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Cambridge to teach Crimean Tatar language

Master classes on language and culture will be introduced this fall.

Starting this autumn, the Cambridge University is planning to hold classes in the language and culture of the Crimean Tatar people. It is stated on the official page of the Cambridge Ukrainian Studies on Facebook.

It is known that familiarization with the Crimean Tatar culture will be carried out in the form of master classes given by Rory Finnin, University Senior Lecturer in Ukrainian Studies, Director of the Ukrainian Studies programme, and Chair of the Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Cambridge and Vsevolod Samokhvalov, research associate at the Cambridge Forum on Central Asia. The project is being financially supported by CEELBAS. More information is supposed to be provided later.