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Michael E. Biggins
Affiliate Professor; Slavic, Baltic, and East European Studies Librarian
Prof. Galya Diment to give talks on her upcoming book on H.G. Wells
(January 22, 2019)
Sasha Senderovich's review of "Lake Success" Gary Shteyngart's new novel
(September 6, 2018)
Alexis McClimans, department undergrad major, published in "the Birch"
(April 11, 2018)
"Ukraine's Quest for Identity" published by Affiliate Professor, Maria G. Rewakowicz,
(October 31, 2017)
Faculty Friday: José Alaniz
(October 20, 2017)
"Katherine Mansfield And Russia" a book edited by Galya Diment is published
(September 18, 2017)
Prof. Jose Alaniz and Ph.d. Student Veronica Muskheli team up to translate a Russian Sci-Fi story
(September 18, 2017)
Publication of a new book from Slavic faculty member Sasha Senderovich
(September 15, 2017)
Gordana P. Crnković:
Literature and Film from East Europe's Forgotten "Second World": Essays of Invitation
. New York, London, Oxford, New Delhi, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021.
Judgment: A Novel
Co-Translated and with critical introduction by Sasha Senderovich
Chan, Roy. Mikhail Kuzmin: Towards a Critical Reevaluation. Honors Thesis, 2002.
Blum, Jared J. Social and Moral Criticism in Russia Under Nicholas I, 1825-1855. Honors Thesis, 2000.
Galya Diment, ed.
Goncharov's "Oblomov": A Critical Companion
. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1998. 200pp.
"Tomaž Šalamun," in
South Slavic Writers Since World War II
. Detroit : Gale Press, 1997 (Dictionary of Literary Biography ; vol. 181): p. 288-294.
Karren, Val M. For the Race of His Fathers: A critical analysis of the writings of Liviu Rebreanu. Honors Thesis, 1997.
"Edvard Kocbek," in
South Slavic Writers Before World War II
. Detroit : Gale Press, 1995. (Dictionary of Literary Biography ; vol. 147): p. 79-86.
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