Two young women standing outside, each holding a cell phone at arms length and taking selfie photos

A Moscow rally on March 18, 2022, celebrating the anniversary of Russia’s 2014 annexation of Crimea.

“Russia: What Next?”

Kathryn W. Davis Memorial Lecture: Speaker, Ivan Kurilla, Professor of History and International Relations, European University at St. Petersburg
Apr 5, 8 PM
Virtual
Free and open to the public

Ivan Kurilla, Professor of History and International Relations at the European University at St. Petersburg, will explore the experience of Russia’s war in Ukraine through Russian eyes, and look toward the future. Who or what is responsible for this catastrophic war? What do Russian people know about its progress, and how do various sectors of society feel about it? What is the possibility and trajectory of the future reintegration of Russia into the community of nations? Professor Kurilla will address these and related questions in a presentation whose main focus will be the complexity of Russian society at this moment, and his hopes for that portion of it that might eventually come to construct a new Russia.

Please register in advance to attend this discussion.

For more information, please contact:

ntumarki@wellesley.edu

Generously supported by:

the Russian Area Studies Program and History Department, Wellesley College; and the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University

Image Credit:

Pavel Bedniakov/Pool/TASS