


Anastasia Leshchyshyn

(McGill U, Canada)

Collective Violence through the Prism of Collective Memory: 

Insights from Russia’s War in Ukraine


David Lewis

(U of Exeter, UK)

Russia’s Occupation of Ukraine: Coercion, Discourse and Political Economy


Bertrand de Franqueville

(U of Ottawa, Canada)

Was the Azov Movement an Agent of the Ukrainian State or a Competing Force?



Jeffrey Meyers

(U of Alaska Anchorage, US)

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