College of Liberal Arts

CREEES Graduate Research Symposium

Friday Apr 7, 2017 9:00 AM - 1:30 PM | Burdine Hall (BUR) 231

Fri, April 7, 2017 from 10:00am to 2:30pm
Burdine Hall (BUR) 231


Join us for the third annual CREEES Graduate Research Symposium, where students writing their dissertations, theses and reports will present their original research on Russia, Eastern Europe and Eurasia!


9:00am - Kari Andreev, CREEES MA candidate: "Visions of Olonkho: Representation of Sakha Epic Poetry from the 19th Century to Today"

9:30am - Brian Selman, CREEES MA candidate: "Power Flows to Rap Flows: Power Dynamics in Putin's Russia"

10:00am - Evgenia Wilkins, Slavic PhD candidate: "Documenting the Change: L2 Metadiscourse in Oral Proficiency"

10:30 - 11:30am  Break for brunch

11:30am - Quinn O'Dowd, CREEES MA candidate: "Beyond the Spectrum: Understanding Czech Eurosceptic Parties Outside the Left-Right Spectrum"

12:00pm - Michael Dorman, CREEES MA candidate: "National Identity In Post-Soviet Belarusian Politics"

12:30pm - Deidre Smith, Art History PhD candidate, CREEES Porfolio Program: "Umjetnik Radi: Stilinović and Trbuljak on Art, Work and Life"

1:00pm - Post-event wrap up


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