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Conference. Archaists & Innovators Read Shklovsky’s Bowstring

The fourth annual workshop of the Formalist Re-reading Group convened on September 23-24, 2022 to discuss Victor Shklovsky’s Bowstring. This event was organized by Mark Lipovetsky (Columbia University), Sergei Oushakine (Princeton University) and the Harriman Institute.

 

Program

 

Day One: Friday, September 23

Presentation I

Julia Vaingurt: Granny’s Toque: Old Age Style, Shklovsky’s Retrofuturism, and the Contemporaneity of the Obsolete

 

Presentation II

Emily Van Buskirk: Grandma’s Red Hat: Memoir and Theory in Shklovsky’s Tetiva

 

Presentation III

Ilya Kalinin: Ландшафты Прошедшего Времени: Закон Обратной Перспективы

 

Presentation IV

Bradley Gorski: Who Pulls the Bowstring? Attention and Postfiction

 

Presentation V

Lidia Tripiccione: How to be an Author: Tetiva and the Technologies of Reading

 

Presentation VI

Lilya Kaganovsky: “Filmed as though in Slow Motion and Examined Through the Magnifying Glass of Time”: Shklovsky Between Past, Present, and Future

 

Event Video (Day One)

 

Day Two: Saturday, September 24

Presentation I

Michael Kunichika: Morphologies of Muteness: Shklovsky and the Unspeakable

 

Presentation II

Kirill Ospovat: Compassion and (Social) Form: Narrative Silence and the Voice of the Subaltern

 

Presentation III

Ilya Kukulin: Morphologization and Psychologization in a Secret Circuit: Late Viktor Shklovsky and E.H. Combrich

 

Presentation IV

Jessica Merrill: Major Verein or Captain Hatteras? Shklovsky on Perception, Repetition, and Literary Form in Bowstring

 

Presentation V

Oksana Bulgakova: Как Вернуть Мяч в Игру, или Антониони (не) по Шкловскому

 

Presentation VI

Zdenko Mandusic: Reinvented Forms: Viewing Thaw Cinema through Shklovsky’s Bowstring

 

Event Video (Day Two)

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