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Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Events 2015-16

22 April 2016

Chapel, St John's College, Cambridge

The Sixth Annual Cambridge Vsesvit Evening in Celebration of Cultural Translation

A Concert by Odyn v kanoe

 

26 February 2016

Umney Theatre, Robinson College

The Fourteenth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies: 'Media in a Time of Revolution and Information Warfare'

Nataliya Gumenyuk (Head, Hromadske Network)

 

12 February 2016

King's College, Cambridge

Cambridge Postgraduate Workshop in Ukrainian Studies: 'The End of the "Khazar Yoke"'

Dr Oleksiy Tolochko (Director, Centre for Kyivan Rus Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)

 

10 February 2016

Clare College, Cambridge

Public Lecture: 'The Primary Chronicle and the Origin of the Kyivan Rus State'

Dr Oleksiy Tolochko (Director, Centre for Kyivan Rus Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)

 

25 January 2016

Clare College, Cambridge

Public Lecture: 'Odesa in a Time of Revolution, War and Reform'

Dr Volodymyr Dubovyk (Director, Centre for International Studies, I. Mechnikov National University)

 

25 January 2016

King's College, Cambridge

Cambridge Postgraduate Workshop in Ukrainian Studies: 'NATO, the United States and the Crisis in Ukraine'

Dr Volodymyr Dubovyk (Director, Centre for International Studies, I. Mechnikov National University)

 

6-7 November 2015

Winstanley Theatre, Trinity College

The Eighth Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film


Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Events 2014-15

30 June - 1 July 2015

Sidney Sussex College

International Conference: 'Past as Prelude: Polish-Ukrainian Relations for the Twenty-First Century'

 

7 May 2015

Robinson College Chapel

The Fifth Annual Cambridge Vsesvit Readings (featuring Polish-language works in Ukrainian and English translation) 

 

27 February 2015

Keynes Hall, King's College

The Thirteenth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies: 'The Fog of Memory: From the Great Fatherland War to Russia's Invasion of Ukraine'

Professor Timothy Snyder (Yale)

 

9 February 2015

Lecturers' Common Room, Raised Faculty Building

Ukrainian Language Café (Українська кав'ярня)

 

18 November 2014

Keynes Hall, King's College

Ukraine: Present and Future A conversation with Sviatoslav Vakarchuk

 

7-8 November 2014

Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

The Seventh Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film featuring Maidan (dir. Sergei Loznitsia, 2014) and Khaitarma (dir. Akhtem Seitablaiev)

 

31 October 2014

Keynes Hall, King's College

International Conference: 'Ukraine and the Global Information War'


Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Events 2013-14

13 May 2014

Auditorium, Robinson College

'Shevchenko Illuminated'

The Fourth Annual Vsesvit Readings, Celebrating the Verse of Taras Shevchenko

 

17 March 2014

British Library, London

Public Lecture: 'Taras Shevchenko: Beyond the Nation'

Dr Rory Finnin (Director, Cambridge Ukrainian Studies; University Senior Lecturer in Ukrainian Studies)

 

4 March 2014

Thirkill Room, Clare College

'Translating Shevchenko's Kobzar'

Peter Fedynsky (Translator / Journalist)

 

28 February 2014 

Umney Theatre, Robinson College

The Twelfth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies: 'Taras Shevchenko: The Making of the National Poet'

Professor George Grabowicz (Harvard)

 

24 January 2014

Alison Richards Building, Room SG1

Ukraine in Crisis: A Public Briefing

 

8-9 November 2013

Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

The Sixth Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film, featuring masterpieces by Yuri Illienko

 


Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Events 2012-13

ONGOING THROUGHOUT 2012-13

Cambridge University Library

Exhibitions of the Art of Ulyana Gumeniuk and Feodosiy Humeniuk

 

9 May 2013

Chapel, Robinson College

The Third Annual Vsesvit Readings in Celebration of Literary Translation (featuring Armenian- and Georgian-language literary works)

