IGITI Research Fellows took part in a convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES)
The title of Alexander Dmitriev's talk was "Roman Jakobson and Re-appropriation of Slavic Studies after the Great War: Revolutionary as a Successor". He also was a discussant in a session ""Redoubled" Performance as Life Strategy: Doubling Loyalties, Inventing (Deceptive) Identities under Repressive Political Regimes". Kirill Levinson delivered a paper "Deceiving the Nazis and the Soviets: Performance as Survival Strategy in the Time of Persecution", as well as participated in a session "Historical Politics in Russia: Education, Culture, Law" as an opponent. Boris Stepanov presented a paper titled "Exploring Outskirts: Kraevedenie in Contemporary Moscow" and took part in a discussion "Performing Otherness in Soviet and Post-Soviet Science Fiction Cinema".
See the convention programme