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Read more at: The Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film
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The Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film

Launched in 2008, the Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film showcases the best of Ukrainian cinema as well as international documentary features about Ukraine.


Read more at: The Annual Cambridge Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies
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The Annual Cambridge Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies

Initiated in 2003 with the kind support of the Stasiuk Programme at the University of Alberta , the Annual Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies explores the internal dynamics and international implications of events in today's Ukraine and features the foremost experts in the fields of Ukrainian politics, history, and society.


Read more at: The Annual Cambridge Vsesvit Evening
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The Annual Cambridge Vsesvit Evening

The Annual Cambridge Vsesvit Evening was begun in 2011 to celebrate the art of literary translation and the mission of the journal Vsesvit ( The Universe ) , the oldest active literary journal in Ukraine. Founded in 1925 by Oleksandr Dovzhenko, Vasyl' Blakytnyi, and Mykola Khvyl'ovyi, the journal has translated over 4,000 works from 98 literatures of the world into the Ukrainian language.


Read more at: International Conferences and Symposia
Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Conferences and Symposia

International Conferences and Symposia

Cambridge Ukrainian Studies hosts regular international conferences and symposia that seek to advance the field of Ukrainian Studies and to promote intellectual exchange about Ukraine around the world.


Read more at: Exhibitions and Performances
Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Exhibitions

Exhibitions and Performances

Cambridge Ukrainian Studies regularly organises prominent exhibitions of art and artifacts from and about Ukraine as well as performances of Ukrainian cultural material. Highlights include The 1932-33 Diaries of Gareth Jones , which garnered wide international recognition, and the translation and production of Maklena by Night Train Theatre Company, which resurrected Mykola Kulish's play Maklena Grasa (1933) and adapted it for English-language audiences.


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Extension to postgraduate application deadline for Ukranian nationals

23 May 2022

Ukrainian nationals applying to any of the Faculty's PhD programmes, or to the MPhil programmes in European, Latin American and Comparative Literatures and Cultures, or Film and Screen Studies, may be eligible for an extension of the application deadline to 16 June 2022. Please contact the Postgraduate Office (...

"Donbas, Ukraine's ravaged heartland, has suffered eight years of warfare. Here's why Putin wants it"

21 April 2022

Our associate professor of Ukrainian Studies, Rory Finnin, was interviewed for this CNN article.