Upcoming talks and an archive of interviews about Blood of Others: Stalin's Crimean Atrocity and the Poetics of Solidarity (2022)
In this book talk at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at University College London (UCL SSEES), Rory Finnin confronts the legacy of Russian and Soviet settler colonialism in Crimea and discusses the need for what historian Mykhailo Hrushevs'kyi called 'a Black Sea orientation' in the field of Ukrainian Studies. Through examples of poetry and film, he also explores the idea of Crimea in Ukrainian and Crimean Tatar cultures after 2014.
In a book launch co-organised by the European Parliament Liaison Office in the United Kingdom and the Ukrainian Institute London, Rory Finnin discusses Blood of Others with writer James Meek and confronts the phenomenon of Russian and Soviet settler colonialism, which he calls “a defining historical and political phenomenon too often swept under the academic rug and ignored in political discourse.”
Alongside Cambridge colleagues Anna Berman and Stanley Bill, Rory Finnin discusses Blood of Others: Stalin's Crimean Atrocity and the Poetics of Solidarity at Trinity College, Cambridge.
Part of the Summer School in Memory and Conflict Studies organised by the Kyiv School of Economics.
Organized by the Chair of Entangled History of Ukraine at Europa-Universität Viadrina (Frankfurt/Oder).
"A fantastic book." Rory Finnin discusses Blood of Others and the question of Crimea in Ukrainian, Russian, and Crimean Tatar histories and cultures with the noted writer and philosopher Volodymyr Yermolenko in this instalment of the Explaining Ukraine podcast, which is produced by UkraineWorld.