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Decoding the Periodical: A Workshop in Slavic, East European and Eurasian Periodical Studies at Princeton University!

Decoding the Periodical: A Workshop in Slavic, East European and Eurasian Periodical Studies

Princeton University,
Friday March 27, 2015

All events in 245 East Pyne 


11am-12:30pm / Panel 1: Seeing Readership

Yelizaveta Raykhlina (Georgetown University) - The Expanded Readership of Two Early 19th-century Russian Periodicals
Colleen Lucey (University of Wisconsin-Madison) -  The Portrayal of Prostitutes and Courtesans in Russian 19th-century Periodicals
Karla Huebner (Wright State University) - Gentleman: An Interwar Czech Consumer Magazine
Discussant / Jindřich Toman (University of Michigan)

1:30-2:30pm / Panel 2: Mediations of Russian Modernism

Jon Stone (Franklin & Marshall College) - Between Little Magazine and Thick Journal: Approaches to Russian Modernist Periodicals
Sarah Krive (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) - Periodic(al) Parody: Akhmatova’s Fate in the Post-Revolutionary Press
Discussant / Olga Peters Hasty (Princeton University)

2:45-4:15pm / Panel 3: Regional Circulation, Global Exchange

Meghan Forbes (University of Michigan) - ReD, Pásmo and Disk: The Interwar Czech Periodical as Platform for International Exchange
Ksenia Nouril (Rutgers University) - Production-Reproduction: Modernist Photography and its Circulation through the Lens of the Thomas Walther Collection
Alex Moshkin (University of Pennsylvania) - Israeli-Russian Periodicals 1995-2015: Networks, Aesthetics and Ideologies
Discussant / Katherine Hill Reischl (Princeton University)

4:30pm Keynote Lecture: 

Nicholas Sawicki (Lehigh University)
Avant-Garde Fissures in the Modern Czech Art Press: Traces in the Printed and the Digital

For a detailed schedule & more information, see: http://seeeps.princeton.edu

The event is sponsored by the following departments and centers at Princeton: the Center for Digital Humanities, the Library, the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, the Program in Russian and Eurasian Studies, and Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities (IHUM).

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