Date
Feb 24, 2022, 4:15 pm6:00 pm
Location
HYBRID

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Event Description

This workshop will be held in a hybrid format both on Zoom and in Dickinson Hall, Room 210. Registration is required for both formats.

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*Please note: In-person attendance is restricted to current PU ID holders.

Jinyi Chu specializes in Russian literature and culture of 1890s-1920s, the modernist period. Chu’s research revolves around the relationship between geopolitics and transnational aesthetics. Specifically, Chu works on the following topics: global modernism; Russo-Chinese cultural relations; late socialist culture; translation studies. He publishes scholarship in English, Russian, and Chinese languages, and Chinese translations of Russian and English literary and academic works. Chu’s current book projects are Fin-de-Siècle Geopoetics: The Chinese Dreams of Russian Modernism and Socialist ’80s: Aesthetics of Reform in the Soviet Union and China.

Sponsored by
The Center for Collaborative History & the Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies