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Department of Slavonic Studies


CamCREES Events


Events 2016-17

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In coordination with the Department of Slavonic Studies, CamCREES welcomes you to its 2016-17 public lecture series, which features selected talks on the phenomenon of samizdat. Open to the public, the series takes place on fortnightly Tuesdays at 5pm, beginning 11 October 2016. Coffee and tea are available from 4:45pm. 

Friday, 7 October 2016 / 5pm 
Latimer Room, Clare College

CamCREES Networking Party

An annual event connecting postgrads and postdocs working in Russian and East European Studies across the University of Cambridge

11 October / 5pm
Latimer Room, Clare College 

Marta Dyczok (Western University, Canada)

’The Evolution of Ukrainian Media since Independence’

20 October* / 5pm
Knox Shaw Room, Sidney Sussex College*

Daniel Beer (Royal Holloway)

‘House of the Dead: Siberian Exile under the Tsars’  

*Please note the date and venue

25 October / 5pm
Latimer Room, Clare College

Christian Ratffensperger (Wittenberg U)

‘Friends, Enemies, Kin: Constructing Kinship Webs and Situational Kinship Networks in Medieval Eastern Europe’

8 November / 5pm
Latimer Room, Clare College 

Josie von Zitzewitz (Cambridge)

‘Poetry Groups and Journals in 1970s Leningrad’

22 November / 5pm
Latimer Room, Clare College 

Friederike Kind-Kovacs (Universität Regensburg)

'Clandestine Radio Listening and State Surveillance’

24 January / 5pm
Latimer Room, Clare College

Jon Stone (Franklin and Marshall)

‘Decadence and the fin de siècle’

7 February / 5pm
Latimer Room, Clare College

Valentina Parisi (EURIAS)

‘The Function of the Author in Samizdat Text Production’

21 February / 5pm
Latimer Room, Clare College

Marco Sabbatini (University of Macerata)

‘Poetry’s Role in Leningrad Samizdat’

Past events

CamCREES events 2015-16

CamCREES events 2014-15.

CamCREES events 2013-14.

CamCREES events 2012-13.

CamCREES events 2011-12.