PUSHKIN, UNLIMITED The 1st Princeton Pushkinalia

Fri, Apr 20, 2018, 9:00 am
Location: 
245 East Pyne

On April 20–21 (Friday–Saturday), 2018, the Slavic Department of Princeton University will convene a workshop called “Pushkin, Unlimited.” This is the first of a planned series of “Pushkinalia.” The purpose of the meeting is to give a sense of the present state of Pushkin studies, with leading figures giving brief presentations on texts by Pushkin and his contemporaries. The program will begin with a keynote address by Aleksandr Dolinin (University of Madison Wisconsin) and will include a report by Ivanov Eubanks, editor of the Pushkin Journal — the only English-language journal devoted to Pushkin’s works — on the journal’s plans for the future. Presentations will be in Russian or English, depending on the preference of the speaker. Saturday will feature a 4:00pm concert of musical settings of Pushkin’s poetry.

In keeping with the workshop format, each scholar will briefly present a single work or part of a work (10–15 minutes), raising questions that will encourage further discussion of interpretive problems. All primary texts will be posted on line before the conference.

Program is available here

Poster is available here

 

 

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