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Ukrainian Studies Launched in Cambridge

‘Ukraine is in an important geopolitical position at the crossroads between East and West,’ said Finnin. ‘It has a vibrant literary tradition and a lively culture which, since its independence in 1991, has really begun to explore new directions. This is a very exciting time for scholars of Ukrainian literature and culture, and it’s an excellent time for Cambridge to be formulating a programme to study this remarkable country.’


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