Slavic Grad Students Win Dissertation Support

Date

04/14/21

Slavic graduate students LeiAnna Hammel and Daria Semenova are both recipients of competitive support for their dissertation projects. LeiAnna has been named a 2021-22 Program Fellow of the Humanities Research Institute, under the yearly research theme of "Symptoms of Crisis." Her dissertation project is titled “Undisciplined Bodies: Deviant Female Sexuality in Russian and Yiddish Literatures, 1877-1929.” Daria has been awarded an SLCL Dissertation Completion Fellowship for her project, "At Home and Away: Community Belonging in Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian Adventure Fiction, 1918-1960." A hearty congratulations to both and best wishes on these exciting projects!

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