Selected* Invited Lectures & Event Participation

Since 2014 only & not including conference paper presentations

  1. Upcoming.  PONARS, “Social Activism in Eurasia” Workshop. “Pro-EU but not Pro-Democracy: Protester Political Dispositions in Belarus.” 04/16/2021.
  2. Upcoming.  ERES, George Washington University, “Who Are The Protesters in Belarus? Survey Evidence.” 04/08/2021.
  3. Upcoming.  Harriman Institute, Columbia University, “The Original Maidan: Revisiting the Revolution the Granite in Comparative Perspective.”04/08/2021.
  4. Upcoming.  Danyliw Annual Lecture, University of Ottawa, Key Note. “Contemporary Engagement.”03/27/2021.
  5. HURI, Harvard University, “Why Is Ukraine a Democracy?” TCUP Annual Conference. 02/03/2021
  6. REES, University of Oxford, “Who are the Protesters in Belarus?: Survey Evidence.” 02/18/2021
  7.  ZOiS, “Politics from below: A Global Perspective.” Annual Conference. 01/28/2021.
  8. Jordan Center NYU and Harriman Center at Columbia,  ‘New York City-Russia Public Policy Series,’ “Belarus: Looking Forward and Looking East to Russia” December 8, 2020
  9. Harvard Ukrainian Institute, “Special Round Table on Protests in Ukraine and Belarus”, November 2020
  10. Munk School of Global Affairs, CERES, University of Toronto “Belarus on the Edge”, August 26, 2020
  11. Ukrainian Canadian Congress and Belarusian Canadian Alliance, “Special Briefing on Belarus,” August 21, 2020
  12. CAPRN, Kings, ZOiS Panel “Belarus Rising: The Roots and Routes of Revolution.” August 20, 2020
  13.  “The Ukraine Side of Impeachment”. New York City Russia Public Policy Series, Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia, NYU and the Harriman Institute, Columbia University, NYC, USA. 01/23/2020
  14. “Who Supports The Revolution After The Rebel Wins”, Ciencia Politica, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella, B.A., Argentina, 10/17/2019.
  15. “Exit & Voice Migration and Protest in Ukraine (2014 – 2019)”, International Symposium: Revolution, War and Their Consequences, Three Revolutions Project, College D’Europe Natolin, Warsaw, Poland, 03/16/2018.
  16. “Media Effects on Protest Participation”, Information Wars: Social Media, and Politics in Russia and Eastern Europe, Center for Russia, East European and Eurasian Studies, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA, 03/26/2019.
  17. “Right Wing SMO Support in Ukraine Post The EuroMaidan”, Workshop on Radical Right Wing Social Movements, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK, 03/08/2019.
  18. “Understanding Ordinary Citizens’ Mass Mobilization”, Protesting Inequalities Panel, LSE Festival, London School of Economics, London, UK, 03/02/2019.
  19. “When the Rebel Wins”, Political Science Department, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, 02/21/2019.
  20. “History of Non-Violent Protest in Ukraine”, Conference on People and Power, Dictatorship to Autocracy, Florida State University, Tallahassee, USA, 02/19/2019.
  21. “Exit and Voice: MOBILISE Launch”, Politics Group Reunion, Nuffield College, Oxford, UK, 02/08/2019.
  22. “Revolutionary Moments in Ukraine”, Closing ceremony of the “REVOLUTIONIZE” exhibit, Art Arsenal, Kyiv, Ukraine, 01/27/2019.
  23. “Ordinary Citizens in Extraordinary Times”,  War & Martial Law in Post-EuroMaidan Ukraine, Ukrainian Institute in London, London, UK, 12/03/2018.
  24. “The EuroMaidan Five Years On”, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto, Canada, 11/12/2018.
  25. “The Effect of War on Voting Behavior: The Case of Ukraine”, Danyliw Seminar, University of Ottawa, Canada, 11/09/2018.
  26. “Identity in Capturing Identity in Ukraine”, Chatham House, UK, 10/21/2018.When The Rebel Wins, The University of St. Gallen, St. Gallen, Switzerland, 10/15/2018.
