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Ukraine: Empire, War and Migration Symposium at University of Galway / An Úcráin: Impireacht, Cogadh agus Imirce Siompóisiam in Ollscoil na Gaillimhe

October 7 - October 8

Details

Start:
October 7
End:
October 8

Venue

THB-G010 Moore Institute Seminar Room, Hardiman Research Building, University of Galway

Organizer

Dr Róisín Healy
Email:
roisin.healy@universityofgalway.ie

Ukraine: Empire, War and Migration

Symposium at University of Galway

7-8 Oct. 2022

Centre for Investigation of Transnational Encounters (CITE), Moore Institute

G010, Hardiman Research Building

 

Fri. 7 Oct.

1:30-3:30 Session 1: Russian Invasion of Ukraine, 2014-2022

Chair: Dan Carey, Director, Moore Institute

Taras Kuzio (National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy) ‘Russian Chauvinism and Imperialism: How Putin’s Obsession with Ukraine Led to the Invasion’

 

Donnacha Ó Beacháin (DCU) ‘What have we learned from Russia’s war in Ukraine?’

 

Tetyana Lokot (DCU) ‘Grassroots citizen resistance in Russia’s war on Ukraine: civic networks, digital spaces and participatory warfare’

 

Maria Falina (DCU) ‘Accountability, responsibility and abuse of history in contemporary Russia’

 

Brendan Flynn (UG) ‘Plus ça change: Does the Ukraine War unseat Irish foreign policy and Ireland’s ambiguous neutrality?’

 

3:30-4:00 Tea/Coffee

 

4:00-5:30 Session 2: Irish-Ukrainian Parallels

Chair: Donnacha Ó Beacháin (DCU)

Irish launch of Ireland and Ukraine: Studies in Comparative Imperial and National History, ed. Stephen Velychenko, Joseph Ruane, and Ludmilla Hrynevych (Stuttgart: ibidem, 2022)

Diarmuid Ó Giolláin (University of Notre Dame) ‘Irish and Ukrainian: history, sociolinguistics and politics’

Liam Kennedy (QUB), ‘Famine as Genocide? Ukraine and Ireland’

Róisín Healy (UG), ‘Nationalism in Ireland and Western Ukraine before World War I’

Andy Bielenberg (UCC) ‘War and revolution in Ireland and Ukraine 1916-1923: some comparisons’

Stephen Howe, Emeritus Professor in the History and Cultures of Colonialism at Bristol University, ‘Putin’s Vision and the Idea of Empire’

Response by Joseph Ruane, Emeritus Professor of Sociology at University College Cork and co-editor of Ireland and Ukraine

 

Sat. 8 Oct.

9:30-11:15 Session 3: Ireland’s Brain Gain – Forum for Ukrainian Humanities Researchers in Ireland

Chair: Tetyana Lokot (DCU)

 

‘Morality and Chaos: How a Human Ought to React to Chaotic Phenomena’

Oleksandr Kulyk (Professor of Philosophy, Oles Honchar Dnipro National University, currently in Kerry) – to be delivered in English

 

‘The impact of the Soviet regime’s repressive policy on the psychological state of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church members in Ukraine (1920 – 1930s)’

Olesia Zhytkova (independent scholar, Kyiv, currently in Cork) – to be delivered in English

 

‘Ukrainian-Japanese relations: the Japanese Consulate in Odesa (1889-1937)’

Svitlana Pavlenko (Deputy Director, Museum of Dnipro City History, currently in Roscommon) – to be delivered in English

 

‘The Consequences of the Russian Policy of Linguocide in Ukraine’

Halyna Klimchuk (Senior Lecturer in Ukrainian Language, National Pedagogical Academy of Ukraine, Kyiv, currently in Dublin) – to be delivered in Ukrainian

 

Note: This session has been facilitated by the generous support of the Ukraine Subgroup of University of Galway Management Team.

 

11:15 Tea/Coffee

 

11:45-13:00 Session 4: Reflections on Ukrainian Forced Emigration

Chair: Róisín Healy (UG)

 

Sylvie Mossay (UG) ‘Ukrainian emigration to Belgium after World War II: A personal case study’

 

Taras Kuzio (National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy) ‘Growing up Ukrainian in Postwar Britain’

 

Aneta Stepien (MU) ‘Recent Ukrainian immigration to Poland through a gender lens’

 

Organised by Dr. Róisín Healy, History Department, University of Galway.

Limited spaces available for outside visitors. For more information, please write to roisin.healy@universityofgalway.ie

 


 

An Úcráin: Impireacht, Cogadh agus Imirce

Siompóisiam in Ollscoil na Gaillimhe

7-8 Deireadh Fómhair 2022

An tIonad Imscrúdaithe ar Theagmhálacha Trasnáisiúnta (CITE), Institiúid de Móra

G010, Áras Taighde Uí Argadáin

 

 

Dé hAoine, an 7 Deireadh Fómhair

1:30-3:30 Seisiún 1: Ionradh na Rúise ar an Úcráin, 2014-2022

Cathaoirleach: Dan Carey, Stiúrthóir, Institiúid de Móra

Taras Kuzio (Acadamh Mohyla, Ollscoil Náisiúnta Chív) ‘Russian Chauvinism and Imperialism: How Putin’s Obsession with Ukraine Led to the Invasion’

 

Donnacha Ó Beacháin (DCU) ‘What have we learned from Russia’s war in Ukraine?’

