Collecting Dreams of War

Collecting Dreams of War

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Center for Urban History is looking for dreams!

We invite you to join us in co-creating an archive of dreams and experiences of the night in war, which is being implemented by the Center for Urban History.

We are collecting records of dreams that you had before the outbreak of war or during the war. Dreams can be shared by those who want to do so – who see the meaning in our collective production of dreams and visions. These can be both scary and "gentle" dreams, different stories that your imagination and unconscious create.

We value your right to privacy and process your personal data in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Your "personal data" is any information related to you. "Processing" means any actions that are carried out in relation to such data. In accordance with the Transparency Principle, this document provides information about the processing of your personal data in accordance with the requirements of Articles 12, 13, 14 of the GDPR.

To join the project, please share your dream or dream recordings via the Google form: 

It may take you up to 60 minutes to complete this questionnaire. We greatly appreciate your time and are grateful for dedicating it to the creation of this archive. If you feel that you would like to share your private story verbally, please let us know and we will record a conversation with you.

Contact: Dr. Bohdan Shumylovych: [email protected]


Cover Image: a drawing from Ihor Kolesnyk's visual diary of the war