Ukrainian Homelands


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ukrainian_homelands_iconUkrainian Homelands

Still image from the film The Living Fire
This series presents two stories of tradition and habitat under threat, albeit in very different ways. The films highlight the ethno-cultural and linguistic diversity of Ukraine, as one film focuses on the Hutsul shepherds of the Carpathian Mountains and the other film on the Crimean Tatars of the Crimean Peninsula.

This series is sponsored by the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, the Russian and East European Institute, the Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center, the Institute for European Studies, and the Department of Anthropology. Special thanks to Ukrainian Studies Organization (UkrSO) members Antonina Semivolos, Sofiya Asher, and Svitlana Melnyk. Screenings are free, but ticketed.

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