Mar 24, 2022, 12:00 pm2:00 pm
019 Bendheim Hall for Campus members; Zoom for all
  • Open To Public
  • RSVP Required



Event Description

Wolfgang Danspeckgruber, Founding Director of LISD, is pleased to invite you to the first of two virtual lectures by Amb. Dr. Hans-Ulrich Seidt.  Both lectures are part of the PORDIR and GDSC Seminar Series.

Specific topics for discussion

  • The continuing importance of the schism between Rome and Constantinople,
  • the rivalry between Roman Catholic and Orthodox communities plus current political divisions within the Orthodox Church
  • the relevance of Ukraine for Jewish identity.

Recommended reading: Timothy Snyder: Bloodlands. Europe Between Hitler and Stalin. New York 2010: Basic Books

*IMPORTANT: Princeton students, faculty, and staff who are permitted on campus are welcome to attend the event in person in the Cyril Black Conference Room, 019 Bendheim Hall. Due to Princeton University Covid restrictions, we are obligated to keep a record of every person that attends. Therefore, in order to attend the event in person, you must RSVP.  Lunch will be available.

There will be a Zoom link provided for those who RSVP and would like to join remotely.