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May 2022

  • Tuesday, May 31st Germany’s Role in Russia-Ukraine War

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    Tuesday, May 31, 20221:00PM - 2:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Sebastian Harnisch is Professor for International Relations and Foreign Policy at the Institute for Political Science of the Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences at Heidelberg University, and member of the Board of Directors of the Heidelberg Center for American Studies (HCA). His main research areas include comparative foreign and security policy, international relations theories, cybersecurity, non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and climate change policy issues. Sebastian Harnisch holds degrees in history and political science from Trier University and was a research fellow at the Japan Center for International Exchange (Tokyo, 1996), Columbia University (New York, 1996), and Yonsei University (Seoul, 1996-1997), as well as Heidelberg’s Center of Excellency, the Marsilius-Kolleg (2012-2013). He has taught at Trier University (2003-2006) and the Federal Armed Forces University in Munich (2006-2007), and was visiting professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University (2011), Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (2013), and China Foreign Affairs University (2018). Sebastian Harnisch is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Foreign Policy Analysis journal, as well as co-¬editor of the series Foreign Policy and International Order (Nomos Verl.) and the Oxford Research Encyclopedia for Foreign Policy Analysis (Oxford University Press). He has published numerous books, volumes, and articles in renowned journals.

    Kai Oppermann is Professor of International Politics at the Chemnitz University of Technology. He has previously held positions at the University of Sussex, King’s College London and the University of Cologne. His research centres on the domestic sources of European integration and foreign policy, with a focus on transatlantic relations and British and German and foreign policy. Kai won a Marie Curie Fellowship for a research project on EU referendums and worked as a specialist advisor to the House of Lords External Affairs Sub-Committee in the UK. His work has been published in international peer-reviewed journals such as European Journal of International Relations, West European Politics, Foreign Policy Analysis, Journal of European Public Policy and British Journal of Politics and International Relations. Kai is a co-editor at German Politics and an associate editor of the Oxford Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis (2018). He regularly gives media interviews on topics related to German and British foreign policy and transatlantic relations.

    Dr. Iryna Solonenko is Senior Fellow at Berlin-based think-tank Center for Liberal Modernity. Since 2012 she has been based in Berlin and served as an expert/consultant for numerous organisations in Germany, the EU and Ukraine. From May 2015 to February 2021 she was associate fellow at DGAP. Since 2012, she has been working on a research project at the European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder), addressing state-business relations in hybrid regimes with a focus on the political role of Ukrainian oligarchs. Between 2000 and 2012, she worked with the Open Society Foundations in Ukraine as the director of the European Program and as a project manager for the EastWest Institute in Kyiv. Dr. Iryna Solonenko holds degrees in international relations, European studies, public administration, and history from the Birmigham University, UK; Central European University, Budapest; National Academy of Public Administration, Kyiv; and National University Kyiv-Mohyla Academy in Kyiv. Dr. Solonenko is the author of a number of academic, policy, and media publications. She has served on advisory councils with Ukrainian public authorities, has shared her expertise with EU institutions, and has been a board member or expert with such organizations as Kyiv Dialogue, DiXi Group, the Bertelsmann Transformation Index, the Eastern Partnership Index and Varieties of Democracy. Her most recent article “Ukraine’s Fight Is also a Fight for the West’s Future“ was published in the Internationale Politik Querterly, Issue #2, April 2022 – https://ip-quarterly.com/en/ukraines-fight-also-fight-wests-future

    Randall Hansen is Director of the Munk School’s Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, as well as the Global Migration Lab. He is Full Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto and Canada Research Chair in Global Migration. He served as Interim Director of the Munk School from 2017 to 2020. Hansen works on immigration and citizenship, demography and population policy and the effects of war on civilians. His published works include Disobeying Hitler: German Resistance after Operation Valkyrie (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014), Sterilized by the State: Eugenics, Race and the Population Scare in 20th Century North America (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2014), Fire and Fury: the Allied Bombing of Germany (Penguin, 2009), and Citizenship and Immigration in Post-War Britain (Oxford University Press, 2000).

    Contact

    Olga Kesarchuk
    416-946-8938


    Speakers

    Randall Hansen
    Chair
    Director, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies; Director, Global Migration Lab; Professor of Political Science, University of Toronto

    Sebastian Harnisch
    Speaker
    Professor of International Relations and Foreign Policy at the Faculty of Economic and Social Sciences of the University of Heidelberg

    Kai Oppermann
    Speaker
    Professor for International Politics, TU Chemnitz, Germany

    Iryna Solonenko
    Speaker
    Senior Fellow, Zentrum Liberale Moderne (Center for Liberal Modernity)


    Main Sponsor

    Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine

    Co-Sponsors

    Joint Initiative for German and European Studies

    Center for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies


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June 2022

  • Tuesday, June 7th Russia’s War in Ukraine: View from Finland and Sweden

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    Tuesday, June 7, 202211:00AM - 12:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Vladimir Gel’man is Professor of Russian Politics in the University of Helsinki. His books include Authoritarian Russia: Analyzing Post-Soviet Regime Changes (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2015) and Authoritarian Modernization in Russia: Ideas, Institutions, and Policies (Routledge, 2017). He also authored scholarly articles in Europe-Asia Studies, Post-Soviet Affairs, International Political Science Review, East European Politics, and other journals.

