A page detailing forthcoming and past events that are of relevance to the Anglo-Russian Research Network.


ARRN Conference, University of Exeter – July 2022


Online events for winter 2020 in association with Pushkin House:

  • Friday 6 November: ‘The Ark of the Translator – Muireann Maguire on John Bowring’
  • Friday 13 November: ‘Marian Fell – Translation Work as a Reflection of Life Ventures’ – Anna Maslenova
  • Friday 20 November: ‘Around and About the Other Shore: Russian Political Émigrés in London’ – Ben Phillips
  • Friday 27 November: ‘Translating Great Russian Literature – Penguin Russian Classics’ – Cathy McAteer
  • Friday 4 December: ‘The “other side of the picture”: the Soviet City and Countryside in 1930s British Travel Accounts’ – Nicholas Hall
  • Friday 11 December: ‘Contemporary Russian Literature in Translation: Not the Next Tolstoy’ – Sarah Gear

See the Reading Group page for more information on these.

13-15 April 2018: BASEES Annual Conference

Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.

28 April 2017: Revolution!: Ireland and Russia in the wake of 1917

Maynooth University, Ireland.

11–12 November 2016: ‘Russian Literature in Comparative Perspective’

Higher School of Economics, Moscow.

21–3 October 2016: Moffat Russian Conference, ‘Poets and Power’

Moffat, Scotland.

7 October 2016: Crossing the Borders: Anglo-Russian Contact Zones 1880s-1940s

The Department of European, American and Intercultural Studies, University of Rome Sapienza.

1-5 August 2016: Residential Russian Summer School

Girton College, Cambridge.

8-9 July 2016: Forgotten Geographies in the Fin de Siècle, 1880-1920

Birkbeck College, University of London.

27–8 July 2015: Sixth International Conference: Language, Culture and Society in Russian/English Studies

Institute of English Studies, Senate House, University of London.

4 July 2015: SCRSS Open Day

SCRSS, London.

10–11 April 2015:  Scotland and Russia: Cultural Perception Since 1900

University of Aberdeen.

7–8 November 2014: ‘Back to the USSR? Drama and Theatre in Putin’s Russia’: A Workshop on 21st-century Russian theatre

Wolfson College, University of Oxford.

17 October 2014: ‘Scotland and Russia: Performance Since 1900’

Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Reid Concert Hall, University of Edinburgh.

19 September 2014: Workshop at the British Library to mark the UK-Russian Year of Culture, 2014.

21–5 July, 2014: Residential Russian Summer School

Russian-Summer-School 2014 reducedAlston Hall, Alston Lane, Longridge, Preston PR3 3BP

RiB - June2009June 2009: Russia in Britain Conference – Institute of English Studies, Senate House, London

Call for papers and the programme can be accessed here.

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