Encore Presentations from the CREECA Lecture Series Available to Stream/Read

This spring, CREECA has been sharing some of the most memorable talks from the CREECA Lecture Series on Facebook and Twitter.  Our selection of hand-picked favorites is available to stream via the CREECA Podcast.  Follow the links below to enjoy encore presentations from the CREECA Lecture series:

“Restoring Scorched Maps: Adventure, Memory, and History in Tomasz Różycki’s Twelve Stations (02.06.20)
Łukasz Wodzyński, University of Wisconsin–Madison

A transcript of this presentation is available to download here.

“Roma Filmic Representation as Postcolonial ‘Object’” (10.17.19)
Sunnie Rucker-Chang, University of Cincinnati

A transcript of this presentation is available to download here.

“Space begins on Earth: Communications Satellites and Cold War History” (03.13.19)
Christine Evans, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

“How Jehovah’s Witnesses Became ‘Extremists’: The Strange State of Religious Freedom in Russia” (11.1.18)
Emily Baran, Middle Tennessee State University

“Orthodox Impossible: Russian History and the Limits of Studying Religion” (10.04.18)
Patrick Michelson, Indiana University

“Memories and Myths: The Personal and Political Impacts of the Siege of Leningrad” (04.18.19)
Lisa Kirschenbaum, West Chester University

“Nuclear Power & the Arrogance of Man: Revisiting the Chernobyl Disaster” (04.19.18)
Serhii Plokhii, Harvard University

“Reproductive Health Improvements in Central Asia: How much and for whom?” (07.25.19)
Cynthia Buckley, University of Illinois, Urbana–Champaign

“Insights on Imperial Russian Industrialization” (11.02.17)
Amanda Gregg, Middlebury College

“World War I, Its Impact, and Those Who Made Poland’s Rebirth Happen” (10.25.18)
Donald Pienkos, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee

“Webs of Corruption: Trafficking and Terrorism in Central Asia” (11.07.19)
Mariya Omelicheva, University of Kansas