 

Tetyana Lokot (DCU) ‘Grassroots citizen resistance in Russia’s war on Ukraine: civic networks, digital spaces and participatory warfare’

 

Maria Falina (DCU) ‘Accountability, responsibility and abuse of history in contemporary Russia’

 

Brendan Flynn (Ollscoil na Gaillimhe) ‘Plus ça change: Does the Ukraine War unseat Irish foreign policy and Ireland’s ambiguous neutrality?’

 

3:30-4:00 Tae/Caife

 

4:00-5:30 Seisiún 2: Cosúlachtaí idir Éire agus an Úcráin

Cathaoirleach: Donnacha Ó Beacháin (DCU)

Ireland and Ukraine: Studies in Comparative Imperial and National History, eagí. Stephen Velychenko, Joseph Ruane, agus Ludmilla Hrynevych (Stuttgart: ibidem, 2022) á sheoladh in Éirinn

Diarmuid Ó Giolláin (Ollscoil Notre Dame) ‘Irish and Ukrainian: history, sociolinguistics and politics’

Liam Kennedy (Ollscoil na Banríona), ‘Famine as Genocide? Ukraine and Ireland’

Róisín Healy (Ollscoil na Gaillimhe), ‘Nationalism in Ireland and Western Ukraine before World War I’

Andy Bielenberg (Coláiste na hOllscoile, Corcaigh) ‘War and revolution in Ireland and Ukraine 1916-1923: some comparisons’

Stephen Howe, Ollamh Emeritus le Stair agus Cultúir an Choilíneachais in Ollscoil Bhriostó, ‘Putin’s Vision and the Idea of Empire’

Freagra ó Joseph Ruane, Ollamh Emeritus le Socheolaíocht i gColáiste na hOllscoile, Corcaigh agus comheagarthóir ar Ireland and Ukraine

 

Dé Sathairn, an 8 Deireadh Fómhair

9:30-11:15 Seisiún 3: Daoine Oilte ag teacht go hÉirinn – Fóram do Thaighdeoirí Daonnachtaí na hÚcráine in Éirinn

Cathaoirleach: Tetyana Lokot (DCU)

 

‘Morality and Chaos: How a Human Ought to React to Chaotic Phenomena’

Oleksandr Kulyk (Ollamh le Fealsúnacht, Ollscoil Náisiúnta Oles Honchar Dnipro, i gCiarraí faoi láthair) – le tabhairt i mBéarla

 

‘The impact of the Soviet regime’s repressive policy on the psychological state of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church members in Ukraine (1920 – 1930s)’

Olesia Zhytkova (scoláire neamhspleách, Cív, i gCorcaigh faoi láthair) – le tabhairt i mBéarla

 

‘Ukrainian-Japanese relations: the Japanese Consulate in Odesa (1889-1937)’

Svitlana Pavlenko (Leas-Stiúrthóir, Músaem Staire Chathair Dnipro, i Ros Comáin faoi láthair) – le tabhairt i mBéarla

 

‘The Consequences of the Russian Policy of Linguocide in Ukraine’

Halyna Klimchuk (Léachtóir Sinsearach le hÚcráinis, Acadamh Oideolaíochta Náisiúnta na hÚcráine, Cív, i mBaile Átha Cliath faoi láthair) – le tabhairt in Úcráinis

 

Tabhair faoi deara: Tá an seisiún seo á chur ar fáil le tacaíocht fhlaithiúil ó Fhoghrúpa na hÚcráine ar Fhoireann Bainistíochta Ollscoil na Gaillimhe.

 

11:15   Tae/Caife

 

11:45-13:00 Seisiún 4: Machnamh ar Eisimirce Éigeantach na hÚcráine

Cathaoirleach: Róisín Healy (Ollscoil na Gaillimhe)

 

Sylvie Mossay (Ollscoil na Gaillimhe) ‘Ukrainian emigration to Belgium after World War II: A personal case study’

 

Taras Kuzio (Acadamh Mohyla, Ollscoil Náisiúnta Chív) ‘Growing up Ukrainian in Postwar Britain’

 

Aneta Stepien (MU) ‘Recent Ukrainian immigration to Poland through a gender lens’

 

Arna eagrú ag an Dr Róisín Healy, Roinn na Staire, Ollscoil na Gaillimhe.

Spásanna teoranta ar fáil do chuairteoirí seachtracha. Má tá suim agat teacht, scríobh chuig roisin.healy@universityofgalway.ie