October 23, 2014

SPRING 2013 CALENDAR

Tuesday, 3/19/13, 5:00-6:30pm, Monroe 124

Michael Gorham, Associate Professor of Russian, University of Florida

Language, Culture, and Politics in New Russian Media

(Organized and co-sponsored by the Slavic Department)

Saturday, 3/23/13, 8:30am-6:00pm, Nau 101

Mass Violence, Justice, and Memory: The Katyń Massacres of 1940 in History, Memory, Education, and Law

Nikita Petrov, Deputy Director, Memorial Society (Russia)

Izabella Sariusz-Skąpska, President, Federation of Katyń Families (Poland)

Ireneusz Kamiński, Professor of Law, Jagiellonian University (Poland)

Sławomir Frątczak, Director, Katyń Museum (Poland)

Łukasz Michalski, Deputy Director of Public Education, Institute of National Remembrance (Poland)

(Made possible by the UVa Polish Lecture Series, which was generously endowed by the Rosenstiel Foundation in consultation with the American Institute of Polish Culture. Co-sponsored by the Center for International Studies; the Page-Barbour Initiatives on Forced Migration and International Criminal Justicethe Institute for Global Humanities and Cultures; and the Departments of History, Slavic, and Sociology)

Tuesday, 3/26/13, 5:00-6:30pm, Maury 115

Melissa Frazier, Margot C. Bogert Distinguished Service Chair, Professor of Russian, Sarah Lawrence College

Romantic Intersubjectivity, the Literary Marketplace, and Senkovsky’s “Library for Reading

 (Organized and co-sponsored by the Slavic Department)

Thursday, 3/28/13, 7:00-9:00pm, Nau 101

CAREER SYMPOSIUM

Preparing for the World of Work: Russia, East Europe, the Caucasus, and Central Asia

Ted Jonas, Managing Partner, DLA Piper (Tblisi, Republic of Georgia)

Dr. Chris Mizelle, Director for Russia, National Security Council (2011-12); Deputy NIO for Russia/Eurasia, DNI (2009-11)

Margo Squire, Director, Office of Strategic Communications & Outreach, Int’l. Security & Nonproliferation Bureau, U.S. State Dept.

Ed Verona, President & CEO, U.S.-Russia Business Council

Ambassador Ross Wilson, Director, Patriciu Eurasia Center at the Atlantic Council

(Made possible by a generous grant from the Jefferson Trust Foundation)

Sunday, 3/31/13, 5:00-7:30pm, Newcomb Hall Ballroom

An Evening of Russian Music with Zolotoy Plyos

(Organized and co-sponsored by the McIntire Department of Music)

 Thursday, 4/4/13,  4:00-6:00pm, Watson Manor (3 University Circle)

Dr. Leonidas Donskis, Member of the European Parliament from Lithuania

Modernity and Evil

(Organized by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, and co-sponsored by the Slavic Department)

Saturday, 4/6/13, 9:00am-5:00pm, Jefferson Scholars Foundation (112 Clarke Court)

UVa Slavic Forum: The Power of Language, the Language of Power

 (Organized and co-sponsored by Obrazovanshchina and the Slavic Department)

Thursday, 4/11/13, 4:00-6:00pm, Clark 107

Writing History in International Criminal Trials

Richard A. Wilson, Gladstein Chair of Human Rights, University of Connecticut

(Co-sponsored by the Page-Barbour Initiatives on Forced Migration and International Criminal Justice,

the UVa Law School Human Rights Program, and Departments of Anthropology and History)

 Friday, 4/12/13, 11:30am-12:50pm, UVa Law School, Room WB104

The Crime of Incitement and the Role of Propaganda and the Media in International Criminal Tribunal Judgments

Richard A. Wilson, Gladstein Chair of Human Rights, University of Connecticut

(Co-sponsored by the Page-Barbour Initiatives on Forced Migration and International Criminal Justice,

the UVa Law School Human Rights Program, and the Departments of Anthropology and History)

Thursday, 4/18/13, 7:00-9:00pm, Nau 101

ROUNDTABLE:  Understanding the U.S. Relationship with Eurasia

Allen C. Lynch, Professor of Politics, University of Virginia (Moderator)

Richard Miles, U.S. Ambassador to Azerbaijan (1992-93), Bulgaria (1999-2002), and Georgia (2002-05)

Chris Mizelle, Director for Russia, National Security Council (2011-12)

Eugene Rumer, National Information Officer for Russia/Eurasia, DNI

Lynne Tracy, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Central Asia, U.S. State Department

(Made possible by a generous grant from the Jefferson Trust Foundation)

Thursday, 4/25/13, 8:00-10:00pm Old Cabell Hall

CONCERT: UVa Klezmer Ensemble

Special guests: Joshua Horowitz and Cookie Segelstein of Veretski Pass and Budowitz

(Organized and co-sponsored by the Music Department)

For questions about CREEES-organized events, contact MAM7CD@virginia.edu. For questions about Slavic Department events, contact DH9A@virginia.edu. For questions about Music Department events, contact JER2N@virginia.edu.

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