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About Marta Havryshko

Marta Havryshko is a research fellow in the Ivan Krypiakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences (Lviv). She was a guest lecturer at the Ukrainian Catholic University, Ada Booth fellow at Monash University, DAAD fellow in the Hamburg Foundation for the Advancement of Research and Culture, COST Action IS1203: ISTME fellow at Hamburg Institute for Social Research, and Robert Bosch Stiftung fellow at the German Historical Institute in Warsaw. Her research interests are primarily focused on gender, war/genocide and militarism, sexual violence during armed conflicts, oral history, memory studies. She is currently conducting research on women’s experiences during the ongoing war in Donbas.

Articles by Marta Havryshko

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