The Legacy of Alexei Navalny
Public Life, Religion and Politics

The Legacy of Alexei Navalny The Russia Question hosts Sr. Vassa Larin and Sergei Chapnin

The Russia Question is a web series devoted to all things Russia, hosted by the Russian program director at Fordham University (Lincoln Center), Professor Michael Ossorgin, with generous support from the Orthodox Christian Studies Center. In this episode, Prof. Ossorgin welcomes guests Sr. Vassa Larin and Sergei Chapnin to discuss the legacy of the late…

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The Karamazov Case
Culture and Arts, Theology

The Karamazov Case The Russia Question Hosts Terrence Tilley

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. This episode features an interview with theologian Terrence Tilley about his book “The Karamazov Case: Dostoevsky’s Argument for his Vision” (T&T…

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The Russo-Ukrainian War
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The Russo-Ukrainian War The Russia Question Hosts Serhii Plokhy

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. This episode features a book talk with Serhii Plokhy on his recent book The Russo-Ukrainian War: The Return of History. Book…

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American Slavery and Russian Serfdom in the Post-Emancipation Imagination
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American Slavery and Russian Serfdom in the Post-Emancipation Imagination The Russia Question Hosts Amanda Brickell Bellows

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. This episode features a conversation with Amanda Brickell Bellows on her recent book American Slavery and Russian Serfdom in the Post-Emancipation…

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