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Preliminary Program

AATSEEL 2001

New Orleans


NON-PANEL EVENTS

December 27

2:00 - 5:00 pm: Executive Council Meeting
3:00 - 9:00 pm: Exhibitor Set-Up (Exhibitors Only)
4:00 - 8:00 pm: Conference Registration
5:00 - 7:00 pm: Program Committee Meeting

December 28

7:30 am - 7:00 pm: Conference Registration
8:00 - 10:00 am: SEEJ Board Meeting
9:00 am - 4:30 pm: Exhibits Open
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm: Luther College Balalaika Ensemble Concert
5:00 - 7:00 pm: ACTR Board Meetings
7:00 - 9:00 pm: Middlebury Reception
9:00 - 11:00 pm: AATSEEL President's Reception and Awards Recognitions, with entertainment by the Luther College Balalaika Ensemble (Laurie Iudin-Nelson, Director)

December 29

7:30 am - 7:00pm: Conference Registration
8:00 am - 10:00 am: Slava/Olympiada Breakfast for Pre-College Teachers of Russian
9:00 am - 4:30 pm: Exhibits Open
10:00 am - 12:00 pm: Advisory Board, ACTR/College Board High School-to-College Articulation Project
10:15 - 10:45 am: AATSEEL Business Meeting and General Session
10:45 am - 12:00 pm: Vision 20/20
5:15 - 6:30 pm: ACTR General Membership Meeting

December 30

7:00 - 10:00 am: Executive Council Meeting
9:00 am - 1:00 pm: Exhibits Open
10:15 am - 12:15 pm: Program Committee Meeting
11:30 am - 12:30 pm Silent Book Auction (final bids). Materials pickup/claim deadline: 12:30 pm

PANELS

December 28, 8:00 - 10:00 am

Panel 28A-1: Literature and Music
Chair: Philip Ross Bullock, Oxford University
Equipment: computer projector, CD/cassette player

Paper: Art and Music in Nestor Kukol'nik's Fiction and Criticism
Author: Christine Rydel, Grand Valley State University

Paper: The Art of Interpretation: Music as a Reading Model in Chexov's "Holy Night" and "Rothschild's Fiddle"
Author: Martha Kelly, Stanford University

Paper: Stravinskij's Chansons Russes: An Interaction of Music and Poetry
Author: Marina Lupishko, University of Toronto

Paper: Vertinskij and the Bards: an Exploration of Musical Influence
Author: J. Martin Daughtry, University of California, Los Angeles

Panel 28A-2: City as Cultural Context in Russian Literature
Chair: Alice Harris, College of William and Mary
Equipment: slide projector

Paper: Schizophrenia and St. Petersburg's Refractive, Polyphonic Narratives (on Urban Form in the Modern Novel: Concentric M, Eccentric Madness)
Author: Sharon Lubkemann Allen, Princeton University

Paper: Moscow Under a Microscope: Boris Pil'njak's Dialogue With Andrej Belyj in Ivan Moscow
Author: Clint B. Walker, College of William and Mary

Paper: Axmatova's "Venecija" (1912) and the Venetian Veduta
Author: Kelly Miller, University of Michigan

Panel 28A-3: Dostoevskij: Influences and Affinities
Chair: Ludmilla Voitkovska, University of Saskatchewan

Paper: Nikolaj Karamzin's Influence on Dostoevskij's Winter Notes on Summer Impressions (Zimnie zametki o letnix vpechatlenijax)
Author: Charles Arndt, Brown University

Paper: Rousseauian Visions in Dostoevskij's "Dream of a Ridiculous Man"
Author: Hilary Fink, Yale University

Panel 28A-4: Women, Writing, and Power
Chair: Hilde Hoogenboom, Stetson University

Paper: Unveiling Authority: Cloistered Solutions to the Anxiety of Authorship
Author: Kathleen Dillon, University of California, Davis

Paper: Dashkova's Memoirs and the Mystery of the Brooke Manuscript
Author: Kelly Herold, Grinnell College

Paper: Life Story, Narrative Voice, and Community in Nadezhda Durova's "Igra sud'by" and Evgenija Tur's "Antonina": Subversive Strategies in Women's Prose Fiction under Nicholas I
Author: Sonja Kerby, University of California, Berkeley

Paper: Eroticism and Sexuality in Ivo Andric's Works
Author: Nancy Eyl, Indiana University

Panel 28A-5: Ukrainian Literature Outside Ukraine
Chair: Vitaly Chernetsky, Columbia University
Equipment: overhead projector

Paper: The Name of the Brother: Community Structures in Gogol''s Ukrainian Tales
Author: Angelina Ilieva, Northwestern University

Paper: Vera Lysenko's Yellow Boots: A Reassessment
Author: Natalia Aponiuk, University of Manitoba

Paper: Post-Soviet Reality as Interpreted by Contemporary Ukrainian Visual Poets
Author: Tatiana Nazarenko, University of Manitoba

Panel 28A-6: Forum: Teaching Materials for Czech (North American Association of Teachers of Czech)
Chair: Neil Bermel, University of Sheffield
Equipment: computer projector, overhead projector, VCR
Panelist: Masako Ueda Fidler, Brown University
Panelist: Laura Janda, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Panelist: Ilona Koranova, University of California, Los Angeles
Panelist: Jitka Kramarova, Charles University, Prague

Panel 28A-7: Film, Culture, and Models of Language Instruction
Chair: Marc Robinson, St. Olaf College
Equipment: VCR

Paper: The "Bremenskie Muzykanty" Project: A Comprehensive Approach to Using Performing Arts in the Language Class
Author: Raissa Krivitsky, Vestal High School

Paper: Film in Language and Russian Studies Courses
Author: Irina Walter, St. Olaf College

Paper: Russian TV Broadcasts as the Means of Developing Aural Comprehension Skills in Advanced Russian
Author: Yelaina Kripkov, University of Oregon

Discussant: Alla Akishina, Rutgers University

Panel 28A-8: The Russian Verb
Chair: Oscar Swan, University of Pittsburgh

Paper: Semantic and Syntactic Affects of the Verbal prefix -ot in Modern Russian: Focus on Finitives
Author: Joan Chevalier, Brandeis University

Paper: O mikrostrukture proektiruemogo slovarja glagol'nyx modifikacij russkogo jazyka
Author: Irina Ivliyeva, University of Missouri-Rolla


