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October 25, 2017
Evgeny Afineevsky, an Oscar- and Emmy-nominated director, writer, and producer, screened his new documentary film “Cries from Syria” on Wednesday, Oct. 25 as a Poynter Fellow...
October Film Poster
October 13, 2017
Red Century: Russian Revolution on Film series continued on Wednesday, October 4, with another work by Eisenstein––October (Октябрь, 1928, co-directed by Grigori Aleksandrov...
New initiative merges environmental studies, humanities
October 10, 2017
The University launched the Environmental Humanities Initiative this fall, a program that publicizes courses and hosts lectures and conferences that explore environmental...
October 6, 2017
Last Wednesday, when I met Slavic languages and literatures professor John MacKay for coffee at Blue State and asked what his favorite movie from the fall 2017 Russian Film...
October 4, 2017
The Whitney Humanities Center Auditorium was full on the night of September 23 with 250 people who attended the screening of Sergei Eisenstein’s Strike (Стачка, 1925). The...
Imagining Normal Russia: Disability and Design from the Soviet Union to Putin’s Reconsolidation
October 4, 2017
Yale Slavic Colloquium invites you to a presentation and discussion with Cassandra Hartblay, postdoctoral associate and lecturer of Russian Studies in the European Studies...
Allan Appel Photo: Arays beside two Russian civil war-era posters in the international room at Manuscripts and Archives Library.
September 29, 2017
A revolution unfolded at Yale University. It took only two hours, but it achieved its aims. The revolution in question was the 1917 Russian Revolution, a world-changing event...