INVITED TALKS, LECTURES AND PRESENTATIONS
“Millennium of Christianity among the Slavs: Czechoslovakia, Poland, Yugoslavia (Serbia-Croatia)”, Twenty First Annual Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop at the University of Chicago, the US, April 20.
“A Laboratory for Humanists, Scientists in Everyday Life: A Shot of Vodka and Cages for Lice”, the Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge, the University of Chicago, February 5.
“Large-scale History of the Middle Ages. From Rus’ to Western Africa”, 20th Annual Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Chicago, April 21.
“The Culture of Emigration: The Case of Left-wing Exiled Intellectuals”, Slavic Colloquium, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Chicago, February 13.
“Comparative Literature, and the World(-) System Theory: An Anti-Eurocentric Perspective on European Literature”, Guangxi Normal University, Guilin, China, November 21.
“Mytho-Logic of Memory. Battle of Kosovo, 1389”, 19th Annual Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA, April 15.
“Manfred Kridl, East-Central European Emigration, and Slavic Studies (not only) at Columbia”, Polish Language at Columbia: History and Functionality, the East Central European Center, Department of Slavic Languages, and Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York, USA, April 10.
Seminar with James Clifford from University of California, Santa Cruz; AMU, Poznań, Poland; draft paper: Alternative Histories – Writing Strategy – A Comparative Approach, May 2.
“Polska – Czechy. Europa Środkowo-Wschodnia – Europa Środkowa” [“Poland – Czech. East-Central Europe – Central Europe”]. Conference: Žánry živé, mrtvé, revitalizované, [Alive, Lifeless, Revitalized Genre], University in Opava (Czech Republic), June 29-30.