Blog: Through Testimony

Blog Posts by Inna Gogina

  • December 4, 2018
    Eighty-five years ago, millions of residents of Ukraine were starved to death as a result of the Soviet-era policies under Joseph Stalin’s totalitarian regime. The man-made famine of 1932-1933, also known as Holodomor, is part of my home country’s history that I grew to fully understand only through my work at USC Shoah Foundation.
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About Inna Gogina

Tue, 12/04/2018 - 1:41pm -- rob.kuznia

Inna Gogina has worked at USC Shoah Foundation in a variety of capacities since 1999, including assistant production coordinator, historical content analyst, coordinator of international programs, international digital education associate, and, currently, an archivist. Gogina holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in classical philology from Moscow State University, a master’s degree in public administration from California State University, Northridge, and a MLIS degree from San José State University, with emphasis on information organization, digital services, and emerging technologies.

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