It’s been nearly a year after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and we’ve since become accustomed to tragic reports and gruesome images of the war.
But there’s another side of Ukraine—its complicated history and rich culture—that’s seldom seen by Americans.
On this episode, we’re joined by Megan Buskey, author of Ukraine Is Not Dead Yet: A Family Story of Exile and Return.
Using family history as a window into broader dynamics within Ukraine, Buskey touches on a number of topics, including memory, migration, and the war’s impact on young Ukrainians.
For further reading:
- John Connelly explains what makes Ukraine different
- Kathryn David on Ukraine’s Greek Catholic Church
- Adrian Bonenberger on Ukraine’s Orthodox spirituality
“Where Ukraine will go after the war is still very much unclear.”—Megan Buskey
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