A RIGHT TO A WOMAN – A RIGHT TO A PARANJA
Maryna Voronina is a Board member of the Ukrainian Association for Research in Women's History (UARWH), a Candidate of Historical Sciences, a Senior Lecturer in History at Kharkiv H. S. Skovoroda National Pedagogical University. Lives and works in Kharkiv. Since 2000, has been exploring the issues of women and gender within historical anthropology. Research interests: gender policy of the Soviet power in the 1920s-30s, the development of women's movement in the early ХХ century.
Olha Labur is Vice President of UARWH, a Candidate of Historical Sciences, a Senior Lecturer in History of the Department of Sociology and Law at the National Technical University of Ukraine “Kyiv Polytechnic University”, Deputy Director for International Relations of the Ukrainian Gender Education Centre at NTUU “KPU”. Research interests: source studies and historiography of the twentieth century women’s history, in particular of the first decades of the Soviet rule in Ukraine.
KULTURFILM is Dovzhenko Centre’s traditional educational program of lectures on cinema, whose format is beyond the academic cinema education and considers cinema in its social, cultural and historical dimensions. This interdisciplinary initiative combines cinephile experience with analytical – thematic retrospectives of films with their critical analysis in the form of lectures by Ukrainian and foreign cinema experts, historians, philosophers and culture scholars.
The Femme Mute project explores representation of a woman in Ukrainian cinema, analyzes the view of a woman in a particular historical period and how it changed with time, as well as examines the attitude towards gender distribution in the society.
Details at http://www.dovzhenkocentre.org/eng/event/206
The lecture took place at Dovzhenko Centre as part of the KULTURFILM: Femme Mute series of lectures on cinema.The lecture took place at the Closer Art Centre as part of the KULTURFILM: Femme Mute series of lectures on cinema.A video recording of an interview with Ukrainian film director Natalia Andrieichenko.
Lecture's video of History Professor from Indiana University, researcher of cinema and the Donbas Hiroaki Kuromiya.Lecture's video of prominent Ukrainian animator Yevhen Syvokin.Ivan Kozlenko is guest of the Pidpilna Imperia TV program on 1+1 TV Channel.March 7, in 1932, Vladimir Dakhno, a well-known Ukrainian animator, talented director and scriptwriter, was born in the city of Zaporozhye.