The North American Dostoevsky Society stands with all the people of Ukraine, Russia, and the rest of the world who condemn the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Our statement can be read here.
Are you a graduate/post-graduate student working in English on some aspect of Dostoevsky studies?
Are you interested in the opportunity to present your work on a Zoom panel in front of an international audience of Dostoevsky scholars?
Following last year’s highly successful bicentenary graduate panel, UCL SSEES and the North American Dostoevsky Society are seeking to support the latest graduate research on Dostoevsky by making this an annual event!
For a chance to participate in this year’s panel, we invite abstracts of 300 words on any subject related to Dostoevsky studies for 20 minute long presentations, to be delivered live on Zoom on Wednesday, November 2, 2022 at 5pm GMT/12pm EST.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to September 15, 2022.
Click here [link: https://forms.gle/JQP915KshwLDRgN1A] to submit an abstract.
Sponsored by the North American Dostoevsky Society and UCL SSEES
Cohosted by UCL SSEES and the University of Toronto
Panel organizers: Sarah J. Young and Kate Holland
Check out last year’s panel ⬇️