Pages containing 'eastern europe'

Slavic Literature "Kruzhok"

A group to explore Slavic literary and linguistic cultures

Kruzhok was founded by graduate students in 2006 on the model of the academic circles (kruzhki) that flourished in Russian universities during the 1830s and ‘40s. The working group, which seeks to explore Slavic literary and linguistic culture, has two primary purposes: to facilitate the sharing of individual research among members, and to encourage collaboration with intellectual traditions and disciplines tangential to Slavic studies.

Membership is open to all who have an interest in promoting and engaging in research in Slavic cultures.

Culture and History of East Central Europe (Kroužek)

We provide an interdisciplinary forum for scholars who study lands and cultures that are frequently overlooked.

The Culture and History of East Central Europe working group, or “Kroužek,” is a discussion group that hosts scholars from throughout the Bay Area, the United States, and Europe, enriching the Berkeley academic community and enhancing the university’s reputation as a leader in regional studies. Its purpose is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for scholars who study lands and cultures that are frequently overlooked or have in the past existed on the periphery of larger working groups.

Russian History Kruzhok

We provide a forum for students in the dissertation-writing stage to present their work in progress.

For nearly twenty years, the Russian History kruzhok (circle) has served the Berkeley faculty and several generations of graduate students. The kruzhok was established in 1994 to provide a forum for students in the dissertation-writing stage to present their work in progress.

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