Fotogallery: Presentation of Elena's Book about Italian Food Culture, Panama, November 2017

Elena Kostioukovitch presented her book “Why Italians Love to Talk About Food”, as part of the Semana de la Gastronomía Italiana (Week of Italian Gastronomy), in November 2017, at Sociedad Italiana de Panama. >>

25 November 2017 - "A look at Italian cuisine through foreign eyes", La Estrella

Elena Kostioukovitch delves into Italian cuisine in a logical and systematic way, that has led Italians to rediscover their culture and history. >>

21 November 2017 - Conference at Universidad de Panama: "Traducción: transformación vs adaptatión"

On November 21 2017, at 10 am, Elena Kostioukovitch took part in a conference at the University of Panama about literary translation. >>

21 November 2017 - Presentation of Elena's Book about Italian Food Culture, Panama

Elena Kostioukovitch travelled to Panama to present her book “Why Italians Love to Talk About Food”, as part of the Semana de la Gastronomía Italiana (Week of Italian Gastronomy), on 21 November 2017, at Sociedad Italiana de Panama. >>

10 November 2017 - Panamá: here comes a book about Italian cuisine, La Gente d'Italia 10/11/ 2017

Elena Kostioukovitch is coming to Panamà on 21 November 2017 to present her book “Why Italians Love to Talk About Food”. She will arrive to this Central-American country in the middle of the “Week of Italian Gastronomy” feast. >>

7 October 2017 - Cento anni dopo. La Russia nuova, la Russia eterna - Interview for Swiss Radio Television, Channel 2

On 7 October 2017 Elena Kostioukovitch participated in an interview, in which also Sergio Romano and Evgeny Utkin took part, for the radio program “Moby Dick” on the Swiss Radio RSI LA 2. The topic was the Russian Revolution. >>

16-17 September 2017, Glasgow, Scotland. Conference at the University of Glasgow

Ludmila Ulitskaya and Elena Kostioukovitch meet the Glasgow University students on the academic conference: “100 Years of Russian Studies at the University of Glasgow – Teaching, Research, Memory”. >>

19 May 2017, Varna, Bulgaria. Presentation of the Bulgarian edition of Elena Kostioukovitch's book "Why italians love to talk about food"

On 19 May 2017, in Varna, on the occasion of the grand opening of the touristic season, in partnership with Varna Radio, National Radio and Television of Bulgaria, there was a presentation of the Bulgarian edition of Elena Kostioukovitch’s book “Why italians love to talk about food”, published by Avliga Books in Sofia. >>

5 May 2017, Kiev, Ukraine. Commemorative ceremony in memory of Grigory Kostantinovsky

A commemorative plaque in honor of Grigory Benyaminovich Konstantinovsky, killed in the years of mass repression – grand-grandfather of Elena Kostioukovitch – has been affixed in Kiev on May 5, 2017. >>

11 May 2017. Interview with Elena Kostioukovitch - 24tv.ua

Elena Kostioukovitch made an interview for site “24tv.ua”, explaining what her travel to Kiev meant for her, what her generation has been deprived of by the Sovietic repression machine and why we can never forget about it. >>

3 May 2017. Elena Kostioukovitch for "Last Address" website

Text, written by Elena Kostioukovitch for “Last Address” website, for the day in which a commemorative plaque in honour of Grigory Benyaminovich Konstantinovsky will be attached to the wall of his house in Kiev, Shota Rustaveli St., n.23. >>

5 May 2017, Kiev, Ukraine. Commemorative ceremony

On 5 May 2017 at 14.00 a commemorative plaque in honour of Elena’s grand-grandfather, the engineer Grigory Benyaminovich Konstantinovsky, will be attached to the wall of his house in Kiev, Shota Rustaveli St., n.23. All welcome to the opening ceremony! >>

Carnival of Viareggio 2017

Elena Kostioukovitch participated in the 144th edition of the Carnival of Viareggio as a member of the jury. The majestic final parade of 37 floats and masks took place on the 26th of February… >>

Women in Dostoyevsky's literary work, - dialogue with Fausto Malcovati at Teatro Franco Parenti on the 14th of March 2017

Elena Kostioukovitch had a dialogue with Fausto Malcovati at Teatro Franco Parenti on the 14th of March 2017 at 7 pm about the role of women in Dostoyevsky’s literary work. >>

Fascist Marinetti fought against Italian pasta - tiempoar.com.ar, 12/02/17

Elena Kostioukovitch is Russian and she not only translated Umberto Eco’s novels into her language. She is also the author of “Why Italians Love to Talk About Food”, a book whose foreword has been written with pleasure by Umberto Eco himself. >>

Umberto Eco: through the mask of irony - la nacion, 23/12/16

Able to laugh even about his own funniness, Umberto Eco passed away just in time – suggests the translator of his works, author of this text – to avoid the troubles of senility; he leaves us a work which is truly indispensable. >>

Why Italians Love To Talk About Food - La Capital, 03/12/16

Elena Kostioukovitch’s book is an enchanting trip through geography and taste, to find out about history, culture and customs of Italy. >>

Elena Kostioukovitch: No writer is happy- la nacion, 09/12/16

The Russian translator and author of her own literary work, took her literary language from the great Italian writers; the advice given to her by Umberto Eco… >>

Why do we love to talk about food? - la nacion, 03/11/16

As she succeeded in translating every single level of Italian language, every regional inflection (in Italy there are as many dialects as people), the author put into words a trip from North to South in which food is what brings together all the parts of the journey… >>

What parmigiano tells us, clarin.com, 25 november 2016

From this italian postcard emerged one of the most delicious cuisines of the world, along with the intellectual creativity which was given, among many others, to the brilliant writer and intellectual Umberto Eco. >>
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