Film Screening & Discussion. A Gentle Creature

501 Schermerhorn Hall

The Russian Film Club at the Harriman Institute presents a screening of A Gentle Creature (2017, dir. Sergei Loznitsa), followed by a discussion with Mark Lipovetsky (Slavic Department) and Daria Ezerova (Harriman Institute). This event is part of our Contemporary Culture Series.

Anatoly Zverev: Selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation

Harriman Institute Atrium 12th floor International Affairs Building, 420 W 118th St, New York

Anatoly Zverev (1931–1986) was a legend in the Moscow art circles of the second half of the 20th century. His life and work became an original illustration of the myth of the vagabond – “a genius capable of creating a masterpiece with a sweep of the hand … ” This exhibition features Zverev's artworks from the late 1950s to the mid-1980s, courtesy of the Kolodzei Art Foundation.

Book Talk. The Muslim Resolutions: Bosniak Responses to World War II Atrocities in Bosnia and Herzegovina

Online

Please join us for a talk with Hikmet Karčić, genocide scholar and editor of The Muslim Resolutions: Bosniak Responses to World War II Atrocities in Bosnia and Herzegovina (Center for Islam in the Comptemporary World, June 2021). Moderated by Tanya Domi (SIPA/Harriman Institute) with Laura B. Cohen (Kupferberg Holocaust Center) as discussant.

Culture Wars in Tomorrow’s Russia

Hybrid Event (see Location Note)

Please join us for a lecture by Russian writer, poet, and journalist Dmitrii Bykov, moderated by Mark Lipovetsky (Harriman Institute). This event is part of our Contemporary Culture Series.

Film Screening & Discussion. Closeness

501 Schermerhorn Hall

The Russian Film Club presents a screening of Closeness (2017, dir. Kantemir Balagov), followed by a discussion with Mark Lipovetsky (Slavic Department) and Daria Ezerova (Harriman Institute). This event is part of our Contemporary Culture Series.

Digital Selves: Embodiment and Subjectivity in New Media Cultures in Eastern Europe and Eurasia

Online

Join us to celebrate the launch of a special issue of the journal Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media. This issue considers the role of the physical and sensory body in relation to social identities and minority advocacy in regional digital culture. Engaging conversations in disability studies, queer studies, and feminist studies, the articles in the issue consider gender, disability, and LGBTQ identity as both embodied and online.

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