UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)


SSEES experts on developments in the Russia-Ukraine war

28 March 2022, 4:30 pm–6:00 pm

SSEESing NOW on Ukraine poster

A SSEESing NOW event on the Russia-Ukraine war with Dr Aglaya Snetkov, Dr Uilleam Blacker, Dr Agnieszka Kubal and Dr Michał Murawski, Ursula Woolley, Bohdana Kurylo, Dr David Dalton, Dr Pete Duncan and Ada Wordsworth. Chaired by Dr Ben Noble.

This event is free.

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on 24 February has already resulted in large-scale destruction and suffering. It has also profoundly shaken our knowledge in the subjects studied at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies: from politics and society to languages and culture, and from economics and business to history.

This event brings together SSEES academics working on the Russia-Ukraine war to provide their latest assessments, drawing on their analysis so far, as well as their broader research expertise.


Dr Aglaya Snetkov Lecturer in International Politics, UCL SSEES

Dr Uilleam Blacker - Associate Professor in the Comparative Culture of Russia and Eastern Europe, UCL SSEES

Dr Agnieszka Kubal - Lecturer in Sociology, UCL SSEES

Dr Michał Murawski - Lecturer in Critical Area Studies, UCL SSEES

Ursula Woolley - PhD Candidate at UCL SSEES

Dr David Dalton - Recently completed his PhD on the political economy of Ukraine at UCL SSEES

Bohdana Kurylo - PhD Candidate at UCL SSEES

Dr Pete Duncan - Honorary Associate Professor, UCL SSEES

Ada Wordsworth - SSEES Alumna and current MPhil student at the University of Oxford


Dr Ben Noble - Associate Professor of Russian Politics, UCL SSEES