TÜHI's Venia Legendi lectures 2020

Everyone is welcome to TÜHI's Venia Legendi public lectures.

TÜHI Venia Legendi loengud


May 8th 11.00-12.00 Kapitolina Fedorova Professor of Russian Studies “Challenging monolingual bias: Linguistic landscape studies and university public engagement with urban multilingualism” Zoom
May 8th     12.00-13.00 Boris Lanin Professor of Russian Studies "Methods of teaching Russian literature the 20-21st cc." Zoom
May 8th     14.00-15.00 Vera Skvirskaja

Professor of Russian Studies

"The Roots and Routes of Russian Demotic Authoritarianism in present-day Europe" Zoom
May 8th     15.00-16.00 Jan Levchenko Professor of Russian Studies “Some kind of Wonderful. The Image of the West in the Soviet TV series” Zoom
May 8th     16.00-17.00 Inna Tigountsova Professor of Russian Studies "Death, Disorder, and Diaspora: (Un)Russianness in Petrushevskaia's Number One, or In the Gardens of Other Opportunities (2004)" Zoom
May 13th     14.00-15.00 Eneken Laanes Professor of Comparative Literature "Translating Memories" Zoom
May 13th        15.00-16.00 Carla Taban Professor of Comparative Literature "Samuel Beckett and Art: Some Issues in Comparative Literature" Zoom
May 14th   11.00-12.00 Frank (Jochen) Kraushaar Professor of Chinese Studies "Between Classics and Digital Humanities: On the Rise of a New Discourse in Chinese Studies"


May 14th      12.00-13.00 Lisa Indraccolo Professor of Chinese Studies "Ancient Chinese Concepts of 'Change' and Their Contemporary Relevance"


May 14th      13.00-14.00 Martin Woesler Professor of Chinese Studies "China’s Social Credit System – Society and Politics between decentralized, indirect AI control and centralized, autocratic disciplinary action"