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  • Students Enjoy Slavic Formal

    This past Friday students of and tangential to Dartmouth's Russian department gathered in the picturesque grounds of SAE's basement to enjoy Russian music, culture, and an electric exchange of the language.

    Slavic Formal
  • Fall 2023 Ukrainian Dreams after Communism

    RUSS 38.25, Professor Lada Kolomiyets @ 2A. The course aims to analyze the agency of contemporary Ukrainian people, the media, literature, and digital folklore in creating new messages, meanings, and values.

    RUSS 38.25
  • Artists to Russia: 'Our Fire is Stronger Than Your Bombs'

    Artists to Russia: 'Our Fire is Stronger Than Your Bombs', Veronika Yadukha, of Kyiv, Ukraine, a student at Dartmouth College, right, installs an exhibit by Ukrainian artists near a poster called "Bakhmut," by Mykhailo Skop, left, before the opening of an art exhibit called "Our Fire is Stronger Than Your Bombs" at Saint Anselm College, in Manchester, N.H., Monday, May 1, 2023. The art exhibit, marking the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, features new work by Ukrainian illustrators, some of whom have been living without electricity or water. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

    Veronika Yadukha
  • Kate Pride Brown Lecture Spring 2023

    The Power of Civil Society, Reflected in Siberia's Lake Baikal, Kate Pride Brown, Associate Professor of Sociology, Georgia Tech, May 11, 2023, 5:00 pm, Haldeman 41, Free and open to the public.

    Lake Baikal, Siberia, Russia
  • The Changing Ecology of the Russian Arctic

    Jeff Kerby, Researcher at the Aarhus Institute for Advanced Studies in Denmark, Institute of Arctic Studies visiting fellow, Dartmouth College gave a lecture on April 27, 2023. The talk discussed Kerby's climate change research in the Siberian Yamal peninsula and his documentation of the collaboration between an international team of researchers and the Indigenous reindeer herding communities.

     The Changing Ecology of the Russian Arctic by Jeff Kerby
  • Indigenous Siberia: In the Raw

    Pavel Sulyandziga, Indigenous Rights Activist gave a lecture in April, providing a broad overview of Siberia's indigenous groups and their place in contemporary Russian society.

    Pavel Sulyandziga
  • The Naked Pravda

    Meduza's "The Naked Pravda" features Prof. Lynn Patyk on Vladlen Tatarsky's assassination and the history of terrorism in Russia.

    The Naked Pravda - Meduza
  • Introducing Dartmouth's New Faculty Members

    Tatiana Filimonova is one of 29 new Dartmouth faculty this year. She is assistant professor of Russian. Each year an impressive group of scholar-teachers joins the ranks of Dartmouth's faculty, and this year is no different.

    Introducing Dartmouth's New Faculty Members

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