December 28, 10:15 am - 12:15 pm

Panel 28B-1: Roundtable: Teaching and Translating Women Writers
Chair: Mary Zirin, Independent Scholar
Panelist: Nellie Belin, University of Akron
Panelist: Amanda Ewington, Brandeis University
Panelist: Sibelan Forrester, Swarthmore College
Panelist: Charlotte Rosenthal, University of Southern Maine

Panel 28B-2: The Efficacious Sign in Old Rus' Writings
Chair: Robert Romanchuk, Florida State University

Paper: Toward the Definition of Ruthenian as a Written Language of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania
Author: Julia Verkholantsev, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: Representations of Heaven and Hell in Early East Slavic Literature
Author: Michael Pesenson, Bowdoin College

Paper: Baptismal Names in the Povest' vremennyx let
Author: Francis Butler, Northern Illinois University

Paper: The Philosopher's Speech and the Working of Providence in the Povest' vremennyx let
Author: David K. Prestel, Michigan State University

Panel 28B-3: The Literary and the Visual: Interdisciplinary Approaches
Chair: Nikita Nankov, Indiana University
Equipment: 2 slide projectors, computer projector

Paper: Aleksej Remizov's Threshold Art
Author: Julia Friedman, Brown University

Paper: Back to Carmen figuratum or forward to Concrete Poetry? Velimir Xlebnikov's Pushkin Portrait
Author: Andrea Hacker, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: Simultaneity or Stasis? Vasilij Kamenskij's "Ferroconcrete Poems"
Author: Timothy C. Harte, Harvard University

Paper: Seducing the Soviet Spectator: Dejneka's Communities of Women and the Horizons of Socialist Realism
Author: Anne Eakin Moss, Stanford University

Panel 28B-4: Literature and Philosophy in Twentieth-Century Russia
Chair: Karen Evans-Romaine, Ohio University (coordinator)

Paper: Dharma, Drama, Rasa, and the Rose of the World
Author: Alexei Bogdanov, University of Colorado

Paper: Shestov's Poetical Philosophy
Author: David B. Polet, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Paper: Daniil Xarms's Philosophical Discourse and its Classical Prototypes
Author: Jamilya Nazyrova, University of Southern California

Paper: Anxiety of Influence and the Spontaneity and Consciousness Dialectic in the Works of Andrej Bitov
Author: Yuliya Minkova, University of Southern California

Panel 28B-5: Tolstoj: Self, Other, and Fiction (North American Tolstoj Society)
Chair: Michael Denner, Stetson University

Paper: Tolstoj's Midlife Crisis in Life and Art
Author: James L. Rice, University of Oregon

Paper: "Infected Families": Belonging, Estrangement, and the Fiction of Lev Tolstoj
Author: Anne Hruska, University of Missouri

Paper: Tolstoj and the Authenticity of the Other
Author: Inessa Medzhibovskaya, Princeton University

Paper: Eastern Fable as Hero Tale in Tolstoj's "Confession"
Author: Natalie Smith, University of Texas, Austin

Discussant: Donna Orwin, University of Toronto

Panel 28B-6: Technology and Language Teaching
Chair: Howard H. Keller, Indiana University
Equipment: computer projector, overhead projector, VCR

Paper: VidViewer: Annotated Video Exercises and Language Instruction
Author: Curt Ford, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Paper: Web-Based Video: Using Technology to Individualize Language Instruction
Author: Holly Raynard, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: E-mail Dialogue Journals and the Search for Extra-Classroom Language Practice
Author: Meghan Murphy-Lee, University of Kansas

Paper: Modern Technology and Cultural Proficiency
Author : Nyusya Milman, Indiana University

Panel 28B-7: Roundtable: Materials and Curriculum Development for Languages Other Than Russian
Chair: Jeffrey D. Holdeman, Ohio State University
Equipment: overhead projector
Panelist: Alla Nedashkivska, University of Alberta
Panelist: Natalia Pylypiuk, University of Alberta
Panelist: Mila Saskova-Pierce, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Panelist: Elizabeth Elliott, Northwestern University

Panel 28B-8: Between Languages: The Russian-English Interface
Chair: Elena Ovtcharenko, George Washington University

Paper: American-Immigrant Colloquial Russian as a Target for Lexical Interference
Author: Irina Krasnova, Independent Scholar

Paper: English Loan-Word Phenomenon in Current Russian
Panelist: Ninel Kushchenko, Defense Language Institute

Paper: Hi! Speakajesh Englorussian?: Gender and Aspect Choice in Borrowings from English
Author: Julia Mikhailova, The Ohio State University

Paper: Code-Switching at the Word Level in Russian-English Bilingual Children
Author: Katya Nemtchinova, Seattle Pacific University


December 28, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Panel 28C-1: Czech Literature and Culture
Chair: David Danaher, University of Wisconsin, Madison
Equipment: slide projector

Paper: Romantic Means to Revivalist Ends: Celakovsky, Hanka, and the Translation of Russian Sources
Author: Rachel Harrell, University of Michigan

Paper: Making Czech Bodies International, At Least in 1932 ...
Author: Jindrich Toman, University of Michigan

Paper: Public and Private Space in Iva Pekarkova's Truck Stop Rainbows
Author: Linda Shipley, University of Texas, Austin

Paper: The Art of Translating and Forgetting: The Translations of Milan Kundera
Author: Michelle Woods, Trinity College, Dublin and Deborah Garfinkle, University of Texas, Austin

Panel 28C-2: North American Pushkin Society
Chair: Catherine O'Neil, University of Denver

Paper: Pushkin as Wisdom Poet
Author: Paul Friedrich, University of Chicago

Paper: Towards the Prosaics of Poetry: Graf Nulin and Tambovskaja Kaznachejsha
Author: Heather Daly, Brown University

Paper: Criminal as a Tragic Figure in Pushkin's Works
Author: Felix Raskolnikov, Michigan State University

Panel 28C-3: The Occult in Russian Folklore and Literature
Chair: Dmitry Olshansky, Russian State University for the Humanities

Paper: Chexov's "Chernyj monax" and Early Russian Symbolism
Author: Kirsten Lodge Borovik, Columbia University

Paper: Damskij Mir and Occultism
Author: Jane Gary Harris, University of Pittsburgh

