Ukrainian Lecture about migration and identity – Olga Pavlik
One of the project’s objectives is to share new knowledge about migration and identity across different fields of study.
This is the first lecture of the Ukrainian professionals that will share their knowledge about migration & identity in modern times.
Olga Pavlik, was born on October 15, 1974, in the city of Melitopol, Zaporizhia region. She is a philologist and a psychologist. Ukrainian language teacher at school, volunteer, and master of decorative and applied arts.
We will listen to Olga’s family history that has more than 400 people who now live in Moscow, Munich, Alma-Ata, and Sevastopol. She will take us through the history of her family and the migrations they did and how all these movements have shaped her family’s identity.
The session is done in Ukrainian and will have a simultaneous translation into English.
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Meeting ID: 871 3030 0585