 

4 March 2013

Umney Theatre, Robinson College

'Making and Remaking History': A Symposium on Mykhailo Hrushevsky

Featuring Łukasz Adamski (Centre for Polish-Russian Dialogue, Warsaw), Robert Frost (Aberdeen), Serhii Plokhii (Harvard), Andrii Portnov (Humboldt), Frank Sysyn (Alberta)

 

22 February 2013

Umney Theatre, Robinson College

'Being a Writer in Contemporary Ukraine: Drawing the Landscape While Standing on a Powerboat': The Eleventh Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies

A Public Event with Oksana Zabuzhko

 

19 November 2012

Raised Faculty Building

Ukrainian Language Café (Українська кав'ярня)

 

9-10 NOVEMBER 2012

Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

The Fifth Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film

 

5 November 2012

Morison Room, Cambridge University Library

'Ukrainian Literature and Ukrainian Politics: Never Together': A Public Lecture by Andrei Kurkov

 

19 October 2012

Saltmarsh Rooms, King's College

Cambridge Postgraduate Workshop: 'Between "Central Europe" and the "Russian World": Polish and Russian Projects for Ukraine'

Dr Andrii Portnov


Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Events 2011-12

7 May 2012

Lecturers' Common Room, Raised Faculty Building

Ukrainian Language Café (Українська кав'ярня)

 

3 May 2012

Robinson College Chapel

The Second Annual Vsesvit Readings in Celebration of Literary Translation, featuring poetry, prose, and song in Yiddish, Hebrew, Ukrainian and English

 

26 April 2012

Latimer Room, Clare College

Public Lecture: 'The Anti-Imperial Choice: The Making of the Ukrainian Jew'

Professor Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern (Northwestern University)

 

27 February 2012

Lecturers' Common Room, Raised Faculty Building

Ukrainian Language Café / Українськаі кав'ярня

Сonversations conducted entirely in Ukrainian

 

24 February 2012 

Umney Theatre, Robinson College  

The Tenth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies: 'Lieu de non-mémoire: A Ukrainian City and Its Russian, Jewish and Soviet Traces' 

Dr Andrii Portnov 

 

8-9 December 2011

Trinity College

International Conference: 'Independent Ukraine: Twenty Years On'

 

11-12 November 2011

Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

The Third Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film

Featuring discussions with filmmakers Volodymyr Tykhyi & Maryna Vroda (11 November 2011) and Olha Onyshko & Sarah Farhat (12 November 2011)

 

10-11 November 2011

Winstanley Theatre, Trinity College

International Symposium: 'A Hidden History of Soviet Cinema: The Legacy of Ihor Savchenko'

 

14 October 2011

Beves Room, King's College

Cambridge Postgraduate Workshop in Ukrainian Studies: 'Ukrainian Literature and Europe'

Professor George Grabowicz (Harvard) 

 


Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Events 2010-11

7 June 2011

Umney Theatre, Robinson College

'The Art of Feodosii Humeniuk': A Talk and Exhibition in Celebration of a Visionary Master

 

2 June 2011

Umney Theatre, Robinson College 

Public Lecture: 'Bloodlands: Europe between Hiter and Stalin'

Professor Timothy Snyder (Yale)

 

16 May 2011

CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane

Public Lecture: 'Cinema and the Making of Modern Ukraine'

Dr Vitaly Chernetsky (Miami, Ohio)

 

10 March 2011

Robinson College Chapel

'A Window to the World': An Evening in Celebration of the Journal Всесвіт (The Universe)

 

25 February 2011

Umney Theatre, Robinson College

The Ninth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies: 'The Ghosts of Yalta: Ukraine and the Religious Division of Europe'

Professor Serhii Plokhii (Harvard)

 

16 February 2011

CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane

Public Lecture: 'The Politics of Memory: Reshaping Cultural and Physical Landscapes in Contemporary Ukraine'

Dr Svitlana Shlipchenko (Kyiv Mohyla Academy)

 

10 February 2011

Gillespie Centre, Clare College

Public Lecture: 'Mass Killing and Commemoration: Some European Disharmonies'

Professor Timothy Snyder (Yale)

 

1 December 2010

CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane

Public Lecture: 'The Great Famine of 1932-33 and the Holodomor: Memory, History, Identity, and State-Building'

Professor Georgiy Kasianov (Head, Department of Contemporary History and Politics, Institute of Ukrainian History, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)

 

19 November 2010

Beves Room, King's College

Cambridge Postgraduate Workshop in Ukrainian Studies: 'Ukrainian Media Discourse: Identities, Ideologies, and Power Relations'

Professor Volodymyr Kulyk

 

17 November 2010

CRASSH, 17 Mill Lane

Public Lecture: 'The Role of the Ukrainian Media in (Re)shaping Historical Memory'

Professor Volodymyr Kulyk (Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)

 

5 - 6 November 2010

Cambridge Arts Picturehouse / Winstanley Theatre, Trinity College

The Third Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film, featuring Oleksandr Dovzhenko's remastered spy thriller The Diplomatic Pouch with a live piano accompaniment

 

2 November 2010

Latimer Room, Clare College

Public Lecture: 'Liberalism, Populism, and Nationalism among the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Clergy of Austrian Galicia: The Case of Father Mykhailo Zubryts'kyi (1856-1919)'

Professor Frank Sysyn

 

29 October 2010

Beves Room, King's College

Cambridge Postgraduate Workshop in Ukrainian Studies: 'A Seventeenth-Century Ukrainian Revolution?: An Examination of the Khmel'nyts'kyi Uprising (1648-1659) in the Context of Early Modern Revolts'

Professor Frank Sysyn (Director of the Peter Jacyk Centre for Ukrainian Historical Research, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies)

 


Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Events 2009-10

13 May 2010

Latimer Room, Clare College

'Media Freedom in Ukraine: Truth or Fiction': A Roundtable with Tatiana Chornovol of Ukrains'ka pravda, Iaroslava Mishchenko of UNIAN, and Myroslav Otkovych of 1+1

 

26 February 2010

Umney Theatre, Robinson College

The Eighth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Comtemporary Ukrainian Studies: 'Simply Ukraine: A Nation, State and Democracy without Adjectives'  

Dr Gwendolyn Sasse (Oxford)

 

23 February 2010

Thirkill Room, Clare College

Public Lecture: 'A Torba of Cool: Ukrainian Slang' 

Svitlana Pyrkalo (Writer, journalist) 

 

26 January 2010

Latimer Room, Clare College

Public Lecture: 'The Carnivalesque City in Ukrainian Poetry'

Uilleam Blacker

 

November 2009 - January 2010

Wren Library, Trinity College

Exhibition: 'The 1932-33 Diaries of Gareth Jones' 

 

13-14 November 2009

Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

The Second Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film, featuring Serhii Bukovs'kyi's The Living 

 

29 October 2009

MML Media Centre

Public Lecture, Cambridge Festival of Ideas: 'The Cultural Treasures of Ukraine'

Dr Rory Finnin (University of Cambridge)

 


Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Events 2008-09

12 May 2009

Trinity College

Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Career Evening With Terry Sandell, former Director of the British Council in Ukraine and former Cultural Attaché to the British Embassy in Moscow

 

April-May 2009

Michaelhouse Centre

Exhibition: 'Verse in Vision An Exhibition of the Prints of Taras Shevchenko' 

 

27 February 2009

Umney Theatre, Robinson College

The Seventh Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies: 'The Ukraine-EU-Russia Triangle:Is There Room for a Workable Relationship?' 

Dr Olena Prystayko (Brussels/Kyiv)

 

7-8 November 2008

Cambridge Arts Picturehouse

'At the Crossroads': The First Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film

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