This co-presentation aims to unsettle the way the history of Ukraine has been imagined by venturing into stories that might be found in other historiographies, such as Russian, Eastern European, Polish, Jewish, and Soviet. Exploring the biographies of two women—Dina Pronicheva, a Jewish survivor of Babyn Iar and a puppet theater actress, and Muza Konsulova, an architect involved in postwar rebuilding in Soviet Ukraine—highlights the ways we can reimagine scholarly categories and think differently about women’s lives in the time of war and postwar. Ukraine then becomes central to larger stories of the region.
Director of the Center for Urban History, Lviv, Ukraine
Mayhill C. Fowler
Associate Professor of History, Stetson University
Organized by the Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; co-sponsored by the Program in Judaic Studies
- Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
- Program in Judaic Studies