If you’re attending the big Canadian CongreSSH conference in Calgary next week, you may be interested in these Dostoevsky papers. They are all part of the Canadian Association of Slavists meeting May 30-June 1.
On May 30 at 10:45am is the panel, “Dostoevsky in the Classroom”
Chair: Irina Shilova, University of Calgary
- Joseph Schlegel, University of Toronto, “Intertextuality in the Classroom: Creative Engagement with Dostoevsky’s The Idiot.”
- Kate Holland, University of Toronto, “Teaching Students How The Brothers Karamazov Works”
- Katherine Bowers, University of British Columbia, “#TheDoubleEvent: Community Engagement Online and in the Dostoevsky Classroom”
Also at CAS: on the panel “Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature,” 1:15pm on June 1:
- Baktygul Aliev, Williams College, “Fraudulent Other in Dostoevsky’s The Double”
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