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Minorities and the Politics of Language

The Birmingham-Berlin Talks are a collaborative effort between Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient (ZMO) in Berlin and the Centre for Russian, European and Eurasian Studies (CREES) in Birmingham, United Kingdom. 

We will be holding 3 online events over the next 3 months – in April, May and June. They will be organised as ‘brown bag lunch’ sessions, so please feel free to bring your lunch when joining us!

Please register though the following link for attendance on Zoom: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMkdeiqqDIiEtakC4ydBaLo_m7xJhYZ3zE2

This Day there will be talks by:

  • Dr Vlada Baranova (ZMO) Grassroots Activism Meets Decoloniality: Ethnic Minorities and Language Advocacy in the Russian Federation
  • Dr Natalia Kogut (CREES) The Politics of Language and Memory in Ukraine. 
  • Dr Natasha Rulyova (CREES) Linguistic Diversity in Dagestan, Tatarstan and Central Asia in Works by Contemporary Authors

This event is part of the lecture series:
Collaborative effort between ZMO in Berlin and CREES in Birmingham
Birmingham-Berlin Talks