Department of Slavonic Studies

Media items

This institution has media items.

Showing results 1-20 of 24    < Prev    1 2    Next >
  •  

Media items

Anarchism in Russia

   7 views

Dr Daniel Green (University of Cambridge) chairs online presentations by Dr Maria Rakhmaninova (St. Petersburg University of the Humanities and Social Sciences) and Dr Ania Aizman...

Collection: Cambridge Conversations in Slavonic Studies

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Sat 5 Dec 2020


'A Torba of Cool': Svitlana Pyrkalo on Ukrainian Slang

   1,892 views

In this podcast, writer, journalist and linguist Svitlana Pyrkalo discusses the evolution and development of Ukrainian slang with Rory Finnin, Lecturer in Ukrainian Studies,...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Sat 27 Mar 2010


Between Russia and Germany: Poland and the Shifting European Order (Podcast)

   136 views

Podcast

Friday, 13 March 2015, 6:00 pm
William Mong Hall, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge

A discussion of Poland’s new role in Europe and the shifting nature...

Collection: Cambridge Polish Studies

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Sat 21 Mar 2015


Between Russia and the EU: Ukraine's International Relations

   66 views

In this webinar, Olenka Pevny and Andrii Smytsniuk speak with Yelyzaveta Yasko, a graduate of the Blavatnik School of Government at Oxford University, Ukrainian MP, and the Head...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Tue 3 Nov 2020


'Burden of the Past': A Cambridge Book Discussion on the History of Ukraine

   198 views

In 2020, a new book was published by Indiana University Press: 'The Burden of the Past: History, Memory, and Identity in Contemporary Ukraine', edited by Anna WylegaƂa and...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Tue 3 Nov 2020


Cultural Politics in Ukraine: A Conversation with Olesya Ostrovska-Lyuta

   52 views

In this podcast Olenka Pevny and Andrii Smytsniuk speak with Olesya Ostrovska-Lyuta about cultural politics in Ukraine and on the role that art institutions play in its cultural...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Tue 3 Nov 2020


George Grabowicz: 'Taras Shevchenko: The Making of the National Poet'

   813 views

On Friday, 28 February 2014 renowned scholar George Grabowicz (Harvard) delivered the Twelfth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies at the University of...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Sat 8 Mar 2014


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

   1,161 views

In this podcast, Dr Andrii Portnov seeks to understand the paradoxes of post-Soviet pluralism, exploring Dnipropetrovsk (imperial Yekaterinoslav) as a laboratory in which to study...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Mon 9 Apr 2012


Natalie A. Jaresko: 'Ukraine in Transition'

   686 views

Natalie A. Jaresko -- Ukraine's former Finance Minister (2014-2016) -- delivers the Fifteenth Annual Cambridge Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies. Her presentation...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Thu 13 Apr 2017


Odessa in a Time of Revolution, War and Reform

   396 views

Particularly since the appointment of Mikheil Saakashvili as regional governor in May 2015, the Black Sea port of Odessa has become an epicentre of Ukraine’s campaign for...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Wed 3 Feb 2016


Oksana Zabuzhko: 'Being a Writer in Contemporary Ukraine: Drawing the Landscape While Standing on a Powerboat'

   1,213 views

Oksana Zabuzhko delivers the Eleventh Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies, entitled 'Being a Writer in Contemporary Ukraine: Drawing the Landscape While...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Fri 29 Mar 2013


Positioning Ukraine in the Cultural Framework of European History: Professor Serhii Plokhii

   63 views

In this podcast, Serhii Plokhii -- Mykhailo S. Hrushevs'kyi Professor of Ukrainian History at Harvard University and Director of the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute (HURI) --...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Tue 3 Nov 2020


Resistance and Imagination (Masha Gessen)

   110 views

On Thursday, 11 October 2012, Masha Gessen, author of The Man without a Face: The Unlikely Rise of Vladimir Putin (long-listed for the Samuel Johnson Prize), opened the lecture...

Collection: Lectures and Seminars from CamCREES, the Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Wed 17 Oct 2012


'Simply Ukraine: A Nation, State and Democracy without Adjectives': The Eighth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary...

   1,919 views

This podcast features the Eighth Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies delivered by Dr Gwendolyn Sasse, Professorial Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford and...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Fri 5 Mar 2010


The Impact of COVID-19 on the Ukrainian Economy

   204 views

An online conversation between Dr Alexander Rodnyansky (University Lecturer in Economics at the University of Cambridge and former Chief Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister of...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Mon 20 Apr 2020


The Many Worlds of Kyivan Rus': A Conversation with Professor Simon Franklin

   3,578 views

In this video podcast, Professor Simon Franklin (Head of the School of Arts and Humanities) offers an introduction to Kyivan Rus', the first polity to emerge among the Eastern...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Fri 30 Jul 2010


'The "Uniates" and the Invention of Eastern Orthodoxy', Dr Yuri Avvakumov

   257 views

The Annual Cambridge Lecture in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies was launched in 2016 to examine key questions of early Slavonic Studies, with a particular focus on the...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Wed 12 Apr 2017


Timothy Snyder on the Disjuncture between History and Memory in Ukraine and Eastern Europe

   4,103 views

In this video podcast, Professor Timothy Snyder of Yale University offers a fascinating, provocative, and at times unsettling view into the tension between history and memory in...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Thu 31 Mar 2011


Timothy Snyder: Ukraine and the 'Fog of Memory'

   1,534 views

In this podcast Professor Timothy Snyder (Yale) considers the politicized history and the historicised politics related to Russia's war in Ukraine, with special attention to the...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Fri 13 Mar 2015


Ukraine as an Object of Academic Knowledge and State Propaganda

   550 views

In this podcast, three scholars discuss the relationship between academic knowledge of Ukraine and state propaganda about Ukraine in Germany, France and Russia, respectively. The...

Collection: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Podcast

Institution: Department of Slavonic Studies

Created: Mon 29 Dec 2014


[Results 1-20 of 24]    < Prev    1 2    Next >