Apr 16, 2011 ... Maggie Levantovskaya (UC San Diego) / Dina Rubina's Locals and
Cosmopolitans. Naomi Caffee (UCLA) / Russophonia: The Case for a New ...
2011 California Slavic Colloquium Saturday, April 16, 2011 Hosted by Stanford University Location: All panels will be held in Levinthal Hall at the Stanford Humanities Center (424 Santa Teresa St. / Stanford, CA 94305; for directions: http://shc.stanford.edu/contact-us; for maps of Stanford campus: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/ (searchable) or http://transportation.stanford.edu/pdf/parking-map.pdf (more detailed); ample free parking on weekends is available right next to the Center) [PRELIMINARY PROGRAM] Panel I: New Ways of Viewing the World: Perception, Cognition, and Experience 9:00 – 10:30 am Ilja Gruen (Stanford) / Rilke’s Words, Husserl’s Looks, Heidegger’s Terms: How Pasternak Learned to See the World Cammeron Girvin (UC Berkeley) / Creating “Naturalness”: Nested Spaces in Gospodinov’s Natural Novel Scott Bartling (Stanford) / Vladimir Arseniev and Dersu Uzala: Cultural Dialogue in the Russian Far East Panel II: Mediation of Borrowed Paradigms 10:30 – 12:30 pm Shota Papava (UC Berkeley) / Mediation of Excess as the Function of Karamzin’s Narrative Voice in Bednaia Liza D. Brian Kim (Stanford) / The Play of Language and the Language of the Play: Krylov’s Urok dochkam Natalia Dame (USC) / Sterile Encounters in Pushkin’s Evgenii Onegin Josefina Lundblad (UC Berkeley) / Telling Tales, Singing Songs, and More Folklore from Prison: “Akul’kin muzh” in Dostoevsky’s Zapiski iz mertvogo doma LUNCH – 12:30 – 2:00 pm Panel III: Modernism and Navigating Dominant Discourses 2:00 – 3:30 pm
Yuliya Ladygina (UC San Diego) / Feminist Despite Kobrynska: Olha Kobylianska's Particular Version of Feminism Jason Cieply (Stanford) / Staging the End of History: Mayakovsky and Kharms Milda Zilinskaite (UC San Diego) / 9490 dni w Polsce…8395 dias en Argentina: Searching for Parallels between Eastern European and Latin American Modernities in the Life and Works of Witold Gombrowicz Panel IV: Centers and Peripheries: Contemporary Trends and Manifestations 3:30 – 5:00 pm Sasha Razor (UCLA) / The Use of Music in 2010 Belarusian Presidential Elections Maggie Levantovskaya (UC San Diego) / Dina Rubina’s Locals and Cosmopolitans Naomi Caffee (UCLA) / Russophonia: The Case for a New Category in Slavic Studies RECEPTION to follow (Location TBD)