Friday, 29 December
585. West Goes East: (Re)Turning to East Central Europe after 1989—A Discussion
7:15–8:30 p.m., Adams, Loews
Program arranged by the Discussion Group on Romanian Studies
Presiding: Anca Luca Holden, Univ. of Georgia
1. “An Invisible Other: The New Eastern Europe and the Shaping of Transnational American Studies,” Joseph L. Benatov, Univ. of Pennsylvania
2. “Back to the Balkans: Reimagining Alterity through the Gaze of Post-1989 Balkan Cinema,” Lucian Ghita, Yale Univ.; Gabriela Stoicea, Yale Univ.
3. “An Aesthetic of Withdrawal: Democratization, Art, and the Palace of Parliament,” Anthony Gardner, Univ. of New South Wales
4. “French-Czech Exile and the Unbearable Great Return in Kundera’s Ignorance,” Jeanine Teodorescu, Loyola Univ., Chicago
5. “My Life for a Photograph: Second-Generation Encounters with Eastern Europe,” Susan Jacobowitz, Queensborough Community Coll., City Univ. of New York
6. “‘I Am What They Think I Am’: Contemporary Cultural (Mis)Constructions in Eastern Europe,” Christopher Bell, Nottingham Trent Univ.
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