“Hot and Cold War in the Architecture of Soviet Exhibition Pavilions”
"Dystopian/Apocalyptic Contemporary Russian Fiction: Liberal America as a Model for Dystopia."
The Departments of Comparative Literature, International Relations, and Slavic are honored to present Polish film director Ryszard Bugajski who will discuss his debut film "The Interrogation" and its history which includes being banned in Poland between 1982-1990. He wil also answer questions about his recent release "Closed Circuit".
The screening begins at 4PM and the conversation at 6.30.
*The screening is only open to USC employees and students
Read about the event in Dornsife Magazine: http://dornsife.usc.edu/news/stories/1518/filmmaker-and-rebel/
An interdisciplinary round table about current events in Russia.
Read about the event in Dornsife Magazine:http://dornsife.usc.edu/news/stories/1529/whats-up-with-russia/
USC Provostial Postdoctoral Fellow Alison Annunziata will present on the topic:
"Love and the Literary System: Three Julies
(Shklovsky's Zoo, Rousseau's Julie, and Karamzin's Iulia , or Formalism as Sentimentalism)"
The event will take place in the Slavic Department Conference Room October 4, at 2 p.m.
"The Queen is Dead, Long Live the King: Paul's Accession and the Plasticity of Late Eighteenth-Century Panegyric."
on Friday, April 19, at 2:00 pm in Taper Hall 271.
If you wish to receive a reading packet for Prof. Golburt's talk, pleasecontact Prof. Marcus Levitt at email@example.com.