Public Program

Your Language My Ear 2019, an intensive poetry translation workshop, will take place March 13-20, 2019, at Princeton University and the University of Pennsylvania. The following events are free and open to the public. Please come to hear about contemporary Russian (and American!) poetry, translation, and other matters! For updates, follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Please click on the events below for more information on events, or explore the other pages in this website.

Friday, March 15th, 4:00pm:
Screening of Keti Chukhrov’s dramatic video work, Communion, East Pyne Hall, Room 010, Princeton University, 4:00pm 

Saturday, March 16th, 4:00pm:

Your Language My Ear Bilingual poetry reading and Q&A on Contemporary Russian Poetry and Translation in East Pyne Hall, Room 010, Princeton University, 4:00-6:00 pm

Tuesday, March 19th, 4:30pm:

The World Today presents: Russian Public Culture and LGBT Identities: A Roundtable, with Dmitry Kuzmin, Galina Rymbu, Stephanie Sandler, and Anastasiya Osipova, Perry World House, 3803 Locust Walk, University of Pennsylvania, 4:30-5:30pm

Tuesday, March 19th, 6:00pm:

Your Language My Ear Bilingual Reading and Q&A on Contemporary Russian Poetry and Translation, The Arts Café at Kelly Writers House, 3805 Locust Walk, University of Pennsylvania6:00-8:00pm (reception to follow reading)

Wednesday, March 20th, 12:00pm:

Translation as Process and Product: A Discussion and Poetry Reading, The Arts Café at the Kelly Writers House, 3805 Locust Walk, University of Pennsylvania: 12:00-1:30pm (lunch will be served)

Wednesday, March 20th, 6:00pm:

Your Language, My Ear: Bilingual Poetry Reading, Elizabeth Hemmerdinger Center (Room 706, Hunter East), Hunter College, 6:00pm


Our sponsors in 2019 include: at Princeton University: the Bain-Swiggett Fund (English Department), the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, the Humanities Council, the Princeton Institute of International and Regional Studies (PIIRS), and the Princeton Program in Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies (REEES); and at the University of Pennsylvania: the University Research Foundation, the Department of English, the Department of Russian and East European Studies, the Program in Comparative Literature, the Sachs Program for Arts Innovation, and Writers Without Borders (Kelly Writers House).

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