The Brock University public panel discussion on the political crisis in Ukraine, which was cancelled on March 12, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, March 19.
A group of professors will share their perspectives and historical contexts on the ongoing situation in the Eastern European country – from the deployment of Russian troops in Ukraine to the March 16 Crimean autonomy referendum.
The rescheduled talk takes place Wednesday, March 19, from 7 to 9 p.m. in Thistle 325 at the University.
This community discussion is open to the public.
The new list of panelists include:
- Viktor Avdeev, a visiting professor from the Faculty of World Politics at Moscow State University who is teaching Russian history at Brock this term
- Stefan Dolgert (moderator), assistant professor of political science, of Ukrainian descent
- Juris Dreifelds, an associate professor of political science of Latvian origin who specializes in Russian and Ukrainian politics
- Paul Hamilton, associate professor of political science, who specializes in comparative politics and the European Union
- Bohdan Y. Nebesio, an associate professor of communication, popular culture and film, of Ukrainian descent, who published a Historical Dictionary of Ukraine in 2013