“Chechnya: Crossroads and Conflicts” is the title chosen for a roundtable discussion early this week on the contexts and connections between Chechnian nationalism and the recent bombings in Boston. The session is scheduled for Tuesday (April 23), from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in the Heritage Room, which is located directly across from the 1965 Room on the second level of the University Union. Presenters are Prof. Kevin Kain, Humanistic Studies and History; Prof. Katia Levintova, Public and Environmental Affairs and Political Science; and Sergei Sutto, a UW-Green Bay international student. The moderator will be Prof. Heidi Sherman of Humanistic Studies and History. The roundtable discussion is sponsored by the academic programs of Global Studies, Political Science and Humanistic Studies. All are welcome.
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