Davide Stimilli exhibit

Michel Fingesten’s exhibition curated by Professor Davide Stimilli on view at the CU Art Museum

March 24, 2015

An exhibition of graphic works by the Czech-Jewish artist Michel Fingesten (1884-1943), curated by GSLL Chair Davide Stimilli, is on view at the CU Art Museum until May 9. Under the title “Ex-Libris Etc.” the exhibition displays examples of Fingesten’s virtuosity as a bookplate designer, along with other pieces that...

Mark Leiderman receiving award

Mark Leiderman receives award

Jan. 30, 2015

Mark Leiderman (Lipovetsky) was the recipient of the 2014 Award for Outstanding Achievement in Scholarship from the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL). In addition, Mark has been elected as the next President of AATSEEL and his term should start in 2017.

Rosenau exhibit

German PhD student Maggie Rosenau curates exhibit at CU’s Special Collections reading room in Norlin Library.

Jan. 25, 2015

Ei abhorreant definitiones quo. Id detracto molestie consectetuer has, an mentitum dissentiunt usu. Duis singulis nam id. Ei cum ludus facete, vel ad deseruisse dissentiet, est posse oblique ad. Adhuc labores te mea. Prima nostrud te est, no tale legimus inermis pri.

Video on exhibition "A New Objectivity: Ernst Jünger and Albert Renger-Patzsch,” curated by German PhD candidate Ross Etherton, now available online.

Nov. 7, 2014

German PhD candidate Ross Etherton curated the exhibition A New Objectivity: Ernst Jünger and Albert Renger-Patzsch for the Special Collections Department of Norlin Library that was on view September 25 – December 20, 2013 and is now featured on a video available online at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWagEjEz8YM&list=UUoZqaWnzgFuQt6YQO45YuVQ The film of the exhibition...

Student wins U.S. Department of State Critical Languages Scholarship to study Russian

April 30, 2014

Four University of Colorado Boulder students have been awarded U.S. Department of State Critical Languages Scholarships (CLS) for this summer. The highly competitive CLS program supports intensive study in 13 languages deemed critically important by the Department of State, seven of which are taught in CU-Boulder’s Department of Asian Languages...

Masha Gessen

Boulder gets look at Russia's views on gays, controversial punk band

April 21, 2014

As part of Russian Culture Week, Russian-American journalist Masha Gessen will give two public talks Thursday at the University of Colorado. Gessen will discuss Russia's anti-gay movement in a talk titled "Russia, the New Anti-Gay Capital of the World," and the punk band Pussy Riot in a talk titled "Words...

Ben Teitelbaum

Teitelbaum dissertation wins second award

April 15, 2014

Head of Nordic Studies Benjamin Teitelbaum has received the research award from Germany's Institute for the Study of Radical Movements for his 2013 dissertation 'Come Hear our Merry Song': Shifts in the Sound of Contemporary Swedish Radical Nationalism . The award seeks to recognize research "that advanced the theoretical understanding...

Gary Shtyengart

Noted Satirist Gary Shteyngart Brings His 'Interplanetary Journey' to CU

Feb. 17, 2014

Looking at comic novelist Gary Shteyngart's life and career through a science-fictional prism, he sort of has it all, at least metaphorically: futurism, "time travel," technophilia. He's even an alien. Or as close to it as you can come. Born in the former Soviet Union in 1972, he immigrated with...

Professor Sasha Senderovich's op-ed "Goodbye, Lenin?" in The New York Times.

Dec. 29, 2013



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