Sam Schacht, actor and Master Teacher of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, NYC will present a lecture/demonstration on Anton Chekhov's The Three Sisters.
Onegin - directed by Martha Fiennes, 1999.
Pechorin, directed by Roman Khrushch, 2011.
Karl Reichl is Professor Emeritus of the University of Bonn, Honorary Professor of the University of Nukus (Uzbekistan) and a member of the North-Rhine Westphalian Academy of Sciences.
**Talk is in Russian**
A Nest of Gentry, directed by Andrei Konchalovskii, 1969.
Dubravka Ugrešić is one of Europe’s most distinctive novelists and essayists.
A performance (in Russian) directed by Boris Pavlovich: "The Visible Side of Life", the staging of Shvarts’s poetry and prose co-created and featuring Yana Savitskaya.
Thursday, October 20, at Rocky/ Mathey Classroom of Rockefeller College:
9:30am - Breakfast
9:45am - Opening Remarks
10am - 11:30am - Panel 1
Oblomov, directed by Nikita Mikhalkov, 1979.
Friday, October 21, at Aaron Burr Hall 219:
9:45am - Breakfast
10am - 11:30am - Panel 4
Speaker 1 Svetlana Tcareva (Yale U), “Fashionable Villainy in Bauer’s Melodramas”
Saturday, October 22, at Aaron Burr Hall 219:
9:45am - Breakfast
10am - 11:30am - Panel 6
Screening of the Wooster Group's BRACE UP from Chekhоv's The Three Sisters, followed by a Talk Back with director Elizabeth LaCompte, and actor Kate Valk.
The Overcoat, directed by Aleksei Batalov, 1979.
Conference practice talks
Crime and Punishment, directed by Lev Kulidzhanov, 1970.
Criminality, Deviance, and Anthropological Diversity. Narratives of Inborn Criminality and Atavism in Late Imperial Russia (1880–1900)
The Idiot, directed by Ivan Pyr'ev, 1967.
Margarita Pavlova, Pushkinskii Dom, St. Petersburg, will give a talk on Monday, November 21, 2016 at 4:30pm in 245 East Pyne.
Anna Karenina, directed by Iulii Karasik, 1970.
Polina Barskova was born in Leningrad in 1976. She published her first book of poetry “Christmas” in 1991, and her eighth book of poetry “Master of the Garden” was published in Saint Petersburg in
Selves, Their Guidance System, and Narrative Fallibility
The Seagull, directed by Iulii Karasik, 1970.
Ward No. 6, directed by Karen Shakhnazarov, 2009
Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene
Marina RakuState Institute for Art Studies,Moscow
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies
Associate Professor Centre for Comparative Literature University of Toronto
“Slavic DH: Samizdat and Alternative History”
Space-Time, Death-Resurrection, and the Russian Revolution
One Planet Under a Groove: Media Privatization, Digital Technologies, and the Transnational Albanian Music Industry
Mephisto (1981, dir Istvan Szabo)
Romeo, Juliet and Darkness (1960, dir. Jiri Weiss)
The connections among President Donald Trump, his campaign advisers, the Russian government under Vladimir
Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies
Europa Europa (1990, dir. Agnieszka Holland)
Disability and Animality in Eisenstein’s Cinema of the 1920s
The Creamator (1969, dir. Juraj Herz)
The Third Part of the Night (1971, dir. Andrzej Zulawski)
Translingualism is the inclusion of more than one language in a single literary piece, whether openly or covertly, through puns or borrowings.
The Department in Slavic Languages and Literatures presents the Eberhard L. Faber 1915 Memorial Fund lecture in the Humanities Council.
Divided We Fall (2000, dir. Jan Hrebejk)
A Generation (1955, dir Andrzej Wajda)
Closley Watched Trains (1966, Jiri Menzel)
IDA (2013, dir. Pawel Pawlikowski)
Three (1965, dir. Aleksandar Petrovic)