In the context of the ongoing war in Ukraine, the organizers of the Summer Institute offer an academic platform for a respectful and focused discussion of research needs and fieldwork challenges of interview-based research in the context of the ongoing war on Ukraine. We invite oral historians, anthropologists, sociologists, psychologists and other students and researchers relying on interview methods in their research on the human experience of the war in Ukraine to join our Summer Institute for an in-depth exchange of ideas and expertise on how to engage in such research in ethically responsible and methodologically sound ways.
The Summer School will be held in person in Krakow, Poland. The working language of the Institute is English. Hybrid hosting is not currently planned. Accepted participants will be provided with accommodation and travel assistance. There is no tuition for the Summer School, and no credit is offered, but participants can request a certificate of participation.
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