The Ethnology Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine


Svitlana Odynets

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Dr. Svitlana Odynets, Junior Research Fellow, Ethnology Institute, National Academy of Science of Ukraine,, anthropologist, Ph.D (in Ethnology), junior research fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology in Ethnology Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. She has recently defended her PhD about changes in social identities of Ukrainian women migrants (Ivano-Frankivsk University, Ukraine, 2016). She has visited Warsaw University (2006), Centre for Independent Social Research in Saint-Petersburg (2011), European University Institute in Florence (2013), European Humanities University in Vilnius (2013-2014) with different fellowships and presentations. She was a researcher on the EURA-NET project Transnational Migration in Transition: Transformative Characteristics of Temporary Mobility of People (2014–17), and Country Expert on Ukraine on the ITHACA project (2014–15). Her research projects are concerned with women’s temporary transnational migration between Ukraine and Italy; immigrants and post-soviet diaspora in Ukraine, changing post-imperial and national identity boundaries among Ukrainian migrants in EU countries after the Maidan 2013-14. She has been combining anthtopological studies with journalism for last 20 years. The newest articles -- “Caught between East and West: Ukrainian migration in the 21st century'' in Handbook of Migration and Globalisation, ed. by Anna Triandafyllidou.: Cheltenham ; Northampton : Edward Elgar Pub, 2018 (in cooperation with Lyubov Zhyznomisrska); “The Ukrainian Migrations in the Global World: A Picnic on the Road”, Krytyka. Ukrainian intellectual monthly/bi-monthly magazine, №3-4, 2018. e-mail: List of publications

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