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Read more at: French Influence on Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature with Damiano Rebecchini and Hilde Hoogenboom.
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French Influence on Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature with Damiano Rebecchini and Hilde Hoogenboom.

Slavonic Studies presents ' French Influence on Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature ' with Damiano Rebecchini and Hilde Hoogenboom . This event will explore how Russian literature in the nineteenth century was shaped by European novels. The two presentations will focus on the bestselling French writers Paul de Kock and...


Read more at: Polish Café - Lent Term
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Polish Café - Lent Term

Come along to a fun, informal, virtual gathering! Speak Polish with native speakers and fellow students at the Polish Café . Join us for this fantastic event hosted by Slavonic Studies and designed for students of all levels. When : Friday 12 March 2021 at 17:00 Where : Online - Meeting ID : 921 0282 7370| Passcode ...


Read more at: An Evolution of Joseph Brodsky’s Collaborative (Self)Translation with Natasha Rulyova
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An Evolution of Joseph Brodsky’s Collaborative (Self)Translation with Natasha Rulyova

Slavonic Studies presents a seminar on 'An Evolution of Joseph Brodsky’s Collaborative (Self)Translation: from remote control via combative collaboration towards self-translation and creative writing' with Natasha Rulyova. On 23 February 2021 at 17:30 (GMT) join this free online event. Register via the link below: Zoom...


Read more at: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies presents - Anton Lapov - East-Ukrainian Complex: Donbas Media Art, 1990-2020
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Cambridge Ukrainian Studies presents - Anton Lapov - East-Ukrainian Complex: Donbas Media Art, 1990-2020

Please join us! On 09th February 2021 at 18:00 (GMT) Cambridge Ukrainian Studies launches the 2021 Lent Term Webinar Series with guest speaker Anton Lapov, an artist musician, independent curator and museologist from Luhansk/Kyiv, Ukraine, who will speak about his own oeuvre and about media art produced in Eastern Ukraine...


Read more at: Radek Rochowiak wins first place in Olympiad in Russian as a foreign language.
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Radek Rochowiak wins first place in Olympiad in Russian as a foreign language.

Slavonic Studies would like to congratulate second year student Radek Rochowiak who entered and won first place in the Second International Russian as a Foreign language Online Olympiad (organised by St Petersburg University in collaboration with the Russian Ministry of Education). A great achievement! The Olympiad was...


Read more at: Imagine: Taras Shevchenko, the Serf Who Inspired a Nation
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Imagine: Taras Shevchenko, the Serf Who Inspired a Nation

Dr Rory Finnin of the Slavonic Studies Section invites us to engage in a thought experiment.


Read more at: Gender agreement in heritage languages: Agreement Puzzles in Monolingual Grammar and Beyond
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Gender agreement in heritage languages: Agreement Puzzles in Monolingual Grammar and Beyond

Professor Maria Polinsky will give a talk on her research on heritage Russian (“Heritage” language is a language learned at home, but without input from the social environment, as often occurs in situations with children of immigrants). The goal of this talk is twofold; Professor Polinsky will firstly present and analyse...


Read more at: The CUS Conversation Series: Conversation with Nina Jankowicz
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The CUS Conversation Series: Conversation with Nina Jankowicz

Join Cambridge Ukrainian Studies for an online conversation with Nina Jankowicz, who tackles Russian disinformation in her new book ‘How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News, and the Future of Conflict (2020). Please join the conversation on 24th November 2020 at 18:00 (GMT) Register in advance at: https://zoom...


Read more at: The CUS Conversation series: Conversation with Yurii Andrukhovych
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The CUS Conversation series: Conversation with Yurii Andrukhovych

The CUS Conversation-webinar series: Conversation with Yurii Andrukhovych, Ukraine's leading postmodern prose writer, poet & essayist. Yurii will discuss the creative process of being an author in the context of the constant endings and endless beginnings that mark contemporary life in Ukraine, Europe and the world. He...


Read more at: The CUS Conversation series: Conversation with Ambassadors Melinda Simmons and Vadym Prystaiko
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The CUS Conversation series: Conversation with Ambassadors Melinda Simmons and Vadym Prystaiko

On Wednesday 28 October 2020 (17:00 | GMT) you are cordially invited to join the Cambridge Ukrainian Studies conversation with Melinda Simmons, British Ambassador to Ukraine, and Vadym Prystaiko, Ambassador of Ukraine to the United Kingdom . The online conversation is free and open to the public. Registration is required...


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