This workshop is part of "Ann Arbor in Russian Literature: Revisiting the Carl R. Proffer and Ardis Legacies," a symposium to be held at the University of Michigan on September 20-12, 2013 to mark the 75th anniversary of Carl R. Proffer's birth.
Presenters: Alexander Dolinin, professor of Slavic languages and literature, University of Wisconsin; Denis Kozlov, professor of Russian history, Dalhousie University; Mark Lipovetsky, professor of Russian studies, University of Colorado Boulder; and Andrew Reynolds, associate professor of Slavic languages and literature, University of Wisconsin
Moderator: Michael Makin, professor of Slavic languages and literatures, University of Michigan
For more information, visit ii.umich.edu/crees/events/specialevents/proffertribute
Sponsors: CREES; Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies; Department of Slavic Languages & Literatures; College of Literature, Science, & the Arts; others