9s Politics of Writing Lecture. “How to Make a Revolution: A Guide to Romania’s Fin-de-Siècle Media Spectacle as Performed by a Dying Regime, a Willing Populace, and the International Press Corps.”
LSA Collegiate Chair Inaugural Lecture. “Affective Communities: The Contradictions of National and Soviet Identity in the USSR.”
Frankel Center Lecture/Demonstration. “Petersburg vs. Moscow: Two Big Differences in Russian Klezmerland.”
CREES Brown Bag. “Four Angles of Vision on the Holocaust in the Soviet Union: Germans, ‘Collaborators,’ Jews, and the Soviet Government.”
CREES Brown Bag. “Grounding Socialism: Architecture, Archeology, and Conflicting Materialities in Bucharest’s Old Court Area (1953-1967).”
CREES Brown Bag. “Nationalism, Myth, and Politics: Russians and Serbs in the Dissolution of the Soviet Union and Yugoslavia.”
CREES Brown Bag. “Mirrors of Russian Imperial History: A Case of Ideological Construction of Empire in the Early Twentieth Century and a Reflection on Politics of Comparison in Contemporary Historical Debates.”
CREES Lecture - "What is Ukrainian about Ukraine's Pop Culture? The Strange Case of Verka Serduchka"
ASP Lecture - "The Changing Face of Armenia: Language, Culture, Religion and Minorities since Independence"
EIHS Lecture - "Peace and Order in the Cross Hairs: Everyday Life in Soviet and American Nuclear Cities"
Annual Haidostian Lecture - "The Geopolitics of the World Today: U.S. Policy at the Periphery of Russia"
CREES Lecture - "Fear and Loathing in Moscow: Covering 11 Time Zones and 15 Republics during Times of Great Change, 1989–1995"