A scientific conference was held at the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow

The international scientific conference "Translation as a factor in the international cultural history of Russia - Slavs - Europe", in which our professors also participated, was held in Moscow from 19-22. April.

At the invitation of the organizer, the Institute of Slavic Studies Russian Academy of Sciences, Dean of the Faculty of Philological Sciences of the Pan-European University Larisa Čović and Professor Branimir Čović participated in the work of this conference, as well as in the work of the jury when awarding prizes for the most successful translations of classical Slovenian poetry into the modern Russian language. At the opening ceremony, academician Branimir Čović greeted the organizer and participants of the conference on behalf of the Pan-European University and on behalf of the absent representatives of the Embassy of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

On the first day of the Conference, at the plenary session, Prof. Dr. Branimir Čović presented the results of his long-term research under the title "The place of translation in comparative literature research (from translation to reception and literary connections - genetic and typological)", and in the afternoon session he chaired a round table entitled "The role of Russia in spreading knowledge about Slavism".

On the second day at the morning session, Prof. Ph.D. Larisa Čović presided over the work of the "Translation in the Development of National Cultures" section, and in the afternoon she announced the results of the research entitled "Two Translations of Vladimir Nabokov's Memoirs into Serbian and Croatian".

Professors Larisa and Branimir Čović actively participated in the work of the "Translation in the Development of Slovenian Language and Literature" section.

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