    Dr. Arkady Moshes is Program Director for the EU Eastern Neighborhood and Russia research program. He is also a member of the Program on New Approaches to Research and Security in Eurasia (PONARS Eurasia) at George Washington University. He received his Ph.D in history of international relations from the Russian Academy of Sciences (1992). Before moving to Finland in 2002, he had been since 1988 working in the Institute of Europe in Moscow. From 2008 to 2015 he was an Associate Fellow of the Russia and Eurasia Program at Chatham House. Since 2017 he has been a member of EU-Russia Expert Network (EUREN). He has been a visiting scholar at the Danish Institute of International Affairs (2002) and the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at Elliott School of International Relations, George Washington University (2016), a Public Policy Fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (2007) and a regular guest lecturer at the NATO Defence College (2005-10, 2013-15) and Geneva Center for Security Policy (1998-2021). His areas of expertise include Russian foreign policy, European-Russian relations as well as internal and foreign policy of Ukraine and Belarus.

    Fredrik Löjdquist is Director of the Stockholm Centre for Eastern European Studies (SCEEUS), an independent institute constituted and financed by the Swedish Government, with its organisational domicile at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs. He is a former Swedish diplomat, with previous missions such as special envoy and ambassador for the Swedish Presidency of the EU in Georgia 2009, ambassador to the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) 2012–2017, and most recently, Sweden’s first ambassador and special envoy for hybrid threats based in Stockholm 2018–2021. He has also been on diplomatic missions in Vilnius, Moscow and Vienna, represented Sweden in the OSCE Structured Dialog on European safety 2017–2021, and been a member of the steering board of the European Centre of Excellence for Countering Hybrid Threats, located in Helsinki.

    Martin Kragh is deputy director of the Stockholm Center for Eastern European Studies at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs, and associate professor at the Institute for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Uppsala University. He defended his PhD at the Stockholm School of Economics in 2009, and specializes in the economic and political development of Russia and the EU’s eastern neighbourhood. His research interests include economic history, political economy, foreign affairs and Nordic-Russian relations.

    Contact

    Larysa Iarovenko
    416-946-8962

    Main Sponsor

    Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine

    Co-Sponsors

    Nordic Studies Initiative, Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies


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  • Friday, June 10th How Can Ukraine Achieve Long Term Security?

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    Friday, June 10, 202212:00PM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Volodymyr Dubovyk is an Associate Professor, Department of International Relations and Director of the Center for International Studies, Odesa I. I. Mechnikov National University (Ukraine). V. Dubovyk has conducted research at the Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (1997, 2006-2007), at the Center for International and Security Studies at the University of Maryland (2002), taught at the University of Washington (Seattle) in 2013 and at St. Edwards university/University of Texas (Austin) in 2016-17. He is the co-author of “Ukraine and European Security” (Macmillan, 1999) and has published numerous articles on US-Ukraine relations, regional and international security, and Ukraine’s foreign policy. Areas of expertise: Ukraine, Transatlantic Relations, U.S., Black Sea security.

    Olexiy Haran is Professor of Comparative Politics at the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy (UKMA). In 1991-93, he was Dean and organizer of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the re-born Kyiv Mohyla Academy. Since 2002, he has served as Founding Director of the UKMA School for Policy Analysis, and since 2015 as Research Director at the Democratic Initiatives Foundation, a leading Ukrainian analytical and sociological think tank. He is the co-editor of Constructing a Political Nation: Changes in the Attitudes of Ukrainians during the War in the Donbas (2017), Ukraine in Europe: Questions and Answers (2009), Russia and Ukraine: Ten Years of Transformation (Moscow 2003) and several other books. His latest book is From Brezhnev to Zelensky: Dilemmas of Ukrainian Political Scientist (20121). He is also a frequent commentator in Ukrainian and international media. In winter 2013-2014, Prof. Haran was a member of the Council of ‘Maidan’ movement. In 2014-2016 he spent several weeks at the frontline near Mariupol, Luhansk, Avdiivka, and the Donetsk airport. He has been a member of Public Council under Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine for 15 years.

