The Temerty Contemporary Ukraine Program at HURI has launched a new series of TCUP Commentary to highlight the work of volunteers and humanitarian organizations assisting those affected by the war in Ukraine.
Daria Savchenko is a PhD Candidate in Harvard's Department of Anthropology, focusing on the anthropology of artificial intelligence. Daria started working with Helping to Leave in May 2022, inspired by a post shared by her friend. The impressive atmosphere of support from other volunteers and the first message, “We are safe,” from Ukrainian evacuees showed her that volunteering in a nonprofit organization like this can have a real impact, despite her physical distance from the war.
In the fourth TCUP Brief, Emily Channell-Justice summarizes key points of a panel held by the Center for Austrian Studies at the University of Minnesota, "The War in Ukraine and the Refugee Crisis: History and Present."
In our TCUP Briefs series, Dr. Emily Channell-Justice, director of the Temerty Contemporary Ukraine Program, shares key insights and questions from recent presentations and papers on the war in Ukraine.
Note: The font used in our TCUP Briefs cover image was selected for its Ukraine connection. Misto font is a free reverse-contrast display typeface inspired by Slavutych — the youngest city of Ukraine, which was born after the Chornobyl explosion.... Read more about TCUP Briefs