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A collection of digitized slides from the 1950's-70's - these include photos from Moscow, Saint Petersburg (Leningrad), Kazan, Kiev, Erevan, and other cities.

All the images can be found HERE

Please contact Valeria Provotorova (vp5bf@virginia.edu) with questions.

 

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“The Resurgence of Jewish Life and Culture in Poland”

UVA Klezmer Ensemble Concert under the direction of Joel Rubin, with special guest the Strauss/Warschauer Duo

Gender and Medicine in Premodern Russia: Folk Healers, Faith Healers, and the First Woman Doctor

Book Talk: The Hungry Steppe: Famine, Violence, and the Making of Soviet Kazakhstan

Dostoevsky: For and Against the Self

Internal Frontiers: Citizen Denunciations and the Construction of Belonging in the Polish Second Republic, 1918-1923.

Movie Screening: “Cold War,” dir. Paweł Pawlikowski (Poland, 2018)

Memory of the Minsk Ghetto: The Evolution of Intergenerational Holocaust Narratives

Finding the Medical Subject (On the Example of Lenin)

Perspectives on the U.S. and Europe: Ambassadors of the Visegrad Group

Keynote Address: “Queer Plots Against Russia, or Tolerance as a Social Disease

University of Virginia Slavic Forum: “On the Edge”: An Interdisciplinary Forum on Innovation, Modernity, and Trends

The Prussian Origins of Polish Socialism: The Upper Silesia Tower and the Poznań International Fair, 1911-1959

Russian Orthodox Revival: Restitution of Church Property and Heritage Discourse

Polish Politics on the World Stage

Klezmer Workshop “Zingendik! Tantsndik! Shpilndik!” (Sing! Dance! Play!)

Living by the ‘Code’: Gangs of Russia

Homosexuality and the State in Cold War Germany

Fall 2018 Slavic Department newsletter available now

Content

Click HERE to view

newsletter thumbnail image

Recent Posts

Spring 2019 Events

View

“The Resurgence of Jewish Life and Culture in Poland”

UVA Klezmer Ensemble Concert under the direction of Joel Rubin, with special guest the Strauss/Warschauer Duo

Gender and Medicine in Premodern Russia: Folk Healers, Faith Healers, and the First Woman Doctor

Book Talk: The Hungry Steppe: Famine, Violence, and the Making of Soviet Kazakhstan

Dostoevsky: For and Against the Self

Internal Frontiers: Citizen Denunciations and the Construction of Belonging in the Polish Second Republic, 1918-1923.

Movie Screening: “Cold War,” dir. Paweł Pawlikowski (Poland, 2018)

Memory of the Minsk Ghetto: The Evolution of Intergenerational Holocaust Narratives

Finding the Medical Subject (On the Example of Lenin)

Perspectives on the U.S. and Europe: Ambassadors of the Visegrad Group

Keynote Address: “Queer Plots Against Russia, or Tolerance as a Social Disease

University of Virginia Slavic Forum: “On the Edge”: An Interdisciplinary Forum on Innovation, Modernity, and Trends

The Prussian Origins of Polish Socialism: The Upper Silesia Tower and the Poznań International Fair, 1911-1959

Russian Orthodox Revival: Restitution of Church Property and Heritage Discourse

Polish Politics on the World Stage

Klezmer Workshop “Zingendik! Tantsndik! Shpilndik!” (Sing! Dance! Play!)

Living by the ‘Code’: Gangs of Russia

Homosexuality and the State in Cold War Germany

Hammond Slides

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A collection of digitized slides from the 1950's-70's - these include photos from Moscow, Saint Petersburg (Leningrad), Kazan, Kiev, Erevan, and other cities.

All the images can be found HERE

Please contact Valeria Provotorova (vp5bf@virginia.edu) with questions.