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Thursday, January 16, 2020

From Vision to Reality: Fifty Years of Ukrainian Studies at Harvard University
Visit now through January 16, 2020. More information.  
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Join HURI at ASEEES 2019

HURI is looking forward to the 2019 Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) Convention, which begins tomorrow, November 23, in San Francisco, California. This year there are over 80 events related to Ukraine, many of which involve the participation of our faculty, staff, fellows, and associates. We're also showcasing our publications in the exhibition hall. Find us at Booths 118 and 120 to peruse our volumes, purchase books at a discount, and talk with our publications staff about your articles and book manuscripts.

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Forgotten Bastards of the Eastern Front: Q&A with Serhii Plokhy

Forgotten Bastards of the Eastern Front: American Airmen Behind the Soviet Lines and the Collapse of the Grand Alliance by Serhii Plokhy (Plokhii), new in October 2019, provides a fresh perspective on the cooperation between the US, Britain, and the Soviet Union to defeat Nazi Germany. In this interview, Plokhii answers a few questions about his research and his book.

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TCUP: Borderlands and Contact Zones Conference

Emily Channell-Justice, Director of the Temerty Contemporary Ukraine Program, discusses key points of a conference she recently attended in Ukraine. The "Borderlands and Contact Zones in Ukraine and the Black Sea Region" conference in Vinnytsia was co-hosted by the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland) and the Vasyl’ Stus Donets’k National University (now based in Vinnytsia). It highlighted research related to St. Gallen’s project on borderlands, as well as additional papers from around the region.

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Гарвардський Бібліотекар-архівіст Ольга Алексич

Всім, що пов’язано з опрацюванням та використанням гарвардської україніки, займається Ольга Алексич, бібліотекар-архівіст фонду ім. Петра Яцика, заснованого ще у 1970-х роках. Її службові обов'язки включають замовлення та закупівлю літератури з України, каталогування українознавчих монографій та періодичних видань для гарвардських бібліотек, організацію та описування архівних колекцій, а також надання консультацій, довідкових та дослідницьких послуг студентам, аспірантам, викладачам, стажистам і стипендіатам УНІГУ та Центру імені Дейвіса.


Information forthcoming.