  27. “EuroMaidan: A Moment of Mass Mobilization”, Maidan: An Unfinished Story, Bundeszentrale fr politische Bildung, Tutzing, Germany, 10/12/2018.
  28. Donbas Media Forum, Kharkiv, Ukraine, 07/6-7/2018.
  29. Ukraine in the World: Fifty Years of Ukrainian Studies at Harvard University, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute (HURI), 05/11-12/2018.
  30. “Who Supports The Revolution?”, PONARS London Conference, London School of Economics, London UK. 03/24/2018.
  31. “Post-Protest Polarization and Identity: Pathways to Peace”, PONARS Policy Briefing. PONARS London Conference, London School of Economics, London UK. 03/23/2018.
  32. “Identity in Ukraine”, International Conference: Revolution, Conflict and Crisis in Contemporary Ukraine. Three Revolutions Project, College D’Europe, Natolin, Warsaw, Poland, 03/16-17/2018.
  33. “Post-Protest Polarization?”, Ukraine: hope for the future or land of lost opportunity? Conference, REES, St. Antony’s, University of Oxford. 03/07-08/2018.
  34. “UkraineLab2018”, Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels, European Union Parliament, Brussels, Belgium, 02/27/2018.
  35. “The Art of Protest and Protest Art”, Photo Exhibition: Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine, Go-Global, Faces In Focus, The Depot, 38 Upper Clapton Road, London E5 8BQ London, UK. 02/22-23/2018.
  36. “Who Supports The Revolution?”, Comparative Politics Seminar, Politics Department, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK. 02/21/2018.
  37. “Policy Briefing on Developments in Ukrainian Politics”. Practitioner audience by invitation only. The Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS), Berlin, Germany, 09/21/2017.
  38. (With Hale, H.) “Identity in Ukraine”. Workshop for PSA Special Issue. The Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS), Berlin, Germany, 09/21/2017.
  39. “Non-Violent Protest in Ukraine”, National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine, 06/10/2017.
  40. (With Toma, S.) “Exit and Voice in Ukraine”, Workshop on Migration and Political Participation. Migration Lab, UoM, Manchester, UK 06/06/2017.
  41. “Identity in Ukraine”, IRES Seminar Series, George Washington University, USA, 25/05/2017.
  42. “Identity In Ukraine”. After the Revolution: Reform and Identity in Ukraine Conference, Princeton University, USA, 05/03/2017.
  43. “Post Protest Polarization”. Inaugural Conference of The Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS), Berlin, Germany, 03/27/2017.
  44. “Mass-Mobilization in Ukraine and Eastern Europe”, International Symposium: Three Revolutions – Portraits of Ukraine, Three Revolutions Project, College D’Europe, Natolin, Warsaw, Poland, 02/28/2017.
  45. Closed Workshop: Migration and Political Participation, Nuffield College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK,  09/20/2016.
  46. “Mass-Mobilization in Comparative Perspective”, International Conference: Revolutions, Maidans and Protests in Contemporary Ukraine. The Current State of Research and Future Directions, Three Revolutions Project, College D’Europe, Natolin, Warsaw, Poland, 06/20/2016.
  47. Closed Workshop “The EU, Russia, and Ukraine: Managing the Stalemate and Moving Beyond”, Russia and Ukraine Working Group, The Dahrendorf Forum, LSE, London UK, 21/03/2016.
  48. “Six Myths of Conflict in Ukraine”, Seminar in Russian and Eastern European Studies, School of Arts Languages and Cultures, UoM, UK, 02/19/2016.
  49. Understanding Mass-Protest, Private event organized by CCWP and the Ministry of Defense, Pembroke College, Oxford, UK, 16/02/2016.
  50. Decentralization in Ukraine, Chatham House, London, UK, 21/01/2016.
  51. “Six Myths of Conflict in Ukraine”, The Oxford Changing Character of War Programme, DPIR, Oxford, UK, 01/19/2016.
