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Cambridge University Press. Google Scholar. CrossRef Google Scholar. Bristol: Intellect. Khrushchev Centenary Conference.
Slavic Department. Chautauqua Institution Lakeside Chautauqua. Chautauqua Lecture Series.
Lakeside Chautauqua. Closing comments. Research impact of Catharine Nepomnyashchy on contemporary Russian scholarship. Memorial event. Union Theological Seminary. Harriman Institute. Russian Film Week. Society of Fellows in the Humanities; Harriman Institute. Keynote for the series Post- Soviet Comparativisms. Press briefing for Reagan - Gorbachev Summit in Moscow. Emory University Sawyer Seminar. Carter Center. New York University Distinguished Lecture. Jordan Center for Advanced Russian Studies.
Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia.
Inaugural lecture one of two guests. Cooper Union, Humanities Initiative. New York University. Individual invitation as part of the four-part yearlong series Soviet Modernity and Empire. Charismatic Modernisms. Roundtable on contemporary Russian studies. School of Humanities and Sciences. Round-table discussion with Andrei Siniavskii on recent Soviet literature. Event entitled Russian Literature Today. Event entitled Eastern Europe: Literature and Society. State University of New York at Plattsburgh.
Second meeting of the Working Group. University of California Berkeley. Event entitled Postcommunism: Rethinking the Second World. The Eighties in Theory and Practice. Russian and East European Center. Guest speaker. Kennan Institute. United States Congress House of Representatives. Council on Foreign Relations. S Congress House of Representatives. Film Colloquium with Russian director Natalia Meshchaninova. Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures.
Council on European Studies.
Russian Critics on the Cinema of Glasnost : Michael Brashinsky :
Round table commentator. Yale University Trumbull Lecture Funds Other talks reverse chronology Kenyon College. Community Foundation Theater Gund Gallery. Freedom of Speech in Russia. Pennsylvania State University. Invited talk for the Department of Comparative Literature. New York Film Academy. Cornell University Society for the Humanities. Violence, Gender, and the Cinematic Nation. Calling Russia Names. Georgetown University. Amherst College.
Technique. Literary composition, etc.
Symposium entitled Films of the Khrushchev Thaw. Dartmouth College The Nelson A.
Rockefeller Center for the Social Sciences. Vermont Council on the Humanities. Event entitled Different Dreams of Freedom.
International Peace Walk. Boston University Russian Research Institute.itlauto.com/wp-includes/catch/2041-savoir-si-telephone.php
University of Rochester. Conway, New Hampshire. Presidential plenary on Persistence of Empire. Presidential Roundtable. Keynote Speaker. Special Roundtable with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak. Outcome: publications 41, Keynote speaker. Oxford University Mansfield College.
Russia and Soviet Union
Maksim Ryzhkov. Interview on Russian Film Week London. Television interview on Kinotavr Open Film Festival. Louis : Donald Wolff, Justice for All. Live radio interview 26 November on Borat! Roshchina on Russian films. Consultant and interpreter for delegation of Soviet film directors. Council on International Educational Exchange. Chief interpreter for Soviet delegation of factory workers.