Tamizdat Project Summer School (Tallinn, Estonia)

Deadline: April 1, 2024

You are cordially invited to join our Tamizdat Project Summer School 2024! In
partnership with Nemirovsky Summer School and Hunter College CUNY, this year
we plan to spend four weeks in Tallinn, Estonia, exploring the first
publications, circulation, and reception of banned books from the Soviet Union
and Eastern Europe abroad during the Cold War. Please join us for this
exciting journey!

By enrolling in the program, you will able to take our special course
Tamizdat: Contraband Literature from the USSR and Eastern Europe through
Hunter College, sign up for Russian language courses offered by our hosts in
Tallinn, and listen to a variety of lecture courses by some of the most
prominent scholars and cultural figures from around the world! The program
also features field trips to Helsinki, Finland, and Riga, Latvia.

Hunter College students will earn 3 credits by enrolling in the “Tamizdat”
course, and/or more credits for Russian language. Students outside Hunter will
be able to transfer credits, pending approval of their home colleges and
universities. The program, however, is open to all: non-CUNY and non-degree
students are also welcome to apply!

To apply through Hunter, please visit the Education Abroad office for details
and fees (non-CUNY students, including out-of-state residents, please consult
Hunter tuition rates here). To apply through the Nemirovsky Summer School
directly, please fill out the registration form.

Program duration:

•       June 24 – July 19 | 4 weeks | tamizdat course only
•       June 10 – July 19 | 6 weeks | all other courses

Application deadline:

•       April 1, 2024


Nemirovsky Summer School: http://nemirovsky-school.com

Hunter College, Education Abroad:

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