Conceptualizing the Human in Slavic and Eurasian Culture

An Interdisciplinary Conference at Princeton University

Panel 3: Personhood in Russian Thought

FRIDAY October 18th, 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm

East Pyne 010

Presenters

(Click the paper title for an abstract)

Alexandre Gontchar, Harvard: “Language as a Means of Production: The Adventures of Sensuous Particular in the Land of the Universal

Maya Larson, University of Oregon: “Why Does the Rusalka Have to Die?: Gippius’ Critique of Necrotheology in Sacred Blood

Keith Walmsley, University of St. Andrews: “The Conceptualization of the Human in the Works of Aleksandr Vel’tman”

Chair: David Hock, Princeton

Discussant: Randall Poole, College of St. Scholastica

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