This one-day symposium, the third in a series organised by the ‘Scotland and Russia: Cultural Encounters Since 1900’ Project, aims to explore the history of Scottish-Russian cultural exchange and influence. For the first time, it will also look at the nineteenth-century roots of twentieth-century perceptions across a range of talks on literature, translation, performance and revolutionary politics. Keynote speakers include Dr Dmitry Fedosov of the Institute of General History, Russian Academy of Sciences and Billy Kay, producer of ‘The Scots in Russia’ series for BBC Radio Scotland.
The symposium is sponsored by the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Scottish Centre for Global History at the University of Dundee
Further details and a full programme are available here.
The event is free but places are limited, so please register here: