Kristi Groberg, assistant professor of art history, attended the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies annual conference, Nov. 14-19, in New Orleans. She presented her paper, titled “Theofanis Stavrou’s 50 Years of Service to Eastern Orthodox Studies,” during a roundtable honoring Stavrou’s career as an active educator, researcher, author and mentor in various aspects of Slavic studies.
Groberg’s paper will be printed in the publication, “Festschrift in Honor of Theofanis G. Stavrou,” which was edited by Groberg and Soterios Stavrou. The publication is comprised of scholarly articles contributed by Stavrou’s students, colleagues and friends from throughout the world, and librarians, translators, cartographers, photographers, poets and musicians.
During the conference, Groberg also attended the annual meetings of the Association for Women in Slavic Studies and the Society for Historians of East European and Russian Art and Architecture, as well as scholarly panels and presentations that address her areas of expertise.
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