Coming Out (GDR, 1989)
Hammer and Sickle (Russia, 1994)
Not Angles But Angles (Czech Republic, 1994)
The Wooster Group's OBIE-winning production of "To You, The Birdie (Phèdre)," Paul Schmidt's version of Racine's Phèdre, re-set in a mobile modernist landscape, followed by a talk-back with directo
The Land of the Deaf (Russia 1998)
Black Ice (Russia 2005)
Conceptualizing the Human is an interdisciplinary conference dedicated to the changing concept of the human in Slavic and
Conceptualizing the Human is an interdisciplinary conference dedicated to the changing concept of the human in Slavic and E
Go West (Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2005)
The Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures Presents the annual Eberhard L. Faber IV lecture, Class of 1915:
You I Love (Russia, 2005)
Fine Dead Girls (Croatia, 2007)
Speaker: Writer Dubravka Ugresic.
The Country Teacher (Czech Republic, 2008)
Kirill Ospovat, "Freie Universität, Berlin" will give a talk on "Religious Poetry, Secular Readership, and Post-Petrine State: (Re)reading Lomonosov's Ode paraphrased from Job".
Suicide Room (Poland, 2009)
Jolly Fellows (Russia, 2009)
A symposium on
The Choreography of Power:
Dance and Politics in Russia,
Phedre by Racine
directed by Florent Masse
February 7-8, 2014
8pm Sterling Morton Gallery
The Department of Slavic
Languages & Literatures
Crime and Punishment, 1969, directed by Lev Kulidzhanov
The Gambler, 1997, directed by Karoly Makk
The Idiot, 1951, directed by Akira Kurosawa
The Brothers Karamazov, 1958, directed by Richard Brooks.
Anna Karennina, 1968, directed by Aleksandr Zarkhi
Bringing together feasting, drinking and toasting, the Georgian banquet has acquired the status of a national trait. Yet how unique is the Georgian feast? The Georgian practice of toasting appears
International futurism is widely remembered as the first manifestation of the 20th-century literary avant-garde, although the relationship between the primary Italian and Russian “wings” of futuris
Anna Karenina, 1948, directed by Julien DuVivier
A lecture by Nina Gourianova, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies at Northwestern University.
The Phaedra Symposium brings together creative artists, performers, and scholars who offer a variety of perspectives on this exceptionally productive myth.
In the more than two decades since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russian literature has enjoyed a period of freedom unprecedented in it over the last century.
War and Peace, 1966, directed by Sergei Bondarchuk, PART ONE
Robert L. Jackson,Yale University
Sponsored by the Eberhard L. Faber 1915 Memorial Fund in the Humanities Council and the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures.
War and Peace, 1966, directed by Sergei Bondarchuk, PART TWO
Bilingual Poetry Event with C.K. Williams and Dmitry Kuzmin
4:30 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30 245 EAST PYNE
An Unfinished Piece for Mechanical Piano, 1977, directed by Nikita Mikhalkov