Dear friends! We invite you to watch the online lesson dedicated to the 155th anniversary of Andrei Sheptytsky birth (secular name Roman Maria Alexander Sheptytsky) – a prominent church and public figure, spiritual leader of the Ukrainian people in dark times of the first half of the XX century. Andrei Sheptytsky was the Metropolitan of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, which he headed for almost 44 years.

During July 16-17, II All-Ukrainian Forum “Identity in the history: interdisciplinary dimension” was held organized by Dmytro Yavornytskyi Dnipro National Historical Museum, Dnipro Art Museum and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”.

On July 15, honorable guest from Germany Dr. Dmytro Mieshkov, historian, researcher at the Nordost-Institut (Institute of German History and Culture in the northeastern Europe at the University of Hamburg in Lüneburg), author of a thorough monograph “Life of the Black Sea Germans” (Kyiv: CLIO, 2017, 464 p.) visited “Tkuma” Institute. Dr. Mieshkov was born in Dnipro and studied at the historical faculty of Oles Honchar Dnipro National University and for some time worked as an archivist in the State Archive of Dnipropetrovsk region.

Jews around the world celebrate Shavuot in honor of one of the most important events in history – the Sinai Revelation, during which God gave the Jews the Torah and the Ten Commandments, which became the moral and ethical foundation of all human civilization. It happened about 2500 years ago.