Events

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Upcoming

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Looking to dip your toes into the world of digital humanities? Join us this summer for a customized introduction to data creation.

Director, Imperiia Project / Lecturer on History, Harvard University

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At this summer’s Global Studies Outreach workshop, we will consider the future of democracy using global case studies as well as the American comparative perspective.

Associate Director for Programs

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On May 20-22, 2022, the Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies at Nazarbayev University in collaboration with the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University holds an international conference devoted to the mutual interactions between political and intellectual elites of the metropole and the provinces in the former Soviet Union from the period of the empire to the present. The conference will be held on the campus of Nazarbayev University in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. It can also be joined online. 

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A reading and discussion with Ukrainian poets Iya Kiva and Halyna Kruk, moderated by Amelia Glaser. 

Poet, translator, and journalist in Kyiv, Ukraine.

Poet and Professor of Medieval Literature at Lviv State University, Ukraine.

An Associate Professor of Russian and Comparative Literature at UC San Diego and Fellow at Harvard Radcliffe Institute

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The Arms Control Negotiation Academy is pleased to hold ACONA Conference Reykjavik in Reykjavik, Iceland, on May 14, 2022.

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Join us as two historians of the Black Sea present an in-depth look at the mechanisms of nineteenth century trade.

Director, Imperiia Project / Lecturer on History, Harvard University

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Join us for a Zoom conversation in the Thompson room with the artist Pavlo Makov and the pavilion's curators Maria Lanko, Lizaveta German, and Borys Filonenko.

Artist, Kharkiv Ukraine

Independent Curator and Researcher at Open Archive, Kyiv

Art Historian and Researcher, Ukraine

Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures / Director of Undergraduate Studies