Gennadi Pobereżny

Gennadi Pobereżny

Project Associate, MAPA: Digital Atlas of Ukraine
Gennadi Pobereƶny
Dr. Gennadi Pobereƶny is an associate at Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, where he served as the chief cartographer of the Great Famine project for Digital Atlas of Ukraine in 2010-2014. Most recently, he was a Fulbright scholar working on the topic of Soviet genocide policies in Ukraine and also collaborating on two other genocide-related research projects: translating into Ukrainian and editing a book on Raphaël Lemkin and the concept of genocide by his colleague Douglas Irvin-Erickson as well as investigating Lemkin’s North American archival collection. Dr. Pobereƶny holds graduate degrees in sustainable systems, geography, political science, and global affairs, and has taught courses on the political and cultural geography of global affairs, comparative politics of post-communist and post-colonial transitional societies of Eastern Europe. He is an alumnus of Rutgers University and is currently a visiting professor at Ukrainian Free University in Munich, Germany.

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