Large parts of the Soviet Union fell under German control during World War Two. In this talk, Dr. Regina Kazyulina will share her research on the lived experiences of women under German occupation. This lecture will address the highly circumscribed choices women faced, with a particular focus on the phenomenon of fraternization and the ways in which those choices were later evaluated and punished in the Soviet Union.
Regina Kazyulina is a program research associate at the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Salem State University.
This event is free and open to the public. It will take place in person and virtually using HyFlex technology. Register to participate in this talk remotely.
Or join us in person in the faculty reading room at the Frederick E. Berry Library at 4:30 pm on February 15, 2022.
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Berry Library and Learning Commons, North Campus
4 College Drive, Salem, MA 01970
Faculty Reading Room (Room 209, 2nd Floor)