2022-2023 Lecture Series on Ukraine's Culture and History

Submitted by Isabelle Schlegel on

During the 2022-2023 academic year, the Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures is holding an online lecture series focused on Ukraine's culture and history.  This is a continuation of the Spring 2022 Lecture Series.  These talks, given by Ukrainian scholars on various topics, are in English and open to the public.  The lectures in the series include:

November 3, 2022 (11 a.m. Pacific)
Ukrainian Writers Making and Breaking the Autobiographical Pact
Iaroslava Strikha (PhD in Slavic Languages and Literatures from Harvard University)

Details here; register here: https://bit.ly/IaroslavaStrikha.

February 28, 2023 (10 a.m. Pacific)
Fountain of Exhaustion: 369 days, 9 years and 3 decades in Ukrainian art
Maria Lanko (The Naked Room gallery, Kyiv)
Details here; register here: https://bit.ly/MariaLanko.

March 15, 2023 (11 a.m. Pacific)
Ukraine's Wartime Art Archive
Dr. Olha Balashova (Museum of Contemporary Art, Kyiv)
Details here; register here: https://bit.ly/WartimeArtArchive

May 9, 2023 (4 p.m. Pacific, in person)
Time of Isolation: Writing From the War in Ukraine
Harriet Murav (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign)
Details here; register here: https://bit.ly/TimeOfIsolation

*This page will continue to update with upcoming events; details coming soon.

The series is co-sponsored by the Slavic Languages and Literatures DepartmentDepartment of History; the Ellison Center for Russian, East European, & Central Asian Studies; the Simpson Center for the Humanities.

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