Harriman Magazine, Spring 2019

Tuesday, May 21, 2019

The issue opens with an essay by MARS-REERS student Daniel Petrick about the architectural historian behind MOMA's exhibit of Yugoslav modernism and ends with an excerpt from Harriman faculty member Keith Gessen's novel, A Terrible Country. In between Postdoctoral Research Scholar Markian Dobczansky revisits the Cold War from the perspective of competing Shevchenko monuments in D.C. and Moscow; Harriman alumna Ani Kokobobo offers strategies for reclaiming the Russian novel; Masha Udenisva-Brenner contributes a profile on alumna Heather Roberson and her work on Macedonia, illustrated with pages from her graphic novel Macedonia: What Does It Take to Stop a War?  The cover story presents a photo history of Vladimir Mayakovsky's visit to New York City in 1925, the subject of the exhibition mounted at the Harriman Institute by the Russian State Vladimir Mayakovsky Museum. Pick up a copy in our office or read the PDF.



Alexander Cooley