Overcoming the Past. Seminars in interview format. Kai Struve in conversation with Petro Dolhanov
International seminars are a continuation of the rubric "Overcoming the Past" (in a modified format), devoted to the history of genocidal violence on the territories of Ukraine. In this episode, Kai Struve of Martin Luther University in Halle talks to Petro Dolhanov, editor of the "Overcoming the Past" rubric.
Kai Struve, Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of East European History at the Institute of History, Martin Luther University in Halle. He received his doctorate at the Free University of Berlin in 2002, worked at the Herder Institute in Marburg and the Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History and Culture at Leipzig, and was also a visiting researcher in France, Poland, and the United States. Kai Struve's academic interests include the history of Poland and Ukraine in the 19th and 20th centuries. Recently, Ukraine's Dukh i Litera publishing house published the Ukrainian-language version of Struve's fundamental research "German Power, Ukrainian Nationalism, Violence Against Jews: Summer of 1941 in Western Ukraine."
"Overcoming the Past" is an initiative of the International Intellectual Journal "Ukraina Moderna". The project partner is the Rivne Regional Institute of Postgraduate Pedagogy Education. The project is implemented with the support of the Canadian charitable non-profit organization Ukrainian Jewish Encounter (UJE).