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"[Michael @AmLit7] Snyder’s comprehensive, insightful, and indelible portrait defines and secures Purdy’s rightful place in literary history." Donna Seaman, Booklist, starred review.
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James Purdy, one of the foundational American novelists of the twentieth century, is the subject of Michael Snyder’s extraordinary biography, just released by Oxford Press.
@AmLit7 @OUPAcademic
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"Putin relies on controlling the information space in Russia to safeguard his regime much more than on the kind of massive oppression apparatus the Soviet Union used, making disorder in the information space potentially even more dangerous to Putin than it was to the Soviets." 1/
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
ISW’s campaign assessment from this weekend worth reading in full. 2/2 understandingwar.org/backgrounder/r…
 
"Putin relies on controlling the information space in Russia to safeguard his regime much more than on the kind of massive oppression apparatus the Soviet Union used, making disorder in the information space potentially even more dangerous to Putin than it was to the Soviets." 1/
 
To consider regarding nuclear blackmail: when you give in to it, you empower dictators to do it again, encourage worldwide nuclear proliferation, and make nuclear war much, much more likely.
 
All are welcome to follow my class on the "Making of Modern Ukraine." Links can be found on my twitter page and video will be posted to YouTube a couple days after each lecture. This is the syllabus:
snyder.substack.com/p/syllabus-of-…
Syllabus of my Ukraine lecture class
snyder.substack.com
In reply to @elonmusk
🧐“Khrushchev’s mistake”?? Crimea doesn’t belong to Russia. It did belong to the Russian Empire, which (checks notes) hasn’t been a thing for centuries now. If Mr. Musk would like to learn history instead of propaganda, he can take @TimothyDSnyder’s class on Ukraine. It’s free. pic.twitter.com/wzKOOJ21sz
 
 
A sign of Russian colonialism is that politicians and propagandists really did not understand that people in other countries are allowed to defend themselves when Russia invades.
 
1/2. "Most urgently, a Ukrainian victory is needed to prevent further death and atrocity in Ukraine. But the outcome of the war matters throughout the world, not just in the physical realm of pain and hunger but also in the realm of values, where possible futures are enabled.
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
2/2. "Ukrainian resistance reminds us that democracy is about human risk and human principles, and a Ukrainian victory would give democracy a fresh wind." foreignaffairs.com/ukraine/ukrain…
Ukraine Holds the Future
foreignaffairs.com
 
1/2. "Most urgently, a Ukrainian victory is needed to prevent further death and atrocity in Ukraine. But the outcome of the war matters throughout the world, not just in the physical realm of pain and hunger but also in the realm of values, where possible futures are enabled.
 
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
You can help stop an ongoing genocide. Donate to a reliable Canadian NGO supplying the Ukrainian territorial defense. unitewithukraine.com/the_defenders
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
You can help stop an ongoing genocide. Make a donation to the Ukrainian government portal organized by the president's office. u24.gov.ua/donate/humanit…
UNITED24 - The initiative of the President of Ukraine
u24.gov.ua
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
You can help stop an ongoing genocide. Make a donation to a reliable US NGO supplying humanitarian aid to Ukraine. razomforukraine.org/razom-emergenc…
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
You can help stop an ongoing genocide. Donate to a reliable Canadian NGO supplying the Ukrainian territorial defense. unitewithukraine.com/the_defenders
The Defenders - Unite With Ukraine
unitewithukraine.com
 
You can help stop an ongoing genocide. Make a donation to a reliable NGO protecting Ukrainian soldiers.
savelife.in.ua/en/donate-en/#…
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
You can help stop an ongoing genocide. Make a donation to a reliable US NGO supplying humanitarian aid to Ukraine. razomforukraine.org/razom-emergenc…
Razom Emergency Response - Razom
razomforukraine.org
 
You can help stop an ongoing genocide. Make a donation to a reliable NGO protecting Ukrainian soldiers.
savelife.in.ua/en/donate-en/#…
Make a donation to our charity fund
savelife.in.ua
 
Eighth lecture of my class on the "Making of Modern Ukraine."
Guest lecture by Glenn Dynner, on "Early Jews of Modern Ukraine"
youtu.be/Bp495Uz_Cq4
 
There has been good reason to speak of Putin’s personal fascism for some time.
 
There has been good reason to speak of Putin’s personal fascism for some time.
In reply to @christogrozev
And it happened: Putin just quoted fascist philosopher Ilyin.
 
Putin: losing in Ukraine, losing in Russia, winning at CPAC
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
CPAC’s foreign policy seems to be to appease the dictator and repeat (and even elaborate on) his propaganda.
 
Putin: losing in Ukraine, losing in Russia, winning at CPAC
 
Seventh lecture of my class on the "Making of Modern Ukraine." Video will be posted on YouTube a couple days after each lecture.
Class 7: Rise of Muscovite Power
youtu.be/CMpkBOTCgCM
 
Looking at all of this from a great distance, of course, but wouldn’t the best economic, trade, and financial policy for Great Britain just now be to join the European Union...?
 
