Nancy Condee

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Nancy Condee is a professor at the University of Pittsburgh in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures and served as the head of the Cultural Studies department from 1995 to 2006.[1] Her field is contemporary Russian cinema and cultural politics.[2]

Life and work[edit]

Condee received her Ph.D. at Yale University.[2]

She is co-organizer, with Vladimir Padunov, of the Pittsburgh Film Symposium, held each year in May at the University of Pittsburgh.[3] Her most recent book, The Imperial Trace: Recent Russian Cinema, won the Society for Cinema and Media Studies' Katherine Singer Kovacs Book Award.[4] The book, published by Oxford University Press, focuses on contemporary Russian cinema.