Author profile: Greta Uehling

Greta Uehling teaches at the Program on International and Comparative Studies at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where she is also an Associate Faculty Member with the Center for Russian and East European Studies. Currently, she has a Fulbright grant to study internal displacement within Ukraine and is hosted by the Taras Shevchenko National University in Kyiv. Her first book, Beyond Memory: The Crimean Tatars’ Deportation and Return (2004), is based on ethnographic fieldwork in former Soviet areas.

A Hybrid Deportation: Internally Displaced from Crimea in Ukraine

A Hybrid Deportation: Internally Displaced from Crimea in Ukraine

There is a widespread feeling of being abandoned by the government among IDPs from Crimea. The main task ahead is to remove the barriers preventing IDP integration.

Migration and the Ukraine Crisis

Migration and the Ukraine Crisis

The topic of migration, as seen through the Ukraine crisis, brings together what are conventionally seen as diverse and separate areas of scholarship.

Everyday Life after Annexation: The Autonomous Republic of Crimea

Everyday Life after Annexation: The Autonomous Republic of Crimea

A new order is solidifying in Crimea that celebrates the reunion with Russia, even as the rights and the wellbeing of the indigenous people are eclipsed.

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