War, Conflict, and Academic Freedom
War silences academic freedom. Scholars are being uprooted once again as the war in Ukraine escalates. New University in Exile Consortium fellow scholars from Ukraine, Syria, and Manipur, India will reflect on the irreversible damage caused by war and conflict on academic freedom both in their home countries and in their exile-homes. This event is organized by the Freedom Project.
Please register in advance via Zoom.
- Anton Liagusha, Ukraine; Associate Professor, Shar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University
- Binalakshmi Nepram, Manipur, India; Founder, Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network & Global Alliance of Indigenous Peoples, Gender Justice and Peace
- Basileus Zeno, Syria; Karl Loewenstein Fellow & Lecturer in Political Science, Amherst College
- Moderated by Nazan Bedirhanoglu, Postdoctoral Fellow & Interim Director of the Freedom Project, Wellesley College
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