FeaturedVirtual EventFriday12April12:0012:00 pm(GMT-04:00) View in my timeFyodor Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov: A New TranslationA Conversation with Michael Katz

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Join Michael Ossorgin for a captivating book talk on Michael Katz’s invigorating new translation of The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky. The rightly acclaimed Katz has published fifteen translations of Russian novels. This powerful new translation vivifies Dostoevsky’s masterpiece with precise language that delivers the novel’s piercing humor and startling insights.

The Russia Question is a book talk series devoted to all things Russia, hosted by Russian program director at Fordham University (LC) Prof. Michael Ossorgin, with generous support from the Orthodox Christian Studies Center.

  • Michael Ossorgin

    Michael Ossorgin

    Director of Russian Program at Fordham University

    Michael Ossorgin joined the Modern Languages and Literatures faculty at Fordham University in 2016. His research focuses on narrative and visual art. He writes about visual polyphony in Dostoevsky’s poetics, specifically how paintings and imagery create narrative zones in which Dostoevsky’s famous d…

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Orthodox Christian Studies Center at Fordham

The Orthodox Christian Studies Center provides a space within a university setting for engagement with Orthodox Christianity by undergraduate and graduate students, participating faculty, and friends. It seeks to promote understanding of Orthodox Christianity in Western Culture; to preserve and perpetuate a vibrant Orthodox Christian tradition in America; to articulate the value and relevance of the Orthodox Christian tradition; and to promote ecumenical dialogue and relations, especially with Roman Catholicism.

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