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Religion and War in Ukraine

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  • SSHRC CG awarded 2024: This project takes stock of the profound impact of war on religious life in Ukraine since the invasion and launches an international conversation about the role the range of Ukrainian religious groups—Orthodox, Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, and Muslim—can play in social reconciliation after the war. It involves two key components. The first is an event: an interdisciplinary, international, and hybrid conference entitled "Religion and War in Ukraine: The Political, the Public, and the Possible". Revised conference presentations will be published as a special double issue of Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes. The second component is an outreach project: the hosting of the "Destroyed Temples of Ukraine" photographic exhibition at the University of Alberta, together with the publication of interviews with project participants on the Forum for Ukrainian Studies blog. The goal of the project is to mobilize and disseminate knowledge about religion in the Russian-Ukrainian War, to set the agenda for further research in this emerging field, and to develop new research partnerships to develop that research.

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    ©️Coleman, Heather J. All rights reserved other than by permission. This document embargoed to those without UAlberta CCID until 2027.