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Ukraine Teach-In and Panel Recordings

On Feburary 24th, Russia initiated a military invasion of Ukraine. On March 2nd, faculty from the Department of Slavic and Eurasian Languages & Literatures hosted a teach-in and panel to inform the community about the situation, the history of Ukraine, and the background of the present crisis. These events were hosted in KU's Spooner Hall and were live-streamed. Recordings of the live stream are avalible at the recordings bellow:


Oleksandra Wallo: The Situation in Ukraine

Vitaly Chernetsky: The History of Ukraine

Ani Kokobobo: Contemporary Russian Reactions

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