Fourth Nevada Conference on Russian Culture is planned for November 16-19, 2018. Among conference participants are Natalia Ivanova, Mikhail Epstein, Aleksandr Zholkovsky, Viktor Shenderovich, Leonid Gozman, and Lev Gudkov. In connection with this symposium, Russian Journal of Communication will publish a special issue titled "Russian Intelligentsia at the Crossroads: Political Agendas, Rhetorical Strategies, Personal Choices."

Third Nevada Conference and Russian Art Festival
were conducted at the University of Nevada November 19-22, 2000. The Center for Democratic Culture hosted two dozen Russian artists, scholars and intellectuals who discussed the plight of the artists after the demise of the Soviet Union and staged art exhibitions, poetry readings, and musical performances. Click here to find out about Third Nevada Conference on Russian Culture and Russian Art Festival.

Second Nevada Conference on Russian Culture was staged in November 24-25, 1997. It focused on the interfaces between art and society and examined the role that culture plays in the transformation of society. Click on the link to find out about the Second Nevada Conference on Russian Culture.

First Nevada Conference on Soviet Culture took place November 23-24, 1992. This gathering dealt with perestroika and glasnost and the contradictory role that cultural elites play in Russian democratic reforms. Click on the link to find out about the First Nevada Conference on Soviet Culture.