  52. Invited Lecture: #6 Myths Of The Ukrainian Crisis50 Shades Of Conflict And Crisis. Department of International Relations, LSE, December 7, 2015. Digital recording.
  53. Invited Lecture: “The Real Revolution in 2014 Ukraine: Protest Participation and Perceptions across Linguistic, Ethnic and Regional Identities” Russian Institute, Kings College, London, UK. November 2, 2015.
  54. Invited Lecture: “Mapping Mass Mobilization,” Key Note Lecture, Book Presentation, Ukraine Platform Conference, SSEES, UCL, June 5, 2015.
  55. Book Launch Presentation: “Mapping Mass Mobilization,” Book Presentation, Knyharniya YeЩо таке масова мобілізація? І як її розуміти? (Київ), April 4, 2015. Kyiv, Ukraine. (Discussant: Mykola Riabchuk, Also presenting Lesia Khomenko – with support of Roman Tsupryk and Knyharniya Ye, the Canadian Embassy in Ukraine and Bohdan Batruch).
  56. Book Launch Presentation: “Mapping Mass Mobilization,” Book Launch, Petro Jacyk Program, CERES, Munk Center, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, April 6, 2015.
  57. Speaker: “Mapping Mass Mobilization,” Book Panel, ASN Annual Convention, Harriman Institute, Columbia University, March 25, 2015 (Discussants: Mark Beissinger, Alexandra Hrycak, Paul D’Anieri, Oxana Shevel, Chair: Nadiya Kravets).
  58. Workshop Presenter (with Gwendolyn Sasse): “Ukraine 2014 and post-post-Cold War Europe,” Park House, University of Birmingham, March 23, 2015.
  59. Invited Lecture: “Who Protests?: Evidence from Euromaidan,” Conflict Research Group, LSE,  March 11, 2015,  Thai Theatre (NAB), London, UK.
  60. Key Note Session Chair and Speaker: “Understanding and Investigating Mass Mobilization During Revolutionary Moments,” Power of The People Conference, St. Antony’s and St. Johns College, SEESOX, University of Oxford, February 27, 2015.
  61. Discussant: screening of documentary ‘All Things Ablaze,’ Frontline Club, London, UK, February 6, 2015.
  62. Speaker: Protest and Election in Ukraine: Public Opinion in Times of Crisis (First Analysis of Ukrainian Crisis Election Survey) George Washington University, Eliot School of International Affairs, January 20-21, 2015.
  63. Speaker: Ukraine Post-Elections Event, UK Houses of Parliament (by invitation of John Whittingdale OBE MP, The British-Ukraine All-Party Parliamentary Group, The Henry Jackson Society and Ukraine Crisis Media Centre), October 28, 2014.
  64. Workshop (Presenter): “Social Media v. Social Networks as Explanatory Variables of the EuroMaidan Mobilization” Comparative Workshop on Mass Protests, LSE IDEAS, LSE, London,  June 13-14, 2014.
  65. Invited Lecture: Rights Repression and Revolution: A Tale of Two Countries – Ukraine and Venezuela, HURI, Carr Centre for Human Rights Policy & David Rockefeller Centre for Latin American Studies, Harvard University. April 16, 2014.
  66. Webinar presenter: “Ukrainian Struggle Explained: The Maidan Revolution, Resistance to Military Intervention and Citizens’ Organizing” ICNC Webinar April 9, 2014 at 12:00 Live from D.C.
  67. Invited Lecture: Why is Kyiv Burning? The Turn to Violence in Ukraine’s Protest Movement and Its Political and Geostrategic Implications: Department of Government, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Ukrainian Research Institute, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University. February 24, 2014.
  68. Invited Lecture: Islands of Contention: Understanding Social Mobilization Networks in Ukraine, HURI, Harvard University, Spring term 2014.
  69. Invited Lecture: Activists to Interlocutors: What Happened to Polish Journalists, Polish Studies Seminar Series in Oxford, European Institute, St. Antony’s College, University of Oxford, January 22nd 2014, 17:00.