Not Even Past associates itself with the following statements and thanks the The Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies for permission to reproduce these resources.
Statement from UT’s Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies
The Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies condemns the Russian Federation’s military invasion of Ukraine. We stand in support of the people of Ukraine who are fighting for their lives and sovereignty in the face of the unjustified invasion by Russian military forces.
Please see the statements made by our colleagues in these Slavic studies associations of which many of us are members.
- Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES)
- American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL)
- American Council of Teachers of Russian (ACTR)
UT’s Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies has developed a Ukraine Information & Resources Page that we highly recommend. Visit here:
Ukrainian Students at US Universities
IIE’s Emergency Student Fund will rush aid to Ukrainian students in need who are studying at U.S. colleges and universities. Support IIE’s Emergency Student Fund to rush financial assistance to these students.
Slavic Connexion Podcast (hosted by CREEES Graduate Students)
- Putin’s War in Ukraine: The History of the Conflict with David Marples
- Putin’s War in Ukraine: “Truth will be told” with Alex Kokcharov
This is Democracy Podcast
- Episode 185: Ukraine Invasion by Russia with Jeremi Suri and Michael Kimmage
- Episode 186: NATO with Jeremi Suri and Bryan Frizzelle
- Episode 188: Ukraine with Jeremi Suri and Michael Kimmage
Global Disinformation Lab Director and CREEES Assistant Professor Kiril Avramov: “How the Letter ‘Z’ Fits Into the History of Russian Propaganda Efforts”
Professor Jeremi Suri, LBJ School of Public Affairs:“Ukraine and the Economy will Dominate Biden’s State of the Union Address, Voice of America (28 February 2022).
“What to Expect from Biden’s State of the Union Address,” Courthouse News Service (28 February 2022)
CREEES MA Alumnus Matt Orr: “Biden’s Comments on Ukraine Won’t Change Russia’s Calculus”
CREEES MA Alumnus Audrius Rickus: “Baseless claims of ‘denazification’ have underscored Russian aggression since World War II”
History PhD student Rebecca Johnston: “The Only Russian Official Angrier Than Putin at How Things Are Going in Ukraine”
CREEES Professor Steven Seegel: “What’s at Stake for America as Tensions Soar in Ukraine/Russia Conflict”
Professor Robert Moser and Associate Professor Patrick McDonald (Government): “UT Austin Experts Break Down Russia/Ukraine Situation”
CREEES MA student Misha Symanovskyy: “US Imposes New Sanctions on Russia Over Ukraine Conflict”
CREEES MA Alumnus Matt Orr: “Things will continue to get worse: Analyst on Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine”