Ukraina-aiheisia luentoja: Viktor Pilipenko
Viktor Pilipenko 7.-12. April
Friday 7. April at 10-12, Minerva E 221: History of Ukrainian cinema from the first steps to avant-garde and expressionism.
Monday 10. April at 14-16, Minerva E225: The phenomenon of Ukrainian poetic cinema.
Tuesday 11. April at 16-18, Minerva E223: The Ukrainian Folk Art.
Students who attend the lectures may use their lecture passes and collect signatures from the lecturers. It is also possible to earn two credits by attending the lectures and writing an essay based on the lectures and the accompanying book Contemporary Ukraine on the cultural map of Europe (2009). If you decide to do so, contact your own department staff and ask about credit substitutions.
The book is available at https://login.ezproxy.utu.fi/login?url=http://site.ebrary.com/lib/uniturku/Doc?id=10373243
Choose a chapter from the book that is most useful for you and your studies, focus on it and give the rest of the book a cursory reading. Submit the essay to Professor Pekka Hakamies (pekka.hakamies(at)utu.fi)
For further information, contact Pekka Hakamies, Professor of Folkloristics, (pekka.hakamies(at)utu.fi)