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Peer Reviewer Peer Review Role Slavic Review  
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Peer Reviewer Peer Review Role Slavonic and East European Review  
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Contributions to SSEES research blog Public Engagement School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies  
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Sakharov Prize: Europe's answer to the Nobel honours artists and dissidents from Tehran to Moscow Media Appearance The Independent 06-DEC-2013
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Co-author, with Peter Zusi, of a blog piece on the 2012 Sakharov Prize
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Vampire Graves in Poland Media Appearance The Guardian 16-JUL-2013
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Interviewed for an article on vampires in Eastern Europe.
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Modern Languages Open Editorial Role Liverpool University Press JUL-2013
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Member of the editorial board of a peer-reviewed platform for the open access publication of research from across the modern languages under the imprimatur of Liverpool University Press.
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Unity/Disunity Invited Speaker University College London 27-JUN-2013
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Keynote speaker (paper title: 'Unity, disunity, plurality') at a conference organized by post-graduate students at the School of European Languages and Cultures and the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, UCL.
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28-JUN-2013
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The Art of the Impossible: Culture, Philosophy and Dissent from Havel to the Present Conference Organisation School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies 23-MAY-2013
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Organizer and speaker. This three-day conference brought together scholars from across Europe and North America to reassess the legacy of Vaclav Havel and of dissent in Eastern Europe and to consider its relevance today.
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25-MAY-2013
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The (Un)finished Portrait of Lech Walesa Public Engagement Birkbeck College, University of London 03-MAY-2013
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Invited speaker at a public discussion at the premiere of a documentary film looking back at the figure of Lech Walesa and his role in Solidarity.
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Emigrating Landscapes Public Engagement School of Slavonic and Eastern European Studies 20-MAR-2013
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Chair of a public discussion with two Polish novelists, AM Bakalar and Grazyna Plebanek, on Polish literature and the experience of migration.
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