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The intellectual vitality of the Department of Slavonic Studies is particularly evident in the fields of Pre-Modern East Slavic culture; Polish, Russian and Ukrainian Literatures of the 19th and 20th centuries; Slavonic Linguistics; Nationalism Studies; Film and Visual Culture; Memory Studies; and Russian Imperial and Soviet History. It is home to a dynamic annual programme of public lectures, research seminars, conferences and exhibitions.

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If you have a question about this list, please contact: Olga Plociennniczak. If you have a question about a specific talk, click on that talk to find its organiser.

6 upcoming talks and 107 talks in the archive.

Multiculturalism in Poland-Lithuania, 1569-1795

UserFeaturing Norman Davies, Karin Friedrich, Robert Frost, Olenka Pevny, Richard Butterlick-Pawlikowski, and others..

HouseWilliam Mong Hall, Sidney Sussex College.

ClockThursday 14 December 2017, 10:00-17:30

Revolution and the Cult of the Leader

UserProf Boris Kolonitskii, European University, St Petersburg.

HouseUmney Theatre, Robinson College.

ClockThursday 25 January 2018, 17:30-19:00

Cycles of Revolution in Ukraine

UserProf Mikhail Minakov, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.

HouseUmney Theatre, Robinson College.

ClockThursday 08 February 2018, 17:30-19:00

The Revolution and Legacy of 1918 in Ukraine

UserProf Mark von Hagen, Arizona State University .

HouseUmney Theatre, Robinson College.

ClockFriday 23 February 2018, 17:30-19:00

Workshop: Holodomor between History and Memory

UserSpeaker to be confirmed.

HouseMcGrath Centre, St Catherine's College.

ClockMonday 05 March 2018, 10:00-17:30

Revolution and Literature

UserDr Tamara Hundorova, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine.

HouseUmney Theatre, Robinson College.

ClockThursday 08 March 2018, 17:30-19:00

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