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    Public Lecture and Meetings with Students at Davidson College

     

    I had a very enjoyable visit to Davidson College in North Carolina on September 7-8, with a public lecture about The Black Russian and meetings with two classes in which students had read the book.  During the discussions the students raised lots of interesting points and asked intelligent questions, focusing on the "seams" in the story.  Many thanks to all the sponsors--the Russian Studies, Africana Studies, and History departments, the Public Lectures Committee, and the Dean Rusk International Studies Program--and especially the organizers, Professor Amanda Ewington and Professsor Roman Utkin (who just completed his Ph. D. in Yale's Slavic Department and joined the Davidson faculty in August, beginning what everyone who knows him also knows will be a brilliant career).

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