A going to scholar professor Katherine Hill, a former professor of Russian at Princeton and Stanford, will give a workshop from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in J.B. Hunt 207. The workshop titled “Employing Your Lang./Lit. Degree in the Organization Planet” will concentrate on how students can use their language and literature abilities in the enterprise globe, offering guidance on how to leverage their understanding to succeed in a worldwide marketplace.
Lunch will be served.
Hill will also give a lecture from five-six p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in Kimpel Hall 102. Titled “The Challenge of Actual Time in Realtime: Seeking at Photos of the Ukrainian War,” the lecture explores methods of reading modern photographs of the war in Ukraine with distinct concentrate on the complicated relationships amongst nationalism, media and technologies in the former Soviet Union.
In 2017, Hill published the book Photographic Memory: Cameras in the Hands of Russian Authors (Cornell University Press). She is also a creator of the Digital Humanities project on “Playing Soviet” on Soviet children’s books. Hill taught Russian literature at Princeton and Stanford.
Pay a visit to the Russian Eurasian Student Organization for much more information and facts about the group. Interested in reading Russian literature? Study much more about the Russian Research Minor.