Discussant: Marina Aptekman, Brown University

Panel 28C-4: Jews and Slavs: Cultural Intersections
Chair: Gwido Zlatkes, Brandeis University
Equipment: VCR, slide projector

Paper: Between Cultures and Continents: Abraham Cahan's The White Terror and the Red
Author: Margarita Marinova, University of Texas, Austin

Paper: Visualizing Pure Language: Silent Film Theory, The Dybbuk and The Decalogue: One
Author: Sheila Skaff, University of Michigan

Paper: Re/Writing Esther
Author: Maria Makowiecka, Bergen Community College

Paper: Problems in the Historiography of Russian Jewish Art
Author: Alina Orlov, University of Southern California

Panel 28C-5: The (French) Novels of Andrei Makine: What's Russia Got to Do With It?
Chair: Tony Anemone, College of William and Mary

Paper: Political Myths and Personal Memories in A. Makine's Novel Requiem pour l'Est
Author: Maria Rubins, University of Georgia

Paper: From Olga Arbenina to Olga Arbyelina: Subtexts from the Silver Age
Author: Carol R. Ueland, Drew University

Paper: Russian or French? Makine's Dual Identity as a Problem of Translation
Author: Adrian Wanner, Pennsylvania State University

Panel 28C-6: Forum: Golosa, Third Edition: What's on the Horizon?
Chair: Richard Robin, George Washington University
Equipment: computer projector
Participant: Richard Robin, George Washington University
Participant: Karen Evans-Romaine, Ohio University
Participant: Galina Shatalina, George Washington University

Panel 28C-7: Pragmatics and Performance in Language Learning
Chair: Lynne deBenedette, Brown University
Equipment: overhead projector

Paper: The Language and Culture Interface in the Russian Classroom
Author: Yelena Belyaeva-Standen. University of Saint Louis

Paper: Development of Pragmatic Competence in Request Speech Acts by Non-Native Students of Russian
Author: Jeanette Owen, Bryn Mawr College

Paper: Shall We Ellipsis?
Author: Igor Pustovoit, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Panel 28C-8: On Beyond OCS
Chair: David J. Birnbaum, University of Pittsburgh
Equipment: computer projector, overhead projector

Paper: The Dative Absolute in the Kievan Chronicle
Panelist: Daniela Hristova, University of Chicago

Paper: The Dative of Deferral in OCS
Panelist: Oscar E. Swan, University of Pittsburgh

Paper: Avvakum as az and ja
Author: Dean Worth, University of California, Los Angeles

Discussant: Emily Klenin, University of California, Los Angeles


December 28, 3:15 - 5:15 pm

Panel 28D-1: Women Writers and Artists in Russia
Chair: Sibelan Forrester, Swarthmore College
Equipment: slide projector

Paper: Art Undercover: Dress as the Modern Medium
Author: Elizabeth Durst, University of Southern California

Paper: Violence, Madness, and the Female Grotesque in Nina Sadur's Jug and Svetlana Vasilenko's Durochka
Author: Elizabeth Skomp, University College London

Panel 28D-2: New Perspectives on Gogol'
Chair: Ilya Vinitsky, University of Pittsburgh

Paper: Order and Disorder in Gogol''s Diary of a Madman and Shakespeare's King Lear
Author: Jenne Powers, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Paper: Kant and Gogol': Judgments of Taste on Nevskij Prospect
Author: Elizabeth Sheynzon, Northwestern University

Paper: Gogol' and the Rage Against Beauty
Author: Gary Rosenshield, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Panel 28D-3: International Vladimir Nabokov Society
Chair: Galya Diment, University of Washington

Paper: The "Right" versus the "Wrong" Child: Shades of Pain in Bend Sinister (with Reference to Pnin)
Author: Elena Sommers, University of Rochester

Paper: Doubles in Conrad and Nabokov
Author: Ludmilla Voitkovska, University of Saskatchewan

Paper: Vladimir Nabokov and Arthur Schopenhauer
Author: Savely Senderovich, Cornell University, and Yelena Shvarts, Independent Scholar

Panel 28D-4: Engaging with Tolstoian Heroes
Chair: Inessa Medzhibovskaya, Princeton University
Equipment: overhead projector

Paper: Reader Imaging Techniques Utilized in Tolstoj's War and Peace
Author: Sarah Mohler, Truman State University

Paper: The Two Deaths of Prince Bolkonskij: Inside and Outside the Code of Chivalry
Author: Yevgeny A. Slivkin, Defense Language Institute

Paper: Balancing Sympathies in Tolstoj's Resurrection
Author: Anne Caswell Klein, Princeton University

Paper: Liricheskie istoki zamysla povesti Tolstogo "Kazaki"
Author: Elena S. Hansen, St. Ambrose University

Panel 28D-5: Russian Literary Criticism
Chair: David Cooper, Columbia University

Paper: Theories of Prose: Andrei Belyj's Gogol''s Craftsmanship and Russian Formalism
Author: Christopher Colbath, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: Remapping the Boundaries of a Utopia: Osip Mandel'shtam's Criticism
Author: Nikita Nankov, Indiana University

Paper: The Literary Critical Dialogue Between Pavel Basinskij and Vjacheslav Kuricyn in the 1990s
Author: Dmitry Olshansky, Russian State University for the Humanities

Panel 28D-6: Socialist Realism Revisited
Chair: Cynthia A. Ruder, University of Kentucky
Equipment: computer projector, slide projector

Paper: The Rise of the New Soviet Novel in the Late 1930s
Author: Anna Krylova, University of South Carolina

Paper: Sots-Art as Critical Model
Author: Andrew Hicks, Columbia University

Paper: Killing and Empathy in Early Soviet Culture
Author: Christopher J. Gilman, University of Southern California

Discussant: Angela Brintlinger, Ohio State University

Panel 28D-7: Czech Culture Preservation in North America (North American Association of Teachers of Czech)
Chair: TBA
Equipment: computer projector

Paper: Pictures From Home: An Introduction to Czech Illustrated Monographs in the Czech Heritage Collections at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Author: Jean Dickinson, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Paper: Preservation of Czech Culture and the Teaching of Czech Language Education and Propagation
Author: Layne Pierce, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Paper: Preservation of Czech Heritage through Czech Language Instruction in Nebraska
Author: Katya Koubek, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Paper: Heritage Preservation in the Intermediate Czech Language Classroom
Author: Mila Saskova-Pierce, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Panel 28D-8: Forum: Materials for Russian - Intermediate and Advanced Levels
Chair: Gary Browning, Brigham Young University

