Meaning circle or group, Kruzhok meets monthly for faculty and graduate students to discuss their works-in progress.
Participants in this by-invitation-only group have the opportunity to present their draft of an article or a dissertation chapter to an interdisciplinary audience.
All kruzhok events are open to current Princeton faculty, students and staff only.
Contact Carole Dopp, Program Manager or call 609-258-5978
Please check back for upcoming events.
Khabuvy, anenaiki: towards an understanding of the use and reception of nonsensical syllables in Russian Orthodox chant
Mar 24, 2022
Anastasia Shmytova, Music Department
Gender, Voice and Indigeneity in the Russian and American Artic
Feb 10, 2022
Olga Ulturgasheva, Pathy Distinguished Visitor, Humanities Council
Russian Formalism: An Archaeology of an Ossified Theory
Dec 2, 2021
Lidia Tripiccione, Slavic
Deterritorialization of Foreign: Mimicry in the Sino-Russian Borderlands
Nov 10, 2021
Karolina Koziol, Princeton, Anthropology