Name Year Current Position Dissertation Title Advisor
Daria Semenova 2023 Post-doc, Vilnius University, Lithuania. Working in a project titled "The narrative of collective memory and mental maps of national space in Ukrainian literature for children and young adults since 1991" At Home and Away: Community Belonging in Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian Adventure Fiction, 1918-1960 V. Sobol
Serenity Stanton Orengo 2023 Editorial Assistant, Slavic and East European Journal; Slavic Reference Service, University of Illinois Library Transgressive Women and Bad Mothers: Alternatives to Traditional Maternity in The Russian Literary Context V. Sobol
Jasmina Savic 2019

Lecturer in Russian Language and Literature, Dartmouth College

Porno Ludens: Soviet Literary Pornography, 1970s - 1990s L. Kaganovsky
Marina Filipovic 2019

Visiting Lecturer in Russian, Bates College

Technologies of Gender: Soviet Literature and Film in the 1920s and 1930s L. Kaganovsky
Matthew Sutton 2017

Self-Employment Consultant, Portals LLC, Indiana

Old Truths in New Skins: Animal Imagery in the Works of Nikolai Leskov M. Finke
Irina Avkhimovich 2017

Assistant Professor of Russian, U of North Georgia

“The Time of Troubles” and the Dilemma of National Identity in Russian Historical Drama of the 18th and the 19th Centuries V. Sobol
Nadezhda Berkovich 2016

Teaching Assistant Professor, Department of World Languages, Literatures & Cultures, U of Arkansas at Fayetteville

The Emergence of Literary Ethnography in the Russian Empire: From the Far East to the Pale of Settlement, 1845-1917 H. Murav
Jack Hutchens 2016

Adjunct lecturer, Loyola University Chicago and UIUC

Copy editor for The Polish Review and Polish American Studies.

Border Crossings: Transgressions of National and Gender Identities in Twentieth-Century Polish Fiction G. Gasyna
Natalya Khokholova 2015

Associate Professor of Humanities, Yeoju Technical Institute in Tashkent

Imagined Wealth and Real Misfortune in Nineteenth-Century Russian Prose A. Lalo
Anna Arkatova 2015

Assistant Professor, Center for Foreign Languages and Culture, Hong Kong Baptist University, United International College, Zhuhai, China

The Feminine Eros as the Motive Force of Russian History: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Intertextual Dialogue with Marina Tsvetaeva R. Tempest
Oleksandra Wallo 2013

Associate Professor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Kansas

Post-Soviet Women Writers and the National Imaginary, 1989-2009 V. Sobol
Volodymyr Chumachenko 2008

Assistant Professor, University Archives and Special Collections, Kansas State University

Literary Dimensions of National Identity: the Historical Novel of the Late Soviet Period (1960s-1980s) H. Murav
Juliya Dolinnaya 2002

Technician, Selkirk College, Canada

The Dreamworld of Gaito Gazdanov in the Context of European Modernism R. Tempest
Brian E. Felt 2002

Faculty member of Russian, Department of Languages and International Studies, Brigham Young University-Idaho

The Accentuation of Prefixed Nouns in Bulgarian and Russian F. Gladney
Matthew F. Rosenstein 2002

Director, Global Education and Training, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Behind the Curtain: Liudmila Petrushevskaia's Gender and Age Character Types in Late Soviet and Post-Soviet Contexts R. Tempest
Jung Ah Kim 2001   Numerological Code in Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment R. Tempest
Svetlana Kobets 2000

Literature and Humanities Instructor,

Continuing Education, St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto

Genesis and Development of Holy Foolishness as a Textual Topos in Early Russian Literature R. Tempest
Irene Kolchinsky 2000 Editor, ABSEES (American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies) The Second Wave of the Russian Avant-Garde: The Thaw Generation and Beyond R. Tempest
Yevgeny Slivkin 2000

Instructor of Russian, Department of of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Genesis and Variations of the Image of the Medieval Knight in Russian Literature of 19th Century: Breaking the Code of Chivalry R. Tempest
Kirsten M. Rutsala 1999

Collegiate Assistant Professor of Russian, Department of of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Metaparody in Selected Literary Works T. Pachmuss
Christopher K. Cosner 1998

IT Manager, Stanford University Press

The Symbolism of Female Characters in Fedor Sologub's Mythopoetics R. Tempest
Vladimir Dmitriev 1997   The Genre of the Novels of Mark Aldanov: Bildungsroman Historical and Philosophical Novels T. Pachmuss
Lynne Ikach 1997

Professor of Russian, Cornell College

Narrative Persona in Five Autobiographical Works of Viktor B. Shklovsky T. Pachmuss
Trina R. Mamoon 1997

Recently retired from the position of Associate Professor, Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures, University of Alaska-Fairbanks

The Prose of Zinaida Hippius and the Portrayal of Evolution of the New People T. Pachmuss
John S. Meredig 1997

Assistant Professor of German and Russian, University of Evansville

Russian Bird Names: A Linguistics Analysis F. Gladney
Yana Hashamova 1996

Professor and Chair of the Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, Ohio State University;

Editor of Slavic and East European Journal

Intertextuality of Love in Modern Drama (A Study in West European and Russian Drama) T. Pachmuss