#KaramazovConference Showcases Wide Range of Perspectives

student panel

The Brothers Karamazov, written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky in 1880, discusses religion, socialism, free will, guilt, love, and father-son relationships, just to name a few topics. Boston University professor of Russian Literature, Yuri Corrigan, teaches a class on the novel and organized a symposium for professors and students to share their ideas and reactions to the novel. I summed up some key points of the day in this Twitter Moment, but the full range of coverage is on my Twitter account under the hashtag #karamazovconference.



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