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  • Navalny Film Screening

    February 29th 7-9pm. Loew Auditorium. Alexey Navalny's political rise, attempted assassination, and search for the truth. Free and open to the public.

    Alexey Navalny
  • Poetic Witnessing of War - Halyna Kruk

    Please join us for a Zoom lecture. March 1, 2024 @ 3:30 pm. Halyna Kruk, Ivan Franko National University, Lviv, Ukraine, Ukrainian scholar and award-winning author Halyna Kruk will join us from Ukraine to offer a woman's voice of the experience of the war. She will read from her poetry and provide her reflections as a witness of war.

    Halyna Kruk
  • 2023 Baltic Leap Program Adventures

    Check out this Story Map of the Summer 2023 inaugural Baltic LEAP voyage, featuring students from EEER, Government and Energy Studies—you can see photos & info about the many locations visited during the program.

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  • Congratulations Professor Lada Kolimiyets

    Congratulations Professor Lada Kolimiyets on her translation of Natalka Marynchak's three wartime poems, published in Apofenie magazine on November 29, 2023. The poems were written in the first months of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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  • Baltic Foreign Study Program

    Dartmouth students have the unique opportunity to study Russian language and Baltic and post-Soviet history & culture in the beautiful and historic Baltic countries (Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia). The application deadline for the current program is January of each year.

    Baltic FSP
  • The Last Words in the World: Ukrainians and the War Experience

    Olena Stiazhkina, Prominent Ukrainian writer and history professor exiled from Donetsk since the 2014 Russian occupation gave a lecture on November 9, 2023, give a presentation on the occasion of the upcoming publication of her two books in the English language, the novel "Cecil the Lion Had to Die" and "Ukraine, War, Love: A Donetsk Diary".

    Olena Stiazhkina

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