Literary Life in Totalitarian Society: Russia, Then and Now (a 2014 lecture series)


Russian literary scholars Ivan Akhmetev and Tatiana Neshumova gave a series of free lectures on the University of Oregon campus in October of 2014 covering themes in Russian literature, including government suppression of literature in the Soviet Union, the life and works of influential Russian poets and the effects of a totalitarian society on literature. Julia Nemirovskaya, Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies and Heghine Hakobyan, Slavic Librarian, UO Libraries organized the event, with assistance from Chasmodai Cassidy.

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