Kategorie: Prisma Ukraïna

“Somewhere on a subconscious level, I continued to evaluate and perceive the outbreak of the war through analogies with WWII” – 5in10 with Denys Shatalov

Denys Shatalov is an independent scholar and a 2022/2023 non-resident Prisma Ukraïna Fellow at the Forum Transregionale Studien. His current research focuses on representations of WWII in Soviet memoirs published after the war. Along with his engagement in memory and memory politics studies, he also conducts research on the history of the ‘Cossack Myth’.

DGO-Jahrestagung „Flucht und Exil im östlichen Europa. Macht und Ohnmacht“, 15-16 Juni 2023, Berlin

von Sophie Schmäing und Ricarda Fait. Seit dem 24. Februar 2022 hat der russische Angriffskriegs mehr als 8 Millionen Menschen zur Migration gezwungen und weitere 5 Millionen zu Vertriebenen in ihrem eigenen Land gemacht. Mit ihrem Schwerpunkt auf Flucht und Exil im östlichen Europa widmete die Deutsche Gesellschaft für Osteuropakunde (DGO) ihre Jahrestagung also zweifelsohne einem hochaktuellen Thema. Ein Bericht.

The ‘Emergency Grab Bag’ of Memory, or the Tonalities of News Headlines About the War in Ukraine – Part Twо

By Olha Haidamachuk. The war forces you to hastily gather your whole life into a small emergency grab bag and urgently leave your home. Only your memories stay fully with you. The headlines in media outlets and their vocabulary set the tone for the perception by the reader and certain kinds of “emergency grab bags” of memories about a war.

“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

Alina Mozolevska is a professor in the Faculty of Philology at Petro Mohyla Black Sea National University (Mykolaiv, Ukraine). Located in Saarbrucken, Germany, she is a 2022/2023 non-resident Prisma Ukraïna Fellow at the Forum Transregionale Studien.

“This is a significant time for the social sciences and humanities, which explore the world of ideas and beliefs.” – 5in10 with Yuliia Soroka

Yuliia Soroka is a sociologist of culture. She holds a PhD in Sociology, and is Professor of Sociology at the N.V. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine) and a senior researcher in the Human Geography Unit of the Department of Geosciences at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland). Yuliia Soroka is a 2022/2023 non-resident Prisma Ukraïna Fellow at the Forum Transregionale Studien.

The Power of Maps and Geographic Imagery in Digital Communication: Narrating Russia’s War in Ukraine

By Alina Mozolevska. Visuals, used as information strategies or propaganda, have become a crucial instrument of war. Drawings, images, photos, posters, cartoons, or maps represent a powerful tool of both informing and mobilizing populations and consolidating political powers around a common goal. What, then, is the role of visuals in Russia’s current invasion of Ukraine? What messages do they convey? What are the main narratives expressed and symbols used during the Russo-Ukrainian War? And how is the visual landscape of the war created?

“In time of war, memory becomes a powerful resource” – 5in10 with Olha Haidamachuk

Olha Haidamachuk received her PhD in Philosophy from the V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University in 2021. Her research interests include the philosophy of culture, philosophical anthropology, Ukrainian studies, Ukrainian and European culture, the philosophy of language, the history of philosophy, ethics, and aesthetics. Olha Haidamachuk is a 2022/23 Prisma Ukraïna Fellow.

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. During the war so far, actors across information spaces and those making propaganda and counterpropaganda have been actively exploiting discourses about particular ethnic minorities. One of the most remarkable news from the first days of the war was the story that some Romani people from the village of Lyubymivka stole a Russian tank.

Від поцупленого цвяха до вкраденого танка: роль медіа-події в консолідації Української політичної нації

Микола Гоманюк, Януш Панченко. «Українець азербайджанського походження отримав звання Героя України», «папа римський Франциск звинуватив бурятів та чеченців у жорстокості», «мобілізовані до російської армії таджики розстріляли командира», «Туреччина евакуювала українських турків-ахиска» – з перших днів повномасштабної російської агресії проти України як в Росії, так і в Україні національні (етнічні) меншини почали регулярно потрапляти у новини.

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