“Avant-garde and Totalitarianism Revisited: Soviet Visual Culture, 1920s-1940s” Northwestern University, March 4-5

Avant-garde and Totalitarianism Revisited: Soviet Visual Culture,
1920s-1940s/ will take place March 4 from 5-8pm and March 5 from
1-7:30pm. This conference is co-organized by Art History Professor
Christina Kiaer and Ph.D. candidate Angelina Lucento.
It is made possible by generous support from the Florence H. and Eugene E. Myers
Charitable Trust Fund, with additional support from:

The Department of Art History
The Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities
The Slavic, East European, and Jewish Studies Cluster
Department of German
Department of Radio, Television, Video, and Film

Northwestern University
1880 Campus Drive room 3-400
Evanston, IL 60208

phone 847-491-3230

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