    Currently working on projects related to security sector governance and reforms, Rosaria Puglisi is an expert on countries of Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus and Central Asia. She worked and lived in the region for the best part of the last 25 years, engaged, in both advisory and leadership roles, with international organizations like the European Union, the Council of Europe and NATO. With a background in political affairs, security policy and crisis management, Rosaria has worked first-hand in all the protracted post-Soviet conflicts and been involved in related international conflict prevention and resolution efforts. She holds a PhD from the University of Glasgow on relations between Russia and Ukraine and has written on the Ukrainian security sector after the 2013-14 Maidan.

    Dr Kateryna Zarembo is a social sciences scholar. She has been an associate fellow at the New Europe Center (Kyiv, Ukraine) since 2019. Since 2016 she has been teaching at the double-degree “German and European Studies” Master program, administered jointly by the National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla” Academy (Ukraine) and Friedrich Schiller University in Jena (Germany). In 2017-2019 she held the position of a deputy director for research at the New Europe Center. In 2010-2017 she worked at the Institute of World Policy (Kyiv, Ukraine).

    Contact

    Olga Kesarchuk
    416-946-8938


    Speakers

    Lucan Way
    Chair
    Professor of Political Science, co-director of the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine

    Rosaria Puglisi
    Speaker
    Independent Scholar

    Olexiy Haran
    Speaker
    Professor of Political Science at the National University "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy,", Founding Director of the Kyiv Mohyla University School of Policy Analysis

    Volodymyr Dubovyk
    Speaker
    Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, Mechnikov National University, Odesa, Ukraine

    Kateryna Zarembo
    Speaker
    An associate fellow at the New Europe Center (Kyiv, Ukraine)


    Main Sponsor

    Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine

    Co-Sponsors

    Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies


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  • Tuesday, June 14th Does the Russian opposition have a Ukrainian problem?

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    Tuesday, June 14, 202211:00AM - 12:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Laura Beers is Professor at Department of History, American University, Washington, DC. Her research focuses on modern Britain. She is particularly interested in the ways in which politics both influences and is shaped by cultural and social life, and in the role of the mass media in modern society. Her most recent book, Red Ellen: The Life of Ellen Wilkinson, Socialist, Feminist, Internationalist, a history of Britain’s second female cabinet minister, was awarded the 2017 Stansky award for best book published in the field of modern British history. She is also the author of Your Britain: Media and the Making of the Labour Party, as well as several journal articles and book chapters, and co-edited, with Dr. Geraint Thomas, Brave New World: Imperial and Democratic Nation-Building in Britain between the Wars. She is currently editing the final volume of the new Cambridge History of Britain, covering the period from 1900 through to the present day.

    Gulnaz Sharafutdinova is Professor of Russian Politics, King’s College London. She has recently published The Red Mirror: Putin’s Leadership and Russia’s Insecure Identity (Oxford University Press, 2020) that explores issues of authoritarian legitimation in Russia relying on social identity theory. She currently works on a book The Afterlife of the Soviet Man: Rethinking Homo Sovieticus and conducts research on digital technologies of governance and vaccine hesitancy in the context of authoritarian regimes. Gulnaz holds a PhD from the George Washington University, and speaks fluent Russian, Tatar and English. Gulnaz was born in Tatarstan, Russia, and still keeps tight connections to her homeland.

    Ivan Gomza is Head of Public Policy and Governance Department at Kyiv School of Economics. He holds his Ph.D. in political science. Dr. Gomza was a fellow of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in 2013, the Fulbright Faculty Development Program in 2016-2017, and Petrach Ukrainian Studies Fellowship in 2022. His scholarly interests comprise democratization, authoritarian regimes, contentious politics, and good governance. Dr. Gomza had his articles published in international academic journals and sits on Communist and Post-Communist Studies journal editorial board. He also authored two books, his most recent title being Republic of Decadent Days: Ideology of French Integral Nationalism under the Third Republic (2021).

    Jan Matti Dollbaum is a postdoctoral researcher at Bremen University, specialising in activism and civil society in Russia. He is also an Associated Junior Fellow at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg (Institute for Advanced Study, HWK) and an affiliated researcher at the Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen. He is a co-author of Navalny: Putin’s Nemesis, Russia’s Future? (2021).

    Contact

    Larysa Iarovenko
    416-946-8962


    Speakers

    Gulnaz Sharafutdinova
    Speaker
    Professor of Russian Politics, King’s College London

    Ivan Gomza
    Speaker
    Head of Public Policy and Governance Department at Kyiv School of Economics

    Jan Matti Dollbaum
    Speaker
    Post-doctoral research fellow at the Research Center on Inequality and Social Policy (SOCIUM) at the University of Bremen

    Lucan Way
    Chair
    Professor of Political Science, co-director of the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, CERES, University of Toronto

    Laura Beers
    Speaker
    Professor, Department of History, American University



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  • Monday, June 20th Ukrainian Cities under Siege: Looking to the Past to Understand the Present

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    Monday, June 20, 202212:00PM - 1:30PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Will be provided shortly.

