Veranstaltungen | Events - Part 78

posted by PP on 2006/03/05 15:31

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The Russian, East European and Eurasian Center (REEC) of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign organises the international Conference on Post-Communist Nostalgia on April 7-8, 2006.
Yet the Program is available as well as the abstracts and the bios of the participants.

Opening Address: "From Utopia to Propaganda and Back" by Maria Todorova (History, University of Illinois)

Documentary Film Screening: "Bastards of Utopia"
(2006, 64 minutes - rough cut; Directors: Pacho Velez and Maple Razsa)

Other Presenters:

  • Laura Adams (Princeton University)
  • Daphne Berdahl (University of Minnesota)
  • Dominic Boyer (Cornell University)
  • Donna Buchanan (University of Illinois)
  • Cynthia Buckley (University of Texas)
  • Fedja Buric (University of Illinois)
    Victoria Clement (University of Illinois)
  • Gerald Creed (CUNY)
  • Diana Georgescu (University of Illinois)
  • Bruce Grant (New York University)
  • Lilya Kaganovsky (University of Illinois)
  • Harriet Murav (University of Illinois)
  • Tanja Petrovic (Slovenian Academy of Sciences)
  • Tim Pilbrow (University of Illinois)
    Anke Pinkert (University of Illinois)
  • Oana Popescu-Sandu (University of Illinois)
  • Maple Razsa (Harvard University)
  • Cristofer Scarboro (University of Illinois)
  • Anna Szemere (Washington State University)
  • Alexei Yurchak (University of California, Berkeley)

Related Events:

  • Thursday, 6 April
    CAS/MillerComm Lecture: "The Spider Trap: Corruption, Organized Crime and Transition in the Balkans and Russia" by Misha Glenny (Award-winning journalist and author of "The Balkans, 1804-1999"); 7:30pm, Third Floor, Levis Faculty Center
  • Saturday, 8 April
    Balkanalia (UI Balkan Ensemble) Spring Concert
    8:00 pm, Smith Recital Hall,
    805 S. Matthews St, Urbana


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