Events by Month

August 9, 2018 Archive-Cinema-Archive Screening and Discussion of UMA-materials-based films at Wiz-Art Festival Read more
August 28, 2018 The Second Great War On August 28, at 6.30 pm, in the Grand session hall of Lviv city Council, prof. Jay Winter will deliver a lecture with a new approach to periodization of the First World War. The researcher claims that 1917-1923 was a separate crisis period in the history of Europe paving the way for violent consequences to come in the 1930s and afterwards. Read more
August 29, 2018 Birth of the New World On August 29, at 6.30 pm, there will be a round-table about urban experiences in Eastern Europe after 1917. Discussants will talk about the impact of extreme everyday practices of urban citizens in the end of the Great War on the formation of national states and further pathways for the development of the continent, especially in the 1930s. Read more
August 29, 2018 City Walk: Underworld On August 16 and 29, at 6.30 pm, welcome to the city walk revealing a survival history of a little girl Krystyna Chiger and her family, along with six more survivors who managed to save their souls hiding in the sewers of Lviv during the 14 months after the Jewish ghetto liquidation in the late May 1943. Read more