Lviv’s Center for Urban History has turned its facilities into shelters for the displaced
Lviv’s Center for Urban History has turned its lecture and conference rooms and cafe into makeshift shelters for the displaced. This center is a research institution, mostly for sociologists and historians accustomed to looking back into the city and region’s complicated and contested past.
“We are not objective, standing-aside academics. We are citizens, we are living here, we are human beings. It’s important to think about not only how you’re using, but how you’re giving,” says Sofia Dyak, director of Lviv’s Center for Urban History.
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