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Public Life, Religion and Politics Russia Question

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

  • Sister Vassa Larin

    Liturgiologist and Founder of Coffee with Sister Vassa

  • Sergei Chapnin

    Director of Communications at the Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University and chief editor of The Gifts (Дары), an almanac on contemporary Christian culture

  • Michael Ossorgin

    Director of Russian Program at Fordham University

Published on: April 12, 2024
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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 Russian dissident and Alexei Navalny.

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