Graduate Student Conferences

Graduate students in the Slavic Department regularly organize conferences on topics of interest. These conferences provide an opportunity to interact with graduate students from other U.S. universities and abroad, as well as with established scholars who serve as keynote speakers and discussants. Conference themes are proposed by Princeton graduate students, generally in their third year of study.

Previous Conference Themes

2009: Pushkin/Anti-Pushkin

2010: Undoing Eros: Love and Sexuality in Russian Culture

2012: Literary Theatricality: Theatrical Text (click for poster)

2013: Conceptualizing the Human in Slavic and Eurasian Culture

2014: Dumpster Diving and Sustainability

2015: Philosophy and Literature: In Search of Lost Synergy

2016: In Media Res: Intermediality and the Borders of 20th Century Culture