Two-day research workshop taking place at the IU Europe Gateway, July 8-9, 2022.
Screening of F@ck This Job: Tango with Putin.
An online gathering dedicated to nonconformist art and unofficial culture of the 20th-21st century.
RSW Series Critical Conversations in Russian Studies panel discussion focusing on culture and climate change Siberia.
“Butter, Trees, and Timber: Contested Spaces of the Global Economy and Colonization”
REEI Series: О России по-русски! presents a lecture by Anna Sharogradskaya. The lecture is in Russian.
Svetlana Borodina: "On Making Populations Available For Injury: Debilitation, Austerity, and Violence in Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia"-
Svetlana Borodina, Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Harriman Institute, Columbia University, will present a lecture.
The war in Ukraine has a number of fronts, including in cyberspace.
Anastasia Patsey: "What Isn’t Forbidden Is Allowed: Nonconformist Art Between Leningrad and St. Petersburg"-
The culture and history of the Museum of Nonconformist Art and Art-centre "Pushkinskaya-10", Saint Petersburg Russia
Critical Conversations in Russian Studies: Russia's Geopolitical Humor: The Kremlin's Media, Diplomacy, and Comedy-
RSW Series Critical Conversations in Russian Studies panel discussion will explore the origins and logics of the Kremlin's newfound love of comedy.
John Romero: "Rehabilitating Khans and Khanates: History as Dissent in Soviet Tatarstan during and after the Thaw"-
John Romero, Assistant Professor of History at the University of North Georgia, will present the lecture Rehabilitating Khans and Khanates: History as Dissent in Soviet Tatarstan during and after the Thaw.
RSW Series Critical Conversations in Russian Studies panel discussion on the history of Buddhism in Russia, how that history matters to contemporary Russian Buddhists, and what scholars of Buddhism can learn from it.
Alicja Curanović: “Prometheus against Katechon. Contemporary political messianism in Poland and Russia”-
Alicja Curanović an Associate Professor at the University of Warsaw, will present the online lecture: “Prometheus against Katechon. Contemporary political messianism in Poland and Russia”
Opening of the "Nonconform" virtual exhibit followed by a 2-day virtual conference on March 3-4, 2022.
Online screening of Jerry Mercury’s new film “The Non-Loneliness Train: Internal Inclusion.”