Ukrainian Research Online: Oksana Kis. Ukrainian Women in Times of Extreme Violence Then and Now | Lecture
History of Science in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe
DisciplinesCultural studies Gender studies History
Ukrainian Research Online continues! Join us on Wednesday 27.07 at 18 CET/19 Kyiv/12 New York for our newest video. We are happy to present you a lecture by Oksana Kis, Leading Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethnology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (in Lviv) on "Invisible Agency: Ukrainian Women in Times of Extreme Violence Then and Now" (https://youtu.be/Wce54OQWebA)
Ukrainian Research Online is an initiative to provide visibility for our Ukrainian colleagues and their work. The lecturers receive an honorarium, financed by donations. To find out more about our initiative, and about ways to support it, please visit https://uni-erfurt.de/go/war-in-ukraine-help-for-scholars.
Oksana Kis (Lviv, Ukraine) – a feminist historian and anthropologist, a Leading Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethnology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (in Lviv). is a Director of Lviv Resarch Center “Woman and Society” (NGO), a President of the Ukrainian Association for Research in Women's History and a co-founder of the Ukrainian Oral History Association. She is researching women’s and gender issues in history and anthropology of Ukrainians; areas of her expertise include women’s history, feminist anthropology, oral history, gender transformations in post-socialist countries. Her book "Ukrainian Women in the Gulag: Survival Means Victory" was published in Lviv in 2017 (2nd edition 2020); in 2021 the English version of that book was published as a part of Harvard Series in Ukrainian Studies.