The Russian invasion of Ukraine has plunged Europe into interstate war for the first time since World War II and threatens massive economic, political, and military fallout. Are you confused about the historical origins and proximate causes of the conflict? Do you worry about the humanitarian and social ramifications of the conflict? Are you perplexed about the motives of the Russian and Ukrainian governments, the role played by the United States, NATO, and the European Union in the conflict, or the ramifications for the global political and economic order?
If so, then please join Professors Jed Abrahamian, Thomas Heinrich, and Andrew Sloin of the History Department for a teach-in on the Ukrainian Crisis. We will offer some analysis of the historical and contemporary origins of the war and guide an open conversation with all interested members of the Baruch Community.
What: Ukraine Crisis Teach-In
When: Thursday, March 3, 2022, 12:30-2:00 PM
Where: Baruch College, Vertical Campus, 3-150