POSTPONED-- Ukraine: Models of Development and Narratives of National Identity
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Twenty years ago, Ukraine gained its independence and started its path towards a free market economy and democratic governance. Where is it now after the leadership of four presidents and the Orange Revolution? Karina Korostelina, Associate Professor and Director, Program on History, Memory, and Conflict, School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, and former Regional Exchange Scholar, Kennan Institute, will exmaine a report that aims to create a comprehensive view on Ukraine after twenty years of independence by presenting prevailing conceptual narrative models of Ukraine as employed by Ukrainian and foreign experts and history teachers, main narratives of national identity, and the sources of a legitimacy crisis in Ukraine.
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The Kennan Institute speaker series is made possible through the generous support of the Title VIII Program of the U.S. Department of State.