Making Sense of the War in Ukraine:
How we got to February 24, 2022
Join President Isiaah Crawford and fellow Puget Sound alumni, parents and friends for an evening of cocktails and conversations with Professor Benjamin Tromly.
Professor Benjamin Tromly is an professor in the University of Puget Sound's History Department. Professor Tromly teaches courses in modern European history, with an emphasis on the 20th century. His teaching interests include Russian and East European History, totalitarianism, the Cold War, European intellectual history, collective memory, and European nationalisms. Tromly is the author of two books. Making the Soviet Intelligentsia: Universities and Intellectual Life under Stalin and Khruschev and Cold War Exiles and the CIA: Plotting to Free Russia. He has published in Cold War History, Contemporary European History, Europe-Asia Studies, European History Quarterly, Intelligence and National Security, Journal of Cold War Studies, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, Nationalities Papers, and Russian Review. He has traveled extensively in Russia and Ukraine.
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