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  • "32-33: Holodomor" Multimedia Installation

    "32-33: Holodomor" is a multi-media installation delving into the emotional and historical context of surviving the Stalin-orchestrated famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet Ukraine. Transposing the testimonials of the survivors into film, photos, and material artifacts, the project unlocks this historical event by immersing the audience in its emotional landscape. Opening reception April 15th 5:30 pm Sudikoff Hall. Exhibition runs April 16-April21st.

    Vintage photograph of Holodomor
  • Eurodonbas Film Screening with producer Anna Palenchuk

    Eurodonbas Film Screening with Guest Producer and Writer Anna Palenchuck, who will be doing an in person question and answer Following the film. The investigative documentary Eurodonbas aims to debunk Soviet myths and bring to light that more than 100 years ago, Donbas was an integral part of the European economy. April 16th 5pm. Loew Auditorium.

    Eurodonbas Film Screening April 16 2024
  • Russian Apprentice Teacher Workshops Spring 2024

    GENERAL ORIENTAION for all new prospective Apprentice teachers is at 3:30 on Monday, March 25 in Blunt alumni center, Room 203. It is mandatory for all new prospective AT's! RUSSIAN TRY-OUTS are on March 25th and 26th at 4:30-5:30pm in Reed 105 for all new and returning AT's.

    nesting dolls
  • War Chronicles: A Staged Reading of Two New Plays from Ukraine

    The students of Ukrainian 3 (instructor Victoria Somoff, RA Zhenia Dubrova'24) have translated and will perform a staged reading of two plays from wartime Ukraine: "Prayer for Elvis" by Maryna Smilyanets and "Vertep" by Artem Lebedev, both presented in English. March 7 @ 6 pm.

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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

    Halyna Kruk, Ivan Franko National University, Lviv, Ukraine, gave a Zoom lecture on March 1, 2024, 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. Please go to the link to watch the full lecture.

    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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