In 2015, the 11th Annual Danyliw Research Seminar on Contemporary Ukraine at University of Ottawa teams up with Krytyka, Ukraine's leading intellectual journal, to bring all discussions and presentations closer to you. During the conference on October 22-24, you will be able to watch all panels live on Krytyka's website. Moreover, we invite you to join the conversation and post your questions to presenters and comments below (please kindly register first)!
Danyliw Seminar is dedicated to provide a unique forum for researchers from Canada, Ukraine and elsewhere open to all social science and humanities research topics touching on Ukraine. This year an additional bonus will be blog entries from scholars participating in the seminar who will illuminate the highlights of the presentations and discussions during the conference. Follow their blogs here: http://krytyka.com/en/community/team/danyliw-seminar-2015
All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST).
SATURDAY, OCTOBER24, 2015
The Refugees / 10.00 - 11.00 AM / Laura Dean (Clayton State U), Greta Uehling(U of Michigan), Ioulia Shukan (U Paris-Ouest Nanterre)
Civil Society and the War / 11.00 AM - 12.00 PM / Sofia Tipaldou (Autonomous U of Barcelona), Rosaria Puglisi (Istituto Affari Internazionali), Anna Colin Lebedev (EHESS, Paris)
The Combatants / 1.00 - 2.00 PM / Amandine Regamey (U Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne), Anna Colin Lebedev (EHESS, Paris), Mayhill Fowler ((Stetson U)
The Rise of Volunteer Groups / 2.00 - 3.00 PM / Natalia Stepaniuk (U of Ottawa), Ioulia Shukan (U Paris-Ouest Nanterre), Dominique Arel (U of Ottawa)
Studying Ukraine in War Conditions / 3.00 - 4.00 PM / Oleh Kotsyuba (Harvard U), Mychailo Wynnyckyj (U of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy), Anna Colin Lebedev (EHESS, Paris)
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