Summer 2021 Russian 33 Lecture Series

 

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE
RUSSIAN 33 SUMMER LECTURE SERIES

The Russian department course "Reading Russia Today: Avant-gardes, Dystopias, Dreamers" will host a series of zoom-lectures by prominent cultural figures from Russia and the diaspora. These speakers will address art and activism, the shape of writing in Russian today and struggles for women's and indigenous people's rights, among other topics. Free and open to the public. Sponsored by the Russian Department.

ZOOM LINK:
https://dartmouth.zoom.us/j/91949193524?pwd=TmNHYytqTTBBZGNkM0EzVDFmcFV2QT09

PLEASE USE THE SAME ZOOM LINK FOR ALL EVENTS
NO PREREGISTRATION OR PASSCODE REQUIRED
ALL EVENTS START AT 10:20 AM

JULY 13, 2021 VIRTUAL ZOOM
Linor Goralik
Poet, Writer, Journalist
Flash Fiction and Russia in the 2000's

JULY 20, 2021 VIRTUAL ZOOM
Olga Livshin
Poet, Writer, Teacher
Russian-American Writing

JULY 27, 2021 VIRTUAL ZOOM
Victoria Lomasko
Artist, Writer, Activist
Monumental Art and Documenting Protest in post-Soviet Spaces

JULY 29, 2021 VIRTUAL ZOOM
Elena Kostyleva
Poet, Feminist, Activist
Egana Dzhabbarova
Poet, Feminist, Activist
Russian Feminist Writing and Activism

AUGUST 12, 2021
VIRTUAL AND IN PERSON
Reed Hall, room 107
Pavel Sulyandziga
Writer Indigenous Right Activist
Indigenous Rights in the Russian Federation

For more information please contact Ainsley Morse.
Ainsley.E.Morse@dartmouth.edu