We are delighted to invite you to an evening with novelist Anna Shevchenko on Thursday 24th February, 6.45PM, at the Ukrainian Institute in London. Anna will be talking about...
The Ukrainian Institute in London together with Ukraine Charity and Ukrainian Young Professionals in London invite you to Theatre group play: Nights in the Village of Dykanka or the Eve...
“The Crimea – An Insider’s Perspective”. Dr Sergey Tyulenev, Research Associate, Department of Slavonic Studies, University of Cambridge.
“The ‘Younger Brothers’: Teaching Ukrainian History in the USSR”. Zbigniew Wojnowski, PhD student, UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies.
“Old dogs, new tricks? An English view of Ukraine’s strategic options”. Dr Roy Giles CBE, Chairman of Project GOA think tank on intelligence and international relations.
“The Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv, Ukraine: Its story, mission and achievements”. John F. Kurey, President Emeritus, Ukrainian Catholic Education Foundation, Chicago; Dr. Marie-Aude Tardivo, Executive Director, EDUkraine, Brussels.
“Nationalism and the Lyric, Or How Taras Shevchenko Speaks to Compatriots Dead, Living, and Unborn”. Rory Finnin, Lecturer in Ukrainian Studies, Slavonic Department, University of Cambridge.
“The Writer and Society in Post-Soviet Ukraine”. Round-table discussion featuring prominent Ukrainian authors. Presented by the Centre for East European Language Based Area Studies with support from the Ukrainian Institute.
«The BBC Ukrainian Service 2003-2007: Broadcasting in times of permanent political crisis». Maciek Bernatt-Reszczynski, Head of the BBC Ukrainian Service.
«Ivan Franko’s Moses – a Translator’s Perspective». Vera Rich, translator and author.
«From Mazepa to the Maidan». Presented by the ‘Manifold Voices’ live poetry team, led by translator and author Vera Rich.