September 12 Steven Barnes, George Mason U "How Do Historians Make Sense of the Present: Reflection on the Russo-Ukrainian War"
September 19 Cynthia Hooper, College of the Holy Cross, "What Went Wrong with Russia?"
September 26 Serhii Plokhii, Harvard U, "The Return of History: The Russo-Ukrainian War Through the Eyes of a Historian"
October 3 Steven Seegel, U of Texas-Austin, "Digital Activist Communities, Contemporary Ukrainian Studies, and the Making of The February 24th Archive"
October 10 (SPECIAL 3:30PM START TIME) Marci Shore, Yale U., "The Meaning of the Maidan: Looking back at the Revolution of Dignity, Eight Years Later"
October 17 Christopher Hamner, George Mason U, "Military History and Russia's War on Ukraine"
October 24 Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern, Northwestern U., "The Ukrainian War-Time Discourse: Self-Image, Enemy Alien, and Cultural Mobilization"
October 31 Sofia Dyak, Taras Nazaruk, Natalia Otrishchenko, Center for Urban History, Lviv, Ukraine, "Scholars Documenting the War in Real-Time"
November 7 Francine Hirsch, U of Wisconsin, "Historians Push Back: Countering Putin's Distortion and Manipulation of the Past"
November 14 Olesya Khromeychuk, Ukrainian Institute London, "Writing History, Narrating War"
November 21 Karina Korostelina, George Mason U, "Historical Perceptions and Willingness to Fight or to support a Peace Agreement in the Russo-Ukrainian War"
November 28 Anne Applebaum, The Atlantic, "How History Writes the Present"