Please join us for an evening with Val Vinokur (Chair of Liberal Arts and Director of Literary Translation, The New School) who will introduce and read from his new book, Relative Genitive (Poets & Traitors Press, 2018).
Please join the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University for a round table discussion on Envisioning Ukrainian Literature 2019: Versions and Demarcations, Part I.
Please join us for a talk with Serbian born photographer and architect Slobodan Randjelović about his photobook Lives in Transition: LGBTQ Serbia (The New Press), with a discussion moderated by Professor Tanya Domi (SIPA, Harriman).
Please join us for a talk with Martin Marinos, postdoctoral research scholar at the Harriman Institute.
Please join us for a talk with journalist Joanna Lillis about her book Dark Shadows: Inside the Secret World of Kazakhstan (I.B. Tauris, 2018).
Please join us for a conference organized by the Andrew Gagarin Center for Civil Society and Human Rights of St. Petersburg State University, the Bard College Center for Civic Engagement, and the Harriman Institute at Columbia University.
Please join the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute, Columbia University for a presentation by Nazar Kozak (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine).
Please join the Harriman Institute, in collaboration with the East Central European Center, the Njegos Endowment for Serbian Language and Culture, and LeitmotivArts, for a conversation with Vladimir Pištalo, author of Sunce Ovog Dana: Pismo Andriću (The Sun of This Day: a letter to Ivo Andrić).
Please join us for a talk with Milan Antonijevic, Executive Director, Open Society Foundation Serbia.
Please join us for a lecture by Lilya Kaganovsky (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) as part of the Women and Resistance in Russia lecture series, convened by Professor Valentina Izmirlieva.
This event is supported by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York.
“Not text, but texture”
V. Nabokov, Pale Fire
Please join us for a conference held by the Harriman Institute's Program on U.S.-Russia Relations. This event is supported by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York. It is part of our Russian Studies & Policy event series.
Please note: the conference will be video-recorded for later posting on the Harriman Institute website.