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Media Literacy Days in Yerevan // Day 2

November 22 @ 16:00 - 20:00

Goethe-Zentrum Eriwan invites you on 21-22 November to an event for Armenian and Russian experts on media literacy and current issues of the media community.
– On 22.11.2022 at 18:30: a lecture by Lev Oborin „How and why “Polka” was made: strategies of niche media”.
In addition to the lectures, the event will include a discussion and a round table for experience exchange between Armenian and Russian experts. They will discuss how Armenia and Russia understand the thematic field of media literacy, what problems they consider the most important and what are the best ways to solve them.
The working languages of the lectures and discussions are Armenian and Russian.
The events will take place as part of a joint program between Goethe-Institut and the project “How to Read Media.”
About the panelist:
Lev Oborin, editor-in-chief of the project “Polka,” on media initiatives broadcasting humanities knowledge, how digitalization relates to the literary canon, and how the classics interact with the present.
The website “Polka,” launched in 2018, offers „a new perspective on the classics of Russian literature“: what is this novelty and how can we even talk about the literary canon in the modern era, which associates the canon with norms and propaganda? Lev Oborin, editor-in-chief of the project “Polka,” will tell how and why one of the most prominent literary projects of recent years was created, and what an unbiased approach to classical culture can give to contemporary culture.
The lecture will take place in Russian, with a translation into Armenian.

Details

Datum:
November 22
Zeit:
16:00 - 20:00

Veranstaltungsort

Goethe-Zentrum Eriwan
Mher Mkrtchyan Str. 1
Yerevan, 0010 Armenia
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