Paper: Leveraging Your Russian with Roots, Prefixes and Suffixes (Slavica)
Author: Gary Browning, Brigham Young University

Paper: Russian Folktales: A Reader (Focus)
Author: Jason Merrill, Drew University

Panel 28D-9: Contrastive Linguistics
Chair: Donald L. Dyer, University of Mississippi

Paper: The Interface of Metaphor and Morphosyntax: Honorific Address in Russian and Czech
Author: Anne Stepan Keown, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Paper: A Constrastive Survey of Aspectual Usage in Literary Upper Sorbian and Russian
Author: Gary H. Toops, Wichita State University


December 28, 7:00 - 9:00 pm

Panel 28E-1: Mixail Bulgakov Society
Chair: Nicholas Rzhevsky, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Paper: The Fantastic, The Grotesque and The Sublime in Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita
Author: Sofya Khagi, Brown University

Paper: "The Devil Knows!" or Forms of Space and the Chronotope in a Novel by Mixail Bulgakov
Author: Polina Barskova, University of California, Berkeley

Paper: The Eugenic Program of Bulgakov's Heart of a Dog
Author: Sharon M. Bailey, Pennsylvania State University

Paper: Paradise or Paradise Lost? The Image of Kiev in the Writings of M. A. Bulgakov
Author: Natalia Lechtchenko, Brown University

Panel 28E-2: Eroticism and Pornography in Russian Culture
Chair: Anne Eakin Moss, Stanford University
Equipment: VCR

Paper: Exploring the Body Shameful: Solov'ev, Sologub, and Original Sin
Author: Jonathan Stone, University of California, Berkeley

Paper: Woman on the Cross(roads): Female Masochism in the Works of Anna Mar
Author: Shannon White, University of Michigan

Paper: Shock Therapy for the Russian Literary Language: The Artistic Use of Profanity by Juz Aleshkovskij, Venedikt Erofeev, and Eduard Limonov
Author: Ann Komaromi, Swarthmore College

Paper: What Does Sex Have To Do With It? (Interpreting Menshov's Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears and Gods' Envy)
Author: Yana Hashamova, Ohio State University

Discussant: Nancy Eyl, Indiana University

Panel 28E-3: Wisdom and Judgment: Text and Image in East Slavic Cultures, 15th-18th Centuries
Chair: Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj, University of Alberta
Equipment: 2 slide projectors, overhead projector

Paper: Confronting the End of Time: The Transformation of the Last Judgment Scenario in a Fifteenth-Century Novgorod Icon
Author: Priscilla Hunt, University of Massachusetts

Paper: Textual Sources of Elements in Ukrainian Icons of the Last Judgment
Author: John-Paul Himka, University of Alberta

Paper: Hryhorij Skovoroda on the Gender of Wisdom
Author: Natalia Pylypiuk, University of Alberta

Discussant: Frank Sysyn, University of Alberta

Panel 28E-4: Russian Poetry Reading. In Memoriam: Nikolai Morshen (1917-2001)
Chair: Yevgeny Slivkin, Defense Language Institute
Poet: Marina Aptekman, Brown University
Poet: Dmitry Bobyshev, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Poet: Igor Vishnevetsky, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Poet: Vladimir Gandelsman, New York
Poet: Andrej Gritsman, River Edge, New Jersey
Poet: Radislav Lapushin, University of Chicago
Poet: Irina Mashinsky, New York
Poet: Vadim Mesjats, New York
Poet: Madlena Rozenblium, New York
Poet: Viktor Sanchuk, New York
Poet: Lev Khanif, New York

Panel 28E-5: Workshop: Getting and Using Web-Based Audio and Video Authentic Materials in Teaching Upper-Level Classes
Equipment: computer projector

Panelist: Richard Robin, George Washington University
Panelist: Jonathan Perkins, University of Kansas

Panel 28E-6: Discourse and Pragmatics
Chair: Jane F. Hacking, University of Utah
Equipment: computer projector

Paper: Patient Packaging in Informal and Formal, Oral and Written Bulgarian
Author: John Leafgren, University of Arizona

Paper: Gender Voices in Electronic Discourse: A Forum in Ukrainian
Author: Alla Nedashkivska, University of Alberta

Paper: Birchbark Documents Against the Background of the Ontogeny of Written Language
Author: Ekaterina Schnittke, University of California, Los Angeles


December 29, 8:00 - 10:00 am

Panel 29A-1: Gender Bending in Russian Modernism
Chair: Laurel Schultz, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: Kissing Gippius: The Love Poetry of Zinaida Gippius
Author: Barbara A. Brown, University of Oregon

Paper: Love and Gender: The Literary Context and Subtext of Gumilev's "Zhestokoj"
Author: Francoise Rosset, Wheaton College

Paper: Creating Gender: Destroying Creativity in the Writing of Elena Guro
Author: Jamie Bennett, Columbia University

Panel 29A-2: Crime in Russian Culture
Chair: Helena Goscilo, University of Pittsburgh
Equipment: VCR

Paper: "Blatnaja pesnja": Crime Songs and Ballads as a Reflection of Soviet History
Author: Marina Aptekman, Brown University

Paper: Living-Room Gangsters: Russo-Soviet TV Police Procedurals from the 1970s through the 1990s
Author: Elena Prokhorova, University of Pittsburgh

Paper: "Ulica razbityx fonarej" and the Petersburg Myth
Author: Jennifer Ryan Tishler, Dartmouth College

Panel 29A-3: German-Russian Literary Relations
Chair: Adrian Wanner, Pennsylvania State University

Paper: The Short German Ballad and the Long Russian Face
Author: Emily Klenin, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: "Theodyssey" of Vasily Zhukovskij: The Homeric Epic and the Revolution of 1848
Author: Ilya Vinitsky, University of Pittsburgh

Panel 29A-4: Theater and Drama
Chair: Clint B. Walker, College of William and Mary

Paper: Life on the Border: Plot Movement in Anton Chexov's Three Sisters
Author: Marina Madorskaya, University of Michigan

