Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
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After the full-scale Russian invasion in 2022, new areas of Ukraine were occupied, and new “borders” emerged in addition to those that appeared in 2014. These “borders” firstly appeared as geopolitical fault lines, but later transformed into physical lines with crossing points and filtration camps. This project examines the social and geopolitical aspects of temporal borders by linking the personal and intimate scale with the geopolitical and national, thereby contributing to an analysis of the challenges for post-war reintegration and understanding the “temporalities” of the borders.