Opening Remarks - 1:45-2:00 p.m.
Panel I - 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Hana Connelly, Harvard College, Kidnap in the Caucasus: Rethinking Russian Imperialism in the 19th Century
Taylor Gunderson, Wellesley College, The Politics and Memory of the Katyn Massacre
Juliette Cremel, Harvard College, The Impact of Maidan, the Annexation of Crimea and the War on National Identity and Language Use in Ukraine
Chair: Lauren Kaminsky, Director of Studies, History & Literature, Harvard University; Faculty Associate, Davis Center
Panel II - 3:15-4:15 p.m.
Sebastian Quijano, Wheaton College, A Four Hundred Pound Bear On His Bed: An Examination of Russian Cyberterrorism and the Hack of the Democratic National Committee
John Segal, Wheaton College, Tashkent & The Great Game: Imperialism, Economics, and Cultural Conflict
Ian Patrick Curran, Wheaton College, Environmental policy of the Russian Federation
Chair: Nina Tumarkin, Kathryn Wasserman Davis Professor of Slavic Studies, Professor of History and Director of Russian Area Studies, Wellesley College; Center Associate, Davis Center
Panel III - 4:30-5:30 p.m.
Emma Santelmann, Harvard College, I'm not the people?": The Fate of the Cross-cultural Self in Soviet Village Prose and Indigenous Literatures of Siberia and the Far East
Ashley Michele Donovan, Wheaton College, Summer 2016 Internship at The Museum of Russian Icons
Andrew Troska, Harvard College, Верю: несовместны гений и смерть. On Making A Singing Translation of Leonid Desyatnikov and Vladimir Sorokin's Дети Розенталя
Chair: Francoise Rosset, Associate Professor of Russian and Chair of the Russian Department, Wheaton College
Photo: Amie Garcia, “Bees,” Kraków, Poland.
Sponsored by the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies.