Please join the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute and the Columbia University Center for Science and Society for a discussion with Kate Brown, author of Manual for Survival: An Environmental History of the Chernobyl Disaster (W.W. Norton & Co., March 2020). Moderated by Mark Andryczyk (Harriman Institute).
This month, our distinguished panelists will bring a comparative perspective to the ongoing anti-regime protests in Belarus. Drawing on current and ongoing research, they will discuss what the several months long movement may mean for the political future of Belarus, Russia, and other countries in the region. Speakers include Aliaksandr Herasimenka (University of Oxford), Olga Onuch (University of Manchester), Katsiaryna Shmatsina (Marshall Fund), and Gerard Toal (Virginia Tech). Moderated by Alexander Cooley (Harriman Institute) and Joshua Tucker (NYU Jordan Center).
Please join us for the launch of the bilingual book They Will Understand Us in 100 Years. Lazar Khidekel, published in concert with the first solo exhibition of Lazar Khidekel’s works in his birthplace of Belarus. Featured speakers: Christina Lodder (Malevich Society), book contributors Regina Khidekel (editor) and Maria Kokkori, and exhibition curator Maya Katznelson. Discussion moderated by Olena Martynyuk (Harriman Institute).
Please join the East Central European Center at the Harriman Institute, the Institute for the Study of Human Rights, and the Czechoslovak Society of Arts and Sciences (SVU), New York Chapter with the support of the Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association (BBLA) for an event with Mary Stegmaier (University of Missouri).
Please join the Ukrainian Studies Program and the East Central European Center at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University for a presentation by Mykola Riabchuk (Institute of Political and Nationalities’ Studies, Academy of Sciences of Ukraine). Moderated by Mark Andryczyk, Associate Research Scholar, Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute.