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Connected Central European Worlds, 1500-1700

Early Modern History of Ukraine

Early Modern Ukraine - in response to the war in Ukraine, we have put together resources for teaching and exploring the rich history of Ukraine and Ruthenia.

As a group dedicated to the promotion of Central and Eastern European art, culture and history in Anglo-American academe, education sector, and media, we stand united with Ukraine, its people, and our colleagues, many of whom are members of our network. Our work seeks to further historical information on the heartlands of Europe and its intertwined histories and we will make all necessary attempts to serve as a firewall against disinformation on the region’s rich and complex histories. We are in the process of updating our teaching resources so that interested teachers and instructors can use them in their courses. Please email us if you have contributions or suggestions (s.ivanic@kent.ac.uk and tomaszgrusiecki@boisestate.edu).

Our work seeks to further historical information on the heartlands of Europe and its intertwined histories and we will make all necessary attempts to serve as a firewall against disinformation on the region’s rich and complex histories. We are in the process of updating these resources specifically on the history of Ukraine so that interested teachers and instructors can use them in their courses. Please email us if you have contributions or suggestions (s.ivanic@kent.ac.uk and tomaszgrusiecki@boisestate.edu).

Featured stories

Architecture

Manuscripts

https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/464581

Objects

Experts on Ukraine

Icon of St. George and the Dragon 1400–50 Wood, gesso, gold Novgorod © The Trustees of the British Museum

Displaced Ukrainian Scholars and Students

Information about schemes available across the world from the scholarly community

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North of Byzantium

Check out this project with resources for 13th-17th centuries

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H-Ukraine

Definitive resource for Ukrainian history: H-Ukraine promotes scholarly and intellectual discussion of Ukrainian studies and history. This network strives to make available recent scholarship, teaching resources, and other material related to the academic study of Ukraine.

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