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Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 23. the Colonial, the Post-Colonial, the Global

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How does all this tie together? Class 23 brings the effects of the past century of imperialism into sharp focus. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Congressional committee releases report on Commanders and owner Daniel Snyder | NFL on ESPN

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The committee concluded that Snyder "permitted and participated" in the team's longtime toxic work culture and that Snyder and the NFL tried to block the committee's efforts. ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ 🤍 ✔️ Get the ESPN App: 🤍 ✔️Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: 🤍 ✔️ Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube: 🤍 ✔️ Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: 🤍

Official Report Says Dan Snyder & Commanders Leaked Gruden Emails | Pat McAfee Reacts

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Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 22. Ukrainian Ideas in the 21st Century

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03.12.2022

Class 22 brings us closer to the modern day and looks at the role of culture. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 21. Comparative Russian Imperialism

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Class 21 features guest lecturer, Professor Arne Westad, comparing Russian imperialism with other empires in recent centuries. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 1: Ukrainian Questions Posed by Russian Invasion

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Class 1 is an introduction to the course and an exploration of questions raised by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

A lecture by Timothy Snyder at the Humanities Institute at Stony Brook, October 19, 2022.

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Sir Run Run Shaw lecture by New York Times Bestselling writer, Timothy Snyder, Yale University "The War in Ukraine and the Future of Democracy". At Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY. For a generation we have been instructed that democracy is a function of larger, impersonal factors, yet both the assault on democracy in the US and the Russian invasion of Ukraine indicate that some of these forces may push in the opposite direction. More interestingly, the defense of democracy seems to involve an unavoidable ethical commitment. This suggests that the way we think and talk about democracy, and our willingness to take risks for it, are essential for its future.  Co-sponsored by the Humanities Institute at Stony Brook, the Center for Changing Systems of Power, and the Office of the Provost.

US House Committee reports Dan Snyder participated in Commanders' toxic culture | NFL Live

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The NFL Live reacts to the US House Committee's reports of Dan Snyder permitting and participating in Washington Commanders' toxic culture. ✔️Subscribe to ESPN+ 🤍 ✔️ Get the ESPN App: 🤍 ✔️Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: 🤍 ✔️ Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube: 🤍 ✔️ Watch ESPN on YouTube TV: 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 2: The Genesis of Nations

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Class 2, The Genesis of Nations. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 4: Before Europe

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Do you speak the language or does the language speak you? In Class 4 Professor Timothy Snyder maps out the landscape 'Before Europe.' Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 10. Global Empires

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Class 10 examines how several global empires shaped the development of Ukraine. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 3: Geography and Ancient History

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In Class 3, Timothy Snyder, recently back from a visit to Ukraine, explores the geography and ancient history of the region. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 14. Interwar Poland’s Ukrainians

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Why would a Polish guard help a Ukrainian cross into the Soviet Union in 1933? Class 14 takes you through the interwar years. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 19. Oligarchies in Russia and Ukraine

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Class 19 examines additional reminders of the impact Poland had on the formation of the Ukrainian state. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 9. Polish Power and Cossack Revolution

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Class 9 explores the influence of the Polish state on how Ukraine developed. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: Making of Modern Ukraine.Class 17. Reforms, Recentralization, Dissidence:1950s-1970s

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The impact of colonization in Europe in the 1950s through the 1970s is examined in Class 17. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 5: Vikings, Slavers, Lawgivers: The Kyiv State

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In Class 5, Professor Snyder describes the foundations of the Kyiv state. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 6: The Grand Duchy of Lithuania

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Class 6 continues the foundations of the Kyiv state at a time when Lithuania was much larger than most people think. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

ESPN reacts to Dan Snyder 'permitted and participated' in Commanders toxic culture

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ESPN reacts to Dan Snyder 'permitted and participated' in Commanders toxic culture

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 7. Rise of Muscovite Power

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Class 7 continues the exploration of post-Viking states toward the rise of Muscovite power. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Former Commanders employee, Dan Snyder's lawyer react to congressional report

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We've read through hundreds of page of these reports, memos, depositions and excerpts but what are the people INVOLVED- saying about this

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 12. Habsburg Curiosity

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Was the Privilegium Maius true history? Class 12 traces the Habsburg family and their impact on Europe. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 8. Early Jews of Modern Ukraine

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In Class 8, guest lecturer Glenn Dynner, Professor of Judaic Studies and Director of the Bennett Center at Fairfield University, explores the early Jews of modern Ukraine. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 18. Before and After the End of History

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Class 18 brings into focus Marxism, dialectics, consumerism and nationalism during the transition from Khrushchev to Brezhnev. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 20. Maidan and Self-Understanding

