AIH399 - Making History
AIH389 - The French Revolution and the Struggle for Freedom
Slaveski, F. June 2019: ‘Remaking Ukraine after World War II”, at the Recovering Forgotten History: The Image of East-Central Europe in English-language Academic and Text Books” in Warsaw/Kyiv.
Slaveski, F. December 2018: Address to the ‘History and Policy’ International Conference at King’s College, London by the History and Policy Network.
Slaveski, F. 2016. Peasant Resistance to Government Corruption in Rebuilding Post-War Ukraine, 1945-48. ‘Social Catastrophes in the first half of the 20th century in Ukraine’ Conference at the Institute of history of Ukraine at the National Academy of Sciences, Kiev October 2016
Slaveski, F. 2015. Fighting stalinism from within. Military raids on party pre-election meetings and troop violence across the post-war Soviet space, 1945-1946. ‘Europe, 1945: Liberation, Occupation, Retribution’ Conference at the National Research University - Higher School of Economics, Moscow, June 2015.
Slaveski, F., 2013. Brutalized peace? Demobilisation and violence in the Soviet Union, 1914-1953. Inaugural Conference of the Australian Russianist Study Group (ARSG) at Latrobe University, November 2013.
Slaveski, F., 2011. The russian civil war in Germany, 1945-49. Australasian Association of European Historians (AAEH) biennial Conference. Perth, University of Western Australia, July 2011.
Slaveski, F., 2011. Soviet and british food wars in occupied Germany, 1945-49. International Workshop on Grain and Politics of the Twentieth Century. Shanghai, Jiao Tong University, May 2011.
Slaveski, F., 2010. Separating the wheat from the chaff: soviet and british food polices in occupied Germany, 1945-47. International Workshop on Famines of the Twentieth Century. Melbourne, University of Melbourne, June, 2010.
Slaveski, F., 2010. Demobilisation and violence in soviet-occupied Germany, 1945-47. International Workshop on Demobilisation and Violence after the Two World Wars-Global Perspectives. Perth, University of Western Australia, April, 2010.
Slaveski, F., 2009. The masterpieces of stalinist politics: soviet responses to food shortages in post-war Germany, 1945-46. International Conference on Modern World Famines. Melbourne, University of Melbourne, March, 2009.
Slaveski, F., 2008. The importance of mass docility in the administration of occupied territories: the role of policing and violence in the soviet occupation of post-war Germany 1945-47. Australasian Association of European Historians (AAEH) biennial Conference. Sydney, University of Sydney, July, 2007.
Slaveski, F. (2015) ‘Russia and MH17.’ Sky News. [TV programme] Sky News Channel, 15 October, 18:00.
Slaveski, F. (2015) ‘Russian Actions in Syria.’ Sky News. [TV programme] Sky News Channel, 8 October, 18:00.
Slaveski, F. (2015) ‘Ukraine Crisis.’ Sky News. [TV programme] Sky News Channel, 2 September, 18:00.
Slaveski, F. (2014) ‘What is Putin’s Grand Strategy? Australian Institute of International Affairs Victoria. 15 October.
Slaveski, F. (2014) ‘Ukraine Crisis.’ Sky News. [TV programme] Sky News Channel, 26 September, 18:00.
Slaveski, F. (2014) ‘The soviet occupation of Germany.’ New Books in History [podcast] NBN, 2 July. Available at: http://newbooksinhistory.com/2014/07/02/filip-slaveski-the-soviet-occupation-of-germany-cambridge-up-2013/
Australian Research Council Discovery Project
DP210100278: The Last Soviet Famine, 1946/47: Drought and food crises in war's aftermath
Lead Chief Invesigator (CI)
(2021), Cambridge, Eng., A1
M Edele, F Slaveski
(2016), Vol. 68, pp. 1020-1035, Europe-Asia studies, London, Eng., C1
(2013), Cambridge, UK, A1-1
(2013), pp. 187-206, Early life nutrition and adult health and development: lessons from changing dietary patterns, famines, and experimental studies, New York, N.Y., B1-1
(2008), Vol. 54, pp. 389-402, AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF POLITICS AND HISTORY, Univ Sydney, Sydney, AUSTRALIA, C1-1
(2008), Vol. 42, pp. 137-155, New Zealand Slavonic Journal, Christchurch, NZ, C1-1
Funded Projects at Deakin
Australian Competitive Grants
The Chaotic Transition from War to Peace in Soviet-Occupied Europe, 1945-53
Dr Filip Slaveski
ARC DECRA - Discovery Early Career Researcher Award
- 2017: $105,172
- 2016: $128,160
- 2015: $126,151
Europe¿s Last Famine: The Soviet Case of 1946/7
Dr Filip Slaveski, Prof Stephen Wheatcroft, Prof Hiroaki Kuromiya, Yuri Shapoval
ARC - Discovery Projects
- 2021: $72,716
No completed student supervisions to report