From April 25th through April 30th, professor Jeff Sahadeo of Carleton University (Canada) will be coming to SUSU to read lectures. Jeff Sahadeo, historian and political scientist by trade, heads the Institute of European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies at Carleton University and is considered a reputable specialist in migration studies.
In 2016, Jeff Sahadeo headed the SUSU Institute of Social Sciences and Humanities' Laboratory of Migration Studies. During his visit to Chelyabinsk, the Canadian researcher will discuss plans for developing migration studies in SUSU with colleagues, offer presentations for students, post-grads, researchers, and teachers in a public lecture, give a master class for students of the ISHS, and also participate in the 70th annual student conference at the Faculty of History.
Field studies are planned on April 29th – a trip by ISHS students to Troitsk (Chelyabinsk region), which was one of the most important points of migration flows from Asia to Europe and saves many traces of multiculturalism in its architecture.
Anyone who wishes to participate in the events can.
Schedule of open events with Jeff Sahadeo
11.30 – 13.00 – public lecture on the history of migration in the Russian Empire and USSR for SUSU - Soviet Moscow as a global city: migration in post colonialism. Comparison with London and Paris.
Sigma building, conference hall.
11.30 – 13.00 – Master class for students from the Faculty of History in second and third year of study – Nostalgia in the oral histories of soviet migration: what does it say about the past and current times?
SUSU main building, room 442.
8.00 - 18.00 – field trip masterclass by J. Sahadeo in Troitsk, Chelyabinsk region – Transit spaces in and cities in migration history.
Please address all questions about participation in these events to: +7 (351) 267-92-15, head of the Department of Russian and International History, Olga Yurevna Nikonova.