Russia's War on Ukraine: A New Global Disorder?
Join us for a discussion with Jennifer Trahan, Clinical Professor at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs and expert in international law and human rights, and Carol Giacomo, chief editor of Arms Control Today and a long-time member of The New York Times editorial board. In conversation with Weissman’s Dr. Stephanie R. Golob and Marxe’s Dr. Carla Anne Robbins
Mar 9, 2022 01:00 PM https://youtu.be/HSwme4YJ-Vs
Jewish Pasts, Ukrainian Presents, Speakers, Professors Robert Weinberg, Swarthmore College, Faith Hillis, The University of Chicago, and Brendan McGeever, University of London-Birkbeck
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has plunged the region into the worst crisis since World War II. From the outset of the war, participants on all sides have consciously evoked the Jewish past and the history of genocide in the region to justify present-day political claims. Please join us for a panel discussion about how periods of crisis in the fraught Ukrainian-Jewish past might allow us to make clearer sense of the present conflict.
Tuesday March 15, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
CTL Conversation: Teaching in the Time of The Ukraine War
Russia’s declaration of war on Ukraine on February 24, 2022 marked the first time a European state has been invaded by another since the Second World War, unleashed a humanitarian crisis and heightened the international nuclear threat. What does this situation mean for us as the Baruch community? How can we be more cognizant of those of us–among faculty, students and staff–who are affected by the crisis and exhibit more empathy? What are reputable sources where we can find out about what is happening–and what can we do to help? This event is moderated by Katherine Tsan and Allison Lehr Samuels.
March 8 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EST
Ukraine Crisis Teach-In
Please join Professors Jed Abrahamian, Thomas Heinrich, and Andrew Sloin of the Baruch College History Department for a teach-in on the Ukrainian Crisis. We will consider the historical and contemporary origins of the conflict, the contemporary geopolitical situation, and global political, economic, and security ramifications. This will be followed by a general discussion of the conflict, open to all members of the Baruch Community. Please come and learn about this critical moment in world history.
March 3rd at 12:30pm in VC 3-150