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EVENT: Unissued Diplomas Roundtable Discussion

March 2, 2023 at 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Location:376 University Centre

The Unissued Diplomas Roundtable Discussion will bring together EURUS faculty members and subject matter experts to discuss the ongoing war in Ukraine. It will be held after the Unissued Diplomas exhibition, which is taking place at Carleton on Thursday, March 2nd from 8:30AM-4:30PM in the Nideyinàn Atrium. The event is co-organized by Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (EURUS), the Faculty of Public Affairs, and the Carleton Ukrainian Students Club. This event is part of EURUS’ “War in Ukraine: One Year In” lecture series.

The Unissued Diplomas exhibition honours the memory of 36 Ukrainian students who will never graduate because their lives were taken by the Russian invasion. The exhibition was created by to remind the world about the ongoing war and the price Ukrainians pay daily in their fight for freedom.

DATE: Thursday, March 2nd

TIME: 4:30PM-6:00PM

LOCATION: Nideyinàn (formerly University Center), Room 376. 

Registration is Required. Please use the form below. Pizza and refreshments will also be provided for attendees. Please indicate if you have any dietary restrictions in the form below.

About the Unissued Diplomas Roundtable Speakers

Jeff Sahadeo: Dr. Sahadeo is a historian and professor who teaches at EURUS and in the Department of Political Science at Carleton. His teaching interests include diaspora, migration, and empire in Eastern Europe and Asia. He also works on issues of colonialism, nationality, frontiers, and borders in relations of power and the creation of identities and states. A specialist on the Caucasus and Central Asia, Dr. Sahadeo has conducted extensive work in several countries of the region. Dr. Sahadeo’s current research focuses on the intersection between nature and society, movement and social change through a study of rivers in the Republic of Georgia. He is also researching post-conflict peacebuilding through pluralism in Eurasia.

Paul Goode: Dr. Goode is an Associate Professor and McMillan Chair of Russian Studies at the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies. His current research broadly focuses on nationalism and authoritarianism in Russia and the former Soviet states. Professor Goode is Editor-in-Chief of Communist and Post-Communist Studies and Associate Editor of Nationalities Papers. He also serves on the editorial boards for Russian Politics and Social Science Quarterly and the advisory board for Nations and Nationalism. He is a longstanding member of the Program Committee and the advisory board for the Association for the Study of Nationalities.

Milana Nikolko: Dr. Nikolko is an adjunct Research Professor at the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (EURUS), Carleton University. Her research focuses on trauma and collective memories of ethnic groups, trauma and victimization in Diasporas, and on Ukrainian diaspora and remittances. Dr. Nikolko teaches courses on Nation Building In Central And Eastern Europe and nationalism and Ethnic conflict In Eastern and Central Europe at EURUS.