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Workshop in Slavic, East European and Eurasian Periodical

Decoding the Periodical:
A Workshop in Slavic, East European and Eurasian Periodical Studies

Princeton University
Friday March 27, 2015

All panels & keynote held in 245 East Pyne.

This will be the first conference in to deeply probe the Slavic and East European periodical culture within the context of Periodical Studies, an interdisciplinary framework that foregrounds the journal, magazine or newspaper as a cultural form. The Periodical Studies approach poses questions such as: how does editorial practice, serialization, or publication in a multi-authored journal impact the production of art and literature? How do periodicals create intellectual networks that generate new ideas and a unique frame for reception? What insights can we draw from studying the distinct paratext created by periodicals: their layout, illustrations, indices, editorial columns, and letters to the editor.

11-12:30pm / Panel 1: Seeing Readership
Yelizaveta Raykhlina (Georgetown University)
The Expanded Readership of Two Early 19th-century Russian Periodicals
Colleen Lucey (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
The Portrayal of Prostitutes and Courtesans in Russian 19th-century Periodicals
Karla Huebner (Wright State University)
Gentleman: An Interwar Czech Consumer Magazine
Discussant / Jindřich Toman (University of Michigan)

1:30-2:30pm / Panel 2: Mediations of Russian Modernism
Jon Stone (Franklin & Marshall College)
Between Little Magazine and Thick Journal: Approaches to Russian Modernist Periodicals
Sarah Krive (University of North Carolina at Greensboro)
Periodic(al) Parody: Akhmatova's Fate in the Post-Revolutionary Press
Discussant / Olga Peters Hasty (Princeton University)

2:45-4:15pm / Panel 3: Regional Circulation, Global Exchange
Meghan Forbes (University of Michigan)
ReD, Pásmo and Disk: The Interwar Czech Periodical as Platform for International Exchange
Ksenia Nouril (Rutgers University)
Production-Reproduction: Modernist Photography and its Circulation through the Lens of the Thomas Walther Collection
Alex Moshkin (University of Pennsylvania)
Israeli-Russian Periodicals 1995-2015: Networks, Aesthetics and Ideologies
Discussant / Kat Hill Reischl (Princeton University)

4:30-6pm Keynote Lecture
Nicholas Sawicki (Lehigh University)
Avant-Garde Fissures in the Modern Czech Art Press: Traces in the Printed and the Digital

The conference is organized by Philip Gleissner (Slavic Department), Natalia Ermolaev (Center for Digital Humanities) and Katherine Hill Reischl (Slavic Department), and generously sponsored by the following departments and centers at Princeton: the Center for Digital Humanities, the Library, the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, the Program in Russian and Eurasian Studies, and Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in the Humanities (IHUM).