Russian Emigration in Historical Perspective Russians in California by qos48214

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									University of California, Berkeley
Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

          Russian Emigration in Historical
          Perspective: Russians in California
                                                           34th Annual Teacher Outreach Conference
                                                                    Toll Room, Alumni House
                                                                    UC Berkeley Campus
                8:30-9:00 - Registration                            Saturday, May 3, 2008


                9:00-10:00 - Fort Ross and the Russian Empire in
                California. Ilya Vinkovetsky. Assistant Professor of
                History, Simon Fraser University

                10:00 - 11:00 - Russians in California: The First and
                Second Post-Revolutionary Waves, 1918-1955. Anatol
                Shmelev. Project Archivist, Hoover Institution,
                Stanford University

                11:00 - 12:00 - Russians in Hollywood/ Hollywood on
                Russia. Olga Matich. Department of Slavic
                Languages and Literatures, UC Berkeley

                12 noon - 1:30 Lunch Break

                1:30 - 2:30 - The Third Wave of Russian Immigration:
                California Dreaming at the End of the Cold War.
                Paul Belasky. Assistant Professor of Geology and
                Geography, Ohlone College

                2:30 - 3:30 - The History of Immigration in
                California. Kerwin Klein. Associate Professor of
                History, UC Berkeley

                3:30 - 4:30 - Russophobia in America After 9/11.
                Andrei Tsygankov. Associate Professor of
                International Relations and Political Science,
                San Francisco State University

                4:30 - Reception
Open to educators and to the public. Advance registration is requested, but
there is no fee to attend. Please provide your name, contact information, and, if
applicable, school affiliation and grade level to:
                University of California, Berkeley
                Institute of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies
                260 Stephens Hall #2304
                Berkeley, California 94720-2304
                Tel: (510) 643-5844 Fax: (510) 643-5045 iseees@berkeley.edu
                http://iseees.berkeley.edu/outreach2.html
This conference was made possible by a grant from the US Department of Education under Title VI.
                 Image courtesy of the Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley

								
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