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  • Congratulations to EEER Faculty on their Promotions!

    On June 7th, 2024, two members of EEER faculty received promotions. Lynn Patyk was promoted to full professor and Stuart Finkel to associate professor with tenure. The promotions take effect July First. Congratulations to both of you!

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  • Pray Modern Language Prize in Russian

    The Pray Modern Language Prize in Russian was awarded to graduating senior Lintaro P. Donovan at the East European, Eurasian and Russian Studies year end celebration on June 7th 2024. Congradulations on all your hard work!

    Lintaro Donovan accepting Pray Prize
  • The Crossroad: A Documentary Play in Five Scenes

    The students of Russian 71 (Spring'24) premiered a documentary play "The Crossroad" (Перекресток) written and assembled from interviews with the participants and transcripts from the trial of Alexandra (Sasha) Skochilenko – a 33-year-old Petersburg artist and musician who was imprisoned for her performance activism against Russia's war in Ukraine. The play was written, cast, and designed by the students of Russian 71.

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  • EEER Senior Theses Presentations

    On May 22nd the Department of East European, Eurasian and Russian Studies and the Dartmouth community gathered in person and via Zoom to hear the s

    Cassandra Caballero '24 giving senior thesis presentation
  • Lecture: "Russian Society Under Putin at War: A View from Inside"

    May 8th 2024 guest speaker Ivan Kurilla will give a lecture entitled " Russian Society under Putin at War: A View from Inside," Ivan Kurilla is a Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Humanities, Wellesley College, and former Professor of History and International Relations, European University of St. Petersburg.

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  • Six Dartmouth students attend Russian spoken language competition

    "On April 7, six Dartmouth students competed in person and online at the New England Olympiada of Spoken Russian at Harvard University, a one-day event for students to demonstrate their Russian-speaking abilities." -Rachel Kim, The Dartmouth April 25th 2024

    Students of Russian Accepting Certificates for Contest Participation at Hanover Inn
  • "32-33: Holodomor" Multimedia Installation

    "32-33: Holodomor" is a multi-media installation delving into the emotional and historical context of surviving the Stalin-orchestrated famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet Ukraine. Transposing the testimonials of the survivors into film, photos, and material artifacts, the project unlocks this historical event by immersing the audience in its emotional landscape. Opening reception April 15th 5:30 pm Sudikoff Hall. Exhibition runs April 16-April21st.

    Vintage photograph of Holodomor
  • Eurodonbas Film Screening with producer Anna Palenchuk

    Eurodonbas Film Screening with Guest Producer and Writer Anna Palenchuck, who will be doing an in person question and answer Following the film. The investigative documentary Eurodonbas aims to debunk Soviet myths and bring to light that more than 100 years ago, Donbas was an integral part of the European economy. April 16th 5pm. Loew Auditorium.

    Eurodonbas Film Screening April 16 2024
  • Russian Apprentice Teacher Workshops Spring 2024

    GENERAL ORIENTAION for all new prospective Apprentice teachers is at 3:30 on Monday, March 25 in Blunt alumni center, Room 203. It is mandatory for all new prospective AT's! RUSSIAN TRY-OUTS are on March 25th and 26th at 4:30-5:30pm in Reed 105 for all new and returning AT's.

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