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Nov 9 2016 | Slavic Review | Posted In: Students
Jason Cieply, PhD Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures, published in the Fall 2016 edition of the Slavic Review. Titled, “The Silent Side of Polyphony: On the Disappearances of ‘Silentium!’ from the Drafts of Dostoevskii and Bakhtin,” Cieply’s article explores Mikhail Bakhtin’s...
Nov 8 2016
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives at Stanford University recently acquired a collection of papers by Nobel Russian poet, Joseph Brodsky. The collection came from Diana Meyes, a friend and confidant of Brodsky, and includes photos, manuscripts, artwork and published and unpublished poems...
Nov 2 2016 | Government Security News | Posted In: Faculty
Former Secretary of Defense and Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute, William Perry will participate in a public dialogue entitled,"At the Nuclear Brink," with filmmaker Eric Schlosser. The discussion will open the Santa Fe Nuclear Weapons Summit, a three day event focused on educating...
Oct 27 2016 | Bernardinai.lt | Posted In: In the News
Former CREEES Visiting Scholar, Aurimas Svedas, Associate Professor at Vilnius University, recently discussed the research project he conducted at Stanford, “Red Knights: The KGB Between Myth and Reality,” in an interview with Lithuanian news site, Bernardinai.lt.  As a Fulbright scholar, Svedas...
Oct 18 2016 | The Washington Post | Posted In: Faculty
Anna Grzymala-Busse, newly appointed Professor of Political Science and Senior Fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, addressed the recent “Black Protest”  in Poland in which citizens took to the streets to protest what  Grzymala-Busse characterizes as a "draconian...

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