Hungary’s leading theater director, Béla Pintér joins Dartmouth faculty to discuss German, Hungarian and Russian culture under 20th century Communism. Followed by a photo exhibit.
Panel—Secrets & Spies: Artists in the Eastern Bloc
PROGRAMMED IN CONJUNCTION WITH BÉLA PINTÉR AND COMPANY
Pintér joins faculty to discuss German, Hungarian and Russian culture under 20th century Communism, including government surveillance, censorship, samizdat and the fetishization of folk traditions. Co-sponsored by the Dickey Center and the Hopkins Center for the Arts.
Stuart Finkel Visiting Associate Professor of History and Russian Studies
Yuliya Komska Associate Professor of German
Edit Nagy Hungarian Language Lecturer, University of Florida’s Center for European Studies
Béla Pintér Director of Our Secrets
Moderated by Stephanie Pacheco, Hopkins Center for the Arts
The panel discussion will be followed by a reception and exhibit of photos in the Haldeman Center's Russo Gallery by Norwich, VT photographer Seth Goodwin. Goodwin's "Images from the Soviet Union, 1988" will be on display from January 9th - January 18th. For more information on the exhibit read this article from the Valley News and this piece from the Daily UV.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.