Brown Bag: Russian History and Culture
Thursday 03 January 2013, 12:30pm

Edward Vajda, WWU Modern Languages professor, discusses how Russia came to be the world’s largest country by expanding from Europe across all of North Asia to the Pacific. He recounts the key historical events and stages in this centuries-long process, explaining how Mongols, Byzantine Patriarchs, Tsars, and modern railroads all had a part in shaping Russian culture as a unique blend of Europe and Asia.

Location : Old City Hall, 121 Prospect


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