News Archive

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Jerzy Jarniewicz, 2022, photo: Marcin Stępień / Agencja Wyborcza
"Landless No More": Acclaimed Poet Jerzy Jarniewicz, Professor Piotr Florczyk Featured in UW Daily
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Exploring Connections Through Global Literary Studies
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University Book Store Presents José Alaniz with Diana Flores Ruíz
New article from Professor Gordana Crnković: "Tin’s Poem of the Trees: Ancient Future and the Avant-Garde of the Anthropocene"
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Svetlana Ostroverkhova Awarded 2023 Distinguished Thesis Award
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Let There Be Lit!: Roundtable on UW Faculty Current Literature-Related Research
New Release: Polish Literature as World Literature. Edited by Piotr Florczyk and K.A. Wisniewski.
Piotr Florczyk and K.A. Wisniewski's New Release: Polish Literature as World Literature
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Professor José Alaniz Reviews "Accidental Czar: The Life and Lies of Vladimir Putin"
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Global Literary Studies welcomes Piotr Florczyk
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Prominent Editorial Committee Gains Second UW Academic
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Professor José Alaniz Publishes New Book
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Svetlana Ostroverkhova, MA student, publishes essay in NYU Jordan Center blog
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Veronica Muskheli, 2021 PhD Graduate, Presents at Conference in Ljubljana
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Professor Galya Diment Publishes New Book!
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Prof. Galya Diment to give talks on her upcoming book on H.G. Wells
Sasha Senderovich's review of "Lake Success" Gary Shteyngart's new novel
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Slavic Department 50th anniversary
 Alexis McClimans, department undergrad major, published in "the Birch"
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Michael Biggins to deliver keynote address at the annual "Midwest Slavic Conference"
Department Major Jake Hansen published in Slavic Studies journal
 "Katherine Mansfield And Russia" a book edited by Galya Diment is published
Prof. Jose Alaniz and Ph.d. Student Veronica Muskheli team up to translate a Russian Sci-Fi story
Publication of a new book from Slavic faculty member Sasha Senderovich
 Veronica Muskheli announced as the winner of the 2017-18 Graduate School Presidential Dissertation Fellowship
Sweet Lika to be performed June 6 at ACT in Downtown Seattle