International Dostoevsky Symposium XVII // 17-го симпозиума IDS

IDS XVII will be held in the summer of 2019 in Boston. // Местом проведения 17-го симпозиума IDS является Бостон (США).

 

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Dostoevsky panels at ASEEES 2016!

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by Greta Matzner-Gore ASEEES is just around the corner, and we’re looking forward to attending the many exciting panels on Dostoevsky. To help spread the word, we’ve compiled two lists:…

Envisioning Crime and Punishment: an Interview with Andrew O’Keefe

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Alexander Burry discusses film making, Dostoevsky, and a new Crime and Punishment film with Australian director Andrew O’Keefe of Apocalypse Films. Introduction Director Andrew O’Keefe’s Crime and Punishment (Apocalypse Films, 2015) is…

Ivan Karamazov reviews Crime and Punishment

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by Ivan Karamazov, with help from Brian Armstrong For my thirtieth birthday, my brother gave me a novel called Crime and Punishment by a well-known Russian author. The novel was published back…

The Four Raskolnikovs and the Confessional Dream

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by Amy D. Ronner I am a law professor who teaches criminal procedure, a course which covers the constitutional protections for those accused of or charged with crimes. One of…

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