Eurasia on Screen. Research seminar sponsored by BIRTHA.

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'Eurasia on Screen' is the first in a series of three research seminars focused on 'Eurasian Connections: Culture | Identity | Power', sponsored by the Bristol Institute for Research in the Arts and Humanities (BIRTHA). 'Eurasia on Screen' focuses on how gender and national identity plays out in the cinema of Georgia and Kazakhstan. It features two speakers: Dr Rico Isaacs, Oxford Brookes University Butter, Bureacrats and Corruption: A socio-economic narrative of national identity in contemporary Kazakh cinema Dr Lilya Kaganovsky, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Was there a Soviet Women's Cinema? Lana Gogoberidze's 'A Few Interviews on Personal Matters'
Period9 Dec 2016
Event typeSeminar
LocationBristol, United KingdomShow on map


  • Film studies
  • Central Asia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Georgia
  • Gender studies
  • Soviet Union
  • Political science