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What can be that breaking point in a person’s life? Class 20 examines the Maidan and the Self-Understanding that resulted. Guest lecturer is Marci Shore, Associate Professor of History at Yale University. Marci Shore, Ukrainian Night: An Intimate History of Revolution, New Haven: Yale University Press, 2018. 🤍 For links to articles and essays available online: 🤍 Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: Putin's and Trump's lies, "rashism", Dostoyevsky is an imperial writer

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Today I interviewed Timothy Snyder, an American historian and expert on the history of Eastern Europe. We discussed the war in Ukraine, arms shipments from Germany, whether Pushkin and Dostoyevsky were imperialist writers, and of course the terms "fascism," "schizo fascism," and "rashism”. For Russian voiceover please follow: 🤍 00:00 Timothy Snyder, American historian, professor at Yale University. He has written several books, including the best-sellers “Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin” and “On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century”. 01:53 Who are "schizo-fascists"? Schizo-fascism operates like fascism - through defining someone as an enemy. A fascist is an enemy, which means, by definition, that we Russians can't be fascists, they are our enemies. Despite everything that has happened since 1991, the concept of "fascism" is very deeply rooted in Russian people. 06:02 Why is it necessary to recognize that Russia is a fascist state? Fascism does not involve intelligent dialogue, it operates by force and power. No one has ever defeated fascists in discussion. Fascism was defeated in military confrontation. 09:45 Why should Russia lose the war? America loses wars all the time: in Vietnam, in Iraq, in Afghanistan. Russia also regularly loses wars-it almost lost World War II, Afghanistan. A defeat means that the people who run the state have a chance to reconsider because they're forced to reconsider. The consequences of the war will be personal for Putin. When the war is over, negotiations will begin. 12:53 How is Russian culture responsible for what is happening? Pushkin always presents Russians as innocent. This is the cultural topos - even if we are the aggressors, we are right. You can see how Dostoevsky is perceived in Poland. 16:06 The problem of Russian history as in the United States. It's an imperial country that needs a post-imperial or non-imperial history. Losing wars, as for the Germans in 1945, is a chance to rethink history. For Russia, losing this war would be useful. Removing the word "Ukraine" from Russian history textbooks is terrible. The perception of Russian history is ruined by Putin because he has hijacked and privatized it. 21:20 Russians have never liked the word "colonial." But colonialism helps to understand the Russian Empire. Ukraine and Russia are like Scotland and England. 26:03 What is "Rashism"? Russian fascists and propagandists used fascism against other people. The concept of fascism has shifted to Ukraine. The Ukrainians responded with a term, "Here is Russian fascism." When the strikes on Vinnitsa start and civilians are killed, then people start using this word. 30:05 Putin is trying to legitimize history: we are innocent, the Russians are innocent. This is the result of Putin's aging - his views, reactions and ideas are changing. The idea with the war was based on false ideological premises that he blindly believed in. 32:23 Germany is in no hurry to supply weapons to Ukraine - a consequence of Germany's colonial experience. World War II was a colonial war, and not against Russia, but against Ukraine. World War II was fought mostly on the territory of Ukraine and Belarus. But it never occurred to anyone to ask what the Ukrainians thought. Germany is a great power. It faced Russia, another great power. 35:26 I have a very primitive view of the war in Ukraine - I think it must end, and the only way it can end is if Ukraine wins. If you think deeper, some things have already changed forever. The Ukrainians have achieved recognition in Europe. 36:07 War fatigue is a journalistic demand, not reality. But Americans are more concerned about inflation in the United States right now. That's natural. But people think America should step up its support for Ukraine. 41:26 Kissinger's approach: the habit of seeing Russia as the Soviet Union, which is perceived as a superpower. They don't know anything about Russia and Ukraine. Ukrainians don't care if American realists somewhere out there say they should give up. They know what happened in Trostyanets and Bucha, Irpen and Mariupol, and many other places. 46:34 Russia should become a kind of example for the West, a test of strength. Russia's way is a possible alternative to the future of the United States. We should learn from Russia's example. For example, the gap between rich and poor, freedom of speech, the legend of innocence. Democracy is about admitting and correcting one's mistakes. 52:32 It wasn't the Russians who produced Trump. But important people in Russia wanted Trump as a candidate for President of the United States. Trump represents America at its worst: a sense of entitlement by the mere fact of having American citizenship. 56:13 The topic of outright lies: Putin is outright lying. At first he lied, but now the scale of this lie has grown: he says that there is no such state as Ukraine, that there are only Nazis there.

