Platform Ukraine Conference at UCL, 6-7 June 2015

May 19, 2015 • Educational, Past Events • Views: 1284


Sat-Sun, 6-7 June 2015


ULC – SSEES (School of Slavonic of East European Studies)

Address: 16 Taviton Street, London, WC1H 0BW (Map)


Tickets for students and UCL and other UoL staff are free of charge (please do not forget to bring your ID without this, the fee will be chargeable on the door). All others will be charged £5. Tickets are valid for both days.

Each ticket includes coffee, tea, lunch and drinks at the wine reception.

Register via Eventbrite


The Platform Ukraine international conference brings together researchers from different fields and disciplinary backgrounds. The two-day academic event will cover a variety of topics, such as Artistic Responses to the Crisis in Ukraine, Everyday and Gendered Experiences of Conflict, Memory & Identity, Regional Security Challenges. In addition, there will be a panel on Chernobyl, a keynote speech by Prof Richard Sakwa and another roundtable on Olga Onuch’s book ‘Mapping Mass Mobilization’.

Full programme of the conference can be found at the website.

Call for Proposal:

Platform Ukraine, a multidisciplinary attempt to analyse the Ukraine crisis of 2014 and the post-Soviet space more broadly, welcomes proposals for its 2015 conference. The project aims to provide a unified resource and network of academics studying the area.

The conference will also mark the one-year anniversary of the project, which has been running since May 2014. The panels will be the culmination of a year of workshops and other events that have attempted to push the boundaries of interdisciplinarity.

More information on Platform Ukraine project can be found at


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