Politics of Distorted Numbers: How Russia is Counting Displaced Ukrainians and Why?
Lidia Kuzemska on the symbolical meanings of scales of displacement and return for state actors.
Wissenschaftliche Gesprächsräume in Zeiten des Umbruchs
Das Forum Transregionale Studien begrüßt 50 Fellows aus über 23 Ländern.
Resilience and Connection. A field report on the international congress “Rethinking Ukraine and Europe: New Challenges for Historians”
Denys Shatalov, member of the Prisma Ukraїna War, Migration, Memory research group, shares his experiences from the …
“Photographers are very eloquent speakers” – A Conversation with Jessica Zychowicz and Mariia Kravchenko
New on TRAFO – Blog for Transregional Research: Sophie Schmäing interviews Mariia Kravchenko and Jessica Zychowicz
Identity Migration of Orthodox Churches During the War in Ukraine (Since 2014)
New article by Tetiana Kalenychenko and Denys Brylov in our TRAFO Blog series »War, Migration and Memory«
CANCELLED: Humanities and Social Sciences in Times of Crises: Back to Provincialism?
Conference of the Forum Transregionale Studien is cancelled!
Cats in the Street Art of LBWS CAT UKRAINE: Constructing Cultural Memory in Wartime
By Yuliya Stodolinska on the surge of artistic practices in Ukraine as a response to Russia’s invasion
Ukrainian Forcefully Displaced Persons in Germany: To Stay or to Leave?
New article by Natalia Zaitseva-Chipak in our TRAFO Blog series »War, Migration and Memory«
Militarized Cancer: People with a Diagnosis and the War in Ukraine
New article byPrisma Ukraïna Fellow Olha Labur, published on TRAFO Blog.
“Somewhere on a subconscious level, I continued to evaluate and perceive the outbreak of the war through analogies with WWII” – 5in10 with Denys Shatalov
Interview with Prisma Ukraïna Fellow Denys Shatalov, published on TRAFO Blog.
“Why people move, or, rather, why some move and others stay always intrigued me” – 5in10 with Lidia Kuzemska
Interview with Prisma Ukraïna Fellow Lidia Kuzemska, published on TRAFO Blog.
The ‘Emergency Grab Bag’ of Memory, or the Tonalities of News Headlines About the War in Ukraine – Part Twо
New article by Olha Haidamachuk in our TRAFO Blog series »War, Migration and Memory«
“We need humanities to deal with processes, which are not instantly visible, but call for the in-depth analyses to understand them” – 5in10 with Alina Mozolevska
Interview with Prisma Ukraïna Fellow Alina Mozolevska
“This is a significant time for the social sciences and humanities, which explore the world of ideas and beliefs.” – 5in10 with Yuliia Soroka
Interview with Prisma Ukraïna Fellow Yuliia Soroka
The Power of Maps and Geographic Imagery in Digital Communication: Narrating Russia’s War in Ukraine
New article by Alina Mozolevska in our TRAFO Blog series »War, Migration and Memory«
“In time of war, memory becomes a powerful resource” – 5in10 with Olha Haidamachuk
Interview with Prisma Ukraïna Fellow Olha Haidamachuk
From a Pilfered Nail to a Stolen Tank: The Role of a Media Event in the Consolidation of the Ukrainian Political Nation
By Mykola Homanyuk and Janush Panchenko in our TRAFO Blog series »War, Migration and Memory«
“War pushes the trivial out of memory” – 5in10 with Mykola Homanyuk
Interview with Prisma Ukraïna Fellow Mykola Homanyuk
The ‘Emergency grab bag’ of Memory, or the Tonalities of News Headlines About the War in Ukraine – Pt 1
By Olha Haidamachuk in our TRAFO Blog series »War, Migration and Memory«