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December 9, 2012

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Karen Shakhnazarov's first war film White Tiger, was inspired by Herman Melville's Moby Dick and was Russia's contender in the best foreign-language movie Oscar for 2012. After Red Army Sergeant Ivan Naydenov barely survives a brutal battle with a mysterious Panzer tank, he becomes obsessed with destroying it at any cost.


This event at the Russian Embassy is open to all AU and DC Consortium …more

Type: Film/Movie

Host: Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History

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Round-table discussion of contemporary relations between Russia and the US between students from American University (Washington, DC) and MGIMO University (Moscow) moderated by Matthew Rojansky (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace) and Anton Fedyashin (American University). The roundtable will precede the symposium dedicated to the Kennedy address and one student will present the …more

Type: Conference

Host: Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History

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On June 10, 1963, President John F. Kennedy addressed AU's graduating class with a speech that has been called "one of the great state papers of American History." Entitled "A Strategy of Peace," it acknowledged the role that stereotypes and misrepresentation played in the Cold War (see also: JFK's AU Speech: 50 Years Forward on Peace).

Taking its cue from JFK's insights, the symposium will …more

Type: Lecture/Speaker

Host: Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History

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Depicting a worker strike in 1903, Sergei Eisenstein's first full-length film, Strike, utilizes cross-cut footage and cinematic metaphor as it champions the advantages of collective action over "bourgeois" individualism. Enjoy delicious Russian food and great cinema. Bring a friend for a special night out with the AU Initiative for Russian Culture.

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American University's Initiative for Russian Culture in partnership with the Open World Leadership Center and The Brubeck Institute present

An American-Russian Tribute to Jazz Diplomacy with jazz great Igor Butman at the National Building Museum.

We invite you to a special evening with Igor Butman and the premiere of the US-Russia Rising Stars Jazz Band. This event at the National Building …more

Type: Concert

Host: Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History

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