An interdisciplinary series of lectures on Ukraine and from Ukraine in Spring 2022
A Ukrainian perspective is essential to understanding Russia’s war in Ukraine. Both in international media and academic discussions, the current war is sometimes presented without giving proper agency to Ukrainians and ignoring their perspectives and visions for the future.
An interdisciplinary series of lectures on Ukraine and from Ukraine in Spring 2022 aims to engage with Ukrainian scholars as well as scholars working in or on Ukraine. The lectures are also open for wider audiences.
The lecture series is organised by the HEPP research group and its Now-Time Us-Space Kone Foundation project, Faculty of Social Sciences, and the Aleksanteri Institute, from the University of Helsinki as well as the Degree Programme of Politics from Tampere University. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
Scheduled times: Tuesday 16–17.30 and Thursday 12–13.30
Lecture recordings will be available in Unitube for two weeks. You can find the videos for example searching by "Ukrainian voices".