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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 ...
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...
October 20, 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...
In a mural on a building in Riga, two women, depicted in Ukrainian and Latvian colors, embrace next to the phrase, "Together we are strong."
September 21, 2022
IN EARLY MARCH, ten days after Vladimir Putin sent his army into Ukraine to begin a mass slaughter, I got a message on an encrypted application from my friend Inessa in...
Satellite imagery analysis shows disturbed earth consistent with graves at Olenivka prison
August 30, 2022
Anew report by the Yale School of Public Health’s Humanitarian Research Lab (HRL), a partner in the U.S. Department of State-supported Conflict Observatory, maps the system...
August 10, 2022
The Director of Graduate Studies for the Masters Program in European and Russian Studies, Marci Shore, published an article in Foreign Policy examining Germany’s past and...