Online Panel: Knowledge in Exile? Forced Migration from Eastern Europe in a Cold War World | November 17, 2021

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Russian and Eastern European Studies Network and Migration History Reading Group at Queen's University

present the online panel:
 
Knowledge in Exile? Forced Migration from Eastern Europe in a Cold War World
 
November 17, 2021
9-11am EST
 
 
Panelists:
 
Kateryna Kobchenko (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv / FU Berlin)
 
    The Ukrainian Exile Community in Germany after World War II: Between Liberation Policy and “Free Ukrainian Science” Transfer
 
Kai Johann Willms (University of Basel)
 
    Polish Émigré Scholars in Cold War America: Between Preserving the Interwar Scholarly Tradition and Creating Spaces for Intellectual
    Exchange
 
Swen Steinberg (Carleton University, Ottawa)
 
    Knowledge in Flight? Hungarian Foresters, the Uprising in 1956, and the Sopron Faculty of Forestry at UBC Vancouver
 
Moderator: Iryna Skubii (Queen's University, Kingston)
 

This event is organized in the context of the exhibition “Queen's Refuge: Refugees and the University,” currently on display at the W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections at Queen's University - and at https://virtual-exhibits.library.queensu.ca/queens-refuge/