This event was organized by the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies.
Oksana Kis, Research Fellow and Chair, Department of Social Anthropology, Institute of Ethnology, Ukraine National Academy of Sciences
Moderated by Rochelle Ruthchild, Research Scholar, Women's Studies Research Center, Brandeis University
The myriad effects of Russia’s war on Ukrainian women and the women’s movement. Participation has ranged from military service to humanitarian and volunteering initiatives, including extraordinary actions by many women and girls. How have Ukrainian feminists and the transnational women’s movement responded? What was the effect of feminist anti-war manifestoes? As the war continues, how has its impact on women evolved?