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Read more at: Beyond ‘1944': Cambridge Sheds Light on the Language and Culture of the Crimean Tatars
Crimean Tatar Workshop

Beyond ‘1944': Cambridge Sheds Light on the Language and Culture of the Crimean Tatars

This week, on 19 and 20 May, postgraduate students will be learning to speak the language in an innovative workshop on Crimean Tatar culture at the University of Cambridge.


Read more at: Call for Applications: Introduction to Crimean Tatar Language and Culture Workshop
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Call for Applications: Introduction to Crimean Tatar Language and Culture Workshop

On 19-20 May, Cambridge Ukrainian Studies is hosting a two-day ‘Introduction to Crimean Tatar Language and Culture’ for qualified postgraduate students, which will consist of ten language lessons and lectures in literature and music.


Read more at: Postgrads to Discuss 'Images of the Other in Medieval and Early Modern Rus' Sources' at 2016 ASEEES-MAG Summer Convention in L'viv
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Postgrads to Discuss 'Images of the Other in Medieval and Early Modern Rus' Sources' at 2016 ASEEES-MAG Summer Convention in L'viv

From 26-28 June, Cambridge's University Lecturer in Pre-Modern East Slavic Culture, Dr Olenka Pevny, and three PhD students in the Department of Slavonic Studies -- Rosie Finlinson, Nick Mayhew, and Katie Sykes -- will travel to L’viv, Ukraine to participate in the 2016 ASEEES-MAG Summer Convention at the University Centre of the Ukrainian Catholic University.


Read more at: CUS Part of Research Project That Wins Landmark £4 Million Grant
Protest messages in Russian and Ukrainian, Kyiv (December 2013)

CUS Part of Research Project That Wins Landmark £4 Million Grant

Rory Finnin is involved in a major new research project to study the benefits of multilingualism to individuals and society as part of the Open World Research Initiative led by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.


Read more at: Prestigious Hugh Cudlipp Award for Student Journalism Goes to Slavonic Studies Undergrad

Prestigious Hugh Cudlipp Award for Student Journalism Goes to Slavonic Studies Undergrad

Francesca Ebel, an undergraduate in the Department of Slavonic Studies (ab initio Russian and Ukrainian), has won the Hugh Cudlipp Student Journalism Award for her reporting on the war in Ukraine.


Read more at: Undergrad Francesca Ebel Wins at Guardian Student Media Awards

Undergrad Francesca Ebel Wins at Guardian Student Media Awards

Francesca Ebel, an undergraduate in the Department of Slavonic Studies (ab initio Russian and Ukrainian), has won the runner-up award for student multimedia journalist of the year at the Guardian Student Media Awards.


Read more at: Call for Applications: Postgraduate Workshop on ‘NATO, the US and the Crisis in Ukraine’

Call for Applications: Postgraduate Workshop on ‘NATO, the US and the Crisis in Ukraine’

Calling all UK-based graduate students and early career researchers : Cambridge Ukrainian Studies, an academic centre in the Department of Slavonic Studies, is hosting a special workshop entitled 'NATO, the United States and the Crisis in Ukraine’.


Read more at: Call for Applications: Cambridge Postgraduate Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies
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Call for Applications: Cambridge Postgraduate Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies

Calling all UK-based graduate students and scholars in medieval history and culture : Cambridge Ukrainian Studies, a programme of the Department of Slavonic Studies at the University of Cambridge, is hosting a workshop entitled The End of the “Khazar Yoke” .


Read more at: Bringing Ukraine to the Screen: The Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film
Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film

Bringing Ukraine to the Screen: The Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film

On 6 and 7 November 2015 the Annual Cambridge Festival of Ukrainian Film once again offers UK audiences a unique opportunity to experience some of the best of Ukrainian cinema. Free and open to the public, the event is organised by Cambridge Ukrainian Studies, an academic centre in the Department of Slavonic Studies at Cambridge.


Read more at: Past as Prelude: Polish-Ukrainian Relations for the Twenty-First Century
Past as Prelude Conference

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

An international conference bringing together a diverse group of historians, political scientists, public intellectuals and social activists from Poland, Ukraine, the US and the UK to discuss the positive opportunities for the future of Polish-Ukrainian relations in the context of the more difficult questions from the past.


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Slavonic Studies Taster Day

21 May 2024

Nations and Cultures Academic Taster Day: Polish, Russian & Ukrainian Calling all Slavonic-curious linguists, literary critics, cultural historians and political scientists! Applications are open until 9 June , for the Cambridge University Slavonic Studies Taster Day on Wednesday 3 July. This event is followed by the...

Rory Finnin Wins Two ASEEES Book Prizes

21 September 2023

We are delighted to share that Professor Rory Finnin has been awarded two prestigious prizes by the Association for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) for his book Blood of Others: Stalin's Crimean Atrocity and the Poetics of Solidarity (University of Toronto Press, 2022). These ASEEES prizes follow on from two other awards for Blood of Others announced earlier this year.