Shoshana Keller
Shoshana Keller, the William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Russian and Eurasian History, hosted a conference of the Upstate New York historians of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia on Oct. 14.

Keller presented a digital humanities project called "Mapping the Peoples of Kazakhstan," that uses Geographic Information Systems and Soviet census data to create a spatial analysis of the dozens of nationalities that were exiled to Kazakhstan after 1.6 million Kazakhs were killed by Stalin's collectivization.

This is an informal group, drawing faculty and graduate students from Albany to Buffalo, that gathered in person for the first time since COVID.

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