|Decolonizing Slavic Studies||Lecture||Daryna KorkachEwa Thompson||
Speakers: Daryna KorkachEwa Thompson
Ewa Thompson´s lecture dealt with the insights first articulated in that book: why Russian colonialism has not been noticed until recently, how the teaching of Russian literature and history in the West has been influenced by colonialist distortions present in Russian literature, and the role of Western universities and research centres in promoting a colonialist version of Russian history.
|The Sources of Suprematism||Seminars and Colloquia||Clemena AntonovaEva ForgacsTatiana Levina||
In recent years, many interesting studies have appeared that shed light on the Kyiv period of Malevich's work (1928–30) and the avant-garde context in Ukraine. In 2015, several of Malevich’s texts were found in the archive of Marian Kropyvnytsky in Kyiv. Levina analyzed recently published books and articles by Tetyana Filevska, Myroslava M. Mudrak, Myroslav Shkandrij, and others to get a deeper insight into his Ukrainian heritage.