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Anika Walke


is a Postdoctoral Fellow in International and Area Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, where she directs the project “Migration, Identity, State.” She  teaches classes on Soviet history, the history and memory of the Holocaust, and in the field of migration studies. Anika is currently completing a book manuscript, "Jewish Youth in Ghettos and Forests: Oral Histories of the Nazi Genocide in Belorussia" (forthcoming, Oxford University Press). Current research interests include questions of memory and migration in the former Soviet Union and Europe, and the history of racism and anti-racism in the Soviet Union.