IGITI Research Fellows took part in a convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES)
Alexander Dmitriev, Kirill Levinson, and Boris Stepanov have participated in an anniversary convention of the Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), which was held in Boston on December 6-9.
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