Vladislav Zubok

Event Media

“I Say It Burns”: Poet/post-rock musician Grzegorz Kwiatkowski in Conversation with Cynthia Haven

Yevgenia Albats: "Institutional Persistence: The Role of the Political Police in the USSR and Present Day Russia"

Andrey Kurkov: "From Violence to Vaudeville: How War Has Brought Comedians to Power"

Pey-Yi Chu: "The Life of Permafrost: A History of Frozen Earth in Russian and Soviet Science"

Eliot Borenstein: The Annual Alexander Dallin Lecture - "Plots against Russia: The Uses of Conspiracy after the Soviet Collapse"

Bojana Videkanic: "Nonaligned Modernism: Socialist Postcolonial Aesthetic in Yugoslavia, 1945-1985"

Kathryn Ciancia: "On Civilization's Edge: A Polish Borderland in the Interwar World"

Francine Hirsch: "Soviet Judgment at Nuremberg: A New History of the International Military Tribunal after WWII"

Erica Marat: "Technological Solutions for Complex Problems: Emerging Electronic Surveillance Regimes in Eurasia"

Dominique Kirchner Reill: "The Fiume Crisis: Life in the Wake of the Habsburg Empire"

"The Nagorno Karabakh Crisis: Global, Regional and Domestic Perspectives"

Vladislav Zubok: "Reformed to Death: The Strange End of the USSR"

Nikita Petrov: "The Eyes and Ears of the Party: The KGB in the Soviet Political System"

Viktoriya Sereda: "Region, Nation, and Beyond"

Mykola Riabchuk: "Examined by War: New Bonds and Old Cleavages in Post-Maidan Ukrainian Society"

Lilia Shevtsova: "Russia as a Global Challenge"

Lena Jonson: "Art and Protest in Putin's Russia"

Karen Dawisha: "Is Putin’s Russia a Kleptocracy? And if so, so what?"

Zoran Amar: "Cinema on the Urban Edge"

Nina Bunjevac: "Fatherland: A Family History"

Michael McFaul: "A New Cold War? Causes and Consequences of Confrontation with Russia"

Volodymyr Dubovyk: "Ukraine: What is the Fight All About?"

"Contextualizing the Holodomor: 80th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Famine of 1932-1933"

Taras Koznarsky: "Shevchenko and His Readers"

Zelimir Zilnik: "One Woman, One Century"

Mikhail Iampolski: "Anthropology of Cultural Models: Two Ways of Appropriating History in the 1920s"