Today, 9/28, at 12:00 noon ET:
On Wednesday 9/28, @ISSYale will host a conversation on the war in #Ukraine 🇺🇦 featuring @JacksonYale professors @TimothyDSnyder and @OAWestad and Harvard prof Serhii Plokhii. Horchow Hall + live stream. @yale_history

Details here:
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Protest in the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic of Russia. There are about 500,000 Kabardians and 100,000 Balkars in the region. Putin is sending the young men of these indigenous groups to die in his imperial war.
A scuffle between locals and an official in Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkarian Republic. The official accuses a woman of having PR goals, while she is demanding to bring the mobilised children back. pic.twitter.com/NEZFPif9ki
 
Starting momentarily: I will be talking about Russia's invasion of Ukraine with @lukeharding1968, live online at 8pm BST, 3pm EDT. @guardianlive
"How has Russia’s invasion of Ukraine changed the world?"
membership.theguardian.com/event/timothy-…
Timothy Snyder: How has Russias invasion of Ukraine changed the world? | The Guardian Members
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Buryats have died in hugely disproportionate numbers in Russia's war already. Mobilization will repeat this loss. There are only about half a million Buryats in the world. Russia's war is also against its own indigenous peoples, treated as cannon fodder.
meduza.io/en/feature/202…
Everyone knew it was coming A dispatch from Russia's Republic of Buryatia, where mobilization is already underway Meduza
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Today, I will be talking about Russia's invasion of Ukraine with @lukeharding1968, live online at 8pm BST, 3pm EDT.
#GuardianLive: "How has Russia’s invasion of Ukraine changed the world?" membership.theguardian.com/event/timothy-…
Timothy Snyder: How has Russias invasion of Ukraine changed the world? | The Guardian Members
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Sixth lecture of my class on the "Making of Modern Ukraine." Video will be posted on YouTube a couple days after each lecture.
youtu.be/IlvE6tgPEf8
 
 
Kharkiv region has been liberated, and Serhyi Zhadan’s literary festival is underway in the city. Wish I were there.
 
Fifth lecture of my class on the "Making of Modern Ukraine." Video will be posted on YouTube a couple days after each lecture.
Lecture 5: "Vikings, Slavers, Lawgivers: The Kyiv State"
youtu.be/36XiKhamtQo
 
In all the talk of mobilization, let's remember what Russian occupation forces do in Ukraine: murder civilians en masse, leaving behind a trail of death pits.
pravda.com.ua/eng/news/2022/…
In Izium 447 bodies exhumed, many women and children
pravda.com.ua
 
Pretending that people vote for their own genocide is not a "referendum." It is an obscenity.
snyder.substack.com/p/russias-obsc…
Russia's Obscene "Referendums"
snyder.substack.com
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
5/6. The Ukrainian women and children are spread through Russia and expected to assimilate.
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
6/6. Russia becomes "whiter," which is something Putin cares about.
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
4/6. And so Asian men from the Russian Federation go to die in a war whose only success for Putin is the mass deportation of Ukrainian women and children.
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
5/6. The Ukrainian women and children are spread through Russia and expected to assimilate.
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
3/6. In the mobilisation the people forced to serve will also be largely Asians.
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
4/6. And so Asian men from the Russian Federation go to die in a war whose only success for Putin is the mass deportation of Ukrainian women and children.
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
2/6. In the first offensive the soldiers sent to die were largely Asians.
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
3/6. In the mobilisation the people forced to serve will also be largely Asians.
 
1/6. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is also, in a sense, a Russian imperial war on its own non-Russian minorities.
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
2/6. In the first offensive the soldiers sent to die were largely Asians.
 
1/6. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is also, in a sense, a Russian imperial war on its own non-Russian minorities.
 
This is my impression too.
Everything I’ve seen on this mobilization so far points to Yakutia, Saha, Buryatia, Dagestan, Chechnya being mobilized in disproportionately large numbers. If this bears out, no question this is a systematic effort to deploy Russia’s ethnic minorities as cannon fodder.
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
That is why the ongoing Russian media exercise ("referendums") are an obscenity. The Russians are, in effect, claiming that Ukrainians want to celebrate their own ongoing genocide. 20/
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
The Russian media exercise ("referendums") should therefore be understood as an element of Russian war crimes, and as nothing more. 21/21
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
Such an attempt at public humiliation is despicable. 19/
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
That is why the ongoing Russian media exercise ("referendums") are an obscenity. The Russians are, in effect, claiming that Ukrainians want to celebrate their own ongoing genocide. 20/
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
When Russia claims that huge majorities of Ukrainians want to join Russia, they are claiming that Ukrainians like death pits, that Ukrainians like rape, that Ukrainians like torture, that Ukrainians like deportation, that Ukrainians like to have their cities obliterated. 18/
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
Such an attempt at public humiliation is despicable. 19/
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
While I was there, the Ukrainian army liberated much of Kharkiv region, and now we know of more mass graves, for example in Izyum. 17/
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
When Russia claims that huge majorities of Ukrainians want to join Russia, they are claiming that Ukrainians like death pits, that Ukrainians like rape, that Ukrainians like torture, that Ukrainians like deportation, that Ukrainians like to have their cities obliterated. 18/
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
Everywhere Russia occupied territory, it leaves behind mass graves. When I was in Ukraine, I visited some of them, as well as the homes of people who had lost family members. 16/
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
While I was there, the Ukrainian army liberated much of Kharkiv region, and now we know of more mass graves, for example in Izyum. 17/
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
What about the more than three million people Russia placed forcibly deported, many of whom are now in camps? 15/
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
Everywhere Russia occupied territory, it leaves behind mass graves. When I was in Ukraine, I visited some of them, as well as the homes of people who had lost family members. 16/
 
In reply to @TimothyDSnyder
So this Russian media exercise is ludicrous. But it is not funny. It is disgusting. What about the dead? What about the more than 100,000 civilians the Russians killed in Mariupol? How should we think about their votes? 14/
Replying to @TimothyDSnyder
What about the more than three million people Russia placed forcibly deported, many of whom are now in camps? 15/
 
 
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