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Emerging Voices in REEES Series

The REEES Emerging Voices Colloquium Series hosts webinar events with scholars at early stages whose work will shape the study of Russia, Eastern Europe, and Eurasia in the years to come.

 

2021 | 2022 Speakers

Mollie Arbuthnot

Jesus College, University of Cambridge

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Red East: Propaganda Posters for Interwar Soviet Uzbekistan

3:00 pm, November 4, 2021

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Christopher Fort

American University of Central Asia (Kyrgyz Republic)

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Witnessing the Past: Abdulla Qahhor’s “Tales from the Past” and Soviet Subjectivity in 1930s-1960s Uzbekistan

12:00 pm, November 5, 2021

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Ellina Sattarova

Dalhousie University (Canada)

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The Non-Final Cut: The Biopolitics of Necrorealist Cinema

3:00 pm, November 11, 2021

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Milica Popović

Central European University

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Deconstructing Yugonostalgia – the case of the (post)Yugoslav political actors: the last pioneers

2:00 pm, December 1, 2021

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Archive of Past Colloquia

2020 | 2021 

   

Daniil Leiderman

Texas A&M University

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Enduring Utopia: Eastern Europe in Video Games

3:30 pm, December 3, 2020

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Ania Aizman

University of Michigan

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Memoirists, Mystics, and Communards: Anarchist Literary Cultures in Post-revolutionary Russia

3:30 pm, February 4, 2021

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Ruth Wurl

Stanford University

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The Unmaking of a Man: the Life of Alexander Alexandrov and the Afterlives of Nadezhda Durova

3:00 pm, February 25, 2021 

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Maria Chehonadskih

St. Anthony’s College, Oxford University

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The Convergence of People, Things and Ideas: Alexander Bogdanov and the Problem of Organisation in Early Soviet Theory and Art

1:30 pm, March 3, 2021

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Giuliana D’Oro

“Sapienza” University of Rome

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 The Tatar-Russian Intercultural Dialog through the pages of Ismail Bey Gasprinskii’s ‘Perevodchik-Tercüman’

3:00 pm, March 4, 2021

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 Zukhra Kasimova

University of Illinois at Chicago

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An Improbable Museum: Russian Avant-garde, Ancient Khorezmian artifacts, and Karakalpak indigenous crafts in Igor Savitsky’s Collection in Nukus, 1966-1984

3:00 pm, March 11, 2021

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Alex Moshkin

University of Michigan

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Likhie 90-e in Israel: Contemporary Russophone Poets Revisit Their Migration to Israel

3:00 pm, April 01, 2021

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Natalia Klimova

Natalia Plagmann

Princeton University

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The (Not So) Lonely Human Voice: Sound in Contemporary Russian Documentary Theater   

3:00 pm, April 05, 2021

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Emily Laskin

University of California, Berkeley

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Geopoetics of the Steppe

1:30 pm, April 14, 2021

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