Dostoevsky Conference
in Denton

UNT and TWU

Free and Open to the Public

UNT: Wednesday, November 10, 1999

 Time Place Presentations
 11:00 - 11:50 Terrill Hall 121 "Gender and Kinship in Dostoevsky's Fiction and Slavic Prehistory" by Professor Gary Cos, SMU Director of Russian Studies, Author of Tyrant and Victim in Dostoevsky (Slavica, 1984) and Crime and Punishment: A Mind to Murder (Twayne, 1990).
 12:00 Noon   Lunch Break
 1:00 - 1:50 Stovall Hall 172 Selections from "The Grand Inquisitor," performed by Roger Heathcott, English Actor whose roles in Great Britain include Shylock, Falstaff and Willy Loman.
 2:00 - 3:20 Biology 304 "The Village of Stepahchikovo," by Ignat Avsey, Translator of The Karamazov Brothers. (Oxford University Press, World's Classics paperback, 1994) and The Village of Stepanchikovo and Its Inhabitants (Penguin, 1995).

TWU: Thursday, November 11, 1999

 Time Place Presentations
 9:30 - 10:45 am ATC-3 (Clock Tower) "Character Making in Dostoevsky's Fiction," by Ignat Avsey, Translator and Dostoevsky Scholat, with Roger Heathcott, English Actor and Translator. Audience Dialogue with the speakers. 


Please feel free to telephone or E-mail Professor Joe Barnhart,
Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies, UNT (940) 387-3290 or barnhart@unt.edu.


For special accommodation, contact us at 565-2266 or philosophy@unt.edu



PHIL - UNT - November 12, 1999