Skip to main content

This event is over.

Event Details:

Panel 1

1:00-1:10pm: Introduction & Opening Remarks, Amir Weiner, Stanford University

1:10-1:40pm: Olga Bertelsen, Tiffin University – Social History of the Famine

1:40-2:10pm: Victoria Malko, California State University, Fresno – The Ukrainian Intelligentsia as the First Target of Soviet Genocide

2:10-2:40pm: Bohdan Klid, Holodomor Research and Education Consortium, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta – Famine and the Great Migrations for Food of 1932

2:40-3:10pm: Q&A

3:10-3:30pm Coffee break

Panel 2

3:30-4:00pm: Daria Mattingly, University of Chichester – Rank-and-File Perpetrators of the famine

4:00-4:30pm: Valeriy Vasylyev, Institute of History of Ukraine of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, CREEES Visiting Scholar – The Kremlin's Direct Rule in Ukraine. November 1932 - February 1933

4:30pm-5:00pm: Norman Naimark, Stanford University – The Holodomor and the Russian Attack on Ukraine Today: The Question of Genocide

5:00-5:30pm: Q&A and closing remarks

RSVP to attend in-person

RSVP to attend on Zoom


Stream Information:

Dial-In Information