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“Subjects and Objects: Slavic Collections at Yale, 1896-2022,” an exhibit at Sterling Memorial Library, explores how Yale’s Slavic collections were built. The case pictured here features materials the governments of the Russian Empire and Soviet Union used to consolidate their power over vast land areas. (Photos by Andrew Hurley)
January 2, 2023
“Subjects and Objects” explores how Yale has chronicled the Slavic world through its collections — from the Russian Empire to the Soviet Union and beyond. By Mike Cummings ...
December 16, 2022
Professor Edyta Bojanowska, Chair of the European Studies Council and Chair of the Slavic Languages and Literatures Department, published an essay for the Jordan Center for...
November 11, 2022
In what ways have the roles of language and literature as expressions of Ukrainian identity evolved since the start of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine? For Volodymyr...
November 5, 2022
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to human rights activists from Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia last week. The laureates - the Center for Civil Liberties, Ukrainian...
November 5, 2022
The New York Review of Books published correspondence between Reginald Dwayne Betts (Yale Law School Ph.D. Candidate) and Serhiy Zhadan (Ukraine). As with poetry, the written...
November 4, 2022
On October 4, 2022, the Program on Refugees, Forced Displacement, and Humanitarian Responses at Yale MacMillan Center hosted Oksana Mikheieva, professor at the Department of...
October 7, 2022
When people hear the phrase “white Christian nationalism” in the news, they do not always get the correct meaning. “A common misunderstanding would be that it is the same...