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University of Connecticut

Jeremy Richard Library – Stamford Campus
The Holodomor
Famine and Fiction

http://www.rus-obr.ru/files/golod.jpg



This exhibit summarizes the historical events surrounding the Holodomor and explores the factors that affected reporting of the famine: the political climate and priorities of the day, the censorship and denial by Moscow, and the ideological persuasions and personal ambitions of the reporters.

Free and open to the public

Censorship, politics, ideology and egos drove press coverage of the 1932-1933 famine that ravaged Ukraine and the Kuban region of the USSR.

April 16 – May 21, 2010
Opening and Reception: April 16, 2-4:00


Jeremy Richard Library
One University Place
Stamford, Ct. 06901-2315
Phone:(203) 251-8500

Phara Bayonne, Library Director:
Lana Babij, exhibit curator: 860-646-2227 or lana.babij@uconn.edu
Myroslava Rozdolska, community contact: 347 420 7678 myroslavar@hotmail.com
for library hours and directions:
http://www.lib.uconn.edu/libraries/stamford/about/hours.html




 
 
 
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