A Century of Ukrainian Statehoods: 1917 and Beyond - Day 2
Saturday, March 25th, 2017
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Conference Program (Day II):
Panel 3: Soviet State-Building and Ukrainian Culture
10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.
“What was Soviet and Ukrainian about Soviet Ukrainian Culture?”
Mayhill C. Fowler, Assistant Professor of History, Stetson University
“In Search of Own “Self”: Anticolonial Discourse of Soviet Ukrainian Cinema in the 1920s”
Yana Prymachenko, Researcher, Institute of the History of Ukraine, National Academy of Sciences
“Rehabilitating a Mythology: The Ukrainian SSR’s Foundational Myth after Stalin”
Markian Dobczansky, Petro Jacyk Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Toronto
Panel 4: Toward a Consolidated Statehood? The Ukrainian SSR in the 1960s–1980s
“Corruption and Ideological Subversion: Soviet Ukrainian Political Elites in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the 1970s–80s”
Olga Bertelsen, Research Fellow, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute
“Making Soviet Ukraine Ukrainian: Ideas of Ukrainian Statehood in the Ukrainian Diaspora of Canada and the USA (1960–80s)”
Simone Attilio Bellezza, Research Fellow, Department of Humanities, University of Trento, and Visiting Scholar, University of Toronto
“Building Socialism, Being a Professional: Everyday Life and Professional Identity in Late Soviet Ukraine”
Oleksandra Gaidai, Senior Research Fellow, Museum of History of Kyiv
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS IS DAY II OF A 2-DAY CONFERENCE. IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND THE CONFERENCE ON DAY I (MARCH 24) AS WELL, PLEASE REGISTER FOR IT SEPARATELY.
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