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Mon 27 May, '24
WUB-hub webinar: Economies Under Siege, Paths for Reconstruction

The consequences of the war for Ukraine’s economy have been immense, and there will be colossal rebuilding costs in the future. Some argue seized Russian assets should be given to Ukraine to fund its military and contribute to post-war rebuilding. Meanwhile, Belarus’s economy has resorted to extraordinary measures in response to sectoral sanctions, though reported macroeconomic trends confound expectations. This webinar will explore these issues.

Confirmed speakers include:

Tatiana Termacic, Head of the PACE Secretariat Committee on Migration, Refugees and Displaced Persons (France)

Nigel Gould-Davies, Senior Fellow, International Institute for Strategic Studies (UK)

Lev Lvovskiy, Academic Director, BEROC; economics analyst, Sense Analytics (Belarus)

Ivan Us, chief consultant, National Institute for Strategic Studies (Ukraine)

Fri 31 May, '24 - Sat 1 Jun, '24
SSNI conference CONFLUENCE organised by the Environmental Humanities Network

Runs from Friday, May 31 to Saturday, June 01.

Confluence is an international gathering of researchers with a series of events hosted over three days, hosted by Critical Environments Cluster in the Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies (ECLS) and the Environmental Humanities Network (EHN) at U of Warwick. It will focus on methods for research and pedagogy in the Environmental Humanities.
As part of an endeavour to link up Environmental Humanities research currently conducted across the Faculty of Arts and the U of Warwick, as a pilot Summer Term event for the new MAEH based in ECLS, as an inaugural event for the relaunch of our EHN, and as part of the new University Spotlight on Sustainability, we are organizing Confluence: a symposium on research methods in the Environmental Humanities, to be held in the Faculty of Arts Building on the morning of 31st May. 
The event also convenes a new Eutopia-funded Connected Community focused on Environmental Humanities that brings together researchers based at U of Warwick, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, NOVA University Lisbon, and Dresden University of Technology. We will welcome three faculty and five MA students from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, two faculty and one PhD student from NOVA University Lisbon, and one faculty and three PhD students from Dresden University of Technology, all researchers in areas of the Environmental Humanities and STS.