Slavic Faculty Win Awards

Date

03/03/20

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." The fellowship enables Fellows to develop research projects related to the broad theme of “The Global and Its Worlds” (visit the IPRH website for the theme description) and to participate in the year’s activities, including the yearlong interdisciplinary Fellows Seminar and other related programming. Congratulations to Prof. Murav!

The American Association for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (AATSEEL) has awarded its 2019 Prize for Best Scholarly Translation to Professor David Cooper  for his book The Queen’s Court and Green Mountain Manuscripts With Other Forgeries of the Czech Revival. Edited and Translated by David L. Cooper (Ann Arbor, MI, Michigan Slavic Publications, 2018). For more on the award, see the AATSEEL website. Congratulations Prof. Cooper!

Related People

hlmurav

dlcoop

Related Topics

Directory

jpintarJudith
Pintar
hlmuravHarriet
Murav
steinbMark
Steinberg
dlcoopDavid
Cooper
mcfinkeMichael
Finke
vsobolValeria
Sobol
dbobysheDmitry
Bobyshev
ggasynaGeorge
Gasyna
gladneyFrank
Gladney
lilyaLilya
Kaganovsky
rtempestRichard
Tempest
sutton3Matthew
Sutton
shtohrynDmytro
Shtohryn
tioninTania
Ionin
lsrokaLenore
Sroka
krombergKristin
Romberg
chung88Stephanie
Chung
mfilip8Marina
Filipovic
lxhamel2Leianna
Hamel
nghoppe2Nadia
Hoppe
klakhm2Katerina
Lakhmitko
pires2Alejandra Isabel
Pires
sacilow2Diana
Sacilowski
jsavic3Jasmina
Savic
slstant2Serenity
Stanton Orengo
ldaviesbLaura
Davies Brenier
roman904Roman
Ivashkiv
olgam2Olga
Makarova
dss2Daria
Semenova
tpdolan2Tyler
Dolan
valleri2Valleri
Robinson
fedjani2Marija
Fedjanina
jdgldsm2Jacob
Goldsmith
dogolt2Demetry
Ogoltsev