Recent Events and Invited Lectures (not including conference paper presentations)

  1. “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.
  2. (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.
  3. (With Toma, S.) “Exit and Voice in Ukraine”, Workshop on Migration and Political Participation. Migration Lab, UoM, Manchester, UK 06/06/2017.
  4. “Non-Violent Protest in Ukraine”, National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine, 10/06/2017.
  5. “Identity in Ukraine”, IRES Seminar Series, George Washington University, USA, 25/05/2017.
  6. “Identity In Ukraine”. After the Revolution: Reform and Identity in Ukraine Conference, Princeton University, USA, 05/03/2017.
  7. “Post Protest Polarization”. Inaugural Conference of The Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS), Berlin, Germany, 03/27/2017.
  8. “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.
  9. “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.
  10. 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.
  11. “Six Myths of Conflict in Ukraine”, Seminar in Russian and Eastern European Studies, School of Arts Languages and Cultures, UoM, UK, 02/19/2016.
  12. Understanding Mass-Protest, Private event organized by CCWP and the Ministry of Defense, Pembroke College, Oxford, UK, 16/02/2016.
  13. Decentralization in Ukraine, Chatham House, London, UK, 21/01/2016.
  14. “Six Myths of Conflict in Ukraine”, The Oxford Changing Character of War Programme, DPIR, Oxford, UK, 01/19/2016.

Past Events (The below list does not include conference paper presentations.)

  1. Invited Lecture: #6 Myths Of The Ukrainian Crisis50 Shades Of Conflict And Crisis. Department of International Relations, LSE, December 7, 2015. Digital recording.
  2. 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.
  3. Invited Lecture: “Mapping Mass Mobilization,” Key Note Lecture, Book Presentation, Ukraine Platform Conference, SSEES, UCL, June 5, 2015.
  4. 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).
  5. Book Launch Presentation: “Mapping Mass Mobilization,” Book Launch, Petro Jacyk Program, CERES, Munk Center, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, April 6, 2015.
  6. 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).
  7. Workshop Presenter (with Gwendolyn Sasse): “Ukraine 2014 and post-post-Cold War Europe,” Park House, University of Birmingham, March 23, 2015.
  8. Invited Lecture: “Who Protests?: Evidence from Euromaidan,” Conflict Research Group, LSE,  March 11, 2015 19.00-21.00 Thai Theatre (NAB), London, UK.
  9. 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.
  10. Discussant: screening of documentary ‘All Things Ablaze,’ Frontline Club, London, UK, February 6, 2015.
  11. 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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.
  17. Invited Lecture: Islands of Contention: Understanding Social Mobilization Networks in Ukraine, HURI, Harvard University, Spring term 2014.
  18. 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.
  19. Workshop (Organizer/Presenter): Protest and Elections Workshop: Understanding Dynamic Political Behaviour in Comparative Perspective,  Nuffield College, Jun 16th- 19th 2013.
  20. Workshop (Organizer/Presenter): Protest Politics Workshop, (click on link) Nuffield College, May 26-29th 2013.
  21. Symposium (Organizer/Presenter): Oxford University Symposium on Social Mobilization, (click on link), St. Antony’s College, June 7th 2013. (Organized with Professor William Bienart).
  22. Mass-­Mobilization and the Motivations of Ordinary People Who Join in: When Rights Matter More than Money, DPIR, University of Oxford, December 2nd 2013, 12:30.
  23. What Motivates People to join-in?: Comparing Mass-Protest in LA and EE, (click on link), Politics Colloquium, DPIR, University of Oxford, November 25th 2013, 12:30.
  24. Mass-­Mobilization and the Motivations of Ordinary People Who Join in: When Rights Matter More than Money, School of Politics and IR, University of Nottingham, November 20th 2013, 16:30.
  25. Moments and Movements, George Washington University, 01/2013.
  26. Regions and Islands of Social Mobilization: the Making of a Civil Society in Ukraine,(click on link) Russian And Eurasian Studies Centre Seminar, Post-Soviet Politics Seminar, Nissan Lecture Theatre, St. Antony’s College, October 21st 2013, 17:00.
  27. Moments and Movements, HURI & Davies Centre, University of Harvard, 05/2012.
  28. Development and Democracy: Moments and Movements, Columbia University,  05/2012.
  29. Contemporary History of Ukrainian Engagement, Cambridge University, 12/2011.
  30. Contemporary History of Ukrainian Engagement, University of Toronto, 05/2011.
  31. Contemporary History of Ukrainian Engagement, European Studies Institute, Kyiv, Ukraine, 06/2011.
  32. Contemporary History of Ukrainian Engagement, KUMF, Toronto, Canada 05/2011.
  33. Development and Democracy: Moments and Movements, International Development Conference, Queen’s University,  Kingston, Canada, 04/2011.
  34. Comparative Democratization Workshop, Nuffield College, Oxford 10/2010.
  35. Workshop (Organizer/Presenter): “Comparing ‘East’ and ‘South’” Series, University of Toronto, CERES, Munk School of Global Affairs, Toronto, Canada.
  36. Presenter: “Electoral Populism in Latin America and Eastern Europe”, 10/2010
  37. Conference  (Organizer/Presenter): ‘Revolutionary Moments’, NaUKMA, Kyiv, Ukraine, 11/2009
  38. Conference (Organizer/Presenter): “EU-Ukraine: Neighbours or Members”, St.Antony’s College, 06/2008. Conference (Organizer): “EU-Ukraine: Neigh

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