Slavic Graduate Student Conference

Event Location: 
Aaron Burr 219
Event Audience: 
Slavic Faculty and Graduate Students
Event Detail: 

Saturday, October 22, at Aaron Burr Hall 219:

9:45am - Breakfast

10am - 11:30am - Panel 6

Speaker 1 Corina Apostol (Rutgers U), “Subjective Media Art History: Redefinitions of Visual Thinking in Lia Perjovschi’s Art”

Speaker 2 Gernot Howanitz (U Passau), “In Medio Poeta: Runet Authors between Intermediality and Interactivity”

Speaker 3 Philip Gleissner (Princeton U), “From Bibliographical Data to Literary Communities: Tracing the Literaturnyi byt in the Digital”

Discussant David MacFadyen (UCLA)

Chair Olga Moskvina (Princeton U)


(coffee + snacks)

12:30pm - 1:30pm - transfer to Rutgers

1:30pm - 2:30pm - Tour of the Moscow Conceptualist Art exhibition with Jane Sharp (Rutgers U) at the Zimmerli Museum


At the Lower Dodge Galleries of the Zimmerli Museum:

3pm - 4:30pm - Panel 7

Speaker 1 Darja Filippova (Princeton U), “The Porous Borders of Genre: the holy fool tradition in post-Soviet political performance art”

Speaker 2 Vera Faber (U of Vienna), “Photograms Across Borders – Soviet and German experiments in camera-less photography”

Speaker 3 Olga Blackledge (U of Pittsburg), “Intermediality of Animation: Alisa v Strane Chudes (director Efrem Pruzhanskii, Studio Kievnauchfilm, 1981)”

Discussant Boryana Dragoeva Rossa (Syracuse U)

Chair Jacob Plagmann (Princeton U)


4:30 – 5:30pm - Reception

5:30pm - 7pm - Dinner

Event Type: 
Standard Event
Event Date: 
Saturday, October 22, 2016 - 9:00am