Muskheli wins Society for Slovene Studies prize

Graduate student Veronica Muskheli has won the 2013 Rado L. Lenček Graduate Prize, awarded each year by the Society for Slovene Studies for the year's best research paper authored by a currently enrolled graduate student on a topic in Slovene studies.  Veronica's winning paper is titled "The Alternation of Past and Present Tenses in Slovenian and Russian Wonder Tales and Its Structural Pattern-Forming Role in the Narrative."  As part of the award, Veronica's paper will be published in 2014 in Slovene Studies, the Society's journal.

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