Paper: A. P. Chexov's Three Sisters: Symbolic Numerals
Author: Margarita Odesskaia, Russian State University for the Humanities

Paper: Heteroglossia and Brecht's "Epic Theater"
Author: Gideon Stanton, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Panel 29A-5: Issues for Language Programs: Theory, Testing, and Practice
Chair: Jason Merrill, Drew University
Equipment: overhead projector

Paper: Russian Contributions to Educational Psychology: P. I. Gal'perin's Theory of Systematic Formation of Mental Actions and its Implications for Foreign Language Teaching
Author: Serafima Gettys, Stanford University

Paper: O pravilax i iskljuchenijax pri postanovke russkogo proiznoshenija v inostrannoj auditorii
Author: Natalya Bogdanova, Saint Petersburg State University

Paper: Placing Heritage Speakers: A Comparison of Writing Samples of Heritage and Non-Heritage Learners
Author: Olga Kagan, University of California, Los Angeles

Panel 29A-6: Forum: Slavic and East European Language Resource Center (SEELRC) at University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill's Summer Institute for Instructors
Chair: Laura Janda, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Equipment: computer projector
Panelist: Jane Hacking, University of Utah
Panelist: Catherine O'Neil, University of Denver
Panelist: Steven Franks, Indiana University
Panelist: Daniela Hristova, University of Chicago
Panelist: Dragana McFadden, Independent Scholar

Panel 29A-7: Sociolinguistics
Chair: Elisabeth Elliott, Northwestern University
Equipment: computer projector

Paper: The Influence of Polish on the Russian of Old Believers in Erie, Pennsylvania
Author: Jeff Holdeman, Ohio State University

Paper: Crimean Tatar-Russian as a Reflection of Crimean Tatar Nationality
Author: Mica Hall, Department of Defense


December 29, 10:15 am - 12:15 pm

Panel 29B-1: Vision 20/20: The Future of Slavic, Revisited
Chair: Helena Goscilo, University of Pittsburgh

Panelist: Eliot Borenstein, New York University
Panelist: Beth Holmgren, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Panelist: Dragan Kujundzic, University of California, Irvine
Panelist: Sally Pratt, University of Southern California


December 29, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Panel 29C-1: Roundtable: The Functions of Fairy-Tale Discourse in Soviet Totalitarian Culture
Chair: Larissa Rudova, Pomona College
Panelist: Marina Balina, Illinois Wesleyan University
Panelist: Helena Goscilo, University of Pittsburgh
Panelist: Mark Lipovetsky, University of Colorado, Boulder
Panelist: Larissa Rudova, Pomona College

Panel 29C-2: Approaching the Tricentennial of Petersburg: Great Expectations Fulfilled and Frustrated
Chair: Val Vinokurov, Princeton University

Paper: Wrecking the Crazy Ship: Ol'ga Forsh's Novel in the Context of Post-Revolutionary St. Petersburg Culture
Author: Ekaterina Yudina, University of California, Riverside

Paper: Repellent Intimacy: Petersburg as Unsettled Home in the Twentieth Century
Author: Jennifer J. Day, College of Wooster

Paper: Petersburg in Andrej Bitov's Novel Pushkin House
Author: Galina Griffiths, University of Kansas

Discussant: Nina Perlina, Indiana University

Panel 29C-3: Marina Cvetaeva
Chair: Lynn Ellen Patyk, Stanford University

Paper: A Poet Reborn in the Heart of her Craft: Marina Cvetaeva's "Po nagorijam"
Author: Sara Pankenier, Stanford University

Paper: "Sons" and "Lovers" in the Poetry of Marina Cvetaeva
Author: Tatiana Zilotina, Case Western Reserve University

Paper: Afrekete and Marinka: Fluid Identities in Fragmented Bodies
Author: Laura Miller-Purrenhage, University of Michigan

Panel 29C-4: Literature and Orality
Chair: Andrew Hicks, Columbia University

Paper: The Trickster's Word: Orality, Literacy, and Genre in Aleksandr Pushkin's The Captain's Daughter
Author: Polina Rikoun, Harvard University

Paper: Walking on Words: Topography, Place, Names, and Oral History in St. Petersburg
Author: Julie Buckler, Harvard University

Paper: "Avtorskaja pesnja: Orality and/or Literacy?"
Author: Rachel Platonov, Harvard University

Discussant: Sibelan Forrester, Swarthmore College

Panel 29C-5: Portrait of the Artist: Images of the Writer in Russia
Chair: Olga Peters Hasty, Princeton University

Paper: "He is not with them, he is with us, he is ours ... ": Andrej Belyj's Literary Potrait of Leonid Andreev
Author: Frederick H. White, University of Southern California

Paper: Silent Author (Representation of the Artist in Contemporary Russian Fiction)
Author: Anna Brodsky, Washington and Lee University

Paper: Clothing the Body of Work: Edward Limonov and the Author as Tailor
Author: Lisa Ryoko Wakamiya, Florida State University

Panel 29C-6: Queer Performance
Chair: Harlow Robinson, Northeastern University
Equipment: VCR, CD/cassette player, computer projector

Paper: Gender, Sexuality and the Lyric Voice in Chajkovskij's Romances to Lyrics by Apuxtin and Romanov
Author: Philip Ross Bullock, Oxford University

Paper: Queer Performance as Life Creation in Contemporary Russian Poetry
Author: Vitaly Chernetsky, Columbia University

Paper: Gender Trouble in Karanovic's Virgina
Author: Kevin Moss, Middlebury College

Paper: From Victory Over the Sun to Solar Anus: The Russian Avant-Garde and Contemporary Performance Art
Author: Peter G. DeMartino, University of Chicago

Panel 29C-7: New Methods and Contexts for Language Instruction
Chair: Julia Titus, Yale University

Paper: A Communicative Focus on Form? The Genitive of Negation
Author: Lynne deBenedette, Brown University

Paper: Air-to-Ground Discourse: Teaching the Language of Manned Space Flight
Author: Colleen McQuillen, Johnson Space Center at NASA

Paper: Listening Comprehension through Rhythmic Models: Easier Ways to Teach and Learn Grammar and Vocabulary
Author: Andrei Zaitsev, Georgetown University

