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Read more at: Statement of the Slavonic Studies Section on Russia's invasion of Ukraine

Statement of the Slavonic Studies Section on Russia's invasion of Ukraine

We condemn the Kremlin's ongoing invasion of Ukraine unequivocally and in the strongest terms. We express our solidarity with the people of Ukraine and call on the international community to support Ukraine in the face of this unprovoked war of aggression. We also think of those in and from Russia equally horrified by these events.


Read more at: Statement from Director of Slavonic Studies on attack on Ukraine

Statement from Director of Slavonic Studies on attack on Ukraine

The Director of the Slavonic Studies Section, Dr Stanley Bill, today issued a statement to the departmental community on Russia's invasion of Ukraine.


Read more at: The Slavonic Studies Section and Cambridge Ukrainian Studies present: A lecture by Elizabeth A. Wood: Crimea in my heart: Vladimir Putin and Russia’s Resurgent Empire
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The Slavonic Studies Section and Cambridge Ukrainian Studies present: A lecture by Elizabeth A. Wood: Crimea in my heart: Vladimir Putin and Russia’s Resurgent Empire

Th e Slavonic Studies Section and Cambridge Ukrainian Studies (CUS) present: A lecture by Elizabeth A. Wood (MIT): Crimea in my Heart: Vladimir Putin and Russia’s Resurgent Empire 18th November 2021 | 17:15(GMT) | Yusuf Hamied Theatre, Christ’s College, Cambridge – Register in advance at slavonic@mmll.cam.ac.uk by 17th...


Read more at: Cambridge Slavonic Studies presents: A lecture from Catriona Kelly: 'Future-Proofing History: Films about the Past in the Brezhnev Era'
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Cambridge Slavonic Studies presents: A lecture from Catriona Kelly: 'Future-Proofing History: Films about the Past in the Brezhnev Era'

Cambridge Slavonic Studies presents: A lecture from Catriona Kelly: 'Future-Proofing History: Films about the Past in the Brezhnev Era' On: 04th November 2021 at 17:15(GMT) in William Mong Hall , Sidney Sussex


Read more at: 'Inventing an Aesthetics of Anti-Racism: African Americans in Early Soviet Visual Culture' A lecture by Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University)

'Inventing an Aesthetics of Anti-Racism: African Americans in Early Soviet Visual Culture' A lecture by Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University)

Organised by the Departments of Slavonic Studies and History of Art, with the collaboration of the Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies, The Centre for Visual Culture and the Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre: A lecture by Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University) Inventing an Aesthetics of Anti-...


Read more at: Slavonic Studies: Virtual Outreach Event for Years 11 & 12

Slavonic Studies: Virtual Outreach Event for Years 11 & 12

Students in Years 11 and 12 are invited to join Cambridge Slavonic Studies for a virtual taster day. This online event is free but booking is required.


Read more at: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies presents: A conversation with Alyona Alyona Ukraine’s foremost rap sensation!
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Cambridge Ukrainian Studies presents: A conversation with Alyona Alyona Ukraine’s foremost rap sensation!

Cambridge Ukrainian Studies presents: A conversation with Alyona Alyona Ukraine’s foremost rap sensation! 10 May 2021 - 17:00 (BST) |The online event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Register in advance for this event at: http://bit.ly/alyona_alyona_mmll About Alyona Alyona : Alyona Alyona (née...


Read more at: Cambridge Slavonic Studies Presents: Maria Stepanova and Sasha Dugdale: In Conversation
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Cambridge Slavonic Studies Presents: Maria Stepanova and Sasha Dugdale: In Conversation

Join Cambridge Slavonic Studies on 27 April 2021 at 18:00 (BST) , Online - Register in advance here for: Maria Stepanova and Sasha Dugdale: In Conversation . Award-winning poet and novelist Maria Stepanova and her translator, poet Sasha Dugdale in an event to celebrate the publication in English translation of Stepanova's...


Read more at: Dead souls, barge haulers, and onion domes: Quizzing through the Slavic world

Dead souls, barge haulers, and onion domes: Quizzing through the Slavic world

Join us for this exciting event, an interactive virtual event featuring Dr Ksenia Zanon and the Slavonic Section. This event is part of the Cambridge Festival and will be held from 2-3pm Saturday 27 March.


Read more at: CUS presents: Dr Talia Zajac on 'The Patronage of the Rus’-born Duchess Gremislava (Grzymisława) of Kraków and Sandomierz (d. 1258): A Re-Evaluation?'
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CUS presents: Dr Talia Zajac on 'The Patronage of the Rus’-born Duchess Gremislava (Grzymisława) of Kraków and Sandomierz (d. 1258): A Re-Evaluation?'

Cambridge Ukrainian Studies is pleased to announce a talk by Dr Talia Zajac on 'The Patronage of the Rus’-born Duchess Gremislava (Grzymisława) of Kraków and Sandomierz (d. 1258): A Re-Evaluation?'. The talk will be given as part of the Cambridge Byzantine Worlds Seminar on 17 March, from 7.00-8.30 (London). All are...


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