In 2014, British photographer Anastasia Taylor-Lind and Ukrainian journalist Alisa Sopova were both in Ukraine, questioning how to represent the ongoing conflict. When they met, they developed a creative collaboration that allowed them to do just that.
Anastasia Taylor-Lind is a photojournalist and author of the book Maidan: Portraits from the Black Square. Alisa Sopova, a freelance producer and reporter for The New York Times in Ukraine, is Harvardâ€™s first Ukrainian Nieman Fellow.
For Further Viewing, Listening, and Reading:
Welcome to Donetsk project
Anastasia Taylor-Lindâ€™s Maidan portraits.
Listen to a recording (see audio file on the right side of the event listing) of the Davis Centerâ€™s event 2016 event â€œThe Ukraine Crisis: Causes and Consequences.â€
Listen to a recording (see audio file on the right side of the event listing) of the Davis Centerâ€™s event 2014 event â€œCrisis in Crimea: Historical and Modern Perspectives.â€
Harvard Professor of Ukrainian History Serhii Plokhiiâ€™s book
The Gates of Europe: A History of Ukraine.
University College London Professor of Ukrainian Studies Andrew Wilsonâ€™s book Ukraine Crisis and What it Means for the West.
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