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November 2020

Cambridge Russian Winter Course 2020 Online

Saturday 28 November, 2020, 09:00 - Sunday 6 December, 2020, 21:00

We are delighted to announce that, by popular demand, we have decided to re-run our online Russian course that took place at the end of August 2020. This course is short and spread out, to avoid both the physical and psychological strain of computer work. A major advantage is that you will be able to enjoy the online lessons without having to travel or commute, and you can join us from any ‘corner’ of the globe. We shall follow our…

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December 2020

CamRuSS Pre-Christmas Social Gathering

Sunday 13 December, 2020, 19:00 - 20:30

You are all welcome to take part and join us with a glass of your favourite drink and snacks to celebrate the upcoming festive season! Regardless of whether or not you speak Russian, are a member of CamRuSS, or only thinking of joining, you are welcome to join us for our very merry meeting! The idea is to keep up our usual spirit of friendship, camaraderie, and mutual support, albeit online this year. We are open to offers of help…

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Online Cooking Class of Authentic Georgian Cuisine with Elena Riddle

Friday 18 December, 2020, 19:00 - 20:30

Niko Pirosmani, Company Bego (1907) This will be the first class in a series of virtual cooking classes we are planning to deliver over the next year with the aim to cover the diversity and rich heritage of the national dishes represented by the members of the Russian speaking community. Elena Riddle is a food blogger who was born and grew up in Batumi, Georgia. She currently lives in Letchworth and runs a masterclass ‘Lena Cooks You Eat’ on YouTube…

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January 2021

“The National Republics of Russia’s Southwest: Dagestan and Kalmykia Compared” with Dr Edward Holland and Dr Elvira Churyumova – Friday, 15 January, 19:00

Friday 15 January, 19:00 - 20:30
Zoom United Kingdom

The Sulakskiy Canyon, Dagestan and the Single Poplar Tree, Kalmykia Far from the Orthodox Cathedrals of Moscow and Russia’s heartland, in the country’s southwest, are two neighbouring regions where other religious traditions predominate. The republic of Dagestan, in Russia’s North Caucasus, is a diverse place where Islam has been practised for more than a millennium. Just to Dagestan’s north is the Buddhist-practising republic of Kalmykia. This presentation contrasts these two places, drawing on their differences but also noting similarities between…

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