2ND ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON CENTRAL ASIAN LANGUAGES AND LINGUISTICS
October 7-9, 2016
School of Global and International Studies
April 15, 2016
IMU Dogwood Room
The successor to REEI’s annual Roundtable on Postcommunism, “China, Russia, and the World” is a series of annual symposia that focus on the engagement (economic, cultural, political) of China and Russia with particular regions of the world. This year’s symposium will address Chinese and Russian involvements with the European Union, exploring the consequences of these involvements for the EU and tracing the motivations that have shaped the nature of Russian-EU and Chinese-EU relations from the Cold War into the present.
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April 24, 2015
IMU Oak Room
The successor to REEI’s annual Roundtable on Postcommunism, “China, Russia, and the World” is a series of annual symposia that focus on the engagement (economic, cultural, political) of China and Russia with particular regions of the world. The inaugural symposium, “Focus on Africa” will address Chinese and Russian involvements with Africa, exploring the consequences of these involvements for the continent and its peoples and tracing the motivations that have shaped the nature of Russian-African and Chinese-African relations from the Cold War into the present.
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November 19-22, 2015
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
Thursday, November 19
Suffering and Loss in Russian Literature (panel)
• Brian Oches, "Oblomov's Prolonged Suicide"
Frankin Hall A Room 3
Oral History, Ethnography, Narrative: Researching the Personal and the Political in Post-Socialist Societies (roundtable)
• Sebastian Schulman, Roundtable Organizer and Participant
Frankin Hall A Room 4
Exit, Voice & Loyalty in Post-Soviet Russia: Facts and Narratives about Protest and Participation
• Regina Smyth, "The Protest Legacy: Activists’ Political Engagement after the 'For Free Elections' Movement"
Grand Ballroom Salon L
Dialects and Minority Languages of Eastern Europe: At Home and Abroad (panel)
• Miriam Shrager, "Susak Dialect in New Jersey: Maintenance and Shift"
Conference Suite 1
Visual Culture in Late Socialism (panel)
• Marina Antic, Discussant
Meeting Room 401
Friday, November 20
Ivan Turgenev: Fiction in the Age of Disintegration(panel)
• Nina M. Perlina, Chair and Discussant
Meeting Room 404
Queer Nations, National Queers: LGBTQ Representations and the Nation in Eastern Europe (roundtable)
• Joanna Nizynska, Chair
Meeting Room 415
Identifying the Enemy: Secret Policing and Censorship in a Frontline Soviet Republic (panel)
• Padraic Kenney, Chair
Grand Ballroom Salon H
Indiana University Alumni Reception
• Emily Liverman, Organizer
Grand Ballroom Salon D
Saturday, November 21
Vying for Control: The Politics of Ethnic and National Identity
• Mark Moll, "Uncovering the Dynamics of Multiethnic Student Radicalism at Tartu University"
Meeting Room 412
Sunday, November 22
Using Authentic Materials in Teaching and Testing Russian (panel)
• Veronika Trotter, "Authentic Text into Authentic Test? The C-test as a Tool for Assessment of Russian Language Proficiency"
Meeting Room 302
Against Liberal Hegemony: Towards a Critical State of the Field of Slavic Studies (roundtable)
• Marina Antic, Roundtable Member
Meeting Room 307
Slavic Information Literacy in the Library and in the Classroom (panel)
• Ariann Stern-Gottschalk, Organizer
• Ariann Stern-Gottschalk, "Collaborating with the Librarian: Integrating Information Literacy in the Classroom"
• Wookjin Cheun, "An Embedded Area Studies Librarian Goes to a Russian Poetry Class"
Meeting Room 404