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class16. Colonization, Extermination, Ethnic Cleansing

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Why the 1940s was such a terrible time for Ukraine is the subject of Class 16. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

2022 Elie Wiesel Memorial Lecture with Timothy Snyder

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This is a recording of Prof. Snyder's lecture on October 26, 2022.

Republicans suggest Commanders report was manufactured by Jeff Bezos to force Dan Snyder to sell the

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A GOP memo suggests the Committee on Oversight and Reform's investigation was an elaborate ploy driven by Jeff Bezos to force Snyder to sell him the team.

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 15. Ukrainization, Famine, Terror: 1920s-1930s

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Class 15 explores a very dark and terrifying couple of decades. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

Timothy Snyder: Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 11.Ottoman Retreat, Russian Power,Ukrainian Populism

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Class 11 looks at the 'triangle' and converging issues in the 18th Century. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

The Zack Snyder Video

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Social Security, Medicare, And Government Programs WILL Change | This Is SERIOUS

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Social Security, Medicare, And Government Programs WILL Change | This Is SERIOUS ✅ Subscribe To The Channel ➡️ 🤍 Useful Links 💰 Get Free Stocks On Webull - 🤍 🤑 Get $50 By Opening Up An M1 Finance Account - 🤍 🏠 Thrift Store Profits (Full Course) - 🤍 Popular Video Content: 💰 Stocks & Finance: - 🤍 🤵 Stimulus Updates: - 🤍 🎥 Trending News: - 🤍 Here on this channel we discuss everything from finance, business, investments, and even moves made by congress. If you are looking for information regarding upcoming stimulus, stock moves, wealth building, real estate, and even cryptocurrencies - Then this is the channel for you. Democrats are unable to get a debt ceiling increase done before their lame-duck session ends in just a couple weeks. So because of this we are going to see some changes to Social Security Medicare and other government programs. This is serious! We are likely to see Social Security changes at the Forefront of the debt-ceiling increase. This is turning into a major problem for Democrats, who had the time and the power to make the changes over the past six months. But according to treasury secretary Janet Yellen she says we must increase the debt ceiling prior to July 2023. So be ready because 2023 will likely be a very crazy year. ⚠️⚠️⚠️ #socialsecurity #debtceiling #medicare ⚠️⚠️⚠️ 📝📝📝 For Business Inquiries Contact - HomemadeEntrepreneur🤍gmail.com This video is not intended to be construed as financial or investment advice, this is for entertainment purposes only. All information is true and accurate as of the date of the recording. Links above could include affiliate links where the channel gets paid if you purchase a product or service, but nothing costs more to you. This is how the channel is able to provide free content for your viewing pleasure.

Timothy Snyder: The Making of Modern Ukraine. Class 13. Republics and Revolutions

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Class 13 details the converging forces and end of empires. Timothy Snyder is the Richard C. Levin Professor of History at Yale University and a permanent fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He speaks five and reads ten European languages. Ukraine must have existed as a society and polity on 23 February 2022, else Ukrainians would not have collectively resisted Russian invasion the next day. What does it mean for a nation to exist? Is this a matter of structures, actions, or both? Why has the existence of Ukraine occasioned such controversy? In what ways are Polish, Russian, and Jewish self-understanding dependent upon experiences in Ukraine? Just how and when did a modern Ukrainian nation emerge? For that matter, how does any modern nation emerge? Why some and not others? Can nations be chosen, and can choices be decisive? If so, whose, and how? Ukraine was the country most touched by Soviet and Nazi terror: what can we learn about those systems, then, from Ukraine? Is the post-colonial, multilingual Ukrainian nation a holdover from the past, or does it hold some promise for the future? Course reading list: 🤍 To see other videos in this course, please click on this playlist link: 🤍 For issues with closed captions, please email guy.ortoleva🤍yale.edu 🤍 🤍

I'm Sick of This Dan Snyder Situation: Washington Commanders

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Why isn't NFL doing more to remove Commanders owner Daniel Snyder? | Brother From Another

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A House report ruled that Commanders owner Daniel Snyder obstructed an inquiry into "toxic" workplace culture, and Ashley Nicole Moss is left wondering why he's still an owner of an NFL team and allowed to "leisurely" find a potential new owner. #NBCSports #BrotherFromAnother #DanielSnyder » Watch Brother From Another live on Peacock weekdays at 3pm ET: 🤍 » Subscribe to Brother From Another: 🤍 Michael Holley and Michael Smith co-host every weekday afternoon, discussing the latest news across sport, culture, entertainment, and politics. Brother From Another streams live on the NBC Sports on Peacock channel (🤍peacocktv.com) Monday through Friday from 3pm - 5pm ET. Follow Brother From Another on Social Media: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Why isn't NFL doing more to remove Commanders owner Daniel Snyder? | Brother From Another 🤍

