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Ukraine at War

PROGRAM 2022

Social Sciences Building (FSS) 4007 University of Ottawa Campus
 

Thursday October 13

Information Warfare

 3.00 - 4.30 PM                                                           

MODERATORS:

ANNA COLIN LEBEDEV

(U Paris Nanterre, France, anna_lebedev@yahoo.com) 

DARIA MATTINGLY(U of Cambridge, UK, dm628@cam.ac.uk

  • AARON BRANTLY 
    (Virginia Tech, US, abrantly@vt.edu)
     
    The Impact of Open-Source Intelligence on the Framing of the War 

     

  • ROMAN HORBYK 
    (Örebro U, Sweden, roman.horbyk@oru.se)
     
    The Unexpected Weapon: Civilian and Military Mobile Phone Use in the War

     

  • DARIA TARADAI (U Kyïv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine, daria.taradai@gmail.com) 
    The Challenges of Fact-Checking while Covering the War 

 4.30 - 5.00 PM                                                          

Coffee Break
Four New Books on the War in Ukraine

 5.00 - 7.00 PM                                                          

MODERATORS:
OXANA SHEVEL
(Tufts U, US, oxana.shevel@tufts.edu

IOULIA SHUKAN

(U Paris Nanterre, France, ioulia.shukan@gmail.com)

  • STÉPHANE SIOHAN 
    (Journalist, Libération, Ukraine, stephane.siohan@gmail.com)
     
    Volodymyr Zelensky : dans la tête d’un héros (Robert Laffont 2022)
     

  • OLGA ONUCH 
    (U of Manchester, UK, olga.onuch@manchester.ac.uk)
     
    HENRY E. HALE 
    (George Washington U, US, hhale@gwu.edu)
     

    The Zelensky Effect (Hurst Publishers 2022)
     

  • ANNA COLIN LEBEDEV 
    (U Paris Nanterre, France, anna_lebedev@yahoo.com)
     
    Jamais frères? Russie-Ukraine, une tragédie post-soviétique (Éditions du Seuil 2022)

     

  • DOMINIQUE AREL (Chair of Ukrainian Studies, U of Ottawa, Canada, darel@uottawa.ca) 
    JESSE DRISCOLL (U California San Diego, US, jesse.driscoll@gmail.com) 
    Ukraine’s Unnamed War: Before the Russian Invasion of 2022 (Cambridge University Press, 2022)

7.00-8.00 PM

Opening Reception

All are invited!

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Friday October 14

The Economic Costs of the War

 9.00 - 10.30 AM                                                        

MODERATORS:

OXANA SHEVEL
(Tufts U, US, oxana.shevel@tufts.edu

IOULIA SHUKAN
(U Paris Nanterre, France, ioulia.shukan@gmail.com)

  • SOPHIE LAMBROSCHINI 
    (Centre Marc Bloch, Germany/George Washington U, US, sophie_lambro@yahoo.com)
     
    Public Utilities (Water, Electricity) in Occupied Territories

     

  • ANASTASIA FOMITCHOVA 
    (U Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France, anastasia.fomitchova@gmail.com) 
    The Impact of the Full-Scale War on Ukrainian Oligarchs

     

  • YULIA YURCHENKO 
    (U of Greenwich, UK, y.yurchenko@greenwich.ac.uk) 
    Postwar Reconstruction: Planning a Sustainable Economy for Ukraine

 10.30 - 11.00 AM                                                       

Coffee Break
International Crimes

 11.00 AM - 12:00 PM                                                

MODERATORS:

DOMINIQUE AREL
(U of Ottawa, Canada, darel@uottawa.ca

DARIA MATTINGLY

(U of Cambridge, UK, dm628@cam.ac.uk)

  • GRAEME ROBERTSON
    (U of North Carolina Chapel Hill, US, graeme@email.unc.edu)
     
    Data for Ukraine: An Early Alarm System on Civilian Resistance and Human Rights Abuses 

     

  • MARIE LAMENSCH
    (Project Coordinator and Researcher at the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights (MIGS), Concordia University, marie.lamensch74@outlook.com)
     
    The Global Parliamentary Alliance Against Atrocity Crimes in Ukraine Initiative  

 12.00  - 1.00 PM                                                        

Lunch Break
Geopolitics of War

 1.00 - 2.30 PM                                                           

MODERATORS:

DOMINIQUE AREL
(U of Ottawa, Canada, darel@uottawa.ca

OXANA SHEVEL

(Tufts U, US, oxana.shevel@tufts.edu)

DISCUSSION PARTICIPANTS:

JESSE DRISCOLL, KATERYNA ZAREMBO

 2.30 - 3.00 PM                                                          

Coffee Break
Artistic Creativity in War

 3.00 - 5.00 PM                                                          

MODERATORS:

MAYHILL FOWLER
(Stetson U, US, mfowler1974@gmail.com

DARIA MATTINGLY

(U of Cambridge, UK, dm628@cam.ac.uk)

