3/1 The Work of Archives and Cultural Institutions as a Form of Protest

The Work of Archives and Cultural Institutions as a Form of Protest

 

Friday, March 1
4:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Neubauer Collegium

 

The participants at this roundtable discussion will consider the work of archives and cultural institutions as a form of protest, with particular focus on contemporary Ukraine, Belarus and Russia. Participants include Ales Bialiatski, a Belarusian civic leader and founder of the Minsk-based Viasna Human Rights Center; Vasyl Cherepanyn, director of the Visual Culture Research Center in Kyiv, Ukraine; and Sergey Parkhomenko, a Russian journalist, publisher and civic leader currently serving as a senior advisor at the Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute in Washington, D.C. The discussion will be moderated by Yuliya Ilchuk (Assistant Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stanford University) and Olga Solovieva (Assistant Professor, Comparative Literature, University of Chicago). Q & A and reception to follow. RSVP