Online panel "Displacement and Belonging in Ukrainian Society" November 25, 17:00-18:15 (CET) We invite you to the online panel "Displacement and Belonging in Ukrainian Society." This event is a part of the Annual Online Conference "Black Sea Region in the Times of Crises: New Theoretical Approaches and Research Methodologies," October-December 2021. The online conference looks at the present and historical dynamics shaping the Black Sea region through the lens of transculturality. This panel focuses on displacement, identities, and intergroup relations in Soviet and contemporary Ukraine. The presenters will reflect on the methodological challenges of researching and storytelling migration and belonging. Presentations: Martin-Oleksandr Kisly (Kyiv-Mohyla Academy): Methodological approaches to Crimean Tatars` return to the Crimea Martina Urbinati (Bologna Business School): Citizenship & Identity: IDP Dimension Comments: Oleksandra Tarkhanova (University of St.Gallen) Chair: Anna Chebotarova (University of Oslo / University of St.Gallen) The event will be delivered on an online platform zoom: https://unisg.zoom.us/my/blacksea.conference Picture: Rally to commemorate the deportation of Crimean Tatars, Kyiv, Ukraine, May 18, 2014.