The war in Ukraine has not only affected the political, economic, social, and cultural systems but also the education and schooling system. The full-scale assault of the Russian Federation on Ukrainian territory on 24 February 2022 disrupted the teaching and research systems.
The necessity of finding scholarly answers to tough questions about the situation of the universities – their academic staff and students – during the war, the solidarity attitude of universities in foreign countries, and the status of Ukrainian Studies are the causes of preparing this publication. The value of this volume is that the authors of most of the articles are specialists and theorists of the subject, at the same time observers and witnesses of the events and processes described, often actively involved in them.
- Alicja Zofia Nowak, University and War – the Perspective of Polish-Ukrainian Studies of the Jagiellonian University
- Iryna Polets-Gerus, Slavic Studies at War: Decolonisation and Ukrainian Perspective
- Aniela Radecka, Cultural and Academic Elites towards the Russian War in Ukraine: Identity, Responsibility, Resistance
- Rafał Kęsek, Higher Education in Ukraine during the War: General Characteristics – State Policy, University Strategies, and the Situation of Students
- Michael Moser, The Ukrainian Language in the Schools and Universities of the Temporarily Occupied Territories
- Tetyana Nagornyak, Displaced Ukrainian Universities in the War (2014–2022): Challenges for Managers
- Roman Blahuta, Olha Balynska and Iryna Hloviuk, Legal Education in Ukraine and War
- Kinga Gajda, and Marcin Galent, Up to the Task – University against the War
- Mykola Zhurba, International Educational Project in the Conditions of War: Communication, Social Responsibility and Support
- Liubov Dablo, Ukrainian Academic Emigration as a Consequence of the Russian-Ukrainian War: the European Context
- Andriy Budnyk, and Olena Donets, The Project “Creative Resistance” of Ukrainian Students and Professors of Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts and Kyiv University of Culture in Poland
- Mateusz Kamionka, Local Humanitarian Volunteerism in the Time of Full-Scale Russo-Ukrainian War on the Example of an Polish Informal Group “Olkusz Helps Ukraine”
- Chekalenko Liudmyla, Antyhumanitarian Policy of Russian Invaders on the Ukrainian Territory
- Magdalena Banaszkiewicz, The Antropological Approach to Solidarity Tourism after the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
Publikacja jest wynikiem grantu z IDUJ WSMiP UJ realizowanego przez prof. Nowak. Jej wydanie zostało sfinansowane przez Wydział Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznych UJ w ramach Strategicznego Programu Inicjatywy Doskonałości Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego.