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Teach-In on Ukraine

WCEE Teach-In on Ukraine
March 11, 2022

Faculty and experts provide information about the war in Ukraine to University of Michigan students and community.

Moderated by Geneviève Zubrzycki, professor of sociology and WCEE Director, U-M. Click on titles below to see separate presentations, or view the full playlist in the video player above.

9:30 Ronald G. Suny, William H. Sewell, Jr. Distinguished University Professor of History and professor of political science, U-M
Lessons from History: Ukraine and Russia

10:00 Ambassador Daniel Fried, Weiser Family Distinguished Fellow, Atlantic Council
Stuck in the Middle: Ukraine and U.S. Diplomacy in Eastern Europe before Putin’s War

10:30 Yevgenia Albats, Russian journalist, political scientist, author, radio host, and former visiting professor, U-M
Killing the Messenger: The War in Ukraine and Putin's Repression of Russian Media

11:00 Yuri Zhukov, associate professor of political science and research associate professor with the Center for Political Studies, U-M
Russian Military Scenarios and Strategies

11:30 Brian Porter-Szűcs, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of History, U-M
A New Refugee Crisis: Poles Respond

12:00 Jessica Zychowicz (PhD Slavic '15), director of the Fulbright Program in Ukraine and Institute of International Education Kyiv Office
Academic Leaders in Wartime: The Past and Future of Fulbright Ukraine

12:30 Mikhail Krutikov, professor and chair of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures (SLL) and Preston R. Tisch professor of Judaic Studies, U-M; Benjamin Paloff, professor of SLL and of comparative literature, and CREES Director, U-M; and Svitlana Rogovyk, Lecturer IV, Slavic language program director and advisor of the minor in Ukrainian language, literature, and culture, U-M