Zack Snyder’s Justice League | Official Trailer #2 | HBO Max

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In Zack Snyder's Justice League, determined to ensure Superman’s (Henry Cavill) ultimate sacrifice was not in vain, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) aligns forces with Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) with plans to recruit a team of metahumans to protect the world from an approaching threat of catastrophic proportions. The task proves more difficult than Bruce imagined, as each of the recruits must face the demons of their own pasts to transcend that which has held them back, allowing them to come together, finally forming an unprecedented league of heroes. Now united, Batman (Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and The Flash (Ezra Miller) may be too late to save the planet from Steppenwolf, DeSaad, and Darkseid and their dreadful intentions. #SnyderCut #JusticeLeague Stream Zack Snyder’s Trilogy on HBO Max: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Be the first to know more: HBO Max: 🤍 Like HBO Max on Facebook: 🤍 Follow HBO Max on Twitter: 🤍 Follow HBO Max on Instagram: 🤍 About HBO Max: HBO Max is WarnerMedia’s direct-to-consumer offering with 10,000 hours of curated premium content. HBO Max offers powerhouse programming for everyone in the home, bringing together HBO, a robust slate of new original series, key third-party licensed programs and movies, and fan favorites from WarnerMedia’s rich library including Warner Bros., New Line, DC, CNN, TNT, TBS, truTV, Turner Classic Movies, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Crunchyroll, Rooster Teeth, Looney Tunes and more. #HBOMax #WarnerMedia

The Place of this War in Human History | @Timothy Snyder, @Niall Ferguson, Serhii Plokhii | 17th YES

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The 17th Annual Meeting of Yalta European Strategy (YES) – “Ukraine: Defending all Our Freedom” – was held from September 9-10, 2022 in Kyiv. Over 400 leading politicians, diplomats, businessmen, civil activists, and experts from more than 20 countries took part in the conference organized by YES in partnership with the Victor Pinchuk Foundation. Speeches: • Timothy Snyder, Richard C. Levin Professor of History, Yale University, quotes: 🤍 • Niall Ferguson, Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University, quotes: 🤍 • Serhii Plokhii (online), Director, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, quotes: 🤍 • Anne Applebaum (moderator), Staff Writer, The Atlantic, quotes: 🤍 #YES2022 #YES22 #YESmeeting22 🔵 Instagram YES: 🤍 🔵 Facebook YES: 🤍 🔵 Twitter YES: 🤍 🟡 Facebook Victor Pinchuk Foundation: 🤍

[BREAKING NEWS] U.S. House releases report 79-page on Daniel Snyder and Commanders

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[BREAKING NEWS] U.S. House releases report 79-page on Daniel Snyder and Commanders

Dan Snyder Going DOWN? Plus, Jon Gruden Might Be Getting PAID | Sports Take

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Philadelphia Eagles: Bombshells breaking in the NFL as Daniel Snyder findings are coming out. Plus, is Jon Gruden about to get a HUGE Payday? The guys discuss on Sports Take #Eagles #philadelphiaeagles #SportsTake #jakibsports This is a conversation from Sports Take LIVE from Noon-3PM EST Mon-Fri. Full Show: 🤍 Subscribe for more content!→ 🤍 Get more news, analysis & updates on our website: 🤍 Become a channel member: 🤍 If you like our content, it really helps if you leave us a like on this video. If you love our content, please subscribe so you catch all our coverage all season long! Follow JAKIB Sports: Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Our Sponsors: Ocean Casino & Resort: 🤍 Pond Lehocky Giordano: 🤍 Firstrust Bank: 🤍 Marks Jewelers: 🤍 Jeff D'Ambrosio Dodge: 🤍 Thrive Financial Services: 🤍 Del-Val Insurance: 🤍 Dry Tech Waterproofing: 🤍 Rafferty Subaru: 🤍 Colony Pools: 🤍 Life Celebrations by Givnish: 🤍 Kane Staffing Solutions: 🤍 Stateside Vodka: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. keywords: nfl, jakib sports sports take, jakib media sports take Hashtags: #PhiladelphiaPhillies #Philadelphia76ers #JalenHurts #HowieRoseman #NickSirianni #AJBrown #DevontaSmith #BryceHarper #AaronNola #JoelEmbiid #JamesHarden #TyreseMaxey #DocRivers #DarylMorey #eaglescamp

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