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Sunday, May 5, 2019

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Eisenstein's History of Art: An International Symposium at the Amherst Center for Russian Culture

EISENSTEIN'S HISTORY OF ART: AN INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
Amherst Center for Russian Culture, Amherst College, May 3-5 2019
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Friday, May 3
1:00 Symposium Welcome
Amelie Hastie, Professor, Film and Media Studies, Amherst College
1:15-3:15 Panel I
CHAIR: Shahruz Ghaemi '19
Michael Kunichika, “Eisenstein in the Valley of Man: Prehistory and
Disfiguration"
Joan Neuberger, “‘Only Art’: Michelangelo, Picasso, and Other
Failures”
Aleksandra Jach, “Eisenstein as Method"
3:30-5:30 Roundtable: “Curating Eisenstein”
CHAIR: Galina Mardilovich, Curator of Russian and European Art, Mead Art
Museum
Ada Ackerman, Aleksandra Jach, Pierluca Nardoni, Marie Rebecchi, Elena Vogman
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Saturday, May 4
10:00-12:00 Panel II
CHAIR: Maya Mizrahi '21
Yuri Tsivian, “Eisenstein's Visual Rhetoric on Paper and on Film”
Karla Oeler, “Eisenstein and Hogarth”
Pierluca Nardoni, “Struggling over Abstraction: Eisenstein and Malevich”
12:00-1:00 Lunch

1:00-3:00 Panel III
CHAIR: Alice Jackson '21
Daria Khitrova, “Eisenstein and Dance”
Evgenii Bershtein, “‘Degenerates in Power’: Contexts for ‘Ivan the
Terrible’”
Ada Ackerman, “Eisenstein, Rodin, and Sculpture”
3:10-3:30 Screening of “Actors of Profane History” (dir. Elena Vogman,
Clemens von Wedemeyer, 2017)
3:30-5:30 Panel IV
CHAIR: David Finn (Hampshire College, '20)
Elena Vogman, “Actors of Profane History: Reading Eisenstein with
Warburg”
Marie Rebecchi, “Eisenstein, Bataille, Painlevé. From Gnosticism to
Animism”
Devin Fore, “Eisenstein and Eidetics”
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Sunday, May 5
10:00-12:00 Participants Roundtable
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All events held at the Amherst Center for Russian Culture (202 Webster Hall).
The symposium is supported by the ACRC and the Amherst College Film and Media
Studies Program.