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Holly Elizabeth Myers
“A Form of Public Protest: Offensiveness and Spectacle in Pussy Riot Performances,” AATSEEL, Chicago, January 2014.
“Where is dom, what is rodina, and whose is the tunduk? Questions of Belonging in Contemporary Kyrgyz Literature,” ASEEES, Boston, November 2013.
“How does Myshkin Communicate? The Misstep of ‘Double Thought’ in Dialogue,” AATSEEL, Boston, January 2013.
“Shalamov's Call to Arms in 'Major Pugachev's Last Battle,'” Canadian Slavists' Association National Conference, Quebec, May 2010.
“Chingiz Aitmatov's Proshchai, Gul'sary!: Fading Worlds in Post-WWII Soviet Kyrgyz Fiction,” Harvard Graduate Students' Conference, Cambridge, MA, April 2010.
“No Exit for Chekhov’s Sleeping Ladies,” AAASS Mid-Atlantic Slavic Conference, Swarthmore College, March 2010.
“Ilf and Petrov’s Zolotoj Telenok: A Satirical Depiction of Soviet Influence in Turkestan,” Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Gainesville, FL, March 2010.
“Tolstoy in Tarkovsky: Themes of Art, Autobiography, and Childhood,” University of Chicago Annual Slavic Forum, Chicago, April 2009.
“Kreutzer Sonatas: Beethoven and Tolstoy,” Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Charlottesville, March 2009.
“Russian Literature in Kyrgyzstan at the Beginning of the 21st Century” by Bakhtiyar Koichuyev, translation from Russian into English, Vestnik: Journal of Russian and Asian Studies, 10 August 2011.
“Nocturnal Escape for Chekhov's Sleeping Ladies,” article, Symposion: A Journal of Russian Thought, Philadelphia: U of the Arts, 2010: v. 15, pp. 21-36.
“Ilf and Petrov’s Zolotoj Telenok: Russian at the Periphery, Asian at the Core. A Satirical Depiction of Soviet Influence in Turkestan,” article, Studies in Slavic Cultures, Pittsburgh: U of Pittsburgh, August 2010: v. IX, pp. 43-65.