  • The Fountain of Exhaustion Project
    MARIA LANKO, Art Curator 
    (Ukraine, lanko@thenakedroom.com)
     

    PAVLO MAKOV, Artist 
    (Ukraine/Italy, pavlo.makov@gmail.com)
     
    ANDREW DANYLIW 
    (Canada, Danyliw Foundation)

     

  •  Arts and War
    MARIIA SHUVALOVA 
    (U Kyïv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine, mareverborum@gmail.com)
     
    Literature as a Tool of Propaganda

    DIÁNA VONNÁK 
    (U of St Andrews, Scotland, UK, dv45@st-andrews.ac.uk)
    Rescuing and Safeguarding Museum Collections in Ukraine

 

Saturday October 15

Mass Displacement

 9.00 - 11.00 AM                                                        

MODERATORS:

OXANA SHEVEL

(Tufts U, US, oxana.shevel@tufts.edu)

IOULIA SHUKAN
(U Paris Nanterre, France, ioulia.shukan@gmail.com

  • ANDRIY KOHUT 
    (Director, SBU State Archive, Ukraine, andriy@kohut.in.ua)
     
    How to Conceptualize Deportation Measures by Russian Regimes 

     

  • ANNA WYLEGALA 
    (Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland, annawylegala@gmail.com) 
    From Deportation to Siberia to Escaping Mariupol 

     

  • DARIA YASHKINA 
    (Karazin National U, Kharkiv, Ukraine/U of Valladolid, Spain, dariayashkina@karazin.ua)
     
    Living by Yourself Outside Home: The Case of Ukrainian Migrants 

     

  • OKSANA MIKHEIEVA 
    (Ukrainian Catholic U, Ukraine/European U Viadrina Frankfurt, Germany, mikheieva@ucu.edu.ua)
     
    Forced Migration from Ukraine to Germany, 2014-2022 

 11.00 - 11.30 AM                                                       

Coffee Break
Remembering the Painful Past

 11.30 AM - 1:00 PM                                                  

MODERATORS:

MAYHILL FOWLER
(Stetson U, US, mfowler1974@gmail.com

DARIA MATTINGLY

(U of Cambridge, UK, dm628@cam.ac.uk)

  • OLHA POLIUKHOVYCH
    (U Kyïv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine/U of Vienna, Austria, olga.poliukhovych@gmail.com)
    Reconsidering Ukrainian Culture in the Post World War II German DP Camps 

     

  • KAROLINA KOZIURA
    (New School U, US, koziura.karolina@gmail.com)

    Creating the Public Memory of the Holodomor in the Diaspora 

     

  • ALEXANDRA GOUJON
    (U de Bourgogne, France, goujona@club-internet.fr)

    Memory and Civic Nationalism in Local Museums since 2014 

 1.00 - 2.00 PM                                                          

Lunch Break
The Transformation of Identities

 2.00 - 3.30 PM                                                         

MODERATORS:

ANNA COLIN LEBEDEV

(U Paris Nanterre, France, anna_lebedev@yahoo.com)

IOULIA SHUKAN
(U Paris Nanterre, France, ioulia.shukan@gmail.com)

  • DENYS GORBACH 
    (SciencesPo, Paris, France, denys.gorbach@sciencespo.fr)
     
    Eastern Ukrainian Identity Before and After the Invasion in Kryvyi Rih

     

  • OLEKSANDRA DEINEKO 
    (Karazin National U, Kharkiv, Ukraine /Oslo Metropolitan U, Norway, deineko@karazin.ua)
     
    Crucial Changes in Ukrainian Society During the War 

     

  • KATERYNA ZAREMBO 
    (U Kyïv Mohyla Academy, Ukraine/Technical U Darmstadt, Germany, kateryna.zarembo@gmail.com) 
    The Sun of Ukraine Rises in the Donbas (Sontse Ukraïny vstaie na Donbas) (New Book, Choven, 2022)

     

  • CATHERINE WANNER 
    (Penn State U, US, cew10@psu.edu) 
    Everyday Religiosity and Belonging in post-2014 Ukraine (New Book, Cornell University Press 2022)

 3.30 - 4.00 PM                                                         

Coffee Break
ROUNDTABLE  Rethinking Academic Research after the Invasion

 4.00 - 5.00 PM                                                         

MODERATORS:

ANNA COLIN LEBEDEV

(U Paris Nanterre, France, anna_lebedev@yahoo.com)

MAYHILL FOWLER 
(Stetson U, US, mfowler1974@gmail.com)

  • NATALIA OTRISHCHENKO 
    (Center for Urban History, Lviv, Ukraine/Columbia U, US, n.otrishchenko@lvivcenter.org)
     
    The 24/02/22, 5 am Documentation Initiative 

     

  • JOHN VSETECKA (Michigan State U, US, vsetecka@msu.edu) 
    Where Do We Go From Here? Rethinking Historical Research on Ukraine