Slavic Graduate Student Conference: In Media Res: Intermediality and the Borders of 20th Century Culture

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

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”

Speaker 2 Thomas McLenachan (UCL SSEES),“Clash of the Two Cultures: Mapping representations of the geographer in late-Stalinist cinema”

Speaker 3 Daria Ezerova (Yale), “Constructing Industrial Space After 1991: Viktor Pelevin's Generation "П" and Other Stories”

Discussant: Olga Hasty (Princeton U)

Chair Laura Christians (Princeton U)

 

(coffee)

11:45am - 1:45pm - Panel 5

Speaker 1 Matthew Honegger (Princeton U), "VOKS and the American Lady Macbeth."

Speaker 2 Manuel Ghillarducci (Humboldt U), “Crossing borders and intermediality in contemporary Belarusian alternative rock music”

Speaker 3 AliceBravin (U Udine), “Poetry, Music and Drawing: the Project DAP – Dmitry Aleksandrovich Prigov”

Speaker 4 Yaraslava Ananka (Humboldt U), “Belarus as a Rural Libretto: Negotiation of Polish-Belarusian Border Identities by Wincenty Dunin-Marcinkiewicz”

Discussant Maria Cizmic (U of South Florida)

Chair Mackey Swank (Princeton U)

1:45pm – 2:30pm - Lunch

 

2:30pm - 3:45pm - Keynote Speech by Cristina Vatulescu (New York U)

(coffee)

4:00pm - 5:15pm - Vitaly Komar’s Lecture

5:30pm - Dinner

Event Type: 
Standard Event
Event Date: 
Friday, October 21, 2016 - 9:00am