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Literature, Culture, and Orthodoxy

Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Anabel Taylor Hall, Edward's Room
Anabel Taylor Hall, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

Deacon Nicholas Kotar is a fantasy author and translator based in Jordanville, NY. Years after receiving his degree in Russian literature from UC Berkeley, Dcn. Nicholas entered Holy Trinity Russian Orthodox Seminary where he now serves as their choir director. His written work, including Song of the Sirin and Curse of the Raven, finds particular inspiration from Russian fairytales, while his work as a translator focuses on Russian religious and historical texts.

For this talk, Nicholas Kotar will share his unique perspective as an author, musician, and deacon to explore the connections between literature, culture, and the Orthodox Christian faith. 

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Cultural

Contact E-Mail

ocfcornell@gmail.com

Contact Name

Sara

Speaker

Nicholas Kotar

Speaker Affiliation

Orthodox Christian Fellowship

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