Brock profs to discuss Ukraine-Russia conflict at online public event

Brock professors will be sharing their expertise about the Ukraine-Russia conflict at an upcoming panel hosted by the St. Catharines Public Library on Tuesday, May 3 at 6:30 p.m.

The online event, Three Perspectives: Exploring the Ukraine-Russia Conflict, features Aaron Mauro, Assistant Professor in the Centre for Digital Humanities; Gregor Kranjc, Associate Professor in the Department of History; and Stefan Dolgert, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science as speakers. Livianna Tossutti, Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science, will be moderating the discussion.

Panelists will provide context and background information to the ongoing conflict, including discussions of propaganda and disinformation and how previous conflicts can help us understand the current Ukraine-Russia war.

The event will be held on Zoom. Tickets are free, but pre-registration on Eventbrite is required.

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