BASEES Annual Conference – Keynotes live on ZOOM

Today the the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies (BASEES) starts its 2022 annual conference, BASEES 2022, from 8th April to 10th April at Robinson College, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

EEGA will be present with a panel and a round table discussion. For more information on EEGA’s participation, please see here:

All BASEES 2022 keynotes will be live-streamed on ZOOM (without pre-registration).

Keynote 1 – Dr Olesya Khromeychuk (Ukrainian Institute London) ‘Where is Ukraine on the mental map of the academic community?’
8 April 12:30 (BST)
The recorded event can now be watched on Youtube

Keynote 2 – Prof Andrea Pető (Central European University) ‘War, Memory and Gender‘
8 April 17:45 (BST)

Keynote 3 – Sarah Rainford (BBC Easter Europe Correspondent) in conversation with Prof Judith Pallot (BASEES Vice-President)
9 April 17:45 (BST)
The recorded event can now be watched on  Youtube

Live-streamed book discussion
Book Talk: Stalin’s Library: A Dictator and His Books (Yale, 2022), by Geoffrey Roberts
Panelists: James Ryan, Judith Devlin, Erik Van Ree, Christopher Read, Geoffrey Roberts
9 April 16:00 (BST)

We wish you interesting insights while watching.

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