February 25, 2021
Popular Science Lecture "Lesia Ukrainka and Kharkiv: Intellectual and Spiritual Parallels"
On February 25, 2021, Karazin University is holding the online popular science lecture "Lesia Ukrainka and Kharkiv: Intellectual and Spiritual Parallels" dedicated to the poetess's 150th birth anniversary.
Organizers of the event: D. I. Bahalii Center for Ukrainian Studies, School of Philosophy, together with the public organization "Lypetsk Hundred".
Lecturer: Ruslana Maryniak, Associate Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Studies, School of Philosophy.
Moderator: Andrii Domanovskyi, Associate Professor of the Department of Ukrainian Studies, School of Philosophy.
The event participants will learn what connects Lesia Ukrainka to Kharkiv, what famous Kharkivites personally knew the poetess, in which work Lesia Ukrainka expressed her impressions of visiting the Kharkiv region.
The event will take place online on the Ζoom platform.
Please register to participate. Registration lasts until 18:00 on February 24, 2021. Upon completion of the registration period, the participants will receive a link to the Zoom conference to the email address provided.
Beginning: at 18:30.
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