Zinaida Mirna, Women in Central Council of Ukraine, 1928
Memories of Zinaida Mirna about women in Central Council of Ukraine. Zinaida Mirna (1878-1950) was a civic and political leader. She was active in the Ukrainian women's movement and women's education movement, played an important role during Ukraine’s struggle for independence (1917–20) as a member of the Central Council (Tsentralna Rada) and the Little Council (Mala Rada). In 1919 Zinaida Mirna helped found the National Council of Ukrainian Women in Kamianets-Podilskyi, and served as its vice-president. Later she headed its Berlin branch. After settling in Prague in 1924, she served as the longtime president of the Ukrainian Women's Union in Czechoslovakia and gave much of her time to the Museum of Ukraine's Struggle...
Kharytyna Pekarchuk’ memories about World War I, 1918-1919
Memoirs of Kharytyna Pekarchuk - corporal of the Army of the Ukrainian People's Republic, the first woman to receive a Ukrainian state award in the 20th century. (token of the Order of the Iron Cross No. 1, Cross of Symon Petliura). The passage refers to her medical service during 1918-1919. The memoirs were published in 1969 in the Ukrainian magazine in USA "Our Life" published by the Union of Ukrainian Women of America.
Memories of Stepan Haiduchok, 1919
Memories of Stepan Haiduchok, Ukrainian pedagogue, author of books on sports teaching, about the Ukrainian-Polish war of 1918-19 and female medical service.
Notes recorded by Oles Babij about World War I, 1917
Memories that bring to life the context of WWI, civilian destruction, families, dead bodies, grief, war pregnancy at Galician villages, recalled by witnesses and recorded by Oles Babij in 1917 in villeges of today' West of Ukraine.
The course aims to discuss the major military conflicts of the twentieth century from a gender perspective. In doing so, the course covers the history of global and local wars in a wide variety of regions, including Europe, Africa, and Asia. However, rather than surveying a vast number of military conflicts, we will use a case study approach to conduct in-depth analyses of external and internal dynamics of military encounters and the role of gendered violence during them.