Professor Harriet Murav has been awarded an IPRH faculty fellowship for academic year 2020-21 for her book project "Archive of Violence: The Literature of Abandonment and the Russian Civil War."
David L. Cooper PhD
- Czech literature
- Forgery and mystification
- History of translation
- Russian literature
- Nationalism in literature
- National Council for Eurasian and East European Research, Title VIII National Research Competition Grant
- SLAV 430 History of Translation
- SLAV 452 Eastern Europe and EU Integration
- SLAV 576 Methods in Slavic Grad Study
- RUSS 511 Russian Literature 1800-1855
- SLAV 477 Post-communist Fiction
- SLAV 120 Russian & E Euro Folktales
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The winner of the 2018 Nobel Prize in Literature, announced earlier this month, Polish novelist Olga Tokarczuk (born 1962), is one of postcommunist Europe’s most gifted and remarkable writers.
Slavic faculty have been busy, and the fruits of their labor are a robust harvest of books. Since the beginning of the year, four books have been published that were authored, edited, and/or translated by Slavic faculty members.
One hundred years ago, the Russian Revolution “shook the world,” in the words of a famous book.