The LITFACT publishing house issued a book:
Vladimir Nabokov. Correspondence with Mikhail Karpovich. Ed. by Andrey Babikov. Moscow: Litfakt, 2018. Series "Biblioteka Litnasledstva".
The correspondence of Vladimir Nabokov (1899-1977) with Mikhail Karpovich (1988-1959), which continued for over a quarter of a century, details the little-studied initial stage of Nabokov's literary and academic career in America after he left Europe in May 1940.
Articles by the California State University professor Choi Chatterjee, dedicated to the Soviet-American cultural contacts, were published in the section Americana.
Bertrand Patenaude, our author, will give a centennial talk about the Russian Revolution of 1917.
November 7, 2017 • 7:30 pm • Stanford University
History Changes Gears: The Russian Revolution of 1917 – A Centennial Lecture
A review by Andrey Astvatsaturov of the journal Literature of the Americas was published in the Journal of Russian American Studies (Vol. 1, № 2, 2017)
A review of the journal Literature of the Americas was published in the journal Association for Women in Slavic Studies
The exhibition opened at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) in October 2017, then travel to Sonoma State University later that month, and finally to California State University, Chico in January 2018, where it will remain until March 2018. Revolutionizing the World: The Russian Revolution at Its Centenary uses visual artifacts generated by the seismic events of 1917 to tell the story of progressive ideas in the modern world.
Online at: revolutionizingtheworld.wordpress.com
October 27–28, 2017, The University of Texas at Austin
The conference, "The Wider Arc of Revolution: The Global Impact of 1917," in commemoration of the hundred-year anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917, will be held under the auspices of the Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies at University of Texas, Austin, on October 27-28, 2017. The conference will feature two keynote speakers (Sheila Fitzpatrick and Lisa Kirschenbaum), and will consist of a series of panels convened over the course of two days in which we will discuss pre-circulated papers submitted by participants.
The Festival of American and Iberian Culture "Discovery Day" will be held at the Library for Foreign Literature M.I. Rudomino on October 7, 2017.