University of Pittsburgh's Slavic Department invites applications for PhD program

The University of Pittsburgh Slavic Department invites applications to its graduate program, which provides a full range of courses, with strengths in contemporary Russian culture and cinema.  Our program has supported dissertations in such diverse areas as contemporary Russian prose, Soviet postmodern culture, Thaw cinema, Soviet civic poetry, Belomor prison culture, post-Soviet philosophy, the Soviet anekdot, and Stagnation-era television serials.

Book Talk: "Ukraine's Maidan, Russia's War: A Chronicle and Analysis of the Revolution of Dignity" by Mychailo Wynnyckyj

Book Talk. Ukraine's Maidan, Russia's War: A Chronicle and Analysis of the Revolution of Dignity by Mychailo Wynnyckyj

 

November 8, 2021 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Online

 

Online panel "The Crimean Peninsula as a Contested Space," November 4th, 17:00-18:30 (CET)

We invite you to the online panel "The Crimean Peninsula as a Contested Space" to be held on November 4th, 17:00-18:30 (CET). This event is a part of the Annual Online Conference "Black Sea Region in the Times of Crises: New Theoretical Approaches and Research Methodologies," October-December 2021.

Symposium: Marking Loss, Making Memorials

The University of Maryland, College Park will host a virtual symposium, "Marking Loss, Making Memorials,"  on November 10 from 2-6 pm.  The symposium is presented by the Kibel Gallery at the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation and co-sponsored by the History Department and the Miller Center for Historical Studies.

Online panel "The Crimean Peninsula as a Contested Space," November 4th, 17:00-18:30 (CET)

We invite you to the online panel "The Crimean Peninsula as a Contested Space" to be held on November 4th, 17:00-18:30 (CET). This event is a part of the Annual Online Conference "Black Sea Region in the Times of Crises: New Theoretical Approaches and Research Methodologies," October-December 2021.

Holodomor Commemoration and Lecture at Indiana University (November 12, 2021)

IU UkrSO continues the tradition of commemorating the Holodomor. In 1932-1933, millions of Ukrainians died of starvation as a result of measures perpetrated by the Stalinist regime.

We invite you to attend our event Friday, November 12, 12pm-5pm. We will meet in the IMU Presidents’ Room, but you can also join us via zoom (link below).

Masks are required at our in-person event.

Event Program

Holodomor Commemoration

Friday, November 12, 12pm-5pm

Hybrid Event (in-person and online)

IMU Presidents Room, Indiana University (Bloomington)

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