    Contact

    Olga Kesarchuk
    416-946-8938


    Speakers

    Maria Avdeeva
    Speaker
    Research Director at the European Expert Association

    Ivana Macek
    Speaker
    Associate Professor, Department of Social Anthropology, Stockholm University

    Serhii Parkhomenko
    Speaker
    Associate Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Mariupol State University

    Alexander Watson
    Speaker
    Professor of History, University of London

    Mychailo Wynnyckyj
    Speaker
    Associate Professor of Sociology, Kyiv-Mohyla Academy

    Ksenya Kiebuzinski
    Chair
    Co-Director of the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, Head of the Petro Jacyk Central and East European Resource Centre, University of Toronto Libraries


    Main Sponsor

    Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine

    Co-Sponsors

    Center for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies


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  • Tuesday, June 28th The Russo-Ukrainian War: Where Things Stand. A Conversation with Professors Maria Popova and Oxana Shevel

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    Tuesday, June 28, 202212:00PM - 1:00PMOnline Event, Online Event
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    Professor Shevel’s research and teaching focus on the post-Communist region surrounding Russia, and issues such as nation- and state-building, the politics of citizenship and migration, memory and religious politics, and challenges to democratization in the post-Soviet region. She is the author of Migration, Refugee Policy, and State Building in Postcommunist Europe (Cambridge University Press, 2011), which examines how the politics of national identity and strategies of the UNHCR shape refugee admission policies in the post-Communist region, leading countries to be more or less receptive to refugees. The book won the American Association of Ukrainian Studies (AAUS) 2012 book prize. Professor Shevel’s current research projects examine the sources of citizenship policies in the post-Communist states; church-state relations in Ukraine; the origins of separatist conflict in Donbas; and memory politics in post-Soviet Ukraine. Her research has appeared in a variety of journals, including Comparative Politics, Current History, East European Politics and Societies, Europe-Asia Studies, Geopolitics, Nationality Papers, Post-Soviet Affairs, Political Science Quarterly, Slavic Review and in edited volumes.

    Maria Popova is Jean Monnet Chair and Associate Professor of Political Science at McGill University. Her work explores the intersection of politics and law in the post-Communist region, specifically the rule of law, judicial reform, political corruption, populist parties, and legal repression of dissent. Prof Popova’s book, Politicized Justice in Emerging Democracies (Cambridge UP, 2012), won the American Association for Ukrainian Studies prize for best book in the fields of Ukrainian history, politics, language, literature and culture. Her recent projects include work on post-Maidan judicial reform, the politics of corruption prosecutions in Eastern Europe, and the effects of conspiracy theories on democratic backsliding. Some of her research is broadly interdisciplinary and has appeared in volumes edited by historians, sociologists, and legal scholars. Prof. Popova holds a BA in Government and Spanish from Dartmouth College, and an MA and PhD in Government from Harvard University.

    Way’s research focuses on democratization and authoritarianism in the former Soviet Union and the developing world. His most recent book (with Steven Levitsky), Social Revolution and Authoritarian Durability in the Modern World (forthcoming Princeton University Press) provides a comparative historical explanation of the extraordinary durability of autocracies born of violent social revolution. Professor Way’s solo authored book, Pluralism by Default: Weak Autocrats and the Rise of Competitive Politics (Johns Hopkins, 2015), examines the sources of political competition in the former Soviet Union. His book, Competitive Authoritarianism: Hybrid Regimes after the Cold War (with Steven Levitsky), was published in 2010 by Cambridge University Press. Way’s work on competitive authoritarianism has been cited thousands of times and helped stimulate new and wide-ranging research into the dynamics of hybrid democratic-authoritarian rule.

    Contact

    Olga Kesarchuk
    416-946-8938


    Speakers

    Maria Popova
    Speaker
    Associate Professor, Jean Monnet Chair, McGill

    Oxana Shevel
    Speaker
    Associate Professor, Political Science, Tufts University

    Lucan Way
    Chair
    Professor of Political Science, co-Director of the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, CERES


    Main Sponsor

    Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine

    Co-Sponsors

    Center for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies


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September 2022

  • Tuesday, September 20th Funding and Research Opportunities in Germany

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    Tuesday, September 20, 20224:00PM - 6:00PM108N, North House, 1 Devonshire Place, Toronto, ON, M5S 3K7
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    Dr. Strowa, Head of Division Knowledge Exchange and Network (S2) at German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) will provide an overview of funding and research opportunities in Germany as well give a short introduction to the German research landscape.

    Contact

    Larysa Iarovenko
    416-946-8962


    Speakers

    Christian Strowa
    Head of Division Knowledge Exchange and Network, DAAD


    Main Sponsor

    Joint Initiative in German and European Studies

    Co-Sponsors

    Center for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies


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