Understanding the War in Ukraine: Insights from the Recent Past, 1991—Present

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Guests
David Hoffmann

Ohio State University History Professor David Hoffmann examines some key moments in recent Russian and Ukrainian history, with particular attention to the breakup of the Soviet Union, Putin’s rise to power in Russia, and the 2014 Revolution in Ukraine. 

Speaker | David L. Hoffmann, College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of History. Professor Hoffmann is a specialist in Russian and Soviet history, with a particular focus on the political, social, and cultural history of Stalinism.  

Moderator | Angela Brintlinger, Professor and Interim Department Chair of the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures and Director of the Center for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies.

This lecture is a part of the Center for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies' "Understanding the War in Ukraine: Weekly Wednesday Speaker Series."

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Angela Brintlinger , "Understanding the War in Ukraine: Insights from the Recent Past, 1991—Present" , Origins: Current Events in Historical Perspective
April, 2022
https://www.origins.osu.edu/listen/history-talk/understanding-war-ukraine-insights-recent-past-1991-present?language_content_entity=en.
April, 2022

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