International conference “Russian language, literature and history in cross-cultural environment”
The event took place on November 7-8 in Jagiellonian University (Krakow, Poland), organized by RSUH and founded via a grant from the Ministry of Education and Science of the RF.
Dr. Shunikov, Head of the Institute of Extended Education, opened the event with a lecture on tendencies in modern Russian literature, its uniqueness, its stylistic tendencies and the ways it is taught.
Dr. Kararzyna Syska, of the Jagiellonian University, and Dr. Elena Kurant, of the Institute of Eastern European Philology, read a presentation on modern dramaturgy and the performative approach to its analysis.
Dr. Pipersky, of the Socio-Linguistic Laboratory of RSUH, spoke about a pattern of variation in Russian stress, describing methods for studying these phenomena through linguistic corpora.
The first day concluded with a round table on the subject of literature texts brought to the screen.
The second day began with a master class on the subject of Russian language and body language in multi-modal communication, given by Dr. Kreidlin of RSUH.
Dr. Vavzinchak, of the Institute of Eastern Slavic Philology (Jagiellonian University) gave a lecture on translations of modern Russian literature into Polish of the period starting from 1991.
Dr. Evgrafova, of the Department of Russian Language of RSUH, spoke on the difficulties arising from reading modern Russian prose.
The day ended with a round table on verbal and non-verbal communication in Russian language.