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Engaged Scholarship and the Ukraine-Russia War

Authors

  • Penelope C Sanz Engaged Scholar Journal University of Saskatchewan
  • Natalia Natalia Canada Institute of Ukrainian Studies

Keywords:

Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, engaged scholarship, Ukrain-Russia war, displaced persons, Canadian immigration, Ukrainian communities in Canada

Abstract

ESJ’s managing editor Penelope Sanz converses with Dr. Natalia Khanenko-Friesen, director of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CUIS) at University of Alberta, about engaged scholarship in the context of the Ukraine-Russia war. Natalia was in the midst of organizing and preparing for a conference in Spring 2023 when this conversation took place. 

Author Biography

Penelope C Sanz, Engaged Scholar Journal University of Saskatchewan

PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies

Managing Assistant, Engaged Scholar Journal

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Published

2023-12-22

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How to Cite

Sanz, P. C., & Natalia, N. (2023). Engaged Scholarship and the Ukraine-Russia War. Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-Engaged Research, Teaching, and Learning, 9(2), 81–97. Retrieved from https://esj.usask.ca/index.php/esj/article/view/70854

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Reports from the Field

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