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Read more at: 'Ukrainer. The Movie' (2019 film) - Twelfth Annual Festival of Ukrainian Film, day 2
Ukrainer. The Movie - event cover

'Ukrainer. The Movie' (2019 film) - Twelfth Annual Festival of Ukrainian Film, day 2

Don't miss the second day of the Twelfth Annual Festival of Ukrainian Film, featuring 'Ukrainer. The Movie'.


Read more at: Twelfth Annual Festival of Ukrainian Film - screening of 'Mr. Jones'
Mr Jones

Twelfth Annual Festival of Ukrainian Film - screening of 'Mr. Jones'

We're pleased to announce that this year's Twelfth Annual Festival of Ukrainian Film will feature the 2019 drama film 'Mr. Jones'.


Read more at: Fourth Annual Public Lecture in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies
Annual Lecture in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies 2019

Fourth Annual Public Lecture in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies

Join us for the Fourth Annual Public Lecture in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies, to be delivered by Dr Petra Melichar, Prague.


Read more at: Slavonic Section marks arrival of Andrii Smytsniuk, first permanent Ukrainian Language Teaching Officer
Andrii Smytsniuk

Slavonic Section marks arrival of Andrii Smytsniuk, first permanent Ukrainian Language Teaching Officer

The Slavonic Section and Cambridge Ukrainian Studies are pleased to announce that Andrii Smytsniuk will be joining the staff of the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics. Andrii has been hired as the Slavonic Section's first full-time Ukrainian Language Teaching Officer and will lead the development of...


Read more at: Virlana Tkacz and Waldemart Klyuzko to deliver the the Ninth Annual Cambridge Vsesvit Evening on Kurbas and 1920s Avant-garde Theatre in Ukraine
KURBAS: 1920s Avant-garde Theatre in Ukraine

Virlana Tkacz and Waldemart Klyuzko to deliver the the Ninth Annual Cambridge Vsesvit Evening on Kurbas and 1920s Avant-garde Theatre in Ukraine

We are honoured to welcome Virlana Tkacz and Waldemart Klyuzko to deliver the the Ninth Annual Cambridge Vsesvit Evening on Thursday 9 May 2019 . A lecture with images, entitled KURBAS: 1920s Avant-garde Theatre in Ukraine , will take place in St Catherine’s College Ramsden Room at 5.30pm . It will be followed by a question and answer session and a wine reception.


Read more at: Dr Uliana Suprun, the Minister of Health of Ukraine, to deliver 2019 Stasiuk Lecture
Stasiuk Lecture, 1 March 2019, Peterhouse College

Dr Uliana Suprun, the Minister of Health of Ukraine, to deliver 2019 Stasiuk Lecture

Dr Ulana Suprun , the Minister of Health of Ukraine, will deliver the 17th Annual Cambridge Stasiuk Lecture in Contemporary Ukrainian Studies at the University of Cambridge on Friday, 1 March 2019 at 5.30pm . The lecture entitled Inspiring Social Transformation – From Soviet Decay to a National Health Service for Ukraine will take place in the Theatre of Peterhouse College.


Read more at: Cambridge Explores Ukraine’s ‘Multilinguality’
Engaging Multilinguality Composite

Cambridge Explores Ukraine’s ‘Multilinguality’

On 19 October 2018, Cambridge hosted the international conference Engaging Multilinguality: Language, Identity and National Cohesion in Ukraine , which was funded by the AHRC-funded project ‘Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies’ (MEITS) with support from Cambridge Ukrainian Studies. Convened by Rory Finnin and Ivan Kozachenko, the conference sought to examine language diversity in Ukraine from a host of disciplinary perspectives.


Read more at: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies in 2018-19: Exciting Transitions
CUS Directors

Cambridge Ukrainian Studies in 2018-19: Exciting Transitions

Dr Olenka Pevny is succeeding Dr Rory Finnin as Director of the Cambridge Ukrainian Studies programme from 2 October 2018. Finnin, who will be on sabbatical leave from 2018-20 to complete a series of research projects, is the Founding Director of Cambridge Ukrainian Studies, an academic centre launched in 2008 to advance new approaches to the study of Ukraine.


Read more at: 'Brilliantly original': Night Train Theatre and Cambridge Revive the Work of Mykola Kulish
Maklena

'Brilliantly original': Night Train Theatre and Cambridge Revive the Work of Mykola Kulish

A brilliantly original and powerfully acted revival of Mykola Kulish’s controversial 1933 play Maklena Grasa is playing to packed houses in London. It is a product of work in the Cambridge Ukrainian Studies programme.


Read more at: Ukrainian Independence: 100 Years On
2018 Stasiuk Lecture

Ukrainian Independence: 100 Years On

One hundred years ago, amid the frost of 1918, the world witnessed the emergence of an independent Ukraine. This winter, the University of Cambridge explores the dynamics and implications of this emergence with prominent public lectures by renowned scholars Mykhailo Minakov (8 February) , Mark von Hagen (23 February) , and...


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Celebrating 'Freedom on Screen': The 2021 Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film

9 November 2021

From 22 November to 6 December, Cambridge Ukrainian Studies and the Ukrainian Institute London welcome audiences to the 2021 Ukrainian Film Festival, Freedom on Screen . Showcasing a dynamic and diverse selection of documentary and feature films, the event marks 30 years of Ukraine’s independent statehood by celebrating a spirit of creative freedom in contemporary Ukrainian cinema.

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

10 May 2021

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...