On Wednesday, January 27th at 12pm, please join our friends at The Harriman Institute at Columbia University and the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America (PIASA) for an interview with Anna Frajlich, author of The Ghost of Shakespeare: Collected Essays (Academic Studies Press, 2020), conducted by Ronald Meyer (Harriman Institute), editor of the volume. Professor Robert Blobaum, President of PIASA, will chair the event.
On Thursday, January 28th at 12pm, please join our friends at the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute for a discussion with Kate Brown, author of Manual for Survival: An Environmental History of the Chernobyl Disaster (W.W. Norton & Co., March 2020). Moderated by Mark Andryczyk (Harriman Institute).
On Friday, January 29th at 3pm, please join our friends at The Harriman Institute at Columbia University for a virtual conversation with Eliot Borenstein in honor of his two recent books: Plots against Russia: Conspiracy and Fantasy after Socialism and Pussy Riot: Speaking Punk to Power. The conversation will be moderated by Mark Libovetsky.
On Tuesday February 2nd at 12pm please join our friends at the Harriman Institute at Columbia University for a virtual book talk celebrating Francine Hirsch and her book Soviet Judgment at Nuremberg. Miriam Schulz will join in conversation and the talk will be moderated by Alexander Cooley.
On Wednesday, February 17th please join our friends at the Harriman Institute for an event in the Minority Inclusion and Exclusion in Soviet and Post-Communist Societies Speaker Series, a discussion with Jennifer J. Carroll, Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Elon University and the author of Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine