Course Description

IN PERSON: At the time of writing this proposal, Ukraine is engaged in defending itself and its territorial integrity from Russia. This course will present the history of Ukraine from the development of the Kievan Rus’ to the start of the invasion of its territory by Russia. Russia and Ukraine share the early history of the Kievan Rus’, but then their paths diverged, and they each developed a different culture. Russia claims that Ukraine is part of Russia. This lecture course will show that that is not the case, and will emphasize Ukrainian culture and its development. Ukrainians struggled for almost two centuries to maintain their culture. This course is intended to help students understand how Ukraine developed as a nation and eventually gained its independence. | Lecture + Q&A.

Max enrollment: 24.

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