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697. New Approaches to Dissident Writing: Beyond Resistance and Revisionism

Tuesday, 6 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., 307, Hynes

Program arranged by the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages

Presiding: Jessie M. Labov, Ohio State Univ., Columbus

1. "January in the Village: Egon Bondy between Protest and Soliloquy," Jonathan Bolton, Harvard Univ.

2. "Variations on a European Theme; or, The Function of World Literature in Milan Kundera's Book of Laughter and Forgetting," Joshua P. Beall, Alabama State Univ.

Joshua P. Beall's Annotation:
I am now an Assistant Professor of English at Georgia Gwinnett College

3. "Czesław Miłosz as Cultural Critic," Magdalena Kay, Univ. of Victoria

For abstracts, visit mlaslavic2013.blogspot.com/.


Subject:

  • Slavic and East European Literatures

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