UC teach-in panel on the Ukraine crisis
Scholars discuss current Russian invasion of Ukraine, history, future implications, 11 a.m. March 1
Panelists from the University of Cincinnati’s Department of History and School of Public and International Affairs are hosting a teach-in on the Ukraine crisis at 11 a.m. March 1 in the Tangeman University Center, 2766 UC MainStreet. Virtual attendance is possible via Zoom.
“At times of significant international uncertainty, the expertise of our own UC faculty can foster greater understanding. We invite the university community to come together for an informative discussion on the war in Ukraine so we can better think through its implications for us and the world,” says Richard Harknett, director of the School of Public and International Affairs.
Ivan Ivanov, PhD, associate professor-educator of public and international affairs
Stephan Porter, PhD, associate professor of history
Rebecca Sanders, PhD, associate professor of public and international affairs
Willard Sunderland, PhD, professor of history
Additionally, read more about how UC faculty are participating in the global conversation: UC political sciencists are trusted media sources during Ukraine/Russia conflict
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