Slideshow for German, Russian and Asian Languages and Literatures

Dmitry Bykov at Brandeis

"The Limits of the Allowable: How to Feel the Borders of Freedom Under Totalitarianism"

Featuring Dmitry Bykov

Tuesday, October 6, 2015
5:30 p.m.
Rapaporte Treasure Hall
Goldfarb Library

Dmitry Bykov is one of Russia’s most colorful, versatile, and recognizable public intellectuals. He writes poetry (and is famous for the sharp political satire in his Citizen Poet project), fiction, biographies, journalistic essays, and criticism. Bykov also teaches literature in two Moscow schools and is a regular commentator and guest on television and the liberal radio station Echo of Moscow.

Russian Contemporary Film Festival

Join us for five acclaimed Russian contemporary films! Films are in Russian with English subtitles. Presented by the Brandeis Russian Studies Program and Eurochannel.

All screenings begin at 7:00 p.m. in the Mandel Center for the Humanities, Room G12.   

September 24: My Dad is Baryshnikov
October 1: Another Year
October 8: The Admirer
October 15: Thirst
October 22: Jolly Fellows

For details, visit the Russian Contemporary Film Festival website. Also, check out the feature in The Brandeis Hoot!

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The Department of German, Russian and Asian Languages and Literature includes the German Studies Program, the Russian Studies Program, the Chinese Language Program, and the Japanese Language Program, as well as language courses in Hindi and Korean.