Daniel Fedorowycz

Postdoctoral Fellow, Yale University

Guest, Ukraine in European Dialogue
(July 2019)

 

Project:

The Killings Lived On: Legacies of World War II Inter-Communal Violence in Western Ukraine

This study examines the long-term effects of inter-communal violence on subsequent generations. Does the trauma linger after the victims of such violence have passed? How do these effects manifest over time and how do they vary across communities? Do legacies of violence affect long-term post-conflict resolution and reconciliation? Using an interdisciplinary approach, I compare two villages in Ukraine that experienced different levels of inter-communal violence during the Second World War.

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    Guest, Ukraine in European Dialogue
    (July 2019)
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