interviews 

highlights

all recent interviews

Interviewed by Volodymyr Yermolenko for Ukraine World's 'Explaining Ukraine', 2 November 2023. 
Interviewed by Iryna Slavinska 'Full-time Ukrainian', The Ukrainians, 24 October 2023. 
Interviewed by Sonya Bilocerkowycz 'Glimpsing the impossible: An Interview with Olesya Khromeychuk', Apofenie, 1 October 2023.
Interviewed by Ian Bond for the Centre for European Reform podcast alongside Sir Richard Shirreff, former NATO Deputy Supreme Allied Commander for Europe, about Russia's war in Ukraine, 26 February 2023.
'HARDtalk' interviewed by Stephen Sackur, 22 February 2023. WATCH. LISTEN
'Ukraine's Long War', podcast for New Lines Magazine, 17 February 2023. 
‘Inaction supports Putin’s escalation’: World must keep standing up to Russia, historian says, The Guardian, 5 February 2023. 
Australian Strategic Policy Institute podcast, Policy, Guns & Money, 10 February 2023.
'Battleground Ukraine', podcast with Saul David and Patrick Bishop, 20 January 2023.
'Ukrainecast', interviewed by Lucy Hockings and Vitaly Shevchenko, BBC, 4 January 2023. 
'Why the world misunderstands Ukraine', World Review (The New Statesman podcast), 2 January 2022.
'How is Ukraine coping with the trauma of war?', interviewed by Anne McElvoy, The Economist, 8 December 2022. 
'History and Context', The Kyiv Independent's Power Lines: From Ukraine to the World podcast, 6 October 2022. 
Discussion with Peter Jukes and Hardeep Matharu, BylineTV, 23 September 2022. 
'Vladimir Putin is not solely to blame for the Russian invasion that killed my brother in Ukraine', interviewed by Rob Hastings, The i Paper, 8 September 2022. 
Interview, BBC New (Ukrainian), 1 September 2022.
Guest on Jon Snow's 'What if Putin Goes Nuclear', Channel 4, 19 March 2022.
Panellist on BBC One Question Time, 9 March 2022. 
Christiane Amanpour, Impact of Putin's war on Ukrainian women, CNN, 8 March 2022. 
Historikerin Olesya Khromeychuk über Frauen im Ukraine-Krieg, WDR 3 Kultur am Mittag Von Cornelia Wegerhoff, 8 March 2022.
Julian Evans, 'Why Putin is obsessed with Ukraine and Russia being "one people"', The Telegraph, 6 March 2022.
Christopher Hope, 'To Ukraine, with love', Chopper's Politics, 4 March 2022.
'Day of intense attacks on Ukrainian cities', The World Tonight, 3 March 2022. 
'Ukrainian Catholic bishop warns British people to avoid disinformation about war', The Independent, 2 March 2022. 
'Ukrainian women on the front line', Woman's Hour, 28 February 2022.
'What can the West do to help Ukraine?' openDemocracy, 28 February 2022. 
„Putin leugnet immer wieder, dass Ukrainer eine eigene Nation bilden“, Olesya Khromeychuk in conversation with Paul Simon, Berliner Zeitung, 29 Jan 2022.
'Why Putin has his sights on Ukraine', Ritula Shah in conversation with Olesya Khromeychuk, Olga Tokariuk, Angela Stent and Maxim Samoroukov, BBC World Service, 27 Jan 2022.
'Ukraine’s democratic outlook after 30 years of independence'. Public discussion organised by ForumCiv, Nordic Ukraine Forum and Östgruppen, 8 Dec 2021. Full recording
'Memory politics: the challenge of commemoration in post-Soviet Eastern Europe and the Caucasus', Chatham House, 5 Oct 2021. Full recording ‘At the Front Line. Ukrainian Art, 2013-2019’. Public talk organised by the Museum of Memory and Tolerance (Mexico City), 19 Oct 2019. ‘History and Memory Politics in a Militarised Society’. Public lecture organised by the Ukrainian Catholic University (L’viv), 11 April 2019. ‘Fraternal Peoples? History, Memory and Politics in the Ukraine Crisis’. Lecture at ‘Putin, Russia and the World’, a day school organised by Oxford University’s Department for Continuing Education (Oxford), 24 Sept 2016. ‘Negotiating Protest Spaces on the Maidan: a Gender Perspective’. Guest lecture organised by Forum Transregionale Studien, held at Osteuropa-Institut, Freie Universität (Berlin), 28 Apr 2016. ‘Resistance and Gender: the Ukrainian Nationalist Movement of the 1930s-1950s and its Relevance to Contemporary Ukraine’. Lecture at ‘Resistance in Russia and Eastern Europe’ Lecture Series organised by Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies (Cambridge, UK), 2 May 2013.