Panel 29C-8: Forum: Nachalo, Second Edition: Using the Ancillary Materials
Chair: Gerard L. Ervin, Ohio State University, Emeritus
Equipment: VCR, overhead projector, CD/cassette player

Panelist: Ruth Warner, Windsor High School (Colorado)
Title: New Features of the Nachalo Workbook/Lab Manual

Panelist: George Mitrevski, Auburn University
Title: Web-based Video Exercises with Nachalo

Panelist: Jennifer Bown, Ohio State University
Title: Using the Nachalo Video Guide

Panel 29C-9: Information Packaging and Discourse Structure in Slavic
Chair: Irina Ivliyeva, University of Missouri, Rolla

Paper: Discourse Particle -to in Shukshin's Short Story "Zabuksoval"
Author: Svetlana McCoy, Dictaphone

Paper: Deriving Clitichood in Czech
Author: Charles Mills, Knox College

Paper: Discourse Markers, Particles, and Sentential Stress: Interaction on the Level of Information Structure in Russian
Author: Lillian A. Parrott, University of Paris


December 29, 3:15 - 5:15 pm

Panel 29D-1: The Culture of the "Silver Age"
Chair: Gwen Walker, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Paper: Blok's Living Rampa
Author: Stuart Goldberg, Davidson College

Paper: Inspired at the Omnipresent Window: Axmatova's Mythology of Poetic Creation
Author: Ona Renner-Fahey, Ohio State University

Paper: From "Acropolis" to "Necropolis": Laying to Rest the Body of Silver Age Culture
Author: Galina Rylkova, University of Florida

Panel 29D-2: Eighteenth-Century Russian Literature and Culture
Chair: Valeria Sobol, Columbia University

Paper: The First Letter-Writing Manual Published in Russia
Author: Lina Bernstein, Franklin and Marshall College

Paper: Being Untrue: The Pretence of Neoclassical Tragedy in Sumarokov's Dmitrij samozvanec
Author: David Herman, University of Virginia

Paper: Catherine the Great: the Great Collector
Author: Ekaterina Dianina, Harvard University

Paper: "East, West, Home is Best": The Grand Tour in D. I. Fonvizin's Pis'ma iz Francii and N. M. Karamzin's Pis'ma russkogo puteshestvennika
Author: Ingrid Kleespies, University of California, Berkeley

Discussant: Marcus Levitt, University of Southern California

Panel 29D-3: Issues in Twentieth-Century Polish Literature
Chair: Andrzej Karcz, University of Kansas

Paper: Julian Przybos's Poem "Notre Dame III"
Author: Olga Nedeljkovic, University of Illinois at Chicago

Paper: "Almost Nothing is Happening": Miron Bialoszewski's Kairotic Everyday
Author: Joanna Nizynska, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: Ethical Action in Extremis: Dostoevskij - Borowski - Herling-Grudzinski
Author: Dariusz Tolczyk, University of Virginia

Paper: "In Search of a Homeland": The Prose Works of Czeslaw Milosz
Author: Agnieszka Gutthy, Southeastern Louisiana University

Panel 29D-4: The Fate of the Humorist in the Soviet Union
Chair: Nyusya Milman, Indiana University
Equipment: VCR

Paper: Confessions of a Humorist: Laughter and Suffering in Zoshchenko's Pered vosxodom solnca (Before Sunrise)
Author: Mirande Bissell, Princeton University

Paper: Would the Real Il'f and Petrov Please Stand Up? A Case Study of the Construction of Meaning
Author: Anne O'Brien Fisher, University of Michigan

Paper: Contextualizing Zhvaneckij
Author: Seth Graham, University of Pittsburgh

Panel 29D-5: North American Dostoevskij Society
Chair: Gary Rosenshield, University of Wisconsin

Paper: The Epilogue of Crime and Punishment
Author: Robert Belknap, Columbia University

Paper: What If Nabokov Had Written "Dvojnik": Reading Dostoevskij Preposterously
Author: Eric Naiman, University of California, Berkeley

Paper: The Village of Fools and Stanislavskij
Author: Nicholas Rzhevsky, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Paper: The Underground Man: Relativity, Freedom, and Post-Modernism
Author: Gene Fitzgerald, University of Utah

Discussant: Caryl Emerson, Princeton University

Panel 29D-6: Post-Stalin Russian Literature and Culture
Chair: Ann Komaromi, University of Wisconsin

Paper: Aleksandr Solzhenicyn, Varlam Shalamov and the Cat in Between
Author: Elena Mikhailik, University of New South Wales, Australia

Paper: The Solicitous Narrator and the Quest for Truth in Lev Razgon's Nepridumannoe
Author: David Galloway, Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Paper: The Free Word in Unfree Circumstances: the Correspondence of Natalia Roskina (Moscow) and Efim Etkind (Paris) 1977 - 1987
Author: Alexandra Raskina, Independent Scholar

Panel 29D-7: Russian Women's Autobiographical Writing: Theory and Praxis
Chair: Kelly Herold, Grinnell College

Paper: Anastasija Verbickaja as Autobiographer
Author: Charlotte Rosenthal, University of Southern Maine

Paper: "Coming Home": On Dislocation and M in Several Women's Autobiographical Texts
Author: Natasha Kolchevska, University of New Mexico

Paper: Marina Cvetaeva's Gothic Autobiography
Author: Lynn Ellen Patyk, Stanford University

Panel 29D-8: Forum: Russian for Russians (Slavica)
Chair: Joan Chevalier, Brandeis University
Equipment: computer projector, overhead projector
Panelist: Olga Kagan, University of California, Los Angeles
Panelist: Richard Robin, George Washington University
Panelist: Tatiana Akishina, University of Southern California

Panel 29D-9: Morphosyntax
Chair: Steven Franks, Indiana University

Paper: Genitive Singular of Masculine Nouns in Several West Ukrainian (Transcarpathian) Dialects
Author: Elena Boudovskaia, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: The Noncanonical Modality of Russian Imperatives
Author: Edit Jakab, Universite du Quebec a Montreal

Paper: Border Zones in the Russian Case System
Author: Laura Janda, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Paper: The Grammatical Role of Animacy in a Formal Model of Slavic Morphology
Author: Gil Rappaport, University of Texas at Austin

Panel: 29D-10: Roundtable: Issues in Teaching Russian at the Pre-College Level
Chair: James Sweigert - Price Laboratory School - University of Northern Iowa
Panelist: Ruth Edelman - Tenafly (NJ) Middle School
Panelist: Peter Merrill - Phillips (Andover, MA) Academy
Panelist: Jane Shuffelton - Brighton High School (Rochester, NY)

December 29, 7:30 - 8:30 pm

Panel: 29E-1: Recital: "Hanged Man's Lover": Songs to Poems by Rafal Wojaczek
Performer: Ann Frenkel, Brandeis University
Performer: Gwido Zlatkes, Brandeis University


December 30, 8:00 - 10:00 am

Panel 30A-1: Medieval Slavic Literature and Culture
Chair: Charles Wukasch, Prairie View A & M University

Paper: Interpretation as Revelation: Logos and the Authorial Word in Kiril Turovskij's Palm Sunday Sermon ("Slovo na Verbnicu")
Author: Alina Wyman, University of Chicago

Paper: "Apocryphal" Prayers in Medieval Slavia Orthodoxa: Problems of Definition and Classification
Author: Yvonne Brandon, University of Virginia

Paper: Novgorodian Paradigm of Holy Foolishness
Author: Svitlana Kobets, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Panel 30A-2: Memoir and Autobiography in Twentieth-Century Russia
Chair: Jennifer Ryan Tishler, Dartmouth College

Paper: "O Shklovskom ili o Majakovskom": Autobiography and Jubilee Memoir in Shklovskij's "O Majakovskom"
Author: Laura Shear Urbaszewski, University of Chicago

Paper: The Poet's Life and Death in the Autobiographies of Boris Pasternak
Author: Donald Loewen, Binghamton University

Paper: Genius Loci: K��riku. Arcadian Myth in Memoirs of the Moscow-Tartu School of Semiotics
Author: Emily Johnson, University of Oklahoma

Panel 30A-3: The Modernist Polemic with Romanticism. Three Perspectives: Xodasevich, Gombrowicz, and Cvetaeva
Chair: Elena Duzs, Dickinson College

Paper: Xodasevich and Modernism: A Primer on Romantic Repurification
Author: Kristen Welsh, Colby College

Paper: Witold Gombrowicz and the Masks of Finitude
Author: Jeff Love, Clemson University

Paper: Poema gory and Poema konca: Cvetaeva at the Crossroads of Romanticism and Modernism
Author: Christopher W. Lemelin, Dickinson College

Panel 30A-4: On the Border of Russian Romanticism
Chair: Elizabeth Blake, Ohio State University

Paper: To Value, to Judge, to Rank: Towards the Rhetoric of Early Nineteenth-Century Taste
Author: Mikhail Gronas, Trinity College

Paper: Rumors as Catalysts in the Works of Griboedov and Pushkin
Author: Melissa J. Sokol, Brown University

Paper: Nikolaj Chernyshevskij on the Autonomy of the Artist
Author: Andrew M. Drozd, University of Alabama

Panel 30A-5: Post-Soviet Prose
Chair: Lisa Wakamiya, Florida State University

Paper: Intertextuality as a Means of Depicting Post-Soviet Reality
Author: Vera Aginsky, Iowa State University

Paper: Anatolij Kim's Onlirija
Author: Hyoungju Kim, Brown University

Paper: The Gnostic Pelevin, or the Right Metaphysics for the Times
Author: Avram Brown, University of California, Davis

Paper: Enjoy the Gap: Pelevin's Appropriation of Aksenov's Language in Generation P
Author: Christopher Hubert, University of Virginia

Panel 30A-6: Forum: The Russian Context: The Culture Behind the Language (Slavica)
Chair: Eloise Boyle, University of Washington
Equipment: computer projector
Panelist: Genevra Gerhart, Independent Scholar
Panelist: George Fowler, Indiana University
Panelist: William J. Comer, University of Kansas
Panelist: Thomas Garza, University of Texas
Panelist: Valentina Zaitseva, New York University

Panel 30A-7: Czech Linguistics and Language Teaching (North American Association of Teachers of Czech)
Chair: George Cummins, Tulane University

Paper: Prague School Functionalism and the 1993 Rules of Czech Orthography
Author: Neil Bermel, Sheffield University

Paper: The Discourse Function of Iterative Verbs in Czech
Author: David S. Danaher, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Paper: Solidarity and Power in Czech and Japanese: A Comparative Analysis
Author: Masako Ueda Fidler, Brown University


December 30, 8:00 - 10:30 am

Panel 30AB-1: Russian and Soviet Cinema
Chair: Tench Coxe, Columbia University
Equipment: VCR

Paper: Envisioning Byt in Tret'ja meshchanskaja
Author: Benjamin Sutcliffe, University of Pittsburgh

Paper: In the Shadow of Totalitarianism: Askol'dov's Vision of Soviet Society in Commissar
Author: Elena Monastireva-Ansdell, Oberlin College

Paper: Russia Captive and Captivated: Sergej Bodrov's Kavkazskij plennik
Author: Gerald McCausland, University of Pittsburgh

Paper: Co-opted Carnival: Nikita Mixalkov's Sibirskij cirjul'nik
Author: Lisa di Bartolomeo, University of Pittsburgh

Paper: The Irony of Ironija sud'by, ili S legkim parom!
Author: Alexei Pavlenko, Colorado College


December 30, 10:15 am - 12:15 pm

Panel 30B-1: Central European Opera (North American Association of Teachers of Czech)
Chair: Harlow Robinson, Northeastern University
Equipment: piano, CD/cassette player, overhead projector

Paper: "So Strange and Ridiculous: An Opera Without an Ending": Text and Music in Janacek's Opera Osud
Author: Geoffrey Chew, Music Department, Royal Holloway, University of London

Paper: Three Sisters: The Play by Anton Chexov and the Opera by Peter Eotvos
Author: Radislav Lapushin, University of Chicago

Panel 30B-2: Literature and Exile
Chair: Leonid Livak, University of Toronto

Paper: How to Define "Emigre Film/Theater/Ballet?"
Author: Steven P. Hill, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Paper: The Exile of M: Bunin
Author: George Pahomov, Bryn Mawr College

Paper: The Essays of Sasha Sokolov
Author: D. Barton Johnson, University of California, Santa Barbara

Paper: Understating Exile: Sergej Dovlatov's Ours: A Russian Family Album
Author: Val Vinokurov, Princeton University

Panel 30B-3: Dostoevskij and the Critics
Chair: Gene Fitzgerald, University of Utah

Paper: The Polish Question and the Tradition of Russian Imposture in F. M. Dostoevskij's Besy
Author: Elizabeth Blake, Ohio State University

Paper: The "Debate over Bakunin and Dostoevskij" in the 1920s
Author: J. Frank Goodwin, Colgate University

Paper: The Cruel Critic: N. K. Mixajlovskij's Rejection of Dostoevskij
Author: Marina Kanevskaya, University of Montana

Discussant: Robert Belknap, Columbia University

Panel 30B-4: Myth in Literature
Chair: Michelle S. Kelly, University of California, Los Angeles

Paper: Jungian Longings in Turgenev's "Pevcy"
Author: John M. Mohan, Grinnell College

Paper: Kosovo Polje and The Alamo: A Comparative Study in Myth and Nationalism
Author: Charles Wukasch, Prairie View A & M University

Paper: "Bound by Ancient Chains": The Role of Myth in Four Contemporary Works of Albanian and Serbian Literature
Author: Michelle Levy, Xavier University of Louisiana

Panel 30B-5: Poetry and Poetics
Chair: Stuart H. Goldberg, Davidson College

Paper: Invoking the Muse in Poems by Adam Mickiewicz and Aleksandr Pushkin
Author: Megan Dixon, Principia College

Paper: Voice-ing the Word in the Zaum' Poetry of Xlebnikov and Kruchenyx
Author: Renee M. Silverman, University of Michigan

Paper: Speech and Verse: Brodskij's Experiments with Metrical Elision
Author: Nila Friedberg, University of Toronto

Paper: Becoming-Novel: Arkadij Dragomoshchenko's Kitajskoe solnce
Author: Evgeny Pavlov, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

Panel 30B-6:Roundtable: Using Digital Media in Teaching and Research
Chair: TBA
Equipment: computer projector
Panelist: Anne Ingram, University of Virginia
Panelist: Christopher Rahe, University of Virginia
Panelist: Jeff Hollier, University of Virginia

Panel 30B-7: Phonology and Beyond
Chair: Frank Y. Gladney, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Paper: The Phonology of Czech Nicknames
Panelist: Christina Bethin, State University of New York at Stony Brook

Paper: Binary Classification of Russian Nominal Declension Based on Sonority
Panelist: Ronald F. Feldstein, Indiana University

Paper: The Accentuation of Slavic Prefixed Nouns
Panelist: Brian E. Felt, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Paper: Palatalization in Common Slavic: An Experimental Approach
Panelist: Geoff Schwartz, University of Washington


December 30, 1:00 - 3:00 pm

Panel 30C-1: Perspectives on Soviet Cinema of the 1920s
Chair: Timothy C. Harte, Harvard University
Equipment: VCR

Paper: Documenting Time: Tarkovskij's Mirror and Vertov's Man with a Movie Camera
Author: Tench Coxe, Columbia University

Paper: Journeys to the Land of Cinema: Americanism as Rite of Passage
Author: Jeffrey Karlsen, University of California, Berkeley

Paper: Children at the Movies: A Child's Reception to Early Russian and Soviet Cinema
Author: Lora Wheeler, University of California, Irvine

Paper: Pegas and the Attempt to Legitimize Cinema-Going
Author: Michelle L. Torre, University of Southern California

Panel 30C-2: Gogol''s Ukraine
Chair: Alla Nedashkivska, University of Alberta

Paper: Situating Gogol' Between the "Imperial" and the "National"
Author: Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj, University of Alberta

Paper: Ukraine in Blackface: A Diptych on Gogol''s Dikanka
Author: Roman Koropeckyj, University of California, Los Angeles, and Robert Romanchuk, Florida State University

Paper: Ukraine as a Literary Legacy in Gogol''s Ukrainian Stories
Author: Suk-Young Kim, University of Illinois, Chicago

Panel 30C-3: Literary Genealogies
Chair: Lyudmila Parts, Columbia University

Paper: Chexov's Fundamental Affinity with Ecclesiastes
Author: Mark S. Swift, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Paper: On the Merits of Disintegration: Dr. Janovskij in the Literary Lab of Dr. Celine
Author: Leo Livak, University of Toronto

Paper: "Making It Familiar": An Intertextual Analysis of Vladimir Maksimov's Novel Proshchanie iz niotkuda
Author: Lisa R. Taylor, University of Georgia

Panel 30C-4: Literary Translation Today: Approaches, Authors, Audiences
Chair: Angela Brintlinger, Ohio State University

Paper: Rendering Iconicity in the Translation of Poetry (From Russian into English)
Author: Karina Ross, Ohio State University

Paper: Origins: Russian Romanticism, or Nabokov vis-�-vis Russian and Western Translation Theories
Author: Julia Trubikhina, New York University

Paper: The Translator's Humiliation: Venuti, Schleiermacher, and Lucian Blaga
Author: Sean Cotter, University of Michigan

Paper: Aleksander Wat's Theory of Translation
Author: Gwido Zlatkes, Brandeis University

Panel 30C-6: The Verse and Prose of Pasternak
Chair: Karen Evans-Romaine, Ohio University

Paper: Ob otrazhenii principov i priemov formy v soderzhanii stixotvorenij Borisa Pasternaka
Author: Elizabeth Ginzburg, Chicago

Paper: In Search of the Genre: on the "nenuzhnaja manernost'" in Boris Pasternak's Oxrannaja gramota
Author: Marilena Ruscica, Stanford University

Paper: Doing without Fathers: The Paradoxes of Father-Child Relationships in Doctor Zhivago
Author: William J. Comer, University of Kansas

Panel 30C-7: Teaching and Researching the Language of the Media
Chair: Artemi Romanov, University of Colorado, Boulder

Paper: A Vocabulary List Worth Studying: Analyzing Neologisms in the Teaching of Russian Language and Culture
Author: Natalia Gronskaia, Nizhnij Novgorod Linguistics University

Paper: Turkisms in the Recent Bosnian Media
Panelist: Masha Belyavski-Frank, DePauw University

Paper: The Language of Russian TV Commericals
Panelist: Irena P. Ustinova, Syracuse University

Discussant: